South Norfolk District Accommodations

South Norfolk District neighborhood rentals and hotels

Accommodations in South Norfolk District

Home/Apartment
Excellent
64 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe cottage is in a completely rural setting but in easy reach of shops and other facilities. The accommodation comprises a double bedroom, bathroom (large bath), kitchen / diner and sitting room (with comfortable double futon). All newly decorated with a good standard of fixtures and fittings. The cottage is centrally heated, the cost of which is included in the booking fee. Accommodation is all on one level and there is a large parking area immediately outside the front door. Guest AccessOutside, there is a recreational lawn area with benches. The woodland has a path cut, providing a short walk and a great place for kids to play. Interaction with GuestsThe owners live in Beulah House which is attached to the cottage by the linking conservatory. Guests can enjoy their stay in complete privacy, but we are available at most times if help is needed and hope to meet our guests during their stay . The NeighborhoodIf you prefer to eat out some evenings, there are several "gastropubs" close by, as well as several others which serve more usual "pub grub". The local market towns have a wide range of 'take away' outlets as well as some good restaurants. South Norfolk is an excellent area for a holiday which offers a wide range of activities. The cottage location is very pleasant and quiet, so some of our guests may be happy for a relaxing week "in the country". From the cottage, there are many footpaths and a network of quiet lanes for walkers and cyclists. There are also several long distance paths in the area. Guests preferring to use the cottage as a touring base have a huge range of attractions within an hour's drive; The Suffolk and Norfolk coastline is an easy drive (e.g. Southwold 1 hour) offering everything from classic resorts like Great Yarmouth and Southwold to the wild beaches of North Norfolk. Birders and nature lovers are spoiled for choice, with Minsmere, Titchwell, Strumpshaw Fen, Snettisham and many other RSPB reserves in easy reach. There are also many other nature reserves and natural areas in every direction (Thetford Forest, Breckland, The Broads, Blakeney Point, The Coast…). Norfolk is a busy tourist area and there is a huge range of attractions in easy reach, from stately homes (Blickling, Holkham, Sandringham...) through heritage sites (Castles, Priories...). There are also many very attractive historical market towns, with "the finest churches in England". Norwich is a 30 minute drive away offering extensive historical, cultural and recreational facilities. It is also in the top 10 for shopping destinations. Cambridge is 1 hour away. Getting AroundGuests will need their own transport as public transport is very limited, although there are good train services to local (10 miles) market towns and plenty of taxis. The village shop stocks most things and is about ½ mile away. Other Things to NoteOther pets may also be considered - please enquire. Well behaved children of all ages very welcome and will have plenty of space to run around in. We provide a selection of lawn games.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
42 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis barn is behind our house separated by the patio and garden which are shared. You have private parking and your private entrance to the barn. The kitchen is new and has all modern appliances (dishwasher, microwave, washer/dryer). The bathroom is downstairs. It's narrow, but functional with basin, toilet and shower. (Those over 6ft may have to bend a little in the shower!) There is a dining area in the kitchen and another table with chairs in the living room. The living room has a TV with all freeview channels, a video and music system. We also have a selection of games, music, DVDs and books for you to enjoy. Also a few toys and games for young children. Note that WiFi is only accessible in the kitchen. The downstairs bedroom is semi-private (which means that the stud wall does not go all the way up to the vaulted ceiling). A curtain in the living room separates the bedroom. It has a double bed (with electric blanket), leather bucket chair, sidetables and large pine wardrobe. There is an upstairs bedroom with a double bed (and electric blanket). If extra beds are required, two fold-up single beds can be provided and there is a futon in the living room. We have lots of seating in the patio area and you can use your own gas BBQ. There is a large garden at the back of the barn, with football goal and trampoline, ideal for children to play and run around. I also have a high-chair and travel cot to accommodate really young ones. Bunwell is a large village with a well-stocked general store that sells papers and alcohol, as well as food. We also have a post-office and a good butcher, perfect for those BBQ's. Bunwell is surrounded by fields and country lanes, so if you are looking for peace, you will have it here. We live within a couple of miles of two very good gourmet pubs and also a chinese takeaway in the next village. For more choice you can get takeaways and restaurants in Wymondham and Attleborough that have all the usual amenities of local towns. All towels and bedding are provided. Guest AccessGuests have access to our garden, patio and BBQ. You have your own parking space and and your own private accomodation. Interaction with GuestsI am happy to leave keys for your arrival. We do not want to be intrusive and respect the privacy of all guests, however, we are only too happy to help and advise if needed. We want to ensure that your stay in the Barn is comfortable and enjoyable. The NeighborhoodBunwell is surrounded by countryside, yet it also has the key amenities that you require in a village; general store, post office and butcher, with two pubs within a couple of miles. Our local towns of Wymondham (4miles) and Attleborough (3 miles) have all the usual amenities; banks, shops, supermarkets, libraries etc. We are 25 minutes from the centre of Norwich which hosts numerous things to do and see; great shopping, as well as the Norwich Cathedral and Norwich Castle. The coast north of Great Yarmouth is very scenic and accessible within an hour. Likewise, you can get to the Norfolk Broads within an hour. Snetterton circuit is only 15 minutes drive away. Getting AroundThere is a local bus that leaves Bunwell twice a day going into the centre of Norwich. You really need a car to get around! Other Things to NoteNote WiFi is limited to the kitchen.
