A cosy bungalow within the owners' grounds, at the edge of the Bylaugh Park Estate, in the pretty Norfolk hamlet of Bylaugh.
One of two holiday cottages on the site, this well-equipped holiday home provides spacious and bright accommodation, and a raised patio with furniture, ideal for relaxing after a day out.
Guests also have shared use of a large lawned garden with woodland views.
Just a few minutes' walk away are several fishing lakes, as well as free river fishing (in season) on stretches of the River Wensum, also an ideal spot for picnics and swimming on hot summer days, plus with trout fishing available at Billingford or Narborough, this is a great cottage for avid fishermen.
There are excellent walking, cycling, wildlife and birdwatching opportunities in the area, such as at Bawdeswell Heath, 37 acres of heath and woodland.
The market town of Dereham is 3 miles away and offers golfing, a sports centre with swimming pool, tennis, a cinema and an array of shops, pubs and restaurants.
A lovely Bylaugh cottage, and an excellent base from which to explore Norfolk.
Note: This cottage is next to Ref. 12078 and together they accommodate 4 people.
All ground floor.
One double bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Shared outside utility room.
About the location
Dereham 3 miles.
Bylaugh is a tiny hamlet with a Saxon round towered church, nestling by the River Wensum, located between the villages of Swanton Morley and Bawdeswell. Both villages, each 1.5 miles away, have village stores and public houses with restaurants. Swanton Morley also has a butcher’s/delicatessen and village bakery. The large market town of Dereham offers an array of shops and supermarkets, a sports centre, cinema, church, museums, and the Mid Norfolk Heritage Railway. A traditional weekly market is held on Tuesday and Friday in the market square. The city of Norwich with its bars, restaurants, cathedral and castle, is 16 miles. There is plenty of walking, fishing and cycling in the area, which is within reasonable driving distance of Sandringham, the Norfolk Showground, Pensthorpe or even the glorious coastline.