Where Are We?

Snettisham is a most attractive village on the shores of the Wash, comprising a pleasant blend of old and pretty carrstone cottages and newer homes. It has its own beach from which you can sail, windsurf or swim.


The cottage is located in the centre of Snettisham in close proximity to the village shops, pubs, restaurants, playing fields and Church. In the village there’s a good choice of local shops and pubs that serve excellent food. One of the notable pubs is the Rose and Crown, which has won many awards including the prestigious “British Pub of the Year 2015”. Also in Snettisham is The Old Bank Restaurant which won the Good Food Guide Best Local Restaurant in the UK 2019. Snettisham offers something for everyone, no matter your age, no matter the weather. It is handily placed for the larger traditional holiday resort of Hunstanton to the North and the old town of King’s Lynn to the South.


Also close are the famous sandy beaches at Brancaster, Holme next the Sea, and Thornham. Other attractions nearby include the Royal Estate of Sandringham surrounded by numerous picture postcard carrstone cottage villages. Norfolk Lavender at Heacham, bird watching at the nearby RSPB Reserves of Snettisham and Titchwell where visitors are always welcome and Thetford Forest with its fabulous walks and wildlife. Snettisham is a perfect location for discovering both historic West Norfolk and the beautiful North Norfolk Coast with its beaches, golf courses, walks, bird watching, sailing, etc.


For the shoppers Burnham Market offers high quality shopping in a Georgian setting while Swaffham boasts its attractive triangular market place which on Saturdays hosts its famous open-air market and public auction.


From Snettisham it is an easy drive to the visitor attractions in the neighbouring counties, Ely, Cambridge, Newmarket and the Duxford Imperial War Museum with its unique aircraft collection and the Thursford Spectacular to name but a few.

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