No 1 The Warren is situated at the end of a small group of cottages, built in 1840, about 50 yards from the beach. The cottages were occupied first by fishermen,then around WWII by coastguards. There are two rooms upstairs, a double and single bedroom. The downstairs has living room, dining room, kitchen, shower/toilet, and twin bedroom with reading-room and entrance lobby. The cottage has efficient central heating, and there is a gas fire in the sitting room. The cottage is fully double glazed.
The upstairs double room has a four-poster style bed (see illustration). The single upstairs bedroom, has a single bed, a cot, also a dolls' house and a fine view of the sea. Please note that the stairs, as in many older properties, are both steep and narrow, and unsuitable for disabled or very elderly people. They are, however, equipped with a stairgate for the safety of young children.
The sitting room has two sofas, a chaise longue and a television. The kitchen is well equipped for five people, with modern cooker, fridge/ freezer and microwave. But please note there is no dishwasher or washing machine. The dining room is cosy and comfortable, and has a selection of board games and books. None of the living spaces of the cottage are large, but they are many. There is space for children to play quietly and for adults to read or relax separately from a main group.
To the rear of the cottage is a secluded mature garden, secure for all but the most determined children and dogs. There is a gated yard to the front, which opens into a larger yard, also gated, which is shared by the other cottages, all set behind a strong Norfolk flint wall. No 1 The Warren has a single parking-space. There is parking for further vehicles nearby in the village.