2 well behaved dogs welcome (Small additional charge).
Marram Cottage is an original fisherman’s cottage sympathetically renovated to retain its cosy charm while providing all the modern conveniences a family needs. These fisherman’s cottages were the lifeblood of this community for centuries and the last fisherman to own the cottage was John Ullet, who gave the cottage its unique carved fireplace with fish motifs.
Front door leading to open plan living space
Comprises a three seater sofa and two armchairs, open fire, TV with freeview, DVD, midi hifi system, occasional tables and lamps.
Pine dining table and six chairs, dresser and lamp
Great addition to the cottage with French doors out to the courtyard garden and partially glazed roof, letting in lots of natural light. Double electric oven and hob with extractor over, dishwasher, larder style fridge freezer, microwave, washer drier, sink with drainer, toaster & kettle.
Bath with mains pressure shower over, wash hand basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Steep Cottage Stairs to First Floor:
Double bed, bedside tables, window to the rear of the property.
En Suite Bathroom
Bath with hand held shower attachment, wash hand basin & WC and chest of drawers.
Bunk Bed Room
Full size single bunks, chest of drawers, hanging space and shelves, window to the front of the property.
There is a private parking space for Marram Cottage at the village hall, one minutes walk away and there is unrestricted parking outside the cottage on the road for loading and unloading. To the rear is a full enclosed courtyard garden with paving and shrubs and potted plants, garden furniture and a BBQ. The garden is sheltered and is a lovely sun trap to sit outside and enjoy breakfast.
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!