A bright, airy detached bungalow set outside of Ludham in East Anglia.
The open plan living and one floor layout makes the Mill House perfect for families to come to East Anglia and enjoy a fantastic break.
The cottage sits just off of Yarmouth Road and has an attractive, fresh exterior.
The stylish patio doors welcome you into the large yet homely open plan living area set with comfortable seating to make a great chilling spot for all of the family.
The kitchen is well-equipped and is furnished with modern, flashy decor and equipment.
The contemporary wooden flooring leads you into the large, airy shower room.
The Mill House has two spacious bedrooms decorated to make a calming, relaxing cottage to complete this chilled break in such a great location.
This cottage sits on the grounds of the owner's house and is surrounded by a splendid garden which has gravel, patio and lawn for all of the family to enjoy the outdoors in the sun.
The village of Ludham sits just a mile away and has all of your amenities as well as stunning countryside and a little boating area with water leading to the River Thurne.
There are beautiful buildings, a nature reserve and plenty of footpaths and other activities.
Great Yarmouth is a popular seaside destination that sits just 13 miles away, offering all of your usual seaside attractions as well as an adventure park at Bewilderwood.
This area of the country is a must visit with so much on offer.
A fantastic bungalow in an incredible location.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, sitting area and dining area.
About the location
Great Yarmouth 13.5 miles.
Situated in the heart of the beautiful Norfolk Broads is the attractive rural Norfolk village of Ludham. Surrounded on 3 sides by the rivers Ant, Bure and Thurne and its own small broad, Womack Water with its array of moored boats and small shops, it is a lovely, picturesque place to holiday. At the centre of the village is the crossroads, near to the beautiful thatched church of St Catherine’s and several pretty thatched cottages, the local pub, village store, butcher’s and tea rooms. To the north west of the village is How Hill Nature Reserve with nature trails and a museum of a marshman life in Toad Hole Cottage. The village offers a good network of footpaths with plenty of wildlife to see. In summer the beach at Sea Palling is a hub of activity with jet skiiers and the sand dunes of Winterton-on-Sea offer secluded sun traps perfect for relaxing. Spend a day exploring the broads in one of the sailboats and river cruisers which can be hire from Hunters Yard in Ludham. The traditional seaside town of Great Yarmouth is just a short drive away and offers plenty of attractions and family fun. The award-winning attraction Bewilderwood can be found just outside Wroxham, which is a must visit for children and adults, with tree houses, wires, jungle bridges and boat rides. A fantastic family holiday destination at any time of the year.