Sorry, no pets allowed.
Lifeboat Cottage is a picturesque 18th century flint cottage situated in a quiet side road in the heart of Brancaster, within twenty minutes walk to the beach. In a former life it was the games room to the pub (now closed), and the cottage has recently undergone a refurbishment which includes a bespoke kitchen, new carpets downstairs and redecoration. The house is thoughtfully furnished with some period furniture, original artworks and pretty extra touches making it a very comfortable place to stay.
Newly fitted bespoke hand painted kitchen. Tall full height fridge freezer, washing machine, integral microwave, ceramic hob with extractor over and electric oven. Dining table and chairs. Pretty hand painted plate rack.
Comfortable room with two sofas, TV with DVD player, Cd player. Side tables and lamps. Stable door to front of house. Selection of games and books.
Stairs to First Floor
Elegant room with double bed and bedside table and lamp. Wardrobe, dressing table and chest of drawers. Floral painted mirror. Natural brick exposed wall.
Shower cubicle alcove
(Note this is off the main bedroom) Separate area with boarded floor, shower cubicle with electric shower, pine towel rail.
Really pretty twin room with two single beds, chest of drawers, wardrobe and rocking chair.
WC and basin.
There is a private shingled courtyard to the front giving space to park a car. Garden furniture is available for sitting outside. Double gates.
Brancaster is known for its simply stunning beach. It stretches for miles backed by gentle sand dunes and the famous links golf course of The Royal West Norfolk Golf Club. Seals bask on the creek edges and children can safely paddle in the tidal lagoons. The tide goes out a long way revealing the shipwreck of the S S Vina (beware of strong tides and do not venture out!) The sand is perfect for sandcastles and picnics. Kite surfers provide exciting entertainment on windy days. Parking is a few yards from the beach and anyone who walks that little bit further will be rewarded with their own private stretch of sand! The Ship public house has recently been reopened under Chris Couborough The Flying Kiwi Chef to great reviews. Traditional icecream and lollies can be had from the booth on the beach! Wildlife along the coast is abundant and accessible, Marsh Harriers wheel overhead along with Avocets, Oyster Catchers and Terns. A trip would not be complete without tasting the famous mussels, in season when there is an 'R' in the month.