Oystercatcher is nestled in the beautiful North Norfolk countryside and is approached via a tree lined avenue.
One of several cottages within the prestigious development of the Old Vicarage, a late Georgian Rectory with communal woodland and grounds extending to approximately 2.5 acres.
Built within the pretty Victorian walled garden of the Old Vicarage, this beautifully presented, single storey mews style cottage has been named after a resident oystercatcher who is often spotted striding the garden walls. The two larger bedrooms have direct access into these gardens and the single room has wonderful views across the meadows and woodlands. The good sized private enclosed rear garden has an outdoor dining area and barbecue and is a perfect spot to relax and enjoy the tranquil meadow views with its many visitors, such as oystercatchers, barn owls, mallard, pheasants, French and English partridge, curlew, graylag and barnacle geese and various plover and waders on the marshland beyond.
Should you wish to accommodate further guests please see Corrie's Cottage which is next door and sleeps six guests.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Sleeps five guests.
Three bedrooms, one en-suite shower room and one family bathroom.
Enclosed Victorian walled garden to the front.
Enclosed rear garden with views over open pastureland.
Parking for two vehicles.
Sorry, no pets.
Minimum of a two night stay.
Access to two acre woodland area.
Electric underfloor heating, electric effect wood burning stove.
Electric hob and oven, microwave, American style fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine.
3D TV, freeview, iPod dock, DVD player.
Travel cot and high chair available on request (no bedding)
Blackout blinds in bedrooms.
Security bike racks.
Garden furniture and barbecue.
Possibility of hiring a beach hut (Please request at time of booking as notice is required and an extra hire charge applies).
Please note there is a 20 metre shingle path from the parking area to the coded security gates into the courtyard garden. This pathway may not be suitable for guests with mobility difficulties.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Only a three minute walk to the village centre and a 10 minute drive to award winning beaches.
The medieval village of Little Walsingham with its quaint tea rooms, art galleries, antique shops, food pubs and a handmade chocolate and ice cream shop.
An abundance of scenic walking and cycle routes including the 20 acre grounds of Walsingham Abbey.
There are award winning places to eat, such as the Norfolk Riddle restaurant, its adjoining fish and chip shop and the Great Walsingham Barns.
The renowned local farm shop and butcher supplying excellent home grown produce.