White House is a Holiday Cottage in Wiveton

Sleeping Arrangements

Sleeps 6 in 2 kingsize and 1 double

Inside the cottage

White House in Norfolk (photo 2) White House is a delightful detached brick and flint cottage dating back to the 1700s, with a lovely garden. The welcoming kitchen has a large bay window with a round table and chairs, overlooking the garden. It is well equipped with cooker, microwave and dishwasher. As well as oil-fired central heating, there is a traditional Rayburn stove to heat the water, which keeps the kitchen warm on chilly days. There is a dining room at the centre of the house, with a large bookcase full of books and local information, a cosy study with more books and a radio/CD player, and a sitting room with TV and wood- burning stove. The large, light conservatory is spacious and tranquil. There is a downstairs toilet and shower room. Upstairs are two peaceful bedrooms with kingsized beds, and a bathroom equipped with toilet, handbasin, bath and electric shower. The third bedroom is in the garden room a few metres from the main house. It is a very large, light room with French windows opening onto the garden, a high ceiling, double bed, sofa and chairs. The ensuite bathroom has handbasin, toilet and shower, and a washing machine and tumble drier are tucked neatly away behind a cupboard door.

Outside and garden

The secluded and sheltered cottage garden is planted with traditional flowers and shrubs and abundant roses, with an outlook across the fields to Blakeney church. The gravel driveway provides parking for two cars.

Surrounding area

A comfortable, peaceful retreat close to the sea, yet away from the busy coast road, White House is situated on a quiet lane in the tranquil village of Wiveton. The award-winning Wiveton Bell, a few minutes walk away, is one of the best pubs in the area. Wiveton Hall Cafe, another gastronomic highlight of North Norfolk, hosts BBQ and tapas nights throughout the summer. The cottage is a short distance from the shops, cafes and pubs of Blakeney and Cley-next-the-Sea, and the lovely Georgian market town of Holt is nearby. Wiveton is a perfect starting point for walks across the marshes to Blakeney, Cley beach and Salthouse, or over Wiveton Down, a site of special scientific interest and nature reserve. It is an ideal base for bird-watchers, with the RSPB reserves at Cley and Titchwell within easy reach.

This holiday cottage has its own website: https://www.norfolkcottages.co.uk/north-norfolk-coast-cottages/wiveton/2041-white-house
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White House in Wiveton

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Approximate Pricing: £645 - £1150 per week

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