Thie-My-Chree is Manx Gaelic and literally translated means 'house of my heart' or 'home' and this property is a comfortable home from home. It is a deceptively spacious two-bedroomed bungalow surrounded by an attractive well-stocked garden, set back from the road in a quiet village location. The property is comfortably furnished with good quality furniture and fittings. There are several interesting walks from the front door, including Dersingham Common and Dersingham Bog which is a National Nature Reserve, and the property is well placed to explore the surrounding area. Shop: 0.50 miles Pub: 0.75 miles
Sitting Room attractively furnished with comfortable seating, flat screen LCD TV, DVD and CD player
Kitchen with electric cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and archway to
Conservatory with dining table and chairs, flat screen LCD tv, DVD player
Bedroom 1 with a king-size bed, and door to
Garden Room fully glazed with blinds, clothes rail, ironing board and door to garden
Bedroom 2 with twin beds
Shower Room with open sided, walk-in shower cubicle (no handrails) - there is a high step into cubicle, washbasin and wc
Garden: Good-size front garden with lawn, south-east facing rear courtyard garden with table and chairs.
Parking: Shingled drive with space for up to five vehicles.
Also Provided: Towels. DVDs. CDs, books and games. WiFi.
Notes: This is a non-smoking property. Mobile signal - strong.
Dersingham nestles in the embrace of the Royal Estate of Sandringham and is surrounded by beautiful countryside and woodland. There are many fine examples of the local carrstone and flint architecture to be found within this thriving village which is rich in history. A good choice of local beaches, the nearest at Snettisham is only two miles away, with the coastal resorts of North and West Norfolk readily accessible. The area offers good walking and cycling opportunities and if ornithology is a passion then Dersingham boasts its own English Nature Reserve, with Holme - Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Titchwell and Snettisham - RSPB reserves a short distance away. The village has a wide variety of local shops and pubs, which serve food.
- Sleeps 4
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- Pet free property
- Private parking
- All on one level
- Ground floor bedroom
- Bed linen included
- Towels included
- Washing machine
- No smoking
- 2 miles from the coast
- 0.75 mile from nearest pub
- 0.5 mile from nearest shop
Thoroughly enjoyable stay. Couldn’t ask for a better equipped and comfortable property. Mrs A Slater - 29th April 2018
We return to it year after year....so clearly we love it!Mr Brian Rennie - 27th March 2018
Exactly as described. Well-maintained, clean and extraordinarily well-equipped.C Smith - 4th September 2017
A lovely property which was clean, comfortable and well equipped. Another NCC success! Have used Norfolk Country Cottages for a number of years and definitely recommend them.Mrs K Stringfellow - 29th August 2017
Excellent as always! Mrs Lorraine Baker - 31st July 2017
We love it - as you know since we keep coming back. Mr Brian Rennie - 28th March 2017
All aspects of the stay were very good.Mr PHILIP DAVIDSON - 14th November 2016
Very comfortable cottage, excellent information provided, good equipment. Kitchen well equipped and easy to use. We really liked the conservatory dining room.Mr Michael Dolton - 22nd August 2016
Location was perfect near to Sandringham, beach and market towns. Really enjoyed our stay.Mrs M Brooks - 24th July 2016
Quiet peaceful location, home from home.Mr D.j. Taylor - 7th July 2016
Thie-My-Chree is located in a very pleasant village with good amenities and eateries etc. The location is good for Sandringham and HunstantonMrs D Birks - 26th October 2015
Lovely comfortable cottage, well equipped with everything you could want.Mrs Lynn Holland - 5th October 2015
Thank you for a wonderful holiday. We appreciated the high standard of the property and the little touches by your company. This was our first visit to Norfolk and have fallen in love with the County, we shall be back.Mrs V Bounden - 18th January 2014