General

  • WiFi
  • Mooring
  • Pet Friendly
  • Fishing

Sukie is a traditional Broads chalet situated between Martham and Potter Heigham. It has 17 metres of river frontage making it suitable for mooring a boat and/or fishing.

Its situation is perfect for exploring the northern broads of Hickling, Martham and Horsey (the latter being only a 20 minute walk from the beach). It should be noted that the height of Potter Heigham bridge makes it difficult for large motor cruisers to access this area, which keeps this part of the River Thurne particularly quiet.

Sukie sleeps up to 6 in 3 bedrooms (2 double rooms and 1 bunk bedroom), is has a light and airy sitting/dining room with French windows onto attractive decked area. It has open views of the river to the front and uninterrupted views across the water meadow to the rear.

Important: Sukie is accessible by boat or on foot only. Car parking is available at Potter Heigham & Martham, 10-15 minute walk to property (approx. £15 car park fee per week).

Bedrooms & Bathrooms

2 x double bedrooms.

1 x bunk bedroom.

Family bathroom with shower, wash basin & WC.

Pets

Pet friendly - £30 per week, £20 per short break (max. 1).

Terms & Conditions

25% deposit is required on booking, balance is due 8 weeks beforehand.

Sorry, no smoking.

Check in - 4pm & check out is 10am.

Weekly breaks: Sat - Sat or Tues - Tues
Weekend breaks 3 nights: Sat - Tues
Midweek breaks 4 nights: Tues - Sat

Location Information

Lathams department store in Potter Heigham village - short walk away.

The Norfolk Coast and sandy beaches are a short drive away from the property.

There are numerous family-friendly attractions in the local area, including Wroxham Barns, BeWilderwood, Bure Valley Railway and river trips.

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Optional Extras

  • Pet friendly - £30 per week, £20 per short break (max. 1).

Terms & Conditions


General

In this Agreement any reference to the masculine includes the feminine. This Agreement is made on the basis that the Property is to be occupied by the Tenant for a holiday as mentioned in the Housing Act 1988 Schedule 1 paragraph 9 OR Housing ( Scotland ) Act 1988 Schedule 4 paragraph 8. The Tenant acknowledges that this Agreement shall not confer on the Tenant any security of tenure within the terms of that Act. Where the Tenant comprises two or more persons, obligations, expressed or implied are deemed to be made by such persons jointly and severally.

The Property

The Property is the property specified above, together with any outside space and Garden areas.

Rent

The Tenant shall pay the Rent (together with any VAT if applicable)to the Owner or his Agent as specified above.

Insurance

At all times throughout the Term the Owner shall effect suitable building insurance cover for the Property and shall insure the Landlord's fixtures, fittings and effects against loss or damage by fire and any other risks he decides to insure against from time to time, with an insurance office of repute for the full cost of reinstatement. Holiday Insurance to cover cancellation charges is advised. The Tenant must not do anything, or fail to comply with any requirement, as a result of which the policy of insurance effected by the Owner for the Property and the Owner's, fittings and effects may become void.

Use of Property

The Tenant shall use the Property for the purpose of a private holiday residence for a maximum of 6 persons only and not for any other purpose whatsoever and the Tenant must not use the Property or any part of it for any improper, immoral or illegal purposes. The use of the amenities where offered such as boat dock etc., is entirely at the user's risk and the Owner and the Agent will not accept responsibility for injury to the Tenant, his guests and third parties or loss or damage to their belongings, vehicle or its contents belonging to the Tenant or any member of his party howsoever caused.

Quiet Possession

The Owner and his Agent agrees not to interrupt or interfere with the Tenant's right to quiet possession and enjoyment of the Property.

Subletting

The Tenant must not assign, underlet or part with or share possession of the Property or any part of it.

Nuisance

The Tenant shall not (nor allow others to) cause nuisance or annoyance to the Owner, Agent, other tenants or any neighbours.

Toilet use and Maintenance

The Tenant shall be responsible for checking the toilet tank warning light on a daily basis (found under the sink in the kitchen). Whenever the orange warning light is illuminated, the Tenant shall immediately hang the letter “E” provided, on the barrel on the front of the quay heading so that the tank may be emptied promptly (normally on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays). The Tenant shall have due regard for the fact that from the point of illumination of the orange light, about 20 flushes remain before the tank is full, the red light illuminates and the toilet becomes inoperable until such time as the tank is emptied.

Damage and Maintenance

The Tenant shall not (nor allow others to) cause any damage or injury to the exterior, structure or any part of the Property or adjoining property. The Tenant shall keep any fixtures, fittings and effects of the Owner in good repair and condition and must replace any damaged fixtures, fittings and effects with similar articles of at least equal value, reasonable wear and tear and damage by accidental fire excepted. The Tenant must not move any items of furniture from room to room in the Property and must replace in its original position any furniture that is moved within rooms. The Tenant must keep free from all blockages and obstructions all baths, sinks, lavatories, cisterns or pipes. The Tenant must not display notices, advertisements or generally obstruct the windows or elsewhere on the Property. The Tenant shall not (nor allow others to) make any alterations or additions to the Property or its decorations, fixtures or fittings and the Tenant shall not (nor allow others to) remove any of the items specified in the inventory or any of the Owner's possessions, from the Property.

