- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- Approximate Pricing: £295 - £595 per week
1 double and 1 small double
Groom's Cottage is a delightful brick and flint cottage. Dating back to 1892, the property has been recently renovated to a very high standard and offers superb self-catering accommodation for up to four people. Ideally located in the centre of Weybourne, the village store and pub are only a couple of minutes walk and the beach and North Norfolk Coast path are about 10 minutes walk. It is a light and modern yet cosy cottage and is well appointed with new fixtures and fittings and under floor heating throughout downstairs. The accommodation is arranged on two floors. Downstairs, there is an open plan living and kitchen area, bathroom and hallway. Upstairs there are two bedrooms.
Bedroom one: A bright sunny room with double bed and large wardrobe.
Bedroom two: A cosy room with a small double bed and a built in wardrobe.
Bathroom: Fully tiled with under floor heating and a heated towel rail. There is a full length bath and rainfall shower.
Open plan kitchen and living area: The newly fitted integrated kitchen is well equipped with an electric fan oven and hob, fridge with freezer box, dishwasher, kettle and toaster.
The cosy sitting area has comfortable seating and soft furnishings and a dining table and chairs for four people. There is a wall mounted flat screen TV with Free Sat and a built in DVD player. Plus a selection of books and DVDs.
Please note that this is a strictly no smoking cottage. Sorry no pets allowed.
There is WiFi free of charge.
Garden: There is an enclosed garden with table and four chairs.
Parking: There is a designated off road parking space for one car.
Weybourne is a pretty coastal village located on the North Norfolk coast. It is well located for days out in the area and is a haven for walkers, birdwatchers and fishermen alike. Not only is the village a part of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a designated conservation area, it also has the ruins of an Augustinian priory standing in the grounds of the 15th century church. The beach consists of pebbles and marks the start of the cliff section of the Norfolk coast.
The village itself has an excellent well stocked village store/delicatessen, a popular pub that serves good food, a military museum and a church.