Curlew Cottage is a newly renovated two bedroom cottage located in the village of Sedgeford. The cosy and comfortable accommodation sleeps four people and is located just a couple of minutes away from the popular King William pub, which has a great restaurant. Only five minutes drive from the stunning North Norfolk coastline - the nearest beaches are at Heacham and Snettisham - and ten minutes drive from the Queen's residence at Sandringham House.
BBQBed LinenCentral Heating Close to pubDishwasherDVDGarden FurnitureGarden/CourtyardMicrowaveTowels providedTV with FreeviewDog-friendlyLog Burner/Open FireWiFiParking
2 mins walking distance to pub
Entrance is at the rear by a half glazed door with porch into the kitchen with two steps down into the kitchen/diner. Fitted with a range of modern units with stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. A range of appliances including Bosch halogen hob with matching electric oven and cooker hood. Hotpoint dishwasher, microwave, kettle and toaster, under counter fridge with ice box. Pine table and chairs seating four, quarry tiled floor and latch door to sitting room.
A lovely light south facing sitting room with two sofas, window and half glazed door to the front, fireplace with multi fuel burner and tile hearth. Flat screen TV and DVD player, stairs off to the first floor and family bathroom. Latch door to cupboard housing the ironing board.
Newly fitted suite in white comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, bath with mixer taps and shower screen with shower attachment over, tiled floor. Two small windows with blinds.
First floor Landing
With latch doors to bedrooms.
With double bed, bedside tables with lamps, chest of drawers and small wardrobe, wall mounted mirror. Low window to the front and wood effect laminate flooring.
With two comfortable twin pine beds, bedside table with lamps and wall mirror. Wood effect laminate wood flooring, low window to front.
The garden is located to the side of the property accessed by a pedestrian gate with brick weave patio area, pergola and circular seating and shed housing the oil fired boiler.