Kittiwake Cottage In Brancaster

Brancaster , Norfolk, Seaside village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Gravelled driveway with parking for up to 2 cars, with further parking nearby. Secure, private, west facing rear garden with lawn and shrub borders, overlooking paddocks. Garden furniture and BBQ provided.

Downstairs Description

The spacious, bright, centrally heated, family friendly accommodation comprises; entrance hall leading to large, sunny open plan living; fitted kitchen with island unit and good range of units all with wooden worktops, butlers sink, range cooker, dishwasher and washing machine; dining area with dining table seating 6; living area with wood burning stove, flat screen TV with Sky, Broadband, DVD player, CD player and comfortable seating, games and books. Triple doors lead out to the west facing terrace and garden.

Off the hall is a double bedroom with king size bed, fitted wardrobe and dressing table. Separate, tiled walk in shower with basin, heated towel rail and WC.

First Floor Description

From the hall stairs lead to the spacious landing; master bedroom with king size zip and link bed (can be double or twin), fitted wardrobe, dressing table and storage. En suite shower room with basin, WC and heated towel rail. Second double bedroom with king sized bed, fitted wardrobe, dressing table. En suite bathroom with bath, basin, shower and heated towel rail.

Gravelled driveway with parking for up to 2 cars, with further parking nearby. Secure, private, west facing rear garden with lawn and shrub borders, overlooking paddocks. Garden furniture and BBQ provided.

Child Friendly: Secure garden, lovely beach, cot, highcahir, stairgate
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:
  • Ship Inn,: One of the “Flying Kiwi” Inns and its restaurant specialises in preparing fresh, locally caught seafood to the highest standard by highly experienced, award winning chefs as well as meat and vegetarian dishes from local produce. In nearby Brancaster Staithe the well known eateries Visit website
  • The White Horse: Which offers a extensive restaurant menu celebrates the best of fresh local produce. Depending on the season, mussels, crab, lobster, oysters, shrimp, sea bass, mackerel and sea trout are in abundance. Visit website
  • Jolly Sailors: Who offer great home cooked pub food, local seafood and Stone baked pizza - eat in or takeaway. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Local Food Store: In Burnham Deepdale 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