This wonderful property offers guests a rural cottage feel in a beautiful garden, yet perfectly placed for exploring the city centre with ease as well as the broads area and coastline.
This delightful cottage is an ideal for a couple, small family or friends, it is ideal for exploring this vibrant city or enjoying the more rural side of Norfolk with excellent cycling, walking, boating and wildlife to enjoy.
The property is beautifully presented, offering guests a really comfortable stay and the added advantage of one of the bedrooms being on the ground floor, ideal for anyone who may have mobility issues.
Step in to the entrance room and through to the open plan kitchen where you are greeted with the wonderful cottage feel, the open plan kitchen and dining area has the advantage of a wood burning stove for you to enjoy during cooler months, perfect to come home to after a day out exploring!
Beyond the dining area is a cosy sitting room with an additional woodburner and sun room which is wonderful for relaxing with a book during warmer months.
Upstairs is a twin room and a double room with a shower.
The master bedroom is on the ground floor with patio doors opening to the garden and a family bathroom.
There’s plenty to see and do within a short distance from the property, with something for everyone, including a visit to the historic, vibrant city of Norwich, a day on the stunning coast with its sandy beaches or a boat trip on the Norfolk Broads to name a few.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor king-size double, 1 x double with shower, WC and sink, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area and wood burning stove. Utility. Sitting room with woodburning stove. Conservatory with sitting area.
Don’t miss out, sign up today!
To receive discounts, exclusive offers, travel tips and guides. We’ll also enter you into our monthly Prize draw. T&C’s Apply
An error occurred, could you double-check your email?
You have subscribed successfully
About the location
Great Yarmouth 21 miles; Cromer 23 miles.
The medieval and cultural city of Norwich is the capital of East Anglia. Norwich boasts some of the finest buildings in Britain, with two cathedrals, a Norman castle and several large houses. Elm Hill is one of the oldest streets in Norwich, with beautiful cobblestones and Tudor houses, some now home to independent shops. Norwich also offers art galleries, museums, theatres and cinemas, as well as beautiful parks and gardens. Visit its stylish pubs, cafés and restaurants and enjoy its excellent shopping facilities. Tour the city by open-top bus, along cycle pathways, or walk one of its many trails and the river walk. For those wishing to relax, spend a leisurely day on board a boat enjoying the nearby, beautiful Norfolk Broads. The coastline is also within easy travelling distance, offering a fun day out.