Terrington St. Clements 2 miles.
Sheppard's Hut is a two-bedroom bungalow on the far outer edge of Terrington St. Clements village, in a quiet rural position with local lanes suitable for cycling, walking and watching wildlife.
This cosy and welcoming Terrington St. Clements cottage offers a well equipped kitchen, a four poster bed, and a private garden with wide open skies and far-reaching views across the Fenland fields.
The village has amenities including takeaways and pubs, while for gardeners there is an African Violet Centre.
Due to the location of this Terrington St. Clements cottage it is only a short drive to visit the local attractions in three counties; Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire.
Castle Rising offers a medieval atmosphere with its castle and nearby traditional tea rooms.
A little further is the West Norfolk coastline with RSPB sites, and the Queen's Sandringham Estate.
A lovely Terrington St. Clements cottage for any time of year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x four poster double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
TERRINGTON ST. CLEMENTS
King's Lynn 8 miles.
Terrington St. Clements is a large Norfolk village on the borders of the Lincolnshire Fens. The village has a wide selection of amenities including a supermarket, farm shop, two doctor's surgeries, post office, newsagents, bakers, Indian restaurant and takeaway, fish and chip shop, pizza parlour, Chinese takeaway, hairdressers, hardware store, two pubs, both of which serve food and a bus service to King's Lynn, Spalding and Wisbech. Local attractions include the Butterfly and Wildlife Park at Long Sutton. King's Lynn offers shopping, museums, one of which is home to Seahenge, and also the National Trust St George's Guildhall. Nearby is Peckover House and Gardens at Wisbech. Also within short travelling distance is the Queen's Sandringham Estate with its beautiful house and grounds.