This ground floor, 19th century chapel conversion sits peacefully in the rural village of Magdalen in Norfolk.
A delightful base for couples seeking to tour the countryside, coastline and market towns of Norfolk.
Stunning Victorian tiles welcome you into The Old Chapel head into the spacious, open sitting room which features the original floorboards of the chapel, retaining much of its fascinating character.
The room boasts refreshing, high ceilings and light-filled windows, making it a delightful spot to kick back on the vintage leather sofas with the TV on.
The compact, cosy double bedroom rests to the other side of the sitting room, dressed in warming red, a peaceful place where you can catch your much-needed rest after a day of exploring this wonderful area.
A sumptuous bathroom with rustic wooden panelling and stylish tiles lies adjacent.
Rustle up your meals in the charm-filled kitchen/diner, well-equipped with solid oak units and a lovely dining table set for two to sit and enjoy a glass of wine.
An enclosed gravel area lies to the back of the property, set with ample seating so you can bring friends along to enjoy a refreshing drink or perhaps some alfresco dining.
Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen is a calm and quiet village, a friendly pub sits just around the corner from the property.
Nearby there is much to see and do, the characterful market town of Downham Market with its selection of quaint shops is just six miles away.
The wonderful seaside town of Hunstanton is also accessible for a fun-filled day out, as is the Thetford Forest Park showcasing a number of paths and trails to walk or cycle along.
A beautifully unique property in a fantastic Norfolk location.
About the location
WIGGENHALL ST MARY MAGDALEN
Downham Market 6 miles; King’s Lynn 10 miles.
The rural Norfolk village of Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen sits on the banks of the River Great Ouse, within an area known as The Fens. The village is known locally as Magdalen, and the area is characterised by the level agricultural fields, which are protected by drainage channels that carry water out to the Wash. Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen is situated 6 miles from the market town of Downham Market and 10 miles from the historic maritime town of King's Lynn, which has been used as the location for several period films and TV productions. The West and North Norfolk coastline are within easy travelling distance, where you will find many villages and towns, including Hunstanton, and several RSPB sites. Inland is Sandringham Estate, where house tours and attractive gardens can be enjoyed, whilst travelling in the opposite direction will bring you to Wisbech, Ely, Peterborough and Cambridge. Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen is an ideal base for exploring Norfolk.