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The Spaceself contained luxury annex with kitchenette and flat screen TV and DVD player. En suite bathroom and garden views in peaceful setting. Guest Accessself contained annex The NeighborhoodPeaceful english village in countryside surrounding Norwich. There are 3 pubs within 5 mins drive (15-25 mins walk). Beautiful Southwold is 45 mins drive with fantastic shops and restaurants/cafes with a wonderful pier and beach. Bungay and Beccles are pretty market towns less than 30 mins drive away. The Norfolk Broads are a half an hour away drive. Amazing North Norfolk beaches and wonderful towns like Holt are only about an hour drive. Sandringham is a wonderful place to visit and has extensive walks in parkland surrounding the house. It is approximately 1 1/4 hours drive and well worth visiting. Blickling Hall is 45 mins drive and has a wonderful National Trust house and manicured gardens with a delicious cafe. Getting AroundThere is a bus to Norwich (20 mins journey) 2 mins walk from accommodation. The airport is a 25 min taxi drive. Plenty of parking on the driveway. Other Things to Notetowels, hairdrier, shampoo provided. Kitchenette has fridge, microwave and kettle. Tea, coffee and a jug of fresh milk is provided. No breakfast is provided but there are fantastic cafes and pubs within 5 minutes drive or 20 minutes walk serving wonderful local produce. There is a local supermarket in Poringland (5 mins drive) or a local farm shop nearby(3 mins drive).
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The SpaceRural Country location with views. An abundance of wildlife and domestic animals. The cottage has its own unique character and charm. Free large off-road parking . Guest AccessTheir own lockable Bedroom/Bathroom, Guest Lounge/Breakfast room and outside Patio areas Interaction with GuestsIf you need anything at all please tell us - we will do our best to help ! The NeighborhoodMeadow Farm Bed and Breakfast can be found in Mulbarton which is a small pretty village with a large Common and many amenities such as; Fish and Chip Shop, Chinese take-away, Chemist, General store and Post Office, also a well stocked Co Operative store, Green Grocers and welcoming Pubs serving good food. With a local footpath network on our doorstep and being in a rural location, we are ideally situated for ramblers, Bird watchers, Cycling . We are close to golf courses, Leisure centres, Swimming pools and Fishing Lakes. Our location is close to the Norfolk Broads, Sandy Beaches, and historical Towns such as Diss and Wymondham. Norwich City is only 4 miles away with its medieval cathedral and the Castle Museum not to mention the historic Norwich market place, and plenty of shopping. Lotus Cars, Hethel Engineering, Snetterton race circuit and Dunston Hall are also just minutes away. Getting AroundWe are within easy reach of the train station, The local bus service runs every 20 minutes and is only a short walk away. Or if its a taxi you need then that can be arranged for you. away !
Bed & Breakfast
Poor
16 reviews
5br Bed & Breakfast
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Located in Fritton, this guesthouse is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Fritton Lake Outdoor Centre and within 6 mi (10 km) of Somerleyton Hall and Gardens and Burgh Castle. Gorleston Golf Club and Pleasurewood Hills are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Hotel
Good
347 reviews
169br 4-star Hotel
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Located near the airport, this family-friendly hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Norwich Castle, Strangers Hall Garden, and The Forum. St Peter Mancroft and Market Place are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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9br 4-star Hotel
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Situated in Norwich, this guesthouse is 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Norfolk Tank Museum and within 9 mi (15 km) of Harleston Recreation Park and Wymondham Abbey. Banham Zoo and Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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7br 4-star Hotel
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Situated in Norwich, this guesthouse is within 1 mi (2 km) of The Willow Centre and University of East Anglia. Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts and UEA Sportspark are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Hotel
Good
64 reviews
5br 4-star Hotel
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Situated in Norwich, this inn is within 12 mi (20 km) of Banham Zoo, University of East Anglia, and Norwich Castle. The Forum and St Peter Mancroft are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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11br 4-star Hotel
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Situated by the sea, this guesthouse is 1.3 mi (2 km) from Gorleston Golf Club and within 6 mi (10 km) of Venetian Waterway Gardens and Pleasurewood Hills. Burgh Castle and Dip Farm Pitch and Putt are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
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2-room bungalow, spacious, comfortable and tasteful furnishings: open living/dining room with dining table, TV, CD-player and stereo unit. Exit to the patio. 1 double bedroom with 1 french bed. (4 hotplates, dishwasher, micro wave). Shower/WC. Wooden floors. Terrace furniture. Facilities: washing machine, children's highchair, cot for up to 2 year olds. Internet (Wireless LAN [WLAN], free).Saxlingham Thorpe 13 km from Norwich: Rustic, comfortable bungalow "Elmers Barn". In a quiet position. Parking (for 2 cars) by the house. Shop 500 m, bar 250 m. Golf course (18 hole) 6 km. Nearby attractions: Tas Valley Vineyard 11 km, Norfolk Broads 34 km, Thetford Forest Park 50 km, Dunston Hall and County Golf Club 6 km.
