King’s Lynn 5 miles.
This superb, detached ground floor barn conversion sits next to the owner’s home, on a hill overlooking paddocks, in a rural location, just five miles from the historic town of King’s Lynn.
Offering a perfect base for exploring North Norfolk, this delightful cottage has been meticulously converted to a high standard offering spacious and contemporary accommodation for a couple or small family.
From the moment you step in to the open plan living area with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams you will get a sense of light and space.
Along with a comfortable sitting area, the open plan living area offers a well-equipped kitchen and an island big enough for everyone to sit around and enjoy time together.
There are two welcoming bedrooms, a king-size double and twin, and there’s a fantastic modern bathroom.
The area not only offers a great base for exploring but also fantastic nature, walking and cycling on your doorstep.
The property is within easy travelling distance from the historic maritime town of King's Lynn, fantastic RSPB reserves and English Heritage properties, not to mention The Queen’s Sandringham Estate and Holkham Hall.
This is an excellent holiday cottage to explore rural Norfolk, yet with easy access to many popular places.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, breakfast bar and sitting area.
About the location
Snettisham 2.6 miles; Sandringham 9 miles; Hunstanton 15 miles.
King's Lynn is a historic, medieval port dating back to the 12th century, situated on the River Great Ouse. A treasure trove for history lovers, the town boasts grand merchant houses, art galleries and museums, while the Custom House, built by Henry Bell in 1683, is home to a special display of the maritime history of King's Lynn, as well as the Tourist Information Centre. The town retains its original winding streets and alleys, and boasts good shopping facilities, with a combination of national retailers and specialist shops, along with a selection of pubs and restaurants. Much of the surrounding Norfolk countryside is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the West Norfolk coastline within easy driving distance. Hunstanton, in particular, is renowned for its sunsets and lovely beaches. Boat trips are available from several points along the coast, while the Norfolk Coast Cycleway runs from King's Lynn to Cromer. The impressive Visitor Centre at The Queen's fabulous country retreat, Sandringham, is also a short drive away and well worth a visit.