This contemporary, single-storey, detached cottage is on the outskirts of the rural Norfolk village of Wood Dalling, offering fabulous self-contained accommodation that is located within the grounds of the owner's home and private six-acre specialist plant grower's nursery.
This welcoming Wood Dalling cottage provides comfortable and modern furnishings throughout, with an open plan living area with well-equipped kitchen and French doors that lead to an attractive, landscaped garden with patio, ideal for alfresco dining and relaxing in this peaceful rural part of Norfolk.
Guests to this Wood Dalling cottage can enjoy the quiet rural lanes surrounding this cottage, making it an ideal area for walkers and cyclists.
The village of Wood Dalling benefits from a small village shop with a Post Office and the nearby village of Heydon offers tea rooms and a welcoming 16th century village pub with its own restaurant.
Just a few miles from Wood Dalling are the attractive, rural market towns of Aylsham and Holt, both of which are well worth a visit.
Guests will have plenty to keep them busy with several National Trust properties within easy reach and the wonderful Norfolk Broads and coastline just a short drive away.
Here you can enjoy visiting the many cheerful, seaside towns along the way and perhaps even try a river boat trip or relax on one of the many quiet, sandy beaches.
There is something to cater for all family members in this wonderful area.
This is a lovely Wood Dalling cottage and the ideal base for a fun-filled family holiday in Norfolk.
About the location
Holt 8.5 miles; Aylsham 8.5 miles; Sheringham 13 miles
Sitting amid the peaceful North Norfolk rolling countryside is the hidden scattered rural village of Wood Dalling with a 13th century church, village green, duck pond and small village store with Post Office, making this an ideal location to relax and escape the hectic modern world. The village of Wood Dalling is ideally placed for exploring this beautiful part of Norfolk, with the local market town of Aylsham nearby enjoying good amenities and where you can board the Bure Valley Railway, Norfolk’s longest narrow gauge steam train and enjoy a 45 minute journey to Wroxham and just a short walk to the bridge where you can enjoy a cruise along the river banks. The local area is perfect for golfing, walking, cycling, fishing, bird watching or visiting local National Trust properties Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall and Sheringham Park. Spend a day enjoying Norfolk’s beautiful varied coastline, offering interesting fishing towns at Sheringham and Cromer, quiet sandy beaches and not forgetting the attractive salt marshes. Journey inland to the nearby Georgian market town of Holt offering independent shops, antique centres and art galleries. Spend a day visiting the historic cathedral city of Norwich, offering excellent shopping along with many places of interest just awaiting your discovery.