- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Approximate Pricing: £405 - £625 per week
1 ensuite king
Satara is a newly built luxurious flint cottage located in a secluded section of the main Jericho House property. It is an ideal location - only a couple of minutes walk to the central part of the village and 10mins walk to the beach. Satara is a large one bedroom cottage, with a private patio & garden, situated under some beautiful horse chestnut & beech trees. It is spacious, modern yet cosy, light and well appointed with new fixtures & fittings. There is also under floor heating throughout the cottage
Comes with a king size bed, a wardrobe & a chest of drawers.
Fully tiled with full length bath and a large drench shower.
Open plan kitchen and sitting room:
The kitchen comes with a beautiful granite worktop, a slim line dishwasher, a washing machine, an induction cooker, a microwave, a toaster, kettle, and fridge/freezer.
The sitting room boasts a large flat screen TV with Free Sat, a DVD player, a wall mounted electric fire, comfortable leather sofas with a pouffe, and dining room table/chairs for 4.
Please note that this is strictly a non-smoking cottage. Provision is made for guests on the outside patio. Sorry – no pets allowed!.
There is Wifi - free of charge.
There is free off road, private parking specifically for Satara Cottage.
Garden & patio:
Secluded garden & patio which comes with a table, parasol and 4 chairs. There are also 2 sun-loungers!
Weybourne is a pretty coastal village located on the North Norfolk coast. Not only is the village a part of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a designated conservation area, but it boasts the ruins of an Augustinian priory stand 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. Weybourne is a haven for walkers, birdwatchers and fishermen alike, and it is well located for days out in the area. The population of Weybourne is less than 600 and comprises largely of local residents, although it is very popular with holiday makers during the summer season.
The village itself boasts a well stocked village store/delicatessen, a newly renovated & popular pub, a military museum and a church..
Brand new cottage! Short breaks available throughout the year.
Ask the owner, Felicity Joll a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.