“We had a very enjoyable stay in this lovely little cottage. It is in an excellent location for exploring the area. There is an excellent dog walking area on the Peddars Way which runs through the village nearby.”- Doug and Liz Stapleton, January 2012
The Coach House is located in the village of Sedgeford and is only 4 miles from the many lovely beaches on the coast. It is a very comfortable detached converted barn, neighbouring the owner's home. Ideally located to benefit from the many local attractions including the numerous RSPB nature reserves, the coastal paths, stately homes including Sandringham and Houghton Hall. In short whether you are a walker, beach enthusiast, bird spotter or just want to get away from it all then this is the place for you.
Entrance leading to open plan living space with door off to bathroom
Sitting / Dining Room: The handsome arched windows flood this good sized sitting/dining room with light. It is well equipped with a sofa, a TV/DVD/Video combo and electric woodburning effect stove. The dining table will seat 5. There is also an excellent stereo system to relax with some music.
Kitchen: Steps up from the living area lead to a modern well equipped kitchen with electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer and stereo and a table for two.
Shower Room: Equipped with Shower, WC and hand basin.
Stairs Leading up from the main living area
Bedroom: Double Bed and bedside tables with lamps.
Outside: There is off-road parking inside the gate at the front of the property. Guests have a private seating area to the rear of the property to enjoy the lovely garden and enjoy a drink in the evening sun.
|Wood Burner / Open Fire||Dishwasher|
|Off Road Parking||DVD|
|Travel Cot / Cot||Garden Furniture|
|High Chair||1 mins Walking Distance to Pub|
|Central Heating||Walking Distance to Beach|
|Washing Machine||Walking Distance to Shop|
|TV with Freeview||Bed Linen|
Doug and Liz Stapleton from Colmworth, Bedford, January 2012
“We had a very enjoyable stay in this lovely little cottage. It is in an excellent location for exploring the area. There is an excellent dog walking area on the Peddars Way which runs through the village nearby.”
Amanda Rayment from Nottinghamshire, September 2010
“Fantastic little cottage,everything you need and more.Owner was very helpful.Peaceful, beautiful walks,lovely local.Cottage was clean.Highly recommended if you want a break.looking forward to another stay.thank you”
Rob and Brigita Ashwin from Nuneaton, June 2010
“A delightful cottage, ideally located for visiting the beautiful surrounding area. It's a pity we didn't have need to use the very attractive log burner! Service from Norfolk Hideaways was spot on.”
John Malins from Leicestershire, June 2010
“"A wonderful stay in a delightful little cottage. All our needs were catered for. We found the location ideal to explore the surrounding areas. Would certainly recommend The Coach House and Norfolk Hideaways"”
Natascha Bowen from London, September 2009
“Small but perfectly formed, the Coach House suited us very well. We were in a great location to take trips out along the coast and explore the countryside. Unfortunately the local pub didn't measure up to places like the Gin Trap but was certainly friendly and easily walkable.”
Sedgeford is a small very historical village just a few minutes inland from the coast. Every summer an ongoing archeological dig takes places and many incredible artifacts have been unearthed including a beautiful Iron Age Gold Torc now in the British Museum. Volunteers are welcomed see the SHARP website for details. http://www.sedgeford.org.uk/acatalog/Sharp.html The King William pub serves good home cooked food and is very child friendly.