Hotel
Poor
25 reviews
37br 3-star Hotel
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Located in the heart of Great Yarmouth, this hotel is 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from Gorleston Golf Club and within 6 mi (10 km) of Venetian Waterway Gardens and Pleasurewood Hills. Burgh Castle and Dip Farm Pitch and Putt are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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8br 4-star Hotel
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Located in the small market town of Attleborough, Norfolk, this beautiful and imposing Georgian country house provides a haven of comfort and relaxation, with accommodation for both business and pleasure. Originally built around 1740, Sherbourne House has recently been refurbished to a high standard, recapturing the historic character and providing fresh, bright accommodation within a warm and friendly atmosphere. The Restaurant at Sherbourne House, serves a changing, seasonal menu, made using fresh local produce. Sherbourne House is ideally placed 15 miles south-west of Norwich and within easy reach of Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit and the Breckland area, including Thetford Forest, Old Buckenham airfield, Bressingham and Wymondham. Please note: The restaurant will be closed on Sunday and Monday evenings, including for residents.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThere are very few converted barns that have retained the double height view of the entire roof space, and fewer still not attached to a farm or near a busy road. Here you have peaceful surroundings and bags of rustic charm but with modern elements and conveniences. For the winter, as well as full central heating, we have a wood burning stove and supply wood for your stay. For the summer months we have a free standing circular BBQ which is approx 50cm diameter and all tools. There are 2 large double bedrooms, the one on the mezzanine has curtains which draw back by day to reveal the roof beams. The smaller 3rd bedroom has a double sofabed but great views across the meadow. We have been informed its not that comfortable for 2 people and we are now keeping the room for single occupancy or as a sofa for wildlife viewing. We prefer a maximum of 4 guests and an additional charge is made for each extra guest after 2. We provide sheets and towels. Guest AccessThe entire barn apart from a storage workshop will be available. The main meadow and woodland surrounding the barn are available and the rear meadow with wildlife pond which can be viewed from the barn on our wildlife camera. The barn is set in 3 acres. Interaction with GuestsWe have excellent neighbours who can offer support if we are not in the vicinity, and are always available on mobile. The NeighborhoodWe are in easy reach of charming old pubs, Norfolk broads, the vibrant city of Norwich and lots of nature. We supply lots of local information about places to visit and eat (we can send a doc with links prior to your stay) and maps. The award winning Pelican pub is 15 mins walk for a gourmet meal, there is a chinese takeaway 10 mins walk away. For more choice there are takeaways and restaurants in Wymondham and Attleborough, 10-15 mins drive, that have all the usual amenities of local towns. Getting AroundThere is a bus at the end of the road but it has a rather limited service. There is room for 3 cars in the drive. Other Things to NotePresently Airbnb do not allow attachments on emails so if you would like our local info and places to go document with links and essential info about the barn please send your email address.
