This lovely end-terrace cottage is situated 200 yards from the town centre of Wymondham and within easy reach of the cathedral city of Norwich.
This welcoming holiday home is an ideal base for a couple or small family with lots to see and do in the area, including the superb Norfolk Broads, Thetford Forest Park, a number of delightful seaside towns and villages, and the railway station is a ten minute walk away, with direct trains to Norwich, Ely, Peterborough and Cambridge.
You enter this property straight into a cosy sitting room with wooden flooring and an open fire, where on chilly evenings you can enjoy the warmth the fire creates whilst you settle down and enjoy a warm drink with the company of your loved ones.
From here is the kitchen with dining area, and completing the ground floor is a shower room and a door that takes you out to a rear patio.
The first floor is reached via steep steps and on this floor are two delightful double bedrooms with plenty of storage space and both bedrooms share a bathroom.
The sun trap patio area is a great place to relax with a morning coffee or evening drink, and parking is on the road.
The town of Wymondham has something for everyone with an abbey which was built by the chief butler to Henry I as a priory in 1107, along with medieval streets, a 19th century railway station with museum, weekly market, shops and pubs.
Whilst staying at this charming cottage a visit to Norwich is a must, and with many other attractions and places to visit you will be wanting to return to this homely retreat again and again.
Two double bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
Norwich 9 miles.
The attractive town of Wymondham is ideally situated just 9 miles from Norwich and boasts numerous historic buildings. Wymondham Abbey is one of the finest and most interesting of the historic churches of East Anglia and was built by the chief butler to Henry I as a priory in 1107. The magnificently restored, 19th century railway station features an interesting museum, a fabulous gift shop, scrumptious tea room and a “Brief Encounter” themed restaurant. Peruse the medieval streets to the pretty market square with its cross dating back to 1617, browse the many Tudor shop windows or enjoy fine food at the 15th century Green Dragon Inn. Enjoy the weekly, bustling markets and in the summer months the fine gardens that are available for all to enjoy. The medieval city of Norwich, listed in the top five places to shop in Britain, boasts a wonderful blend of historic buildings and modern architecture and offers a year round programme of festivals and a buzzing nightlife. Plenty to see and do, for all the family.