The Old Stables is a charming converted stable building situated on the edge the popular village of South Creake. It is full of rustic charm with original stone walls and Pamment tiles. South Creake is just a few minutes drive south of Burnham Market and ten minutes from the coast at Brancaster, Holkham and Wells, so well positioned to explore all of the North Norfolk coast and surrounding countryside.
Front door leading to entrance hall.
Situated to the front of the building with window looking out over the road to the fields beyond. Equipped with larder style fridge freezer, dishwasher, electric hob and oven with extractor over, microwave, kettle & toaster.
Separate utility room with sink, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Open plan Sitting Room / Dining Room
Good sized room with two three seater sofas, easy chair, open fire, TV with DVD player, lamps and French Doors to rear patio and garden. The dining area has a lovely beamed ceiling and comprises pine table with 8 chairs, display cabinet and side board.
Downstairs Double Bedroom
At the opposite end of the cottage to the sitting room with dual aspect windows, wrought iron double bed, bedside tables with lamps, chair, wardrobe and chest of drawers.
Downstairs Shower Room
Large shower enclosure with sliding door, mains pressure shower, WC and wash hand basin with mirror over.
The landing area of the cottage has been turned in to great usable space with a leather sofa, TV & DVD, chest of drawers, bookshelf and a single bed with truckle bed beneath (these could be used for extra children if desired but bed linen is not provided at the cottage – ask for more details when booking). Dormer windows to rear and window to the front.
King size bed, bedside tables with lamps, wardrobe and dressing table. Views from dormer window to the rear garden and fields beyond.
Bath with hand held shower attachment, WC, wash hand basin and mirror.
Two single beds, bedside tables with lamps, chest of drawers & chair. Dormer window with views to the back garden and fields beyond.
The property is approached a five bar gate from the road. There is a shingled driveway and patio area to the rear of the cottage with garden furniture and a BBQ. The garden is laid mainly to lawn and is a good size. The garden leads down to the creake at the end, although the access to this is fenced. The garden is fenced on all sides and when the main gate is closed provides a secure environment for both dogs and children.
In South Creake, there is a lovely village green in the centre with a play park for children and tennis courts. Sir John Betjeman loved the church here. The village is home to The Yorke Trust, founded in 1985 to promote the arts and particularly music among young people. A more recent development, The North Norfolk Music Festival, presents concerts by international musicians in the church.