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The SpaceAn old cottage with a modern extension making it a superb detached property with a lovely garden. Your own double or twin room with a private (not en suite) bathroom. Cooked breakfast with our own free range eggs if you wish, with us or on your own -- your choice. Free WiFi Good seating by the pond in the garden for a relaxing glass of wine. Stoke Mill Restaurant ( see tripadvisor ) and The Wildebeest - recommended gastro pub are about a 10 minute walk away. Dunston Hall Golf Course - (visitor fees c£20 ) and Hotel is a short walk along an old foot path past our very old church. Caistor Roman camp is just about 1 mile away and can be reached by a footpath walk only. We are the right side of Norwich for easy access from the A11 and the A47 southern bypass - and to get to UEA. Easy access to Norwich and both the Norfolk and Suffolk coastlines. If you have any questions please contact us and we will try and get back to you as soon as we can. We look forward to welcoming you to our home. Guest AccessAll rooms in the house - except our bedroom and en suite and our two studies. Elke provides an excellent breakfast - so we do not expect you to want to use the kitchen. Kettle for tea/coffee is in your bedroom. Dogs in the bedrooms are not allowed - but sleeping in a downstairs utility room or your car - that is fine Interaction with GuestsWe prefer to think of our visitors as old friends that we have not seen for 10 years - so sitting and chatting is a good way to catch up. However if this is not your wish then we are very happy to leave you on your own. With 2 decent downstairs rooms - we can either be together or separate -- your choice. Getting AroundThere is a fairly regular bus service into Norwich from Stoke Holy Cross about a 10 minute walk away - BUT in truth - to get the best out of a stay with us - you will need your own transport Other Things to Noten
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWe have beds in 3 bedrooms (two with double beds, 1 with bunks). Another room upstairs and the living room also have sofa beds. Guest AccessThe whole house, gardens and you can borrow bikes! Easy parking for 2+ cars on the drive and / or street. Interaction with GuestsThe house is only available while we're away, but you can always phone or email us, our neighbours are great and my parents live nearby: we'll always arrange for someone to help you out The NeighborhoodIt's quiet and clean, and the neighbours are very friendly. Norfolk is famous for its excellent sailing on the broads (lakes), and for some magnificent beaches 30-60 minutes' drive away. Getting AroundBuses are very good and convenient for getting to the city centre, or you can drive there in 10 minutes. Very convenient for the university and hospital Other Things to NoteWe have a wood-burning stove and plenty of wood that you're welcome to use
Home/Apartment
Excellent
29 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe cottage is spread over 2 floors, set out as follows. Ground Floor: Entrance hall; 2 x twin bedrooms; kitchen; and sitting room with dining area. First Floor: Master bedroom; spacious bathroom with shower and bath. Outside: Private access to cottage via courtyard garden; exclusive use of a large secluded section of the main garden (see main picture). The Cottage is well equipped with games, books, TV, DVD player. There is Wifi in the cottage; we advise guests to bring laptops rather than relying soley on phones as it tends to work better on larger devices - something to do with countryside wifi! Bed linen and towels are included, (beds are made up ready for guests), and changes of bed provided for long stays (over 10 days). Each room has a chest of drawers, mirror, towel rail. Travel cot available. Open fire in sitting room – very cosy in the winter! Fuel available, please ask. Table tennis and pool/snooker table in an outhouse. Barbecue in the garden, with table, bench and chairs; there is also a picnic hamper, useful for day trips. Kitchen: Electric cooker and oven; under counter fridge; microwave; dishwasher. Utilities: Washing machine located in a utility room adjacent to the front door, ceiling drying rack is in the kitchen, and washing line in garden. The Cottage has a very efficient Bio Mass eco heating and instant hot water system, making for a lovely warm winter stay. On arrival we provide guests a few grocery essentials, milk, juice,fresh bread, a cake, eggs from our free range chickens (when available) and, when in season, some home grown produce. Guest AccessPrivate Interaction with GuestsWe respect guests privacy. We live in the main house and are there to help if guests need should need anything. The NeighborhoodOrchards is part of the Raveningham Estate, and is surrounded by arable land and beautiful clusters of woodland. Loddon is the nearest supermarket, 3 miles away. Beccles is the nearest market town, 7-8 miles away. Train station (links to London), supermarkets, restaurants, pubs, golf club etc. Getting AroundA car or bike is essential if you are planning excursions. The coast is 25-45 minutes drive away depending on which town you choose. Buses and trains go to Norwich and beyond; more details provided on request. Other Things to NoteWiFi is available but at times the signal can be in the cottage - we advise guests to bring laptops rather than relying on phone if they wish to use the the internet etc.
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The SpaceOrchards is an old Parsonage set in rural Norfolk with spacious gardens stocked with a huge variety of shrubs, trees and flowers. We offer homely Bed and Breakfast accommodation as well as a self catering holiday Cottage in a wing of the main house.. You will find us about 12 miles form the centre of Norwich between the village of Hales and market town of Beccles. The Coast and Broads are within easy access of us as well as other venues with activities suitable for children. As the house is over 100 years old it is full of character, charm and quirkiness. We have three large double rooms, one of which can be twin bedded. One of these rooms has a private bathroom and the other two have use of a shared bathroom with shower and also have washbasins in the bedroom. We provide a delicious full English breakfast to set you up for the day using eggs from our own hens and where possible local and fairly traded produce. Loddon and Beccles have excellent eating places and Pubs, and there are a selection of Take Aways. We have storage area for bikes and there is a regular bus service from Hales - about 3/4 mile away - across the fields. Guest AccessDepending on the weather and time of year we really hope that guests will take time to explore the very large garden and surrounding area, and enjoy the peace and relaxation of Orchards. Interaction with GuestsWe do respect peoples privacy but are also available if guests need information or help in any way. We want you to have a comfortable and happy stay. Getting AroundIt is not essential but is helpful to have your own transport as we are not on a direct bus route. Taxis are available but need to be booked in advance. We can forward relevant numbers to you if you need them. Other Things to NoteWe live in a very large house so on winter visits it is advisable to have more layers than you might be used to, although we do keep all rooms accessed by guests warm and cosy.
