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Burnham Deepdale Holiday Cottages

Burnham Deepdale is a picturesque small coastal village 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.

Burnham Deepdale merges into Brancaster Staithe which has an attractive harbour and 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.

East Cottage Deepdale Burnham Deepdale

East Cottage Deepdale | Front

Sleeps 7, from £550 to £1125 per week

East Cottage is an idyllic country cottage, with the addition of a fabulous oak-framed garden room providing a light and spacious sitting room. There is a lovely downstairs bedroom with a contemporary shower room, making it ideal for less mobile guests. Upstairs there are three delightful bedrooms, with an en-suite bathroom and separate loo. This beautiful cottage is ideal for those wishing to escape from the hustle bustle of modern life, being peacefully located at the end of a long private drive, with lovely countryside views. Guests may relax in the private enclosed garden with lawns to the south and east. The nearest main road and shops are 3/4 mile away at Burnham Deepdale, with easy access to the coastal path and walking distance to several places to eat. The Georgian village of Burnham Market and the beautiful sandy coast are both easily reached within a five minute drive.

There is an under-occupancy discount of 10% outside holiday periods for parties of 1-4 guests.

This owner prefers only 1 small to medium dog on bookings

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