Pets

The Tenant shall not keep or allow pets of any kind at the Property without the express permission of the Owner Landlord. If any pets are permitted they must be kept under strict control at all times and must not be left unattended in the Property. The Tenant will be responsible for all damage caused by the pet.

Reporting Disrepair

The Tenant must report to the Owner any disrepair or defect in respect of the Property or the fixtures and fittings and report any failure of mechanical or electrical appliances.

End of the Term

The Tenant must deliver up the Property at the end of the Term in the same clean state and condition it was in at the beginning of the Term, reasonable wear and tear is acceptable.

Rights of Access

The Tenant must allow the Owner, his agent or contractors access to the Property at reasonable hours during the day, to inspect the condition of the Property or to carry out repairs or other works to the Property that may be necessary during the Term pursuant to the Owner's repairing obligations or to carry out maintenance of the appliances or to execute all work necessary to remedy the Tenant's breach of any covenant contained in this Agreement regarding repair, maintenance or decoration. The Owner shall normally give at least 24 hours' notice but the Tenant shall give immediate access in an emergency.

Safety Regulations

The Owner confirms that all furniture and furnishings comply with the relevant fire safety regulations. The Landlord confirms that all electrical appliances and equipment supplied by him are safe so as not to cause danger.

Property Features

  • 2 x double bedrooms.
  • 1 x bunk bedroom.
  • Family bathroom with shower, WC & hand basin.
  • Fully equipped kitchen - Oven with 4 ring hob, fridge, separate freezer & microwave.
  • Kitchens are fully stocked with all of the equipment & utensils.
  • Open plan living & dining area.
  • TV & DVD player.
  • Dining table with seating for 6.
  • French doors open onto private terrace.
  • Unfenced garden - children beware.
  • Direct access to the river - perfect for fishing (during fishing season).
  • Electic heating throughout & included in the price.
  • Bedding & bed linen provided.
  • Beds are made up for your arrival.
  • Please bring your own towels.
  • No smoking.
  • Pet friendly - £30 per week & £20 per short break (max. 1).
  • WIFI available.
  • Please note: The property is accessed on foot or by boat - parking is available at Potter Heigham & Martham, 10-15 minute walk to property (approx. £15 car park fee per week).

Local Fishing Information

Barton Broad

Important Information

  • Fishing available from the property.
  • The variety of fish on the Broads include: pike, carp, eel, bream, roach, trench, perch and rudd.
  • A National Rivers Authority Licence is required, this can be purchased from the Post Office.
  • Fishing available during open season. Closed season is between 15th March - 15th June.

Local Attractions

Horsey Mill on the Norfolk Broads

Potter Heigham Village - Approx. 10-15 minute walk to the village where amenities include Flour and Bean Coffee Shop, Lathams, Potter Fish Bar and Restaurant, Potter Tea Room, Bangers and Beverages. Local pubs include The Norada Pub & Restaurant and The Falgate Inn.

Pretty Norfolk Broads Villages & market towns nearby - Horning, Coltishall, Wroxham, Ludham.

Museum of the Broads - Visit here to discover the history of the Broads. Picnic area next to the river, dog-friendly. Open Sunday - Friday from 10am - 4.30pm.

Cycle routes in the Norfolk Broads - There are miles of cycle routes on the Norfolk Broads to enjoy. The Three Rivers Way is a purpose-built cycle route that connects Hoveton and Horning.

Bike Hire - Broads By Cycle offers bike hire in several pick-up and drop-off docking areas.

Great Yarmouth - Norfolk's premier sea-side resort. There are miles of golden sandy beaches, traditional sea-side amusements, a pleasure beach with rides and adventure golf and plenty of pubs/cafes/restaurants.

Norwich - Just under 30 minutes away.

Wildlife - The Broads is home to a large number of species including seals, otters, water vole and chinese water deer.

Birds - There are many rare species of bird that have made the Broads their home, including bitterns, kingfishers, grebes, marsh harriers and warblers.

Nature Reserves - Hickling Broad, Ranworth Broad, Upton Broad and Marshes, Cockshoot Broad, Barton Broad, Martham Broad, Thorpe Marshes and Alderfen Broad.

Family Days Out - Bewilderwood, Bure Valley Steam Railway, Fairhaven Water Garden, Hippodrome Circus, Hollywood Indoor Adventure Golf, Sea Life Centre, Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, Wroxham Miniature Worlds, Wroxham Barns.

Boat Hire - The best way to explore the Broads is by boat! A day boat is included in the hire of Coot Lodge, excluding school holidays.

Canoe & Kayak Hire - Canoes and kayaks are available to hire in many locations on the Broads.