- Bedrooms: 3
- Sleeps: 6
- Approximate Pricing: £300 - £900 per week
2 to 6 priced accordingly.
Pebble Cottage is a cosy, comfortable cottage ideal for a family holiday but also perfect for a couple with a dog or just for a romantic break. It is in a quiet situation within walking distance of the local shop, butchers and pub. Only 10 minutes drive from the coast.
Pebble cottage has 2 double bedrooms and 1 twin which are all decorated to a high standard. All rooms have plenty of wardrobe space. It has a large family bathroom with power shower and separate bath. There is a wisteria covered outside patio which leads through a stable door to a very well equipped spacious kitchen diner with a dishwasher and microwave. There is a utility room off the kitchen with a fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also plenty of room for coats and boots. It has a very comfortable living room with TV, DVD and electric wood burner. There are plenty of dvd's to watch and books to read and next door is the Lounge. It is double glazed with oil fired central heating and WiFi. A pet is welcome on request and there is stabling with a paddock next to the priory. Friday changeover. A cot and high chair are also available.
Pebble cottage has a beautiful large enclosed garden. There is a summerhouse which is stocked with lots of outdoor games. There is plenty of lawn space for children to play whilst the adults can relax or entertain. It has a decked area with wooden furniture and a barbeque is available. There is a wisteria covered patio outside kitchen with a table and seating. It also has a secure shed if you wanted to bring bicycles and golf clubs and there is plenty of off road parking with room for a boat.
Binham is a small and friendly village surrounded by fields of arable and dairy farming, with many fine flint cottages, houses and farmhouses. It is situated between Wells-next-the-Sea and Holt.
If walking is what you enjoy, there are many footpaths around the village to explore and practically the entire length of the coast line is accessible. There are several bird sanctuaries along the coast and Pensthorpe nature reserve where the BBC filmed Springwatch last year is just down the road. It is also possible to take trips from Blakeney and Morston to sea the seals and birdlife on the coast.
It wouldn't be a trip to North Norfolk without exploring one or all of the great beaches. A few of my favourites being Brancaster, Wells and Holkham. With miles of beautiful sand, whether you are looking to entertain the kids, walk the dogs or just enjoy a romantic stroll you can't leave without feeling the sand between your toes.
There is ample opportunity to sail, and if you wanted to bring your own boat then we would be able to store it in a secure barn on the farm.