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The SpaceThe Old Rectory is set right in the middle of its grounds so you get a real sense of being in the countryside but still very close to the city center and all it's amenities Guest AccessGuests will have their own area within the house upstairs a bedroom, bathroom and toilet. Downstairs a sitting room with an open fire which is used in the winter, TV and DVD player. We will also serve breakfast in that room. Guest can also make full use of the garden and may even enjoy a early morning swim in the river.
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    The SpaceOrchards is an old Parsonage set in rural Norfolk with spacious gardens stocked with a huge variety of shrubs, trees and flowers. We offer homely Bed and Breakfast accommodation as well as a self catering holiday Cottage in a wing of the main house.. You will find us about 12 miles form the centre of Norwich between the village of Hales and market town of Beccles. The Coast and Broads are within easy access of us as well as other venues with activities suitable for children. As the house is over 100 years old it is full of character, charm and quirkiness. We have three large double rooms, one of which can be twin bedded. One of these rooms has a private bathroom and the other two have use of a shared bathroom with shower and also have washbasins in the bedroom. We provide a delicious full English breakfast to set you up for the day using eggs from our own hens and where possible local and fairly traded produce. Loddon and Beccles have excellent eating places and Pubs, and there are a selection of Take Aways. We have storage area for bikes and there is a regular bus service from Hales - about 3/4 mile away - across the fields. Guest AccessDepending on the weather and time of year we really hope that guests will take time to explore the very large garden and surrounding area, and enjoy the peace and relaxation of Orchards. Interaction with GuestsWe do respect peoples privacy but are also available if guests need information or help in any way. We want you to have a comfortable and happy stay. Getting AroundIt is not essential but is helpful to have your own transport as we are not on a direct bus route. Taxis are available but need to be booked in advance. We can forward relevant numbers to you if you need them. Other Things to NoteWe live in a very large house so on winter visits it is advisable to have more layers than you might be used to, although we do keep all rooms accessed by guests warm and cosy.
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    The SpaceOrchards is an old Parsonage set in rural Norfolk with spacious gardens stocked with a huge variety of shrubs, trees and flowers. We offer homely Bed and Breakfast accommodation as well as a self catering holiday Cottage in a wing of the main house.. You will find us about 12 miles form the centre of Norwich between the village of Hales and market town of Beccles. The Coast and Broads are within easy access of us as well as other venues with activities suitable for children. As the house is over 100 years old it is full of character, charm and quirkiness. We have three large double rooms, one of which can be twin bedded. One of these rooms has a private bathroom and the other two have use of a shared bathroom with shower and also have washbasins in the bedroom. We provide a delicious full English breakfast to set you up for the day using eggs from our own hens and where possible local and fairly traded produce. Loddon and Beccles have excellent eating places and Pubs, and there are a selection of Take Aways. We have storage area for bikes and there is a regular bus service from Hales - about 3/4 mile away - across the fields. Guest AccessDepending on the weather and time of year we really hope that guests will take time to explore the very large garden and surrounding area, and enjoy the peace and relaxation of Orchards. Interaction with GuestsWe do respect peoples privacy but are also available if guests need information or help in any way. We want you to have a comfortable and happy stay. Getting AroundIt is not essential but is helpful to have your own transport as we are not on a direct bus route. Taxis are available but need to be booked in advance. We can forward relevant numbers to you if you need them. Other Things to NoteWe live in a very large house so on winter visits it is advisable to have more layers than you might be used to, although we do keep all rooms accessed by guests warm and cosy.
