This was once a fisherman’s cottage and he would have crammed a large family into it quite happily, so there’s plenty of space for a loved-up couple or a singleton desiring time alone. You walk straight from the pavement into the kitchen, then a table by a pretty window seat and a tiny, light-filled sitting room. Two vintage armchairs sit in front of an Everhot electric stove so you’ll feel very cosy and you’re surrounded by some quirky, end-of-the-pier style art.
Up rather steep stairs to a lovely bedroom with a big bed, clouds of feather and down, a sweet sash window with a window box, groovy lighting and more local art. A couple of wooden steps take you up to a shower with Norfolk soaps and lotions and a heated towel rail to keep you cosy.
Morning tea or a sundowner will be lovely in the south-west facing courtyard with colourful pots. Paula leaves you basics for cooking, a bottle of wine and a jar of honey from her own bees.