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  •  Free Wi-Fi
  •  Parking x3
  •  Garden
  •  Dogs allowed x1
  • Friday turnround

We are thrilled to include Steam Engine House in our portfolio of luxurious places to stay in North Norfolk!

Steam Engine House was originally constructed to house a steam engine which was installed to power the adjoining mill when its sails were removed in the late 19th Century. The house was created in 2002 as part of the development of the historic Great Walsingham mill site. This unique property has been sympathetically renovated, still retaining many original features and the high, beamed ceilings. Steam Engine has been interior designed by Alexandra Johnson Interiors and now offers attractive, spacious four bedroom accommodation sitting in the peaceful Norfolk village of Great Walsingham, just 4 miles from the coast at Wells-next-the-Sea.

The splendid sitting room is at the heart of this property and is cosy and characterful with a lovely wood burning stove, superb soft furnishings, high ceilings and spectacular exposed beams – perfect for winter evenings curled up in front of the fire with a glass or two! This room also has 40” Smart TV with Freeview and a Bose Soundlink II speaker. 

The kitchen at Steam Engine House will not disappoint! This large room has plenty of work surface, a Heritage Duette range with two ovens and two hot plates, a gas hob, fridge, freezer, integrated dishwasher and microwave. Up two steps is a practical dining area with a wooden table and seating for seven guests. 

There are four gorgeous bedrooms at Steam Engine House; one on the ground floor and three upstairs. The delightful ground floor bedroom features a sumptuous king size bed and en-suite shower room with W.C and washbasin. Upstairs, the master bedroom has been elegantly styled and features a super-comfy king size bed, pretty dressing table and chest of drawers for storage. There is a quirky en-suite with a staircase leading up to the shower. The third bedroom at Steam Engine House offers flexible accommodation and features two single beds which can alternatively be zipped together to form one super king bed by prior arrangement (please give us at least 2 weeks notice of your preference). There is a fourth bedroom with a single bed (please note this bed is not suitable for a tall adult). Each room has been superbly decorated with sumptuous linens, attractive furnishings and luxurious touches. The main bathroom has a separate bath with shower attachment, wash basin and W.C.

Externally, Steam Engine House boasts a beautiful front garden which wraps around the side of the property. There is a metal table and chairs on the patio as well as a BBQ for the summer months. A private walled, cobbled courtyard with outside seating for four is accessed via the kitchen and is a wonderful place to dine alfresco in the summer months. There is parking for three cars.

As well as its superb interior décor, Steam Engine House holds an ideal location, tucked away in a peaceful village, yet just 3 miles from the bustling seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea and its beautiful beach which stretches 5 miles all the way to Burnham Overy Staithe. Due to its central position, the whole of the North Norfolk coast with its fantastic walks, birdwatching, boating and coastal scenery, is within easy reach by car or bicycle. Within a mile of the house, gastronomic delights include Great Walsingham Barns with their award-winning café serving delicious pies, the Black Lion Inn for wonderful pub classics and the Walsingham farm shop serving local meats, tasty dishes, cakes and a great selection of groceries. The cosy nearby pubs in Wighton and Warham also serve excellent meals and beverages.

The nearby village of Little Walsingham, home to the shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, has been a major site of pilgrimage since medieval times when it is said that Richeldis De Faverches, a local noblewoman, received visions from the Virgin Mary. The village is full of historical interest including the ruins of the Abbey, the court house which was in use until the 1970s and the county bridewell which was a prison which closed in 1861. The garden and grounds surrounding the Walsingham Abbey ruins are very popular for walking all year round but particularly special in early spring when a wonderful display of acres of snowdrops cover the grounds.

 

 

Accommodation

  • Sleeps x7
  • Single beds x1
  • Kingsize beds x2
  • Zip and link beds x1
  • Reception rooms x3
  • Total Bathrooms x3
  • Ensuites x2

Equipment

  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Iron & board
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Freeview/Freesat

Property

  • Fire - Woodburner
  • Heating - Oil
  • Parking x3
  • Courtyard
  • Garden
  • Children allowed
  • Dogs allowed x1 (£20)

Check availability

Note: 7 day bookings for this cottage start on a Friday

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  • Number of nights:

  • Sun 17th Mar
    Sun 24th Mar
    Stays cannot start on a Sunday
     
  • Mon 18th Mar
    Mon 25th Mar
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  • Tue 19th Mar
    Tue 26th Mar
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  • Wed 20th Mar
    Wed 27th Mar
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  • Thu 21st Mar
    Thu 28th Mar
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  • Fri 22nd Mar
    Fri 29th Mar
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  • Sat 23rd Mar
    Sat 30th Mar
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If you would rather book by phone, please call 01263 741777 between 9:30am and 5:00pm