- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 3
- Approximate Pricing: £395 - £695 per week
Sleeps 3 people in 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 single
From June through August we offer
3 night Weekend Breaks (F - M) at £345
4 night Midweek Breaks (M - F) at £345
7 night Holidays at £695
From September through May we offer
4 night Midweek Breaks (M - F) at £295
Changeovers on Fridays or Mondays
Fully central-heated + log burner stove in lounge
The bright, cheery, kitchen is equipped with electric cooker and hob, microwave, fridge with icebox, washing machine, toaster, kettle, plus table and chairs.
Return from your daily excursions and flop in to one of the two sofas and put your feet up in front of the wood-burner. Watch the flat screen TV offering free-to-air digital channels, or listen to your music of choice via the high quality iPhone/iPod speaker dock (also accepts other devices via 3.5mm phono input). We provide free WiFi plus shelves stuffed with books for all ages and tastes and a few traditional board games.
Atop the winding stairs you'll find a stylish shower room with excellent shower, vanity sink and wc. There are two character bedrooms; one bright and airy double with a vaulted ceiling and feature fireplace, the other a cute, snuggly single with antique iron bed. Both beds have high quality, full depth mattresses to ensure a great night's rest.
Guest to bring towels, duvet covers, pillow cases and base sheets. The duvets and pillows themselves are provided. We provide both a feather/down duvet and a synthetic fill one for those with sensitivities/allergies.
Outside there's a south-facing courtyard with table and chairs. Ideal for sunny breakfasts or pre-dinner drinks.
No Smoking within the cottage.
Little Rosa is located in a delightful fisherman's lane that provides quiet retreat from the fizz of the historic quayside and quaint town centre that are just a 5 minute stroll away. In town you'll find essentials such as a supermarket, chemist, butcher, baker, a bank with cashpoint, etc, along with a rich collection of curiosity shops to browse for holiday treats. From the Buttlands to the Quay you'll find a fine and varied selection of pubs, cafes and restaurants including 'the boat'. The deck of the Albatross is a delightful spot to watch the sun set with a pint of from-the-barrel local ale and plate of Dutch pancakes.
Then there's the Wells/Holkham beach! Go and be stunned by the vast and spectacular skies, sea and sand. March out to the water's edge then turn to take in the beautiful natural backdrop of dunes, woodlands and the multi-coloured ribbon of beach huts. This beach is the hidden gem of the British coastline.
A popular mission is to walk the Wells-Holkham circuit; enjoy the wildlife walking the glorious woodland footpaths then kick off your shoes and return paddling the water's edge.
The unspoiled coastal scenery of Wells and its North Norfolk neighbours are a haven for walkers, cyclists, bird/wildlife enthusiasts, photographers, sailors and anglers. Take seal-watching boat trips and ride vintage trains or explore on hired cycles. Visit historical buildings and grand estates such as Holkham Hall (walkable from the cottage), Royal Sandringham and many others in the area.
Ask the owner, Dawn a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.