Wortwell 1.8 miles.
This delightful riverside detached cottage is in a wonderful rural location, on the outskirts of the village of Wortwell in Norfolk.
Situated on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk, this cottage is located on its own island, alongside the imposing Grade II, beautifully-restored Mill House dating from 1750.
Offering an escape like no other, come and be enchanted by this exceptional property which will leave you wanting to return again and again.
This charming two bedroom cottage has been designed to the highest of standards with the holidaymaker in mind, to enable you to experience the natural beauty of this very special area.
As you enter down the private road and go over the bridge you will instantly get a feel for the natural solitude of this wonderful property, located on the edge of the River Waveney.
The cottage is raised to prevent any risk of flooding giving exceptional views over the meadows and waterways.
The property has been presented with a funky, ethnic feel with the character of the surroundings taken in to consideration throughout.
Step into the character-rich open plan living area, with the kitchen having doors opening to the decking beyond, to maximise on the river views.
There is a small shower room located just inside the main door, perfect for cleaning up after a day walking or even swimming or kayaking on the river.
A couple of steps up from the main living area lead to a snug area with bunk beds and TV.
The room gives access to the two good-sized en-suite bedrooms.
Looking out from your decked area you can enjoy magnificent views and wildlife whilst enjoying a morning coffee; this is the perfect spot for planning your day or dining alfresco on a summer’s evening.
Guests are able to enjoy the hot tub during their stay, located in a very special spot on the island or you can enjoy some wild swimming in the river surrounding you.
The waterways have been highlighted as a fantastic spot for this and were one of Roger Deakin’s favourite spots according to his well-known book, Waterlog, and are also excellent for fishing and kayaking.
From your doorstep you are spoilt for choice on footpaths and bridleways linking you to village pubs and beautiful locations, including the village of Mendham famous for its association with the horse artist Sir Arthur Munnings.
If you can tear yourself away from this very special location you are perfectly located for exploring the wonderful Suffolk Heritage Coast, North Suffolk villages and in to Norfolk with the popular Norfolk Broads.
A stunning drive takes you from the property through the group of villages known as The Saints through to the coast at Southwold and the popular Walberswick, famous for its world crabbing competition.
An easy drive away is Halesworth which offers an excellent selection of independent shops, eateries and year-round cultural events, and within half an hour you can be enjoying the coastal towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh, the Springwatch location of Minsmere and market town of Framlingham with its Norman castle to name a few.
Spend a day at Great Yarmouth where all the family can enjoy a visit to a spectacular water show at the Hippodrome.
Here you can enjoy a holiday to remember, perfect for friends and families alike looking for a very special place to retreat to, as well as being an excellent base for exploring, whatever the time of the year.