"We've had a lovely week in your gorgeous cottage - very relaxing with plenty of walks from the door, in fact the dogs probably need a rest now! would love to return."
(Gallery pictures of the property are here)
Mid Thatch started taking bookings earlier in 2016 after some intensive work installing underfloor heating, exposing the beautiful brick inglenook fireplace, and adding a new wood burning stove and a new craftsman made oak staircase. Its location on Chapel Road in Sea Palling means that the beach is a very short and easy walk away, either down the Beach Road or across the field at the back and onto the dunes further north of the main access ramp. For a small village, Sea Palling has a lot to offer with a dog friendly pub, shop/post office, dog friendly cafe open 364 days a year, a small amusement arcade and fish and chip cafe and fresh fish stall too. Sea Palling has Blue Flag status granted to it by the Keep Britain Tidy campaign for 2014/15 and again for 2015/2016. Quite an achievement for such a small place. Read about it here.
When you arrive:
Step into the living room through the blue painted timber stable door (lovely to open the top half to let the sun in). Solid floor with underfloor heating and sheepskin rugs - wonderful for dogs and humans alike - and a huge feature inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and original brickwork exposed - a wonderful feature for the room. There is a large coffee table now in front of the fire and the sofas. At the other end of the room is an exposed brick feature wall and you can relax on the Sofa Workshop sofa and chairs. There is also a tv, dvd player, dining table and chairs and the room also is enhanced by exposed ceiling beams and large window out onto the front yard.
Through to the....
Back into the Living Room to the feature custom made oak wooden stairs....narrow and rather steep but solid and plenty to hold onto.
Bedroom 1 (3.6m x 2.6m)
Bedroom 2 (3.6m x 2.6m)
What we provide
How to find us: 2 The Hollies, Chapel Road Sea Palling NR12 0UQ.
Or - From A149 at Stalham, take the turning onto "Old Market Road" signposted towards Ingham, Lessingham and Sea Palling and follow the signs to Sea Palling. Turn left onto Beach Road in the centre of the village. Almost immediately take the next left, Chapel Road. It's a narrow, winding road so care will be needed. A short distance down here you will come across a row of thatched cottages and Mid Thatch is, oddly enough, the middle one!