Gas centrally heated, comfortable early Victorian 2 bedroom cottage, in row of 7 similar cottages, with sitting room, dining room and kitchen. Wi-fi. Upstairs 2 bedrooms both with double bed, upstairs bathroom with roll top bath with separate walk-in shower. Garden with lawn and patio area. For the benefit of our all our guests smoking and dogs are not allowed at the cottage. Short drive from beautiful North Norfolk coast. Set in the pretty conservation village of Snettisham with its famous R.S.P.B Nature reserve and beach. Family farm park in village. Roman road Peddars Way passes near the village.
Cottage in Snettisham, nr Sandringham, Hunstanton, RSPB reserves & North Norfolk Coast.-Short walk to Bistro & Award winning Gastro pub/ restaurant.
Eric & Marlene Steinacker
- Calendar last updated:
- Dec 14, 2018
About Eric & Marlene Steinacker
My wife and I have lived in Norfolk nearly all our lives and know this part of Norfolk very well indeed and will be pleased to help all visitors to get the most out of their stay.
Eric & Marlene Steinacker purchased this Cottage in 2010
Why Eric & Marlene Steinacker chose Snettisham
This is a lovely cottage in the friendly village of Snettisham-All the North Norfolk attractions are easy to visit from this location-yet is away from the busy part of the coast.
What makes this Cottage unique
The property is comfortable and larger than similar cottages in the area and we live only about 100 yards from the cottage so know the area very well and we are at hand if any help is required.
Check-in: 2:30 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Clean, warm and comfortable
Clean, warm and comfortable
Thank you for your review and choosing to stay in our cottage several times.
Cosy and welcoming cottage
This well equipped cottage is great for couples or small families. We recently stopped for 5 days to visit family and it was perfect. It really felt like a home from home. Parking can be tricky directly outside, but there is a street opposite which can be used. Would definitely recommend.
Thank you very much for your 5* review
Beautiful cosy cottage - home from home - loved the extra touches of cakes & homemade jam!
Lovely cottage, had everything we needed, enjoyed homemade cakes & jam. Close to beaches, lots great walking, wildlife, nice pub close by!
Thank you for your 5 Star review, we are pleased you had a lovely week.
Wonderful cottage where you could relax, good location to access so much
The cottage is beautifully decorated, clean and we'll equipped. The vintage bath was wonderful to soak in after long walks. The hosts left cakes and Ham on our arrival, truelly wonderful place to stay that we would highly recommend.
So pleased you had a lovely holiday and enjoyed the homemade cakes and Jam.
Home from home cottage and garden
A clean very well equipped cottage. Lots of thoughtful extras ie equipment for the kitchen, dining area and bedrooms. Very welcome home made cakes and raspberry jam. Owners are easily contacted if need be.
Location is good for local amenities ie convenience store, pub and short distance to beach. Lots of tourist attractions are within 1hr by car. Parking for one car outside property and possible more down opposite lane. Private secluded garden included. A lovely find.
Thank you for your lovely review
Very comfortable,clean,lovely decor and garden
Wonderful cottage that helped make our 2 week stay in Norfolk even more enjoyable ( first visit). The cottage was very comfortable and exceptionally clean and had everything we required (lots of hangers and drawers - very important ).
We loved the home made jam,cakes and home grown tomatoes.
Thank you Eric your advice to get the train from Kings Lynn to Cambridge was great and made for a relaxing trip.
We used the cottage as a base and visited Ely,Cambridge. Bury St Edmunds,Norwich,Hickling Broad, most of the North coast inc lunch at Holkham and Wiveton Halls. We also managed the local pubs, walks and some of the beautiful beaches.
If you like crab then, Jonas fish suppliers in Cromer do a fabulous dressed one ( don't be put off that it's on on industrial estate).
Winn Cider from the car park in Well- Next- Sea is good too. I could go on but, go and explore yourselves.
Thank you Eric and Marlene.
Thank you for your lovely review, which also provides lots of ideas for future guests. We are pleased you enjoyed your stay, we do our best to make the cottage comfortable and with 45% of our bookings being guests returning we feel we are providing what people want but it's always very nice to get positive feedback.
Marlene & Eric.
2 miles to beach and RSPB reserve and coastal path.
Cottage in the village of Snettisham. Sandringham House and gardens 5 minutes drive. Town of King's Lynn with medieval quarter 10 miles. Wells-next-the-sea, 30 minutes drive. North Norfolk coastal villages are all close and accessible
Snettisham has a 14th century pub and restaurant, Bistro,chemist also post office & newsagents. Also Doctors surgery and dentist.
Park Farm-working farm where you can feed the animals groom horses ,tractor rides through deer park, adventure playground etc. Royal Sandringham estate,Church and grounds all open to the public.
Wells-next-the-sea-visit the longest narrow gauge steam railway in the world, which runs to Walsingham famed for centuries for pilgrimage to the famous slipper chapel with its healing waters. There is another small narrow gauge railway that runs from the quay to the beach and see the iconic beach huts overlooking the lovely sandy beach. Wells is renowed for its quaint harbour and variety of boats and location of Stephen Fry's 'Kingdom' TV series also where children of all ages enjoy catching local crabs from the quayside.
Seal trips to Blakeney point to see the norfolk seals. Holkham beach recently judged as one of best views in Britain-with Holkham Hall one of Britains majestic stately homes. Pensthorpe where the popular BBC series spring watch has been filmed for the last 3 years, ideal attraction for those who love nature, wildlife and the outdoors with nature trails, lakes, birdwatching and stunning gardens.
Titchwell marsh RSPB reserve one of Britain's premier bird watching sites, walk from the visitors centre to the beach passing shallow lagoons which are often full of birds. Lots of other interesting places to visit such as:Castle Rising 12th century Norman Castle-Cley marshes nature reserve, Fakenham races, Iceni study centre/iron age village, ecotech centre, Felbrigg Hall stately home, Hillside animal and shire horse sanctuary, Houghton Hall a fine palladian mansion set in beautiful parkland, langham glass, Norfolk Lavender [minutes from cottage]. Peddars way and Norfolk coast path and much more information in the cottage.
For the benefit of our guests we do not allow smoking or dogs.