This well-presented holiday lodge rests on the tranquil Haveringland Holiday Park, just two miles from the lovely Norfolk village of Cawston.
Norfolk's luscious countryside and stunning coastline are easily reachable from here, making it a superb base for friends or family to come and stay at.
Step up into the pristine, neutrally furnished living area, a homely and open-plan spot boasting comfortable seating accompanied by a modern fire and a TV to sit and watch on a rainy day.
The kitchen is splendidly furnished and provides a great spot to prepare those delicious meals to be enjoyed at the dining table.
To prepare for yet another fun-packed day, get ready in the refreshing shower room with a walk-in shower cubicle.
The two bedrooms are both decorated in a tasteful manner; both the twin and double bedroom promise a peaceful spot to catch your much-needed rest.
Norfolk's fresh country air can be enjoyed from the comfort of the decking at this wonderful lodge, simply kick back and relax with an ice cold drink in hand.
Haveringland Holiday Park is a peaceful place, dotted with pretty fishing lakes for you to enjoy at your leisure.
The nearby village of Cawston is a friendly spot, offering a small choice of welcoming amenities including a choice of pubs.
The whole of Norfolk lies at your fingertips, whether you want to venture through the luscious countryside of the Norfolk Broads, appreciate the scenic Norfolk Coast AONB or explore the attractive streets of Norwich.
You can also enjoy a fun-packed day at the beach, with ever-popular Great Yarmouth just over 30 miles away.
About the location
Norwich 13 miles; Great Yarmouth 33 miles
A pleasant village set just outside of Norwich in East Anglia. Cawston is small in size yet offers a lot, a historical village offering some fascinating buildings from the Grade I listed Church of St. Agnes to the National Trust owned Duel Stone which boasts an incredible story. As well as history, Cawston offers some beautiful buildings, scenery, pubs and cafes to make it a real charming, homely village. Norwich is around 13 miles away, a bustling city offering more stunning architecture. The popular seaside resort of Great Yarmouth is also within driving distance and is most certainly worth the visit if you fancy a trip to the coast.