- Bedrooms: 3
- Sleeps: 6
- Approximate Pricing: £565 - £1100 per week
1 king + 1 double bedroom + 1 bunk bedroom.
ABOUT IVY FARM COTTAGE
Ivy Farm Cottage is a 250 year old traditional flint walled house in a conservation area ideally located in the centre of Mundesley village, next door to the post office and within walking distance to all the village shops and pubs. Decorated & furnished to a high standard, the house is ideal for one or two couples and children. It has a completely enclosed walled cottage garden that backs onto Gold Park and is 2 minutes walk to the lovely Blue Flag beach. Often deserted even in high season, the beach is extremely clean and has a permanent lifeguard patrol in the season which makes it perfect for children. The house uses 'deep green' electricity which is 100% renewable. It also has WiFi broadband.
We try to ensure there are basic items such as tea, coffee, sugar, salt & pepper plus soap and toilet paper in the house for you when you arrive.
The house is approached through a gate and path bordering a pretty garden.
Entrance hall with traditional wooden settle, through to kitchen.
Fully fitted oak and granite kitchen with gas hob and electric oven, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, Nespresso coffee maker and all equipment & utensils. Door and window out to garden.
There is a walk in pantry fully stocked with crockery and kitchen implements. An iron, ironing board and vacuum cleaner are also stored there.
Dining Room: Large pine dining table & chairs seats 6 people, antique chair, sideboard, CD Player. Door and window out to garden.
Lounge: Traditional cottage-style furniture, 2 comfortable sofas, armchair, coffee table, writing desk with chair, colour TV, video, Sony Playstation 2 which also doubles as DVD player, iPod speaker docking system, CD/minidisc player, books magazines and games. Window out to garden.
Stripped wood stairs up to first floor:
Past airing cupboard to Bathroom: With wooden floor, freestanding roll top bath with shower attachment, WC & wash basin, large chandelier over bath, full size mirror on open brick wall. Sash windows over garden.
Along landing to Bedroom 1: Wooden floor, extra large king-size bed, bedside tables and lamps, original built-in wardrobe, chair, chest of drawers & mirror. Large sash window over garden.
Along landing to Bedroom 2: Wooden floor, brass bed, bedside table and lamp, dressing table & mirror, original built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers and 2 chairs. Large sash window over garden. On a clear day it possible to see the sea from this room!
Bedroom 3: Next to bedroom 2 is a third bedroom with a bunk bed sleeps 2, bookshelve and lamps. Sash window over front garden.
Included in price: Electricity and gas. Please feel free to use all books, magazines, games, radios and local information sheets in the house as well as all the extras such as bucket and spade, fishing net, umbrellas etc.
Linen: Bed linen is provided, it is Fairtrade cotton and wherever possible organic. Beds have a duvet, mattress protector and 4 duck down and feather pillows each. We also provide a tea towel and hand towel in the kitchen.
Towels: Please note that bath (pound;1.50) and hand towels (pound;0.75) are also available.
Pets: No pets.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ONLY ACCEPT FULL WEEK RENTALS.
Garden: The garden is completely enclosed, and walled on two sides. It is laid out with four beds and lawn in the middle. From mid-May to early Autumn there is a constant display of flowers in bloom. In one corner is a teak table and four chairs ideal for drinks and dining outside. There is also a Weber barbeque which guests are welcome to use.
The house is ideally located next door to the post office and within walking distance of all the village stores and pubs. Adjoining Gold Park at the rear of the house, it is 2 minutes walk to the beautiful award winning 'Blue Flag' beach which is often deserted even in high season. The beach is extremely clean and well looked after, and with it's permanent lifeguard patrol in the season it is ideal for children.
Ask the owner, Clive Jones a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.