East Ruston 2 miles.
This lovely end-terrace property is situated on the outskirts of the Norfolk village of East Ruston.
An ideal holiday home for a couple wishing to explore the surrounding area of this beautiful part of the country.
When you step inside the front door there is a well-equipped kitchen to the left and then through to the sitting room with sofa bed and dining area.
There is also a shower room with shower, basin and WC on the ground floor.
Upstairs is a comfortable king-size double bedroom.
Just a short stroll away is the Museum of the Broads, one of many activities available just a stroll from the cottage.
A little further afield is Hickling Broad, the largest of the broads and a haven for wildlife such as dragonflies, cranes and kingfishers, so why not hire a boat out for the day and explore the waterways?
There are many fishing, boating, walking and cycling opportunities close by, as well as some splendid nature reserves.
Alternatively, visit the town of Wroxham, the historic city of Norwich and many other thriving towns and small villages along the coastline.
About the location
Wroxham 9.5 miles, Norwich 16.5 miles.
The unspoilt scattered village of East Ruston is located in the north-east of Norfolk, and sits on the edge of the Norfolk Broads and is just a few miles from the Norfolk coast, offering lovely sandy beaches. The village of East Ruston has a pub serving food, access to the Weavers' Way footpath, which passes through the village, lovely lakes, including a fishing lake and common areas enjoyed by walkers and wildlife. East Ruston is home to the acclaimed East Ruston Old Vicarage gardens, offering stunning garden rooms, a must-visit for anyone with a liking for gardening! Just a short drive and you can enjoy the beaches at Sea Palling and Waxham, both of which are dog friendly. NT Horsey Wind Pump is also nearby, as is Witton, an ancient wood ideal for walking, biking or picnics. In the local towns of Stalham or Wroxham you can hire a motor boat cruiser for touring the broads waterway. Wroxham is the capital of the Norfolk Broads offering shops, restaurants, waterfront bars and, just outside the town, the award-winning children’s attraction Bewilderwood. From the market town of North Walsham you can take the train to the Victorian seaside town of Cromer or the city of Norwich, with its array of cultural and leisure facilities.
Note: Babes-in-arms only