The Old Bakehouse, Spacious Grade ll Listed Cottage
The Old Bakehouse is a delightful and very well appointed grade II listed period brick and flint cottage in Baker's Yard. It has an early 1900's working water pump.
Access is via the rear enclosed gravel courtyard in to the dining kitchen which is equipped with an electric oven, hob, large fridge/freezer washing/drier and microwave. There is an oak dining table in the kitchen with four chairs.
The large lounge has exposed ceiling timbers and an open brick fireplace with double-door log burner. There is a 32' flatscreen t.v. with freeview and 2 channel recorder and a dvd player. The fire is laid for your comfort and convenience on arrival. there is farm-house style table with four chairs and three double sofas with coffee table.The lounge is heated by electric underfloor heating.
The ground floor bedroom has two single beds, an en-suite cloakroom with sink and toilet. it has electric underfloor heating.
A steep Norfolk winder staircase leads to the landing which provides access to the upstairs bedroom, toilet and bathroom. The double bedroom overlooks Church Street.
The bathroom has a bath, shower, basin, heated towel rail and fan heater and a separate room wc
The enclosed courtyard is South facing and sheltered. An outdoor table and 4 chairs are provided with parking for one medium sized car in the gravel area.
Sorry - no dogs allowed.
Street parking on Bridge Street.
Approach Stiffkey along the coast road.
In the middle of the village there is a T junction.
Leave the coast road and take the road that heads inland, called Bridge Street (sign posted Binham)
Just a few yards down Bridge Street there is an entrance to gravelled area on the left.
proceed towards the bottom of the lane and to your left is the Old Bakehouse.
Use the route planner on google maps below to check the best route to reach Stiffkey, and the approx duration of your trip eg: 2.5 hours from the outskirts of London, 1.5 to 2 hour drive from Leicester or Nottingham.