2 well behaved dogs welcome. (Small additional charge).
Teal Cottage is a traditional brick and flint Norfolk Cottage in the popular pretty harbour village of Burnham Overy Staithe. Charming and simply furnished, with a lovely south facing garden, open fires and a super location just 250 yards from the quay, Teal Cottage is the perfect hideaway retreat for a relaxing break on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.
Equipped with washing machine, sink and drying area.
Traditional bathroom with white suite incl. bath with shower over, pedestal sink and w/c.
2nd w/c. Door giving access to rear garden.
Fitted kitchen with electric cooker, 2 ovens & grill, microwave, refrigerator. Window overlooking rear garden.
Lovely family area with open fire, table & chairs, 2 armchairs & door giving access to rear garden.
Cosy and comfortable with settee and armchairs, open fire, TV with freeview box, DVD player & telephone accepting incoming calls only.
Traditional Norfolk winder staircase gives access to first floor. (Not suitable for the less able).
Lovely light & airy room with king sized double bed, side tables and lamps, built in wardrobe/hanging space. Views to the front and over rear garden.
Spacious twin bedded room with bedside table & lamps. Built in wardrobe/hanging space.
Bunk beds. Views over rear garden.
Secluded and fully enclosed rear garden, mainly laid to lawn with flower beds, apple trees, two benches and a little table.
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.