A beautiful characterful holiday property with private annexe located; close to the heart of the village of Brancaster within easy walking distance of the beach.
The Little House is a delightfully deceptive property, offering laid-back relaxed accommodation for six guests over two floors in the main house, with the added luxury of an en-suite annexe for two further guests within its grounds, making it ideal for multi-generational families wanting a degree of privacy.
With a large open plan kitchen, dining and living area and bi-fold doors opening up onto the pretty east-facing garden, there is plenty of space to relax inside and out.
The kitchen comes with an Everhot oven complete with electric hob, hotplate and three integrated ovens. Plate warmer, dishwasher, large fridge freezer, wine fridge, Belfast sink, coffee machine and underfloor heating.
The connecting living area is roomy and good sized, a dual aspect room with ample seating, open fire and large flat screen TV with Sky.
The fully-enclosed rear garden is east-facing and features a paved patio area with table and chairs, a gas barbecue and a lawn area. With parking for two cars behind wrought iron gates, you can be sure that your little ones and four-legged friends are safe at all times too.
From The Little House you can enjoy some spectacular scenic countryside and coastal walks, making it perfect for a short break with friends and family or longer stay. Brancaster and the neighbouring village of Brancaster Staithe is in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
We all thoroughly enjoyed our stay at The Little House. The house feels like home very quickly, cosy, comfy, and welcoming. We appreciated the space and facilities to enjoy our Christmas stay. Enjoyed the atmosphere, with an open fire and the views from the dining room.
Reviewed by Mr Thompson
Lovely family home in a beautiful location. Pub around the corner, what more could you want. Thank you for letting us stay.
Reviewed by Jenna Barker
With its big skies, wide sandy beaches, spectacular sunsets, salty sea air and wildlife, this is a beautiful part of the world.
At the beach you’ll find plenty of facilities to buy refreshments, food and ice-creams or simply walk the coastal path or up to Barrow Common and you will be rewarded with breath-taking panoramic views across tidal marshes.
If you’re lucky and walk left along the village beach, you may also see the seals frolicking in the lagoon between Brancaster and Titchwell, which is also home to the RSPB nature reserve. Brancaster boasts a fabulous gastro pub/restaurant, The Ship, which sits opposite the church at the crossroads.
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