A beautiful, sweet flint fronted detached bungalow set in glorious private gardens, within easy walking distance of two popular coastal villages, the North Norfolk coastal path and an award-winning gastro pub. And it's dog friendly too. Tick, tick, tick!
As soon as you walk into the front door of Waterside you will realise you have made the perfect choice for your holiday. The bungalow is all on one level (although there are steps within the garden) and evokes the feeling of your very own private, welcoming and peaceful, luxurious country house hotel. Decorated and furnished in a relaxing and sophisticated, low key style, the sociable living areas are spacious, and the four inviting bedrooms (one king, two super-king/twin and a twin) all come dressed in top quality bed linen and have seriously comfortable mattresses. The sitting room is a lovely light-filled room with windows to two sides, french doors to the front garden and a wood burning stove to light on chillier days. The open-plan L-shaped dining kitchen has a very well-equipped kitchen at one end, with full length windows and door leading out to the patio and garden, and dining area at the other where windows also overlook the rear garden. Half way between the two is a separate utility room with a further door to the patio. Waterside is enclosed by an east-west facing garden. The rear garden is where you will want to spend most of your time. Here you can enjoy an outdoor lunch sat on the large curved patio overlooking the spacious lawned area below.
Wiveton is a pretty hamlet of detached houses and cottages, just a mile south of the main coastal road that runs between Blakeney and Cley-next-the-Sea - both of which are within reasonable walking distance of Waterside. In Cley you will find tea rooms, a couple of galleries, Cley Windmill, where you can have a fabulous meal overlooking the marshes, and there's a super delicatessen to tempt your taste buds, which also sells fruit and veg. Blakeney, the bigger village of the two, has shops, galleries, pubs and The Blakeney Hotel (a must for afternoon tea), a small supermarket and a petrol station. In between the two is Wiveton Hall Cafe, which has made a name for itself on the recent BBC series Normal for Norfolk. So much so, it's now essential to book ahead in the height of summer! The Coasthopper bus services runs regularly along the coast road throughout the year and is a great way of visiting all the other coastal villages without the need to use your car.
Two well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge).
A beautiful, sweet flint fronted detached bungalow, set in glorious private gardens, within easy walking distance of two popular coastal villages, the North Norfolk coastal path and an award-winning gastro pub. And it's dog friendly too. Tick, tick, t