Earls Cottage is a charming semi detached cottage set amongst rural countryside of North East Norfolk. It is well situated for exploring the north Norfolk coast and is only a 30 minute drive to Norwich. There is ample room for six with a sofa bed downstairs for two more. There is parking space for up to three cars.
Earls Cottage is an idyllic, peaceful retreat set in stunning North East Norfolk countryside. It has two wood burning stoves, an open plan snug and kitchen and a large south facing garden. It's a great place to base yourself if you want time to explore and relax.
Earls Cottage provides an ideal situation for visiting North East Norfolk being close to the coast (5miles to Cromer) and city of Norwich (18 miles).
The property provides three double bedrooms, a family bathroom and one ensuite. There is a large south facing garden with table and chairs for eating outside.
We will be available when needed but will leave guests to enjoy their time in our home.
The cottage is set amongst beautiful countryside with marked walks close by. It's well positioned for a range of town, city and coastal activities, there are the National Trust stately homes and grounds of Felbrigg and Blickling hall nearby.
We would recommend coming by car to this area. There is a bus stop which is a fifteen minute walk from the house, for services to Norwich (18 miles) or Cromer (5miles). There are train stations in Cromer, Norwich and Sheringham. Norwich city airport is 16 miles away.
The out buildings are not accessible to guests.
The whole house, parking to the side and front of the house and the garden.
As often as required.
We have two dogs who sometimes stay at the house with us when the house isn't booked out. If anyone has an allergy to dogs this could pose a potential problem for them.
There's no smoking inside the house. Sorry no pets. Please treat our home with respect and tidy up after yourselves.
We love where we live and hope you enjoy your stay in our beautiful home. Our favourite things to do are taking the dogs for walks in the local countryside or along the coast. When we have spare time we go to Morston and take the dogs over to Blakeney point on our boat and cook up our dinner in this unique and stunning landscape.