BURNHAM DEEPDALE • Sleeps 12 • Dogs welcome
Blessed with stunning views of the North Norfolk coastline and countryside, Redshanks has been lovingly renovated to offer a refuge for relaxation with stylish design elements and tasteful furnishing. Its rural location provides great views of the surrounding farmland to the East and the sand dunes and Scolt Head Island to the North. Redshanks is a large coastal retreat designed with family get-togethers in mind and is wonderfully placed for exploring all that the Norfolk coastline has to offer.
Bedrooms and Bathrooms
Redshanks has six comfortable bedrooms (over 2 floors) stylishly designed using soft tonal hues, which draw inspiration from the coastal landscape. The combination of the quiet rural location and fresh sea-air create a serene environment, perfect for rest and rejuvenation.
Bedroom 1: master bedroom, decadently spacious with king size bed and en suite bathroom (bath & shower-over). Triple aspect windows offer beautiful views over sand dunes to the North, sunrises over farmland to the East and a mature walled garden to the South. The room also has a large smart TV (Sky & Netflix)
Bedroom 2: king size divan bed with coastal views through a pretty fanlight window.
Bedroom 3: king size divan bed with coastal views over a classically-Norfolk pantiled roof.
Bedroom 4: has twin beds and views to the south over the mature walled garden.
NB. Bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 are serviced by the family bathroom on the 1st floor landing.
Bedroom 5: located on the ground floor and has a double bed.
Bedroom 6: also on the ground floor and has twin beds.
NB. Both ground floor rooms are adjacent to a shower room with WC.
Kitchen and Dining Room
The kitchen is fully equipped and perfectly appointed for catering for large groups, containing: traditional oil-fired AGA, combination oven, hob, two butler sinks, dishwasher, large fridge (separate under counter drinks fridge), microwave and coffee machine. With access to the front and rear gardens, the utility room and the dining room, you will find this to be the busiest room in the house?.as kitchens tend to be!
The dining room is centrally positioned in the house and contains a large table that can accommodate the whole group perfect for big celebrations. During the day the room is bathed in natural light and offers views of the front and rear gardens. If the weather is with you, you might even open the patio doors and let the sounds of the countryside in.
The utility room can be found at the end of the corridor that leads away from the kitchen. Here you will find a washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer and some beach equipment.
Living Room and Snug
Redshanks has two living rooms both with wood-burning stoves and smart TVs (with Blu Ray DVD, Netflix and Sky access). The snug is quiet, cosy spot, perfect for enjoying a book or film in front of the wood-burner. The music room is an old barn conversion; its space, vaulted ceilings and vibrant colour scheme make this room the perfect setting for a noisy gathering over a board game in front of the wood-burner. Whatever suits the moment!
Redshanks has two distinct garden areas, one to the North, another to the South of the property. The brick-and-chalk-walled South garden features a lawn surrounded by plenty of mature flower beds, shrubs and trees (including a walnut tree). With its southerly aspect, it is well protected from the elements and often a perfect sun-trap. There is a patio area with a large dining table and a Weber charcoal BBQ. A great spot for a sun-downer (or two) or al-fresco dining.
The front, North garden is less structured and more rugged in its appearance and is left to nature for most of the year; the grass is left to grow a little longer creating an interesting habitat for local wildlife and a more pastoral inclination. Help yourself to fruits from the pear and apple trees in autumn, and see if you can identify the Sea Lavender and Sea Fennel plants.
Off-road parking for up to four cars on the gravel drive to the side of Redshanks. Please use the access from Whiteway Road for unloading your luggage.
A key destination for any visit to the North Norfolk coast and one of the Seven Burnhams, Burnham Deepdale and the Brancasters are popular stop-offs for people looking to enjoy a taste of the Norfolk coast. Both villages have been formed around the ‘coast road’ (A149) and can easily be explored by walking the many pathways that link them.
