- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- Approximate Pricing: £330 - £595 per week
1 double bedroom + 1 twin room + cot available.
A 250 year old brick & flint comfy retreat, with everything for a perfect holiday or weekend break.
A cosy living room with a feature fireplace & wood burner, comfortable furniture, TV, DVD and WiFi
The cottage has beautiful views over the Stiffkey river valley and charming cottage gardens. The cottage has a wonderful atmosphere and is warm and comfortable. Selection of books, games and music. All this is perfect for quiet reflection to enjoy a relaxing break.
The cottage has low ceilings so you are advised to take care.
The kitchen has fully fitted hand made kitchen units. New equipment including dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, all crockery and utensils are provided.
Upstairs there are two light bedrooms with luxurious bedding including white linens, goosedown duvets, pillows and towels. One bedroom has a double bed and a lovely view of the adjacent fields to wake up to. The other has two single beds suitable for adults or children. A travel cot is available for those with younger children.
There is an efficient shower in the bathroom and fresh towels provided for your comfort.
A well-behaved dog is welcome at the cottage, at an additional cost.
Smoking is not permitted in the cottage.
.. March '07 What a delightful cottage, loved the atmosphere, the peace and quiet and the lovely wood burner.
.. May '07 The cottage is delightful and so are the gardens
.. June '07 You really have thought of everything - all the little touches which mean so much the fluffy towels and the snuggly duvets
.. July '07 cottage, weather, beaches all wonderful.
November '07 A wonderful place to escape the strains of city living
.. Feb '08 Warm, cosy cottage - a quiet retreat and the perfect home from home and what inspirational gardens.
There is car parking for one car.
There is a rear enclosed garden for al fresco dining. The garden is mostly grassed, is sheltered and sunny making it ideal for relaxation or for children to play in. It is enclosed with a gate.
The garden is accessed via a shared rear courtyard.
Muckledyke is located on the outskirts of this riverside village close to the salt marshes, where there is an abundance of sea and wetland bird and wildlife.
Stiffkey is on the Norfolk Coastal Path with superb walks westward to Wells-next-the-Sea and its fabulous sandy beach, beach huts, gift shops and all local amenities.
Stiffkey has a pub serving good locally sourced food and beer. Stiffkey also has a post office and a delightful food, coffee and gift shop.
Eastward is Morston, where open boats take visitors to see the grey and common seals that live year round on Blakeney Point.
A 250 year old brick & flint comfy retreat, with everything for a perfect holiday or weekend break. .
Ask the owner, Mrs. Fiona Riley a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.