Sea Wood Brancaster Staithe
Sleeps 10, from £970 to £1950 per week
Sea Wood has undergone a complete transformation after extensive building work and complete refurbishment to produce a superb holiday home with stunning sea views. Downstairs is all on one level with a wonderful open plan kitchen/dining and sitting area, a light and airy conservatory overlooking the garden, together with an en-suite bedroom. Upstairs there are 5 further bedrooms, including the master bedroom with its large feature window and lovely sea views. It has the benefit of a large fully enclosed south facing rear garden (approx. 180 ft long) and is ideally located in the heart of Brancaster Staithe, opposite The White Horse pub/restaurant, and within minutes walk from a good selection of shops and the harbour.
Entrance porches at the front and rear of the house with coats and boots storage.
Please note that the ground floor is all on one level and so would be suitable for less able guests.
Conservatory: sunny sitting area overlooking the garden with a large wicker L-shaped sofa and foot-stool.
There is a light and spacious open plan kitchen/dining and sitting area which has a wooden floor.
Kitchen area : Newly fitted and well-equipped with a built-in double electric oven, microwave and halogen hob, integral dishwasher and fridge. Leading off from here is a Utility Room: convenient space with a second fridge, freezer, washing machine, broom cupboard and door to garden.
Cloakroom: hand basin and WC.
Dining area: has a large oak dining table with 10 chairs. There is also a high chair for young dining guests.
Sitting area: has lovely sea views, 3 large sofas, wall-mounted flat-sceen TV, DVD player and a flame-effect electric fire. There is the benefit of Wi-fi in the house.
Bedroom 6: spacious bedroom suite with lovely sea views, twin beds which may be ziplinked to make a superking bed, bedside tables and lamps and a wall-mounted TV. There is a dressing area with wardrobe. En-suite shower room: large walk-in shower, hand basin and WC.
The stairs are not steep and there is a hand rail.
Bedroom 1: Exceptional light and spacious room with a large feature window and stunning sea views. There are twin beds which may be zip-linked to make a superking bed, a sofa to sit and enjoy the view from, bedside tables and lamps, chest of drawers and a TV. There is a dressing area with a wardrobe. En-suite shower room: walk-in shower, hand basin and WC.
Bedroom 2: At the front of the house with lovely sea views. Has twin beds which may be zip-linked to make a superking bed, bedside tables and lamps, chest of drawers and a wardrobe.
Bedroom 3: At the back of the house with lovely open countryside views. Has twin beds which may be zip-linked to make a superking bed, bedside tables and lamps, chest of drawers and a wardrobe.
Bedroom 4: Small room with a full-size single bed and side views of the sea, bedside table and lamp.
Bedroom 5: Small room with a full-size single bed, bedside table and lamp.
Family Bathroom: bath with shower over, hand basin and WC.
There is a large shingled parking area at the front of the house for at least 3 cars. To the side is a secure area which may be used for boat parking or additional cars.
There is a large south facing enclosed back garden, which is approximately 180ft long and mainly lawn. It isn't overlooked and backs onto open fields and woodland. There is an outside table with 10 chairs and a charcoal barbecue.
Conveniently located within a short walk of several great places to eat, the harbour and coastal path and also the Coast Hopper bus stop.
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Bed 1 window
Bed 1 view
Bedroom 2 view
Bedroom 2 view
A bustling village with an attractive harbour which is just to the east of Brancaster (staithe means wharf, or landing stage). There is a well-supported sailing club here and in the summer at high tide there?s always a crowd of people and boats jostling to get onto the water. The sea still gives a living to many in the area though and Brancaster Staithe is famed for its mussels, which may be bought locally at The Fish Shed or directly from Mervyn's Mussels along the coast road.
From the harbour you can take a short ferry trip (at high tide) to Scolt Head Island, a four mile long sand bar housing a National Nature Reserve well-known for terns, oystercatchers, and ringed plovers.
The village is a picturesque one, with typical flint walling on many cottages, and popular with second home owners and holiday makers. There is good beer and food available throughout the day at the Jolly Sailor?s pub, or for more of a treat with stunning views and delicious food there?s the White Horse overlooking the marshes.
Next to Brancaster Staithe is Burnham Deepdale which has a Norman church, a visitors centre and a good selection of shops, including a florist, supermarket, Fat Face and Little Giggles (children's shop). After a brisk walk on the beach or an invigorating sail there?s nothing better than a trip to the increasingly popular Deepdale Café, renowned for its hearty English breakfasts.
3 night break: 70% of full week price
4 night break: 80% of full week price
5 night break: 90% of full week price
3/4/5 day short breaks are not usually available during school holiday periods.
Prices may be subject to change.
Please note that where dogs are permitted the charge is £15 per week or part week.
|Fri 18 Jul 2014||Thu 28 Aug 2014||£1950 / week|
|Fri 29 Aug 2014||Thu 25 Sep 2014||£1350 / week|
|Fri 26 Sep 2014||Thu 16 Oct 2014||£1150 / week|
|Fri 17 Oct 2014||Thu 30 Oct 2014||£1450 / week|
|Fri 31 Oct 2014||Thu 18 Dec 2014||£970 / week|
|Fri 19 Dec 2014||Thu 1 Jan 2015||£1950 / week|
How to Book
If you require our Booking Form you can download it here and post it completed to us: Booking Form
Please also read our Booking Conditions before completing the Booking Form.
The changeover day for this property is Friday.