2 well behaved dogs welcome. (Small additional charge).
5 Fakenham Road is a traditional brick and flint cottage situated in the popular village of South Creake. The cottage was originally renovated in 1978 and many of the retro design finishes remain today. The owners have gone to some effort to retain the 1970’s feel whilst ensuring that the property is comfortable for guests in the new millennium. There is even an avocado en suite and working wood fired Rayburn. The cottage is ideally situated in the middle of the village just a few doors from the popular Plume of Feathers pub, and across the road from the tennis courts, playing field and childrens' playground. There is a great vegetable stand selling produce from the local allotments, and fresh dressed crabs and samphire are available to buy in season. A stream runs through the village - home to the many village ducks!
Entrance Hall with WC leading to:
Kitchen / Dining Room:
The kitchen has the original Formica worktop and Flotex floor, microwave, wood-fired Rayburn (this will heat radiators when lit) and washing machine. The freestanding cooker is immaculate and original and there is a modern fridge/freezer. A large dining table and six chairs. There is a toaster, kettle and sink with drainer. Dogs to be kept to the kitchen.
There is an electric fire, three seater sofa and two armchairs, a modern television & DVD and stairs up to the first floor.
Landing with chest of drawers
Front facing bedroom with a double bed, wardrobe, dressing table and an en suite shower area comprising of a shower & sink which is divided from the bedroom by a curtain
A very well presented room with a king size bed and bunk beds. There is plenty of space in this room with a full length mirror, wardrobe and bedside tables.
Bathroom with WC, bath and wash hand basin
There is off-road parking for one car to the rear of the property.
South Creake is a lovely village just a couple of miles from Burnham Market. Sir John Betjeman loved the church here. The village is home to The Yorke Trust, founded in 1985 to promote the arts and particularly music among young people. A more recent developement, The North Norfolk Music Festival, presents concerts by international musicians in the church.