This welcoming, comfortable detached lodge is nestled within the grounds of the owners' home, down a private lane on the outskirts of the rural Norfolk village of Old Buckenham.
This rural retreat offers bright and spacious accommodation set over one level, with easy access for less mobile guests as it benefits from having a walk-in shower with a seat and massage jets.
From the windows of this Old Buckenham cottage you can gaze over open fields and woodland, whilst outside the lodge you can relax on the patio with a cup of coffee listening to the birds singing in the summer sunshine.
The quiet lanes surrounding this Old Buckenham cottage offer good cycling and walking terrain where you can enjoy country walks for over a mile without venturing on to public roads; a perfect way to enjoy rural Norfolk at its best.
The market town of Attlebourgh is just four miles away offering shops, restaurant and bars along with good railway links to Norwich, Ely, and London, plus the world-famous Norfolk Broads are just a short drive away.
The popular city of Norwich is within easy driving distance with a wealth of museums, two beautiful cathedrals, a castle, river boats trips, open bus tours, and an informative town trail as well as an excellent shopping centre with a wide selection of eateries.
A delightful Old Buckenham country retreat in the heart of the beautiful Norfolk countryside.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower (with seat and back massage jets), basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
Kenninghall 4 miles; Banham 4 miles; Attleborough 5 miles.
Old Buckenham is a delightful rural village with its own shopping facilities and a traditional 17th Century pub, The Gamekeeper. Claiming to have the largest village green and widest tower windmill in the country, Old Buckenham is also home to an impressive airfield, which is an ideal place to watch both modern and vintage aircraft. The surrounding villages of New Buckenham, Kenninghall and Banham offer good places to eat, while the zoo at Banham offers a great day out and also holds regular Sunday car boot sales. The local town of Attleborough offers a wide variety of shops, whilst Wymondham and Diss, both about 12 miles away, boast some impressive buildings plus galleries and antique shops.
Note: No children at this cottage.