- Bedrooms: 4
- Sleeps: 8
- Approximate Pricing: £900 - £1950 per week
1 King, 2 Superking/twin and 1 bunk
Mallards is a beautifully presented detached house which has been professionally styled and furnished to provide a luxurious holiday home. It has a stunning kitchen with an Aga which is open to the sociable living area with relaxed TV area and spacious dining area overlooking the courtyard garden. Downstairs there is also an impressive garden room providing a lovely separate sitting room, plus the advantage of a ground floor bedroom with Kingsize bed and a shower room. Upstairs has a master bedroom with ensuite which can be set up as either a super-king or a twin, There is a second bedroom, which can also be a super-king or twin, a bunk room suitable for children and main bathroom, making this house perfect for groups of family and friends. It is ideally situated in Burnham Market's highly sought after quiet Herrings Lane, only a stone's throw from the village green and the great selection of independent shops, boutiques, art galleries and the renowned Hoste hotel.
This property is also available as a "sleeps 4" or "sleeps 6" at a reduced rate
Changeover day for this property is Friday.
There is a small, enclosed courtyard garden with charcoal barbecue and outdoor seating for 8 people. Off street parking is available for 3 cars at the front of the building.
Burnham Market is a delightful Georgian village which is situated a stones throw away from the glorious North Norfolk coastline and is the largest of the seven Burnham villages. At its centre is a large village green surrounded by striking Queen Anne and Georgian buildings, with two churches that lie at each end of its broad main street.
Unlike many other English towns which are dominated by multiples, Burnham Market has a traditional post office, butcher, hardware shop, fish shop and chemist for all the necessities of everyday life, but there are also over 30 highly original independent and specialist shops, selling a wide range of exciting deli products, vibrant and stylish accessories for home and garden, smart clothes shops, and books old and new. There are some great places to eat, including the renowned Hoste Arms which is a 17th Century old coaching house, the stylish new No Twenty 9 bar and restaurant, the highly rated North Street Bistro and newly opened Socius in Foundry Field. As a result Burnham Market attracts many celebrities and cosmopolitan visitors, getting very crowded in the holiday periods, earning the nickname Chelsea-on-Sea. There is an annual August craft fair and in November the picturesque Christmas lights are turned on, making the village the perfect place to visit for Christmas shopping.