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    The SpaceA mile from our nearest neighbour at the end of a no through road you will come across our farmhouse and accompanying 7 acres. Nestled in a little orchard, is our much loved 1957 Airstream Bubble. Imported from the US in 2007 we have lovingly restored this cute little trailer into a perfect little getaway space. There is a small double bed with comfy memory foam mattress, 3 hob gas stove, small fridge, grill and sink, seating area and table. Outside there is decking, picnic bench and BBQ for a spot of alfresco dining. We supply guests with a breakfast hamper of delicious local produce (usually bacon, sausages, eggs, bread, mushrooms, juice, tea coffee) to enjoy in the comfort of the Bubble. Just outside the little orchard you will find our barn with beautiful double walk-in rain shower, double basin and toilet. There is also a fully equipped kitchen and standard sized fridge should you require a little extra space. Guests are welcome to roam the land - including orchard and two meadows and have exclusive use of the luxury bathroom and kitchen in the barn. NEW for 2016 - pool table and boules pitch Check out our other vintage caravan here: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/6441547 Guest AccessGuests are welcome to roam the land - including orchard and two meadows and have exclusive use of the new bathroom and kitchen in the barn conversion. Interaction with GuestsWe are nearly always on hand should guests need us but generally we like to leave people to their relaxation and after showing you the ropes on arrival we will leave you to your own devices. The NeighborhoodWe are in a really rural spot of South Norfolk, however the beautiful market towns of Loddon and Bungay are just 5 and 10 minutes away with Norwich a 25 minute drive. We are also well placed for exploring the coast (Southwold is a great day out) and the Norfolk Broads if you fancy hiring a boat for the day or a walk along the river. Getting AroundAs we are in the middle of nowhere a car is of great benefit, however we have had guests come by train to Norwich and then taxi to the farm. Other Things to NoteWe also have another 1950's American caravan available to hire: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/6441547 And a self contained holiday cottage also: www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/904638
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    5br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceA beautiful house in a fantastic location to explore Norfolk/Suffolk and the broads National Park. Guest AccessWhole house, outbuildings, garden and grounds. Multiroom Sonos sound system with Spotify. Well equipped gym with large selection of free weights, olympic barbell, treadmill, stepper. New infrared 3-seater sauna. The NeighborhoodBelton near Great Yarmouth is a small but pretty village on the outskirts of Gorleston-on-Sea. Its quiet but conveninent location makes it a popular location with visitors using the holiday parks in the area, as well as a base for exploring the Norfolk Broads, east coast, and Waveney Valley. Only a few miles away is the hustle and bustle of Great Yarmouth & Gorleston or the beautiful & peaceful Burgh Castle & Fritton. Getting AroundEasy bus access to Gorleston and Great Yarmouth. Other Things to NoteOccupants will need to feed the cats, and let the chickens out in the morning and close the coop door at night (a 30 second task). Fresh pastured home-reared eggs are the reward!
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    The SpaceBirchway Farm - The Nook Situated in the wilds of south Norfolk, tucked away at the end of a no through road you will find the peaceful retreat that is Birchway Farm - The Nook. This newly converted one up one down cottage (attached to Birchway Farm) offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation with a little bit more… Our self-catering B&B style gives guests that extra bit of privacy so you can really relax and escape the outside world. The cottage is fully self-contained, with its own private entrance and garden meaning you can breakfast (lunch and dinner) in the comfort of your own cosy little home. The Nook boasts boutique style accommodation with one spacious bedroom (with four poster bed), shower room and fully equipped kitchen. A luxurious, locally sourced breakfast hamper packed full of delicious produce is provided – you just have to decide whether its breakfast in bed, the kitchen or soaking up the morning sun (when it's out) on the patio! Outside there is plenty of parking and 7 acres of land for guests to roam. Plus, our rural location means there are many peaceful walking and cycling routes. Other info... Free Wifi Flat screen digital TV with DVD Digital radio with iPod cable Fully equipped kitchen (fridge/freezer, oven, 4 pan hob, toaster, kettle etc) BBQ & outdoor table and chairs Use of boules pitch Check out our two beautiful vintage caravans also for rent at Birchway farm https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/3943430 https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/6441547 Guest AccessThe cottage is attached to our farmhouse but totally self contained. Guests have access to their own private garden and patio but are also welcome to roam through our meadows, taking a picnic or bottle of wine with them if they fancy. Interaction with GuestsWe are usually around to help out with any questions or queries but do like to leave guests to their own devices so they can really relax and enjoy the peace of the countryside. The NeighborhoodWhat’s Nearby...? The Nook offers a truly rural retreat, but we are well placed for accessing a number of market towns and tourist spots… Norwich: 20 minute drive Norfolk Broads... Loddon: 5 minute drive Bungay: 10 minute drive Hales Hall: 5 minute drive Beccles: 20 minute drive Norfolk/Suffolk coastline... Lowestoft: 40 minutes Southwold: 45 minutes
