Little Beck Cottage is a self-contained, ground floor getaway nestled in a beautiful rural location, four miles from the attractive Norfolk town of Harleston.
With welcoming open-plan living, this is a splendid return for avid walkers and cyclists to enjoy.
Based on the owner's grounds, step up towards this property and into a handy area to hang up your coats and kick off your muddy boots.
Step into the spacious open-plan living room and find the cosy sitting area benefiting from a stunning electric fire and a TV with a wide range of DVDs provided by the owner - the perfect night in after an exhausting day of adventure.
A modern dining table set for four sits at the side of the room whilst the kitchen area boasts rustic wooden units and the necessary appliances to make use of.
Adjacent to this room is the bright and complete the accomodation at The Annex.
When the sun comes out, rustle up a delicious BBQ on the patio with the refreshing country air to top it off.
Head to nearby Harleston where you will find a selection of wonderful amenities as well as a local museum which is worth a look on a rainy day.
The surrounding area offers something for everybody to enjoy, from glorious coastline and breath-taking countryside to the striking city of Norwich.
Little Beck Cottage boasts an excellent location for those wishing to explore all that this wondrous region can offer.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Shower room with a basin and WC. Open-plan living room with a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area with an electric fire.
About the location
Pulham St Mary 3 miles; Bungay 8 miles; Beccles 13 miles; Norwich 19 miles; Southwold 21 miles.
Located on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, Harleston nestles in the beautiful Waveney Valley within easy reach of the Suffolk Heritage Coast and with endless beautiful towns and villages just a short drive away. This friendly town offers ancient inns, charming individual shops, good restaurants and cafes, an art gallery and local museum, and a weekly market. Enjoy antique auctions, country walks from your doorstep, angling and birdwatching. Endless day trips include the Aviation & Steam Train Museums, Castles, Cathedrals, Breweries, Vineyards, the famous Norfolk Broads, and the Sandringham Estate. Nearby Bungay boasts many historic attractions, the ruins of Bigod's Castle, Buttercross, a Spring Garden market, a Summer antiques fair and Christmas Market, attracting many people each year. A 30 minute drive to the fabulous Suffolk coast brings you to magical Southwold with its famous amber shop, and even nearer is the market town of Beccles at the head of the Broads.