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Sandpiper Cottage Titchwell

  • Titchwell
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • 8
  • 4
  • 3

from £ 1,350 to £ 2,610 per week

Arrival from 4pm and Departure by 10am

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Sandpiper Cottage is an immaculately presented spacious three-storey house with stunning uninterrupted coastal views.This is a lovely place for family and friends to stay throughout the year, with an open plan kitchen/dining/sitting area enjoying the fabulous views and a separate sitting room. There is a superb master bedroom suite, with king size bed, on the top floor with gorgeous views, with a further three bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor. The fully enclosed back lawned garden has a patio, providing the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the open views. It is conveniently situated only minutes' walk to the coastal path with access to the sandy beach and a short distance from the highly recommended Titchwell Manor and Briarfields hotel.

THE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Fabulous open plan living area with stunning views across the marshes
  • Superb master bedroom suite on the second floor enjoying lovely sea views
  • Only minutes walk to the coastal path and places to eat and drink

GOOD TO KNOW

  • The rear garden is fully enclosed and looks over the marshes
  • 3 of the 4 bedrooms are on the 1st floor with the master bedroom on the 2nd floor
  • There's off-street parking for 2-3 cars at the front

Ground Floor

Entrance hall: with plenty of space for coats and a seat to put on boots ready for a walk on the marsh.

Cloakroom: hand basin and WC.

Kitchen/dining/sitting area: superb uninterrupted views across the marshes and out to sea from this open plan area.

Kitchen: well-equipped with integral appliances which include a dishwasher, double electric oven, smeg halogen hob, fridge and freezer. There is a separate utility room: with a washing machine and a tumble dryer.

Dining/Sitting area: has a large dining table and chairs to comfortably seat up to eight guests. There are carefully positioned cane sofas to enjoy the lovely views and doors opening out to the fully enclosed garden

Sitting room: comfortably furnished room with an open working fireplace, a sofa, two armchairs, flatscreen TV with DVD player and occasional lamps.

There is the advantage of unlimited Wifi for guests to enjoy whilst staying.

First Floor

The stairs are not steep and there is a handrail. There is a landing, positioned to enjoy the lovely seaviews.

Bedroom 2: a lovely light and airy room with superb coastal views. Beautifully presented with a king-size bed, bedside tables and lamps, built-in wardrobe and chair.

En-suite bathroom: bath with shower mixer taps, separate walk-in shower, hand basin, heated towel rail.

Bedroom 3: another well-presented room with full size twin beds, bedside tables and lamps, chest of drawers, dressing table and built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom 4: has bunk beds, bedside table and lamp and chest of drawers..

Family Bathroom: Bath with shower mixer taps, hand basin, heated towel rail and WC.

Second Floor

The gentle staircase leads up to the top floor containing a wonderful light and spacious master bedroom suite with stunning views.

Bedroom 1: superb room with stunning coastal views. Contains a king-size bed, bedside tables and lamps, large chest of drawers and TV.

En-suite shower room: with walk-in shower, hand basin, heated towel tail and WC.

Outside

There is parking for 2 to 3 cars in the shingled driveway at the front of the house. The rear garden is fully enclosed and backs on to the marshes which lead out to the sea. There is a paved area with garden furniture and a charcoal barbecue.

It is only minutes walk to the coastal path which leads across the marshes and out to the gorgeous sandy beach. Also within a short walk are two excellent places to eat and drink: Titchwell Manor and Briarfields.

Beach

Titchwell is most well known for the RSPB nature reserve, an important habitat of tidal lagoons and saltwater marshlands, making it a twitchers paradise. Beyond there is an amazing quiet sandy beach with low dunes and a vast expanse of golden sands. Often pretty deserted you can see the sand extending for what seems like miles. The walk to the beach through the nature reserve is teeming with wildlife and you cannot help but feel immersed in the landscape.

Village

The RSPB Nature reserve has a Visitors Centre, three bird hides, a sea watching platform, car park and cafe. Also home to two superb restaurants: Titchwell Manor for fine dining in style along the coastal road and Briarfields with stunning coastal views providing the best seasonal produce for a great dining experience. At the heart of the village is an obelisk cross which was a marker point for pilgrims and travellers. The village church St Mary’s dates from the 11th century and features a round tower (one of Norfolk’s 124 round towers) with small lead steeple. With the Coastal Hopper bus passing through the village, you can take a beautiful walk along the coastal path and when your legs are weary make your way back by bus.

History

The site of the nature reserve was a former chalk pit, which is believed to first be used by the Romans. The area then became a bit of a rubbish dump and after outcry from the public Norfolk County Council cleared the site and planted trees and shrubs creating a mini reserve.

