To the rear of the cottage is a spacious enclosed garden, mainly laid to lawn with flower beds and mature trees.
The garden is secluded and offers plenty of seating. It is the perfect spot for lunch or sipping a glass of wine in the evening, enjoying the peaceful surroundings. Listen to the whistles from the nearby Walsingham Light Railway & the diverse wildlife.
There is plenty of space for the kids to play and run around.
At the front of the cottage is a five-bar gate leading to a shingled driveway. This offers parking for two cars.
Parking & EV Charging
Chapel Cottage offers off road parking for two cars. The gateway is wide enough for a large 4x4. Further parking is available close by, opposite the Warham Horseshoes, should you need it.
An increasing number of our guests have hybrid or fully electric vehicles. We are delighted to have recently installed an Andersen 7kw electric vehicle (EV) charging point, so that our guests are able to plug in & charge their vehicle overnight.
Model: Andersen A2. 7kw EV Charger, 8.5m tethered cable with Type 2 connector.
There is a large bicycle shed in the garden at the cottage, so that guests wishing to cycle around the Norfolk countryside have someone to keep their equipment out of the weather.
Exploring Norfolk on two wheels is very popular and so we wanted to be able to provide guests with somewhere dry & secure to store their bikes.
"Chapel Cottage was our base for our recent holiday in North Norfolk. It is in the little village of Warham and just a few minutes drive from the town of Wells-Next-to-the-Sea. This delightful cottage had everything we could want (I had to drag my son away from the toys provided), my husband was kept happy as he had wifi and my mum had more than enough books to read. The beds were extremely comfy, and the kitchen was very well equipped. However there is a pub just across the road should you wish not to cook. From the cottage it was easy to reach Morston Quay to watch the Seals, Sherringham park for the easter hunt and Wells to enjoy a lovely walk to Holkham beach where we were lucky enough to see the seals from the beach. The owners Helen and Ian couldn’t have been more helpful."