A chocolate box, 300-year-old thatched cottage situated in Blofield on the outskirts of Brundall, only a short distance from the centre of Norwich, the coast and the Norfolk Broads.
Oozing with character, Little Timbers is a wonderful place for the whole family to come together, but is equally suited for travellers wanting somewhere special to return to.
The lounge/diner is filled with warmth and charm; including sumptuous sofas, whilst a traditional dining table lies to the back of the room, set up for six people.
There is a homely kitchen close by, complete with stylish unit, and a splash of colour which compliments the interior wholeheartedly.
After a relaxing night in, choose from one of the tasteful bedrooms, each divided between the ground and first floor.
Two doubles are classically presented and even come with their very own shower, so you can get ready at ease when the sunrises.
If you are looking for somewhere more enchanting, the master suite is beautifully designed, overlooked by full ceiling beams, which also grace the walls for an inspiring finish.
A roll-top bath is tucked into the corner of the room and the whole layout includes a real quirky twist.
Outside you can make the most of the lawned garden, a lovely little suntrap to gather for a barbecue or a chance to be at one with the calming surroundings.
Nearby, Brundall features a number of shops, bars and restaurant to accompany your evenings, and for much more, Norwich boasts some of the finest buildings in Britain, with two cathedrals, a Norman castle and several large houses.
There are also art galleries, museums, theatres and cinemas, as well as beautiful parks and gardens.
Not forgetting excellent shopping facilities.
Little Timbers is well-appointed for this assorted destination.
About the location
Acle 5.2 miles; Norwich 8 miles.
Blofield is a village and civil parish in the Broadland district of Norfolk, England. The parish includes Blofield and the hamlets of Blofield Heath and Blofield Corner. Village amenities include the Kings Head public house, Blofield County Primary School, a library, newsagent, post office/convenience store, an outdoor leisure/camping store, and a farm shop. It is on the A47, five miles (8 km) east of Norwich and 14 miles (23 km) west of Great Yarmouth. Nearby, Brundall is a large village on the banks of the River Yare in the heart of the Norfolk Broads.The village is home to a number of shops, bars and restaurants and has a railway station on the Norwich to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft line. Just eight miles from Brundall is the magnificent city of Norwich. Norwich boasts some of the finest buildings in Britain, with two cathedrals, a Norman castle and several large houses. Elm Hill is one of the oldest streets in Norwich, with beautiful cobblestones and Tudor houses, some now home to independent shops.