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    The SpaceAn old cottage with a modern extension making it a superb detached property with a lovely garden. This is our twin room with a private (not en suite) bathroom. Cooked breakfast with our own free range eggs if you wish, with us or on your own -- your choice. Free WiFi Good seating by the pond in the garden for a relaxing glass of wine. Stoke Mill Restaurant ( see tripadvisor ) and The Wildebeest - recommended gastro pub are about a 10 minute walk away. Dunston Hall Golf Course - (visitor fees c£20 ) and Hotel is a short walk along an old foot path past our very old church. Caistor Roman camp is just about 1 mile away and can be reached by a footpath walk only. We are the right side of Norwich for easy access from the A11 and the A47 southern bypass - and to get to UEA. Easy access to Norwich and both the Norfolk and Suffolk coastlines. If you have any questions please contact us and we will try and get back to you as soon as we can. We look forward to welcoming you to our home. Guest AccessAll rooms in the house - except our bedroom and en suite and our studies. Elke provides an excellent breakfast - so we do not expect you to want to use the kitchen. Kettle for tea/coffee is in your bedroom. Dogs in the bedrooms are not allowed - but sleeping in a downstairs utility room or your car - that is fine Interaction with GuestsWe prefer to think of our visitors as old friends that we have not seen for 10 years - so sitting and chatting is a good way to catch up. However if this is not your wish then we are very happy to leave you on your own. With 2 decent downstairs rooms - we can either be together or separate -- your choice. The NeighborhoodAn old cottage with a modern extension making it a superb detached property with a lovely garden. Your own room with a private (not en suite) bathroom. Cooked breakfast with our own free range eggs if you wish, with us or on your own -- your choice. Free WiFi Good seating by the pond in the garden for a relaxing glass of wine. Stoke Mill Restaurant ( see tripadvisor ) and The Wildebeest - recommended gastro pub are about a 10 minute walk away. Dunston Hall Golf Course - (visitor fees c£20 ) and Hotel is a short walk along an old foot path past our very old church. Caistor Roman camp is just about 1 mile away and can be reached by a footpath walk only. We are the right side of Norwich for easy access from the A11 and the A47 southern bypass - and to get to UEA. Easy access to Norwich and both the Norfolk and Suffolk coastlines. If you have any questions please contact us and we will try and get back to you as soon as we can. We look forward to welcoming you to our home. Guest Access All rooms in the house - except our bedroom and en suite and our two studies. Elke provides an excellent breakfast - so we do not expect you to want to use the kitchen. Kettle for tea/coffee is in your bedroom. Dogs in the bedrooms are not allowed - but sleeping in a downstairs utility room or your car - that is fine Interaction with Guests We prefer to think of our visitors as old friends that we have not seen for 10 years - so sitting and chatting is a good way to catch up. However if this is not your wish then we are very happy to leave you on your own. With 2 decent downstairs rooms - we can either be together or separate -- your choice. Getting around There is a fairly regular bus service into Norwich from Stoke Holy Cross about a 10 minute walk away - BUT in truth - to get the best out of a stay with us - you will need your own transport Other Things to Note Please note that the additional price for a second guest of £20 is to share the booked room. If you are 3 or 4 people then you will have to pay the £45 initial price for the second room plus another £20 if there is a fourth person Getting AroundYou really need a car , but there are bus services on both the A140 and from Stoke Holy Cross., and our local taximan ( Norman) is available.
    cottage
    1br cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    A spacious, self-contained annex set in farmland. Ideal for a quiet break in the countryside or as a touring base for East Anglia. There are a wide range of attractions in easy reach, including beautiful beaches, famous birding sites, stately homes, ancient monuments and tourist attractions. Norwich is 30 mins away, Cambridge 1 hour. Walkers and cyclists have a huge network of footpaths and quiet lanes to explore, whilst some of our guests come just to enjoy the peace and quiet. The accommodation is spacious, light and attractive. Double bedroom, bathroom, well fitted kitchen / diner, sitting room with good quality double futon. Cot and high chair available. Centrally heated for cosy winter evenings. All recently decorated with many new electrical appliances. With your own front door and ample parking right outside, the cottage is wheelchair accessible. The house is set in 2 1/2 acres of woodland with a short walk, which guests are welcome to explore. Dogs are welcome but must be well behaved, clean and friendly. Please advise us in advanced if you wish to bring a dog. Quoted prices are for shorter stays. Please contact us for a quote if you are booking 3 or more days. South Norfolk is predominantly rolling arable farmland. There are interesting market towns and many attractive villages. The area has hundreds of miles of quiet, picturesque lanes, ideal for cycling or walking, along with many footpaths, including some well maintained and waymarked long distance paths. Locally, there are several "gastropubs" in easy reach by car or cycle, along with several more serving typical "pub grub". Beulah Cottage is completely surrounded by farmland and hence very peaceful, but the village of Bunwell is within easy walking distance. Here there is a village shop which sells most things you may need and a good butcher. We currently still have a post office, too. A visit without a car is therefore feasible, if you are looking for a relaxing break. The village hall has an all weather floodlit tennis court for hire. Quiet rural setting within easy reach of the coast. Wide variety of nature reserves / natural areas close by. Wide variety of tourist attractions nearby. Centrally heated, spacious accommodation. Accessible for the disabled. Own parking. Large wooded grounds.