Visit

Titchwell village is a superb location nestled between the coastal villages of Brancaster with its family friendly beach and the popular Thornham village which enjoys lovely eateries, deli and the Drove Orchard farm shop with its independent shops on site. Further along the coast is Brancaster Staithe where you can hear the clink of boat masts a pleasant sound for any keen sailors. There is a sailing school and also two great pubs to relax in after a day on the coast. If you like a spot of perusing the shops then pop into Burnham Market where you can find homestyle and fashion shops as well as other little independents bakers, butchers and delis.

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Guest reviews

Sandpiper Cottage has fabulous views of the skies, marshes and sea, and is a very quiet and relaxing place to stay. I watched a lot of sunrises and sunsets, and enjoyed the birdlife.

The Helman's, 26th of October 2023

Great garden, wonderful views. Secure garden and front gate for dogs.

The Nash's, 6th of June 2023

The second family Christmas at Sandpiper, another for the Memory Bank. Walks on the beach, the view from Sandpiper watching the tide Ebb and Flow. Hearing and watching Pink Foot Geese fly back and forth. Fantastic. Might try a summer visit another year.

The Richard's, 12th of January 2023

We liked this cottage for the location, garden and view were all amazing! We had a lovely week at Sandpiper. The house is great, with amazing views of the sea and a lovely garden!

The Edwards', 12th of April 2021

At Sandpiper Cottage we liked the view. We had a wonderful week. The house was perfect, clean, warm and comfortable.

The Mackie's, 16th of October 2020

We’ve had a lovely holiday here at Sandpiper cottage and have already recommended it to some friends. The place has been really well designed and thought through. My 84 year old mother who thought would never see the sea again has spent two mornings on the beach courtesy of the proximity of the dykes, the path and a recently purchased all terrain wheelchair!
Once again thank you and the owner for a lovely holiday. My usually Unimpressed elder son has already asked whether can return. It’s a very good place for a family.

James, 18th of September 2020

It’s charming, just a lovely place. The owners designed it really well and the place was just right in terms of the balance between a family used place and a holiday home. Just a big thank you to the owner and family. And to you guys at Sowerbys who looked after us really well.

Gopsill Family, 11th of September 2020

Better than Expected - A perfect holiday home with beautiful views and so comfortable. Yes we would stay again!

Jones Party, 12th of December 2019
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PRICE GUIDE

Fri 31 May 2024Thu 20 Jun 2024£1760 / week
Fri 21 Jun 2024Thu 4 Jul 2024£2235 / week
Fri 5 Jul 2024Thu 22 Aug 2024£2610 / week
Fri 23 Aug 2024Thu 5 Sep 2024£2235 / week
Fri 6 Sep 2024Thu 19 Sep 2024£1760 / week
Fri 20 Sep 2024Thu 17 Oct 2024£1470 / week
Fri 18 Oct 2024Thu 31 Oct 2024£1760 / week
Fri 1 Nov 2024Thu 19 Dec 2024£1350 / week
Fri 20 Dec 2024Sun 5 Jan 2025£2610 / week
Mon 6 Jan 2025Thu 3 Apr 2025£1375 / week
Fri 4 Apr 2025Thu 24 Apr 2025£1995 / week
Fri 25 Apr 2025Thu 22 May 2025£1510 / week
Fri 23 May 2025Thu 29 May 2025£2420 / week
Fri 30 May 2025Thu 19 Jun 2025£1810 / week
Fri 20 Jun 2025Thu 3 Jul 2025£2300 / week
Fri 4 Jul 2025Thu 4 Sep 2025£2685 / week
Fri 5 Sep 2025Thu 11 Sep 2025£2300 / week
Fri 12 Sep 2025Thu 25 Sep 2025£1810 / week
Fri 26 Sep 2025Thu 16 Oct 2025£1510 / week
Fri 17 Oct 2025Thu 30 Oct 2025£1810 / week
Fri 31 Oct 2025Thu 18 Dec 2025£1390 / week
Fri 19 Dec 2025Sun 4 Jan 2026£2685 / week

Prices shown includes a £30 booking fee.

Booking information

If your required start date is not the usual changeover day, then please call us on 01328 730880 or email.

Please also read our Booking Conditions.

The changeover day for this property is Friday.

Deposit Payable - 33% of total rent

Balance payable 28 days prior to arrival

Please note that smoking is not permitted in any of our cottages

All Sowerbys holiday cottages are supplied with bed linen and towels and the cost of heating is included in the rental price.

Electric Vehicle charging

Cars may only be charged if there is an EV charging point fitted at the property. The cost of electricity is NOT included in the rental price and Sowerbys Holiday Cottages must be notified if the charger is used and an additional surcharge will be made. Due to insurance purposes, guests must never charge their car using a standard outdoor plug or an extension cable linking to a domestic plug. This is not permitted because of fire regulations regarding wiring, earthing rods and voltage restrictions; it poses a serious fire risk to standard 13 amp sockets and there is a real danger that the body of the vehicle could become live.

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