You will find excellent places to eat, offering locally caught produce from the harbour at Brancaster Staithe; mussels and oysters are real local delicacies as is samphire which contains more iron than spinach! Brancaster also offers one of the UK’s most challenging links courses, the Royal West Norfolk. The adjacent beach features spectacular wildlife including seals, waders, skylarks and the odd passing hobby.
For those looking to explore the surrounding seas and creaks, boats and canoes can be hired from Brancaster Staithe harbour. For the uninitiated, why not begin your sailing with some training with the local experts. Historic Holkham with its famous unspoilt beach, Burnham Market and its boutique shopping and Wells-next-the-Sea with its beach huts are all only a short drive away too!
At a glance
Up to 12 guests
Minimum cost for a stay – £1850
£350 Good housekeeping Deposit
Ground Floor – 1 Double & 1 Twin
First Floor – 3 King & 1 Twin
Ground floor shower room with WC
First floor bathroom with large bath and shower
1 en suite bathroom
Ideal for friends and family groups
Perfect for celebrations
Large dining room with seating for 12
2 dogs are welcome
Each charged at £50 for the duration of your stay
Two lounges with TV’s and DVD player
Two Woodburning stoves
Fully equipped kitchen with Aga and combi-oven
Off-road parking for 4 cars (depending on size)
Fully enclosed garden
Charcoal BBQ (fuel not provided)
Accepts Hot Tubs
Included in your stay
Complimentary welcome pack
Bath robes and slippers
Luxury white linens & towels
Arrivals & Departures
Arrival day: Friday
Arrival time: 4pm
Departure time: 10am
7/14 night stays and 3 night short breaks start on a Friday 4 night short breaks start on a Monday
Short breaks are priced at 80% of full-week price. Alternative start days may be possible outside peak weeks.
|Dates||7 night price||Short breaks*|
|6th September 2019 → 26th September 2019||£2675||£2250|
|27th September 2019 → 17th October 2019||£2050||£2050|
|18th October 2019 → 7th November 2019||£2675||£2250|
|8th November 2019 → 19th December 2019||£1850||£1850|
|20th December 2019 → 26th December 2019||£5250||£4200|
|27th December 2019 → 2nd January 2020||£5250||£4200|
|3rd January 2020 → 13th February 2020||£1850||£1850|
|14th February 2020 → 20th February 2020||£2250||£1850|
|21st February 2020 → 12th March 2020||£1850||£1850|
|13th March 2020 → 26th March 2020||£2050||£1850|
|27th March 2020 → 2nd April 2020||£2250||£1850|
|3rd April 2020 → 16th April 2020||£3300||£2640|
|17th April 2020 → 23rd April 2020||£2950||£2360|
|24th April 2020 → 7th May 2020||£2050||£1850|
|8th May 2020 → 14th May 2020||£2950||£2360|
|15th May 2020 → 21st May 2020||£2250||£1850|
|22nd May 2020 → 28th May 2020||£5250||£4200|
|29th May 2020 → 18th June 2020||£2250||£1850|
|19th June 2020 → 25th June 2020||£2675||£2140|
|26th June 2020 → 2nd July 2020||£2950||£2360|
|3rd July 2020 → 9th July 2020||£3300||£2640|
|10th July 2020 → 23rd July 2020||£4750||£3800|
|24th July 2020 → 27th August 2020||£5250||£4200|
|28th August 2020 → 3rd September 2020||£3300||£2640|
|4th September 2020 → 24th September 2020||£2675||£2140|
|25th September 2020 → 15th October 2020||£2050||£1850|
|16th October 2020 → 29th October 2020||£2675||£2140|
|30th October 2020 → 5th November 2020||£2050||£1850|
|6th November 2020 → 17th December 2020||£1850||£1850|
|18th December 2020 → 31st December 2020||£5250||£4200|
|1st January 2021 → 7th January 2021||£5250||£4200|
|Later dates||Please contact us for details|
|Rates shown do not include £20 booking fee.||*available outside peak weeks|