2 well behaved dogs welcome. (Small additional charge).
4 Gravel Hill is a rustic style traditional mid terrace Victorian cottage in Burnham Overy Town. It is situated in a peaceful position overlooking the churchyard to the rear and a working farmyard to the front. The cottage is simple but a comfortable base, just a few minutes’ drive to the coast, and Burnham Market. There is a small garden to the front and access to the rear over a pathway. There are two bedrooms, with vintage furniture and new comfortable beds.
Traditional styled sitting room with sofa and chairs, wooden floor and a rug. Open fireplace. Bookshelf and selection of books. WiFi hub. Sideboard, views over the garden towards the farmyard.
With range of fitted cupboards, views over churchyard. Electric cooker, fridge with icebox, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. Tiled floor.
Table and chairs. Wooden floor and wall mirror.
Bath with hand held mixer tap shower. WC and basin.
Stairs to First Floor:
Please note these are steep cottage stairs
Pretty room with king sized bed, vintage style furniture, painted wooden floor, book case and selection of books, bedside tables and lamps. Wardrobe.
Twin room with two full sized twin beds, side table, lamps. Painted wooden floor, views over churchyard.
Garden to the front of the house with hedges and fence to front. Garden furniture. To the rear is a pathway running along the back of the terrace. Parking is off the road just a little way from the house.
Burnham Overy Staithe is home to Overy Staithe Sailing Club. There is a comprehensive chandlery on the quayside. The creek is spectacular in all weathers and the walk along the sea bank to the beach is very special. Overy beach is deserted and wildlife is abundant. Miles of sand backed by high sand dunes make it a desolate but incredible place. In season terns nest here on the beach and are protected by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. The Hero pub and restaurant is a couple of minutes walk from the quayside and provides hearty and wholesome food. The Norfolk Coast path runs through Overy Staithe. The black windmill is a true North Norfolk landmark and dominates the skyline for miles. This is owned by the National Trust.