Sorry, no pets allowed.
House Martins Cottage is set back from the road in the heart of the very popular village of Thornham. It is a traditional cottage providing cosy accommodation for two people. The open plan living space boasts an open fire and large corner sofa with a good sized kitchen to the rear of the room. Upstairs there is a bedroom with a double bed and a contemporary bathroom. The cottage now benefits from fibre optic broadband and is within a minute's walk of The Orange Tree gastro pub and the The Coach House restaurant.
Open Plan Living Area
On entering the cottage you will find a good sized single room with a large corner sofa segmenting the sitting area and the kitchen to the rear of the room. There is a flat screen TV, Radio and CD player and charming Victorian fireplace with an open fire and a window to the front of the property. ( Please note the chimney is currently under repair so the fire can not be used. Extra radiators are in place)
The modern fitted kitchen comprises plenty of cupboard space, an integral ceramic hob with extractor hood over, integral oven and grill, microwave, under counter fridge, kettle & toaster.
There is a small dining area with two bar stool chairs.
Door leading to steep Norfolk Winder stairs
A charming room with window to front of the property with a feature Victorian fireplace and exposed brick wall to one side. There is a double bed with a chest of drawers with bedside lamp, wardrobe, second chest of drawers with freestanding mirror on top.
Contemporary tiled bathroom with wooden floor; comprising bath with hand held shower attachment, WC and wash hand basin.
There is a lawned garden to the front of the property with a willow tree screening the garden from the road. A table and chairs and garden loungers are provided. Parking is either opposite on the side street next to the Church or on the grass verge next to the road leading up from the village sign. Both options are within 1 minutes walk.
Thornham is an old smuggling village right on the North Norfolk Coast. Wide expanses of salt marsh separate the village from the sea and it is a paradise for walkers and bird watchers. There are several great places to eat including The Village Deli,selling all manner of local produce and great coffee, The Lifeboat Inn, an old smuggling haunt complete with heavy beams and roaring fires, The Orange Tree a gastro pub and The Coach House selling pizza and pasta. The beach, reached by a walk over the sea defence over the salt marshes, is stunning and you will be rewarded by peace and quiet!