Cosy Corner is on a quiet village road in Stanhoe, about
five miles inland from Brancaster on the North Norfolk coast, as shown on Google
The cottage is comfortable at any time of the year. There are squashy sofas and an open fire for the winter, a quiet garden and shady spots for the summer. It's maintained to a high standard by our housekeeper and our handyman, and we use it ourselves several times a year. It's a relaxing place, but you can bring your buckets and spades, bikes and kites - there's plenty of space for them in the sun room, and if you love to walk the coastal path in winter then kick off your muddy boots there while you thaw out in front of a big log fire.
This site tells you how to book Cosy Corner, and the calendar shows the dates available and the cost per week. We've kept everything simple and straightforward - bed linen, towels, electricity, logs and coal are all included. Our overheads are lower than those of big holiday companies so we have been able to reduce our rate by 10% since we started to manage the lettings ourselves.
For more photos of the area see the website of Jonathan Warren, who regularly stays at Cosy Corner with his family.