White Cottage, Happisburgh
"Wow what a fabulous cottage, it has everything. Our two dogs loved it and so did we. Once again, lovely meals at 'The Star' and tried 'The Poachers Pocket' too. Can recommend the beach at Sea Palling. Walked along the beach to Eccles and up to Lessingham, great not having to rely on the car."
Marie, Alison, Bertie and Lily
"Your cottage is perfect. Beautifully equipped, cosy with lots of lovely and thoughtful 'bits and bobs' to make it homely and welcoming. Large lounge, wonderful wood burner and lots of comfy seats. Big garden - so safe for all the dogs. Brilliant raised dog beds and throws. Thank you for the care you have taken to make us feel at home. LOVED IT!!"
White Cottage is a 200 year old, sympathetically renovated cottage in the village of Happisburgh with views across fields to the iconic red
When you arrive: Parking is off road in a fenced and gated area at the front of the house. From here, access to the secure garden and the house is through the high, solid and lockable gate at the side of the house. Entrance to the house is through the large, heated conservatory, one of two, with a tiled floor, 3 seater sofa and plenty of hanging space for your coats and dog leads. Just off this is....
Downstairs shower room and separate toilet.
Entrance into the main part of the house is through the original old pine door with stained glass panels.
Kitchen Diner: Old tiles on the floor and beams in the ceiling with a feature fireplace give this room a really comfortable feel and reflect the age of the cottage. Pine table and chairs at one end and shaker style kitchen at the other end. Range cooker, dishwasher, microwave and plenty of cupboards, well equipped with crockery, cutlery and cooking equipment. The ulitity room just off this has a fridge/freezer, washing machine and lots of hooks and storage space. The original pine door leads into the.....
Living room: Lovely big room with polished floorboards, beams and wood burner in feature fireplace. Two big comfy leather sofas and a big leather armchair are perfect for relaxing in front of the flat screen tv with surround sound and dvd player or just watching the fire blaze. Some beautiful pictures and ornaments make this room really special and the window seats show just how thick the walls of this lovely old house are.
Snug: More pine flooring in this cosy little room with a comfy sofa, rug, book shelves and a printer's tray mounted on the wall; guests are invited to add their little beach combing finds to this tray for others to enjoy. Just through the double doors is the...
Bedroom 1: Superking size bed with bedside tables, chair and built in wardrobe and shelves behind tasteful Shaker style doors.
Bedroom 2: Twin Shaker style trundle beds (can be single or twins), small antique wardrobe, hanging hooks and shelf. Unusual landscape window gives a view across the fields to the lighthouse.
Bedroom 3: Double bed, antique wood with slatted head and foot board with carved decorative detail. Lovely oak wardrobe, chest of drawers and chair.
Bathroom: Large shower cubicle (new for December 2017) with drench shower head, separate bath, toilet and sink. Views over the garden and to the lighthouse beyond.
Outside: Fully dog proof large, grass garden with shrubs. The majority of the fencing (and gate) is solid panel and approx 6ft high The hedged area is backed up by small mesh stock fencing (we consider that a Chihuahua puppy or dog of similar size might be able to squeeze through here at a push) . There is a warm tap/hose in the garden, for you to wash your dogs.
There is a wood store and a large wooden shed fitted out with lighting, carpet and electricity as a games room (darts, table tennis and table football)
There is also a table, 2 benches and chairs and plenty of areas of the garden to sit in.
What we provide
How to find us: Post code: Whimpwell Street, Happisburgh NR12 0QD
Or - From the A149 Stalham by pass take the turning just north of Stalham signposted to Bacton, Walcott and Gas Terminal. Turn left at the end of this road (Stepping Stone Lane). Keep going on this road, the B1159, past East Ruston church on your right and a wind turbine on your left, for approximatey 4 miles until you reach the crossroads, Ridlington to your left and Happisburgh to your right. Go about a mile until you come into the village. Stay on the road past the fish shop, and then the school and small shop on the right and keep going through the village until you reach a small staggered crossroads. A little further on from this, White Cottage is on your left, right on the road with the gated and fenced parking area. There is an area you can pull in off the road before opening the gate.