If you've got a baby, a cot can be provided at this cottage
If you've got a baby, a highchair is available at this cottage
If you've got a baby, a highchair can be requested at this cottage
Available for short breaks
Winter short breaks can be booked at Broom Cottage
This cottage has the towels and linen included
No need to wash-up - use the dishwasher
Watch some DVDs during your stay at Broom Cottage
You have 2 bathrooms at Broom Cottage
You can expect a good level of quality and comfort at Broom Cottage
Reviews of Broom Cottage
The holiday cottage of "Broom Cottage" can be found in East Rudham in Norfolk. Sleeping 4 people in 2 bedrooms. The accommodation consists of: Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar. Sitting room with dining area and woodburner. Electric panel heaters with woodburner. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, iPod dock, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs.
A family sized holiday cottage near Fakenham, Broom Cottage could be the one for you.
These are the reviews for Broom Cottage. There are 14 reviews.
Thank you for the logs . . . . we enjoying making use of the log burner. Great location for birdwatching. Mr Baker (February 2019)
The wood burner makes it cosy in the evenings and the enclosed garden is a great benefit, especially if you have dogs. The location is quiet and peaceful although just a few minutes walk to the Rainbow shop and the Crown pub, both excellent, plus the wonderful coastline and the many pretty North Norfolk towns and villages all within easy reach. Ms Janes (September 2018)
Very picturesque and pretty. Great base for exploring the North Norfolk coast. Wells about 15 minutes away. The cottage was tastefully decorated with neutral walls and furnishings. Internet fast and strong (an essentail these days!). The kitchen was well laid out with everything you would expect in a modern home. Clean and very functional. The village was pretty with an excellent pub and Cafe. The pub was very tasteful with friendly staff. The holiday was very restful and our lovely Cavestie enjoyed the enclosed and safe back garden. Will use again. Mr Wilson (September 2018)
Pub is good but the prices are slightly above average. Mr Scanlan (September 2018)
Perfect for families with youngish kids, probably wouldn't recommend for four adults or families with older kids especially if they are tall. The back garden and patio were much bigger than expected which was nice. The kitchen was well equipped and everything was clean. Having read previous reviews we turned up with towels, dishcloths, tea towels and Cillit Bang mould remover etc but didn't need any of them. Handy for the north Norfolk coast including old Hunstanton, Brancaster and Cromer, our favourite was Wells / Holkham Bay but it was all lovely. The village of East Rudham is lovely too, with an excellent butcher who smokes his own bacon and the Rainbow Stores is brilliant too. The kids want to go back next year! Mr Holt (August 2018)
Only negative was they could do with replacing the sofa and shower. Miss Wale (July 2018)
We enjoyed visiting the beaches locally. We enjoyed seeing Walsingham and we also visited Holt. The cottage fulfilled our needs perfectly. Thank you very much. Mrs Chadwick (July 2018)
Cottage was smaller than expected But we managed The garden was over grow with weeds and brambles While we were out Someone came and cleared some of the weeds I think we should have been informed that they were coming Or should have been done on change over day There was also a lot of rubbish left outside the property We did clear up and get rid of most of it when bin men come But you don’t expect to clear other people’s rubbish Mr Eade (July 2018)
Very well equipped. Peaceful area and great for long walks with the dogs. However the garden really needs urgent attention, could do with another 2 seater sofa rather than the single chair especially if there are 4 people staying. Baking trays need renewing !!! We took our own sun loungers, pleased we did as the ones there were very dirty. Mrs Blowers (July 2018)
Very overgrown bushes and plants. Stinging nettles weeds and brambles all around the garden back and front. The cottage could have been cleaner. Dried dog food at the side of the fridge. Skirting boards very dirty. Shower cubicle by the sink disgustingly dirty. Second bedroom very basic. No wardrobe and put u up beds. Which were actually conformable. At truly gorgeous little cottage and in a very quiet location in a lovely village. Suitable really for two. Not suitable for a family of four. As there is not enough storage in the bedrooms and only one sofa and a single chair in the lounge. We had a lovely week in Norfolk and the weather was lovely too. My son hit he's head many times on the low door frames. So you must be careful of that. Mrs Gibbs (June 2018)
We only had one toilet roll in the bathroom. There were no bin bags in the kitchen, towels, dish clothes, or hand soap.After banging my head a couple of times on the door frame you do remember to duck. It was quite central to everywhere. We will definately visit Norfolk again, and stay at the cottage with the changes done. The only down side to the holiday, we broke down on the way home but it was our last day, and we got home with thanks to the AA. This is our second time through Sykes and we will use them again next time. Mr Hall (June 2018)
More than that in the small bedroom there is quite a lot of mould at the head of the bed and the inhabitant is therefore breathing in spores. It was a nice little cottage for two although the shower was very small and the kitchen could have done with a few more kitchen instruments. I liked the cottage but not the damp in several places. Mrs Wintersmith (April 2018)
The smell of damp in the kitchen was very strong and so I had a good look around to find there was a bowl under the sink overflowing with stagnant water complete with spores. I tried to remove the bowl but soon realised the S bend was obstructing it. Also I was mindful of causing a greater problem. I contacted you but did not hear further. I also tried to contact the owner but did not get a response. On the Monday I contacted you again and soon heard from the owner who then came over to deal with the problem. She arranged for a plumber to call the next day to fully resolve the matter. However the main issue here is that I should not have been faced with this problem. The management and cleaning is clearly lacking and it was quite apparent the bowl of water had been there for some time. I appreciate the weekly rent was quite reasonable but there is a minimum standard and quite honestly I felt that some furnishing was tired and dated ie bed and sofa. Mr Fisher (March 2018)
The cottage is hidden away down a slightly bumpy but gorgeous little back lane away from traffic but within a short walk of the village. It had most of the things we look for including wifi, a dishwasher and freeview TV as well as a woodburner. Shower was good although a bath would be perfect. The village has an excellent gastropub, a teashop with homemade cakes and local crafts and a small grocery shop. We can't wait to come back. 817ziggy (May 2015)
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