King’s Lynn 4 miles.
The Hayloft offers a lovely, peaceful country retreat, perfectly situated between Thetford Forest, with all its events, outdoor activities and facilities, and the popular North Norfolk Coast.
Located within the owner’s grounds, this first floor accommodation provides a quiet retreat for couples and friends alike who wish to explore the Norfolk countryside.
The large open plan living area offers comfortable, spacious studio accommodation which opens out on to a small balcony overlooking paddocks, perfect for relaxing with a glass of wine as the sun sets after a day out exploring.
The local area is popular for ramblers and nature lovers with its extensive network of winding rivers and forests.
Close by you will find a range of golf clubs and places to fish and there are also miles of country roads and bridle paths for cycling, as well as some excellent off road cycling in forests.
Nearby in the village of Watlington there is a fantastic traditional pub which serves good food and the village also benefits from a Post Office and a railway station with regular trains to nearby King’s Lynn, Ely, Cambridge and London.
The property is conveniently located between the popular market town of Downham Market and the well served town of King’s Lynn.
This wonderful cottage is ideal for couples and friends looking for a quiet escape and wishing to explore this lovely part of Norfolk.
All first floor. Open plan studio accommodation with super king-size double bed (zip/link, can be twin on request) with sofa bed, kitchen, dining area and sitting area leading to balcony. Shower room with shower, basin and WC.
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.