You are on the "Accommodation" page of Mog's Cottage, in Cromer on the Norfolk coast.
The kitchen, breakfast area and living room are on the ground floor, with the living room opening onto the west facing courtyard, an ideal place to catch the afternoon sun and eat al fresco.
On the first floor a small landing leads to the dining room and third bedroom. A few more stairs lead up to the twin bedroom and a second small staircase leads to the bathroom and main bedroom, which has an attractive view of the church across the pan-tiled roofs of Cromer. There are two points on the stairs where head clearance is low, and the dining room and main bedroom have reduced head clearance along the edges of the rooms.
Garden furniture provides seating for 6 in the courtyard.
Mog's Cottage does not have dedicated parking. It is accessed via a quiet one way lane that means passing traffic is minimal. Guests can stop in the lane to unload shopping, baggage or people, but cannot leave vehicles there unattended. On-street parking is available at either end of the lane and public car parking facilities are 5 minutes walk away. In practice parking is not a problem, and cars can usually be parked within a minute or so's stroll from the cottage, the notable exception to this being Carnival week, when parking is at a premium.
Mog's Cottage has terrestrial Freeview TV (not all channels are available in the Cromer region) and a DVD player.
Mog's Cottage is tall and thin, with several short staircases that double back on each other. In total there has 27 steps, making it unsuitable for the elderly or people with impared movement. If this is a concern you can see pictures of the staircases here.
You can see the layout of Mog's Cottage on this floorplan.
Mog's Cottage dining room - the main dining room, which is in addition to a small eating area adjacent to the kitchen