    house
    2br house
      Sleeping four people in two bedrooms, this single storey holiday chalet is on Kingfisher Holiday Park in Burgh Castle, Norfolk. The Chalet is a single storey holiday chalet on Kingfisher Holiday Park in Burgh Castle. It has a double and a twin, a shower room and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside is a shared grassed area. The Chalet is a cosy base for enjoying seaside fun in Great Yarmouth, enjoying the quiet of the many nature and RSPB reserves, or taking to the waters of the Norfolk Broads. Amenities: Electric oil heaters. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Shared use of communal grassed grounds. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop, bar and clubhouse with WiFi 6 mins walk. Note: Property is set on a park with caravans and chalets. Region: Picturesque rolling Fens, unspoilt beaches, and pretty waterways – East Anglia is a dream holiday destination. Norfolk offers beaches, saltmarshes and quaint villages whilst equally as charming are the coast and countryside of Suffolk. Town: Burgh Castle is a small village on the River Waveney, close to the seaside town of Great Yarmouth. The village is close to nature reserves and is a good base for birdwatching. Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth offer good days out. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. Sleeping four people in two bedrooms, this single storey holiday chalet is on Kingfisher Holiday Park in Burgh Castle, Norfolk. The Chalet is a single storey holiday chalet on Kingfisher Holiday Park in Burgh Castle. It has a double and a twin, a shower room and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside is a shared grassed area. The Chalet is a cosy base for enjoying seaside fun in Great Yarmouth, enjoying the quiet of the many nature and RSPB reserves, or taking to the waters of the Norfolk Broads. Amenities: Electric oil heaters. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Shared use of communal grassed grounds. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop, bar and clubhouse with WiFi 6 mins walk. Note: Property is set on a park with caravans and chalets. Region: Picturesque rolling Fens, unspoilt beaches, and pretty waterways – East Anglia is a dream holiday destination. Norfolk offers beaches, saltmarshes and quaint villages whilst equally as charming are the coast and countryside of Suffolk. Town: Burgh Castle is a small village on the River Waveney, close to the seaside town of Great Yarmouth. The village is close to nature reserves and is a good base for birdwatching. Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth offer good days out. Additional amenities include: cooker.
      house
      2br house
      • Pets Allowed
      This mid-terrace ground floor chalet is located near the village of Burgh Castle and can sleep six people in two bedrooms. The Mia is a mid-terrace chalet near the village of Burgh Castle just four miles from Great Yarmouth. The chalet sleeps up to six people and has one double bedroom, one twin and family shower room. Also in the cottage are a fitted kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with a sofa bed. Outside is off road parking for two cars and communal grassed grounds. Situated on the Norfolk Broads, The Mia is a lovely family chalet to be visited all year round. Amenities: Oil radiators. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. One well-behaved dog welcome. Shared use of communal lawned grounds. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and bar 5 mins walk. Note: Property is set on a park with caravans and chalets. Note: Parking is 210 yards from chalet in shared car park. Region: Picturesque rolling Fens, unspoilt beaches, and pretty waterways – East Anglia is a dream holiday destination. Norfolk offers beaches, saltmarshes and quaint villages whilst equally as charming are the coast and countryside of Suffolk. Town: Burgh Castle is a rural Norfolk village, a popular holiday spot due to its proximity to Great Yarmouth. The village backs onto the Norfolk Broads and is adjacent to the River Waveney, providing excellent opportunities for fishing, walking, cycling, and watching the local wildlife. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This mid-terrace ground floor chalet is located near the village of Burgh Castle and can sleep six people in two bedrooms. The Mia is a mid-terrace chalet near the village of Burgh Castle just four miles from Great Yarmouth. The chalet sleeps up to six people and has one double bedroom, one twin and family shower room. Also in the cottage are a fitted kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with a sofa bed. Outside is off road parking for two cars and communal grassed grounds. Situated on the Norfolk Broads, The Mia is a lovely family chalet to be visited all year round. Amenities: Oil radiators. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. One well-behaved dog welcome. Shared use of communal lawned grounds. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and bar 5 mins walk. Note: Property is set on a park with caravans and chalets. Note: Parking is 210 yards from chalet in shared car park. Region: Picturesque rolling Fens, unspoilt beaches, and pretty waterways – East Anglia is a dream holiday