Old Charlie's is an neat and compact traditional flint and brick detached cottage in Stiffkey, a pretty village sitting on the salt marshes of the North Norfolk coast.
The garden has over 150 feet of frontage on the banks of the little River Stiffkey with uninterrupted views of the peaceful valley from the private sun deck. A perfect spot to watch the local duck and swan population drift by, the trout rise, or to make use of the barbeque and fire pit.
To the north side of the cottage, and a short stroll away, is one of the largest expanses of undeveloped coastal habitats of its type in Europe. Blakeney National Nature Reserve is within the ownership of the National Trust. It includes Blakeney Point, Blakeney Freshes, Morston and Stiffkey Marshes and supports a wide range of coastal plant and bird communities, with many nationally important species.
Perfectly located between Blakeney and Wells-Next-The-Sea, for easy access to all the attractions this beautiful coast has to offer. Peddars Way and the Norfolk Coast Path are a ten minute walk away. As a bonus, The Red Lion pub is a mere 30 second hop from the front door. A popular and classic country inn, it serves great locally sourced food and beer. It is one of the plethora of top notch watering holes and restaurants within striking distance of Old Charlie's.
This cosy and compact cottage has recently been refurbished to the highest specification garnering many compliments from guests about the high quality décor and contents. It sleeps three (four with a pull-out bed) and features include free Wi-Fi, wood burning stove, 42" flat screen tv, DVD player, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, Bluetooth speakers, DAB radio. Much of the original artwork in the house is of local subject matter, as are many of the books in the extensive collection.
Birdwatchers, walkers, real ale enthusiasts, epicurians and beach lovers will all find both the cottage and area a delight.