Flagstaff West, Burnham Overy Staithe
- Sleeps 6
- Bedrooms 3
- Beach: 0.1 miles
- Shop: 4 miles
- Pub: 0.25 miles
- Children welcome
- Dog friendly
- Off Road Car Parking
- Bedding & linen provided
- Washing Machine
- High Chair
- DVD Player
- Internet access (WiFi)
The west wing of Flagstaff House sleeps six in comfort – on the first floor there’s one super king-size double bedroom and one bedroom with bunk beds.
A third bedroom with twin beds is downstairs along with a separate toilet. Upstairs is a family sized bathroom with toilet and a bath/shower.
The first floor lounge has spectacular views across the beautiful north Norfolk landscape.
The open plan kitchen/dining area is spacious, light and airy. It’s very well equipped with a dishwasher, freezer, fridge, microwave, and cooker.
The dining table seats eight people and there’s WiFi throughout the property.
Guests staying in the west wing can use the shared outside laundry room. There’s a washing machine, tumble drier, ironing board and sink. The East and West wings of Flagstaff House have access to a garden.
Dogs are welcome to stay by arrangement only, £35 per dog.
Flagstaff House provides guests with luxury self-catering holiday accommodation in a stunning part of Norfolk.
The property is located in Burnham Overy Staithe, beside the sea and has breathtaking views of the beautiful north Norfolk coast.
It was once the home of Captain Woodget of the Cutty Sark and is situated in a prime position at Burnham Overy Staithe.
Directly outside the front door is the sandy creek, a saltwater inlet running in from the sea. During low tide the shallow waters are great for paddling and at high tide the creek is perfect sailing waters.
Burnham Overy Staithe
This beautiful part of Norfolk has been designated as an ‘area of outstanding natural beauty’, its long and white sandy beaches offer visitors the opportunity to enjoy dinghy sailing, walking, bird watching in a tranquil setting.
In contrast the nearby bustling towns of Burnham Market and Wells-next-the-Sea have sophistication in their restaurants, tea rooms and shops.
Locations shown are approximate