A self-contained, studio home, behind the Union Jack Pub in the quiet village of Roydon, a short drive from the north coast of Norfolk.
This cosy little holiday home is the perfect base for couples exploring this beautiful part of Norfolk.
This self-contained Norfolk holiday home has a relaxing open-plan living area with a king-size double bed, comfortable seating and a well-equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar, as well as a separate shower room.
Outside there is a small private garden patio area with seating, the perfect spot to sit and relax whilst considering how to spend the day.
The village is close to the historic market town of Kings Lynn, with a wide selection of pubs, restaurants and shops to peruse.
Nature lovers will love exploring the Roydon Common National Nature reserve and the woodland surrounding the nearby Sandringham Royal estate.
The English Heritage site of Castle Rising is within easy reach as is Kings Lynn golf club for those looking to enjoy this top-100 course.
With so much to see and do, this cosy home is really ideal for couples hoping to get out and explore the wonders of Norfolk.
All ground floor. Open plan studio accommodation with king-size double bed, kitchen, breakfast bar and sitting area. Shower room with shower, basin and WC.
About the location
Kings Lynn 7 miles; Sandringham 4.5 miles; Norwich 47 miles.
Roydon is a small village, located approximately seven miles east of Kings Lynn in West Norfolk. The village is perfectly located for exploring the wide variety of attractions to be found locally. Congham Hall Spa and herb garden are within easy reach, and the English Heritage site of Castle Rising is only a few miles away. The village parish Grade II listed church of All Saints, parts of which date back to the 12th century and was subject to major renovations by the prolific ecclesiastical architect G E Street in 1857. Roydon has a large common which is managed as a nature reserve that will appeal to nature lovers, as will the RSPB sites situated on the nearby Norfolk coastline. The Royal Estate at Sandringham offers the chance to visit the residence, the museum and the surrounding woodland. For those wanting to venture further afield, Norwich is within one hour’s drive, and the racecourse at Fakenham and the historic market town of Swaffham are both less than half an hour away.
Note: Adults only, no children.