Perfect for escaping to, Little Rushmeadow offers a tranquil location with everything needed for a relaxing stay in this picturesque corner of Norfolk. Located on the village outskirts in a private drive, this deceptive and attractive little bungalow is bound to be very popular with couples or single guests. Being all on one level, it is ideal for less able guests.
Ideal for birdwatchers too as Titchwell Bird Reserve is just a mile away. The Coastliner bus travels regularly through the village and just outside the entrance is a bus stop.
Tucked away comfortably in a corner with parking and garden area the accommodation is well furnished and equipped to a very good standard and is available all year round for flexible short breaks out of main season and preferably full weeks at peak times (please check with agents).
Entrance into fitted kitchen leading through via ‘saloon bar’ doors into very comfortable lounge and dining area. One spacious bedroom with king size bed. Bathroom with bath (shower over), WC and washbasin.
Village pubs and restaurants are less than 20 mins walk or a minute’s drive. Thornham Beach has a car park so you can enjoy a long brisk stroll to the beach and dunes. The picturesque old harbour provides interest too as the tide rushes in to fill the jetties and flood the marshes.
Thornham is a small coastal village 4 miles from Hunstanton
and about 10 miles from Wells
. There is a village shop, pubs and restaurants all within easy walking distance. The attractive and very popular harbour has a small car park and this area is a must for bird watchers and walkers alike. you can reach the sand dunes and soft beach from here which is about a mile's walk.
Only two miles inland from the coast at Brancaster Staithe is the very select village of BURNHAM MARKET
(Chelsea-on-Sea) where there are many excellent quality shops surrounding the picturesque village green, together with its restaurants, pubs and elegant houses. Titchwell Bird Reserve
is just mile down the road and has a car park, walks, hides and Visitors Centre.
The exclusive villages of BRANCASTER, BRANCASTER STAITHE
and BURNHAM OVERY STAITHE
are all within easy reach by car, being only a few minutes drive away. Most have their own pubs, churches and village store/Post Office and properties in the brochure are not far from each of these. Most public houses in the area have their own special ales especially the centuries old smugglers inn, the Lifeboat at Thornham, which has a great selection of real ales. The whole area along this stretch of coast is famous for its scenic beauty and superb views over the local harbours and saltings and are a must for holidaymaker and bird watcher alike. There is also a vast selection of local produce including seafood. Holkham Hall is not far away and there is a very good choice of bird observatories and nature reserves within easy motoring or even biking distance.
Along the coast at HOLME
, the ancient Peddars Way
route starts, taking a straight course to Thetford which is still accessible, and well worth a visit for exploring the local countryside. The beach is quiet with a large expanse of sand, backed by dunes. This is where Seahenge
was discovered; the 4,000 year old timbers were removed under a considerable amount of protest but it can now be seen in King’s Lynn museum.