2 Dix Cottages

Thornham , Norfolk, Seaside village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 13:00

Outside Description

Outside large, sunny walled garden facing west, laid to lawn with fruit trees and shrub borders. terrace with table and garden seating. Parking for 2 cars

Downstairs Description

The beautifully presented, luxury, centrally heated accommodation comprises; spacious entrance hall with tiled floor; door to utility room with shower, WC, basin, washing machine and dryer.

Off the hall is the “snug” with woodburning stove, french door to the garden, twin sofas and coffee table.

Door from the hall leading to large open plan living area with twin sofas, woodburning stove.

Kitchen area with painted units and wooden worktops, tiled floor and range cooker and Panasonic audio system; double French doors lead to the terrace.

First Floor Description

Upstairs from the open plan living area stairs to first floor; spacious landing with the bedrooms leading off;

Luxurious master bedroom with double aspect views over the garden with double bed, door to en suite shower room with tiled floor and views over the garden; en suite shower room with tiled floor.

Double bedroom with zip and link bed (can be a twin or double), fitted wardrobe, dressing table and bedside furniture; separate family bathroom with tiled floor, twin sinks, touch operated mirror, roll top bath with hand held shower, heated towel rail and WC.

Child Friendly
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway
Tourist Attractions:
  • Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve.: Thousands of migrating birds pass through Titchwell in spring and autumn, and many spend winter here, giving you an unrivalled opportunity to see many species of ducks, waders, seabirds and geese. Visit website
  • Norfolk Lavender Limited : And see many varieties of lavender and a large miscellany of herbs. Hear about the harvest and the ancient process of lavender distillation. Visit website
  • Snettisham Park: Offers archaeological and discovery trails, a sheep centre, a gigantic adventure play area, an indoor animal barn with lambs, calves, piglets, chickens and a pets area and an information room. Visit website
  • Bircham Windmill: Has been fully restored. Visitors can climb to the very top and see all the machinery in the Windmill Museum. Adjoining the mill is the original bakery which we still use today. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Orange Tree Pub : The cottage is immediately over the road from the famous Orange Tree Pub a contemporary dining pub and family owned business, which strive hard, day and night, to serve award-winning food, from top quality local produce in a laid back, ‘unstuffy’ environment. Visit website
  • Old Coach House.: Catering for everyone and have recently extended their menu with the introduction of scrumptious home made pies, as well as our traditional pizzas and more tasty pasta dishes. The restaurant and bar are wonderfully decorated using a variety of interesting colours and finishes, creating a refreshing style and cosy atmosphere. Visit website
  • Lifeboat Inn: Marco Pierre White’s Lifeboat Inn and enjoy a delicious meal from our extensive menu which is served throughout, in the traditional history soaked bar, spacious and bright conservatory or elegant, recently renovated restaurant. All our food is locally sourced whenever possible. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Local Food Store: In Thornham Visit website
  • Sainsburys : In Hunstanton and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Royal West Norfolk Golf Club: At Brancaster which is an outstanding links course set on the North Norfolk coast. Visitors are welcome, although numbers are strictly limited. This, together with the fact that only two-balls are allowed, keeps the speed of play up, with most rounds being completed in three hours. Visit website
  • Brancaster Millennium Activity Centre : An activity centre offering residential and day courses for adults and children. The site of the Roman fort of Branodunum and Scolt Head Island. Visitors can experience and enjoy outdoor adventures, including sailing, kayaking, team-building, orienteering and more, while developing a better understanding of sustainable living. Visit website