Sorry, no pets allowed.
Chilvers, (named after the fisherman who used to live there) is a newly refurbished Victorian terraced house. It has the most stunning views to the marshes and the sea beyond, and direct access to the coast path from the garden. The property is newly furnished and has a new kitchen and bathroom. The property retains lots of original features including stripped wooden floorboards and latched doors. Chilvers offers a highly comfortable and stylish base for a great family holiday right on the doorstep of the salt marshes.
Brand new fitted kitchen with washing machine, microwave, electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge freezer. Well equipped.
Pretty room with stripped wooden floorboards, original feature fireplace (non functional) pine cupboards. Dining table and 6 chairs. CD player.
Stylish and spacious bay fronted room, two sofas, rocking chair, TV, Freeview, DVD player, stripped wooden floor. Open fire.
Double bed. Pretty room with views to the marshes, wardrobe, bedside table with lamp.
Lovely bay fronted room with King size bed (can be two singles or one king size please note when booking). Wardrobe, bedside table and lamps. Original cast iron fireplace.
Fully tiled newly fitted bathroom, with large bath and electric shower over. WC, and basin.
Wonderful twin room with views to the marsh and sea beyond. Large Velux window.
Very large garden running directly down to the marsh and coast path. A stunning view and place to sit in the evenings. Car parking for one car at the front.
Brancaster Staithe, just a couple of minutes drive from Brancaster, bustles with sailors. Home to Brancaster Staithe Sailing Club, the harbour is a busy place. Fresh seafood and coffee can be had from the shed on the quay (in high season)or you can go up to The Jolly Sailors where children, muddy dogs and boots are welcomed. For more formal dining The White Horse provides a spectacular view of the marshes where you can enjoy the local seafood whilst watching the tide come in over the creeks. The Fish Shed gives you the opportunity to take home some great local produce. Kayaks and boats can be hired from Northshore Sport and Leisure. Brancaster Staithe is right on the Norfolk Coast Path. Fresh mussels can be bought on the quay direct from the fishermen, or try Mervyn in the village, he will have a sign out!