Knot Cottage is a real hidden gem; a contemporary bolthole in central Brancaster Staithe, yet tucked away in a quiet position off the main coast road. A traditional build, with a modern twist, providing open plan living space with a real sense of style. The main living area is full height and, with tri-fold doors to the front, you can really let the outside in. A bespoke oak and glass staircase leads to the mezzanine level above, which can be used as a sleeping space or a relaxing spot to read. The accommodation has quality fittings and furnishings, and is complete with a log burner for those cosy nights in.
A Bright and airy living area with wooden flooring throughout the seating and dining table that seats four, a comfortable modern style corner sofa with cosy cushions, The living area also has a modern wood burning stove complete with log storage. There is also TV with Freeview, iPod dock, CD player and DAB radio, cabinet and lamp, tri-fold doors to front garden. Stairs up to first floor.
Stylish well equipped kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine/combined dryer.
Superb luxury bathroom, with separate rainfall style shower, bath, WC and basin. Tiled floor with under-floor heating.
Double bed with bedside tables and lamps, range of built in cupboards and wardrobe.
Bespoke Oak and glass staircase to mezzanine level.
Two fold out chairs (providing beds - linen provided) Small chest of drawers (unsuitable for unaccompanied children under the age of 12)
There is parking on the private area outside the cottage. Please note this is a shared driveway and there is only parking for one car. Enclosed garden with small lawned area and paved patio.
Brancaster Staithe, just a couple of minutes drive from Brancaster, bustles with sailors. Home to Brancaster Staithe Sailing Club, the harbour is a busy place. Fresh seafood and coffee can be had from the shed on the quay (in high season)or you can go up to The Jolly Sailors where children, muddy dogs and boots are welcomed. For more formal dining The White Horse provides a spectacular view of the marshes where you can enjoy the local seafood whilst watching the tide come in over the creeks. The Fish Shed gives you the opportunity to take home some great local produce. Kayaks and boats can be hired from Northshore Sport and Leisure. Brancaster Staithe is right on the Norfolk Coast Path. Fresh mussels can be bought on the quay direct from the fishermen, or try Mervyn in the village, he will have a sign out!