Little Saltings (sleeps 8) – Brancaster Holiday Cottage


Little Saltings , Brancaster Holiday Cottage











6244482128_0be2b77dc0_bIf you are looking for a Brancaster Holiday Cottage that is a little different, then Little Saltings truly is in a unique position, it is situated at the end of a track right on the coastal path.

The entire property sits in a Conservation Area, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and abuts a designated SSSI, Ramsar site and SPA to the north and west. The Coast Path is also right on your doorstep.

From the deck overlooking the garden you can sit and watch geese, barn owls and all manner of migratory birds from the comfort of your chair.  And of course the amazing sunsets.

The famous National Trust beach at Brancaster is so close you will be able to hear the sea when the tide is high.

The property sleeps up to 8 but it has the option of renting Brancaster Cottage  which is next door, to a maximum of 10 people. (Please note other guests may be renting this property during your stay)  Perfect for multi generational holidays, or just if Granny and Grandpa wanted a bit of space!  

The house has a homely feel and is somewhere you can relax and not worry about children, they will love exploring the gardens. This really is a special Brancaster holiday cottage.

It is a bird watcher’s and wildlife lover’s paradise.

Just a short walk in the opposite direction into the village you will find The Ship pub.  The Coasthopper Bus stop is just at the top of the road giving you total freedom to explore the coast whilst leaving your car behind.



Access over the deck to front door:

Little saltings Kitchen

Little saltings Kitchen


Little Saltings really is situated in the most idyllic position, right at the end of an unmade track nestling under the sea defences.  The next stop is the salt marshes and the sea beyond, you cannot stay much closer to the beach.

The property owns the surrounding salt marshes, over 10 acres in all and these are a wildlife haven for all manner of birds and mammals.  You will almost certainly see either Marsh Harriers, Buzzards, geese and if you are  very lucky Simon the Barn Owl with his nightly fly pasts.

The gardens are fenced and reasonably secure although you may have to watch escape artist dogs as some parts are hedged.

The deck leading from the kitchen and sitting room is wonderful.  On a warm night you can fold back the doors and really let the wilderness in.  There is no light pollution so star gazing on a clear night is just amazing.

The walk to the beach will take you around 10/15 minutes There is parking to the front for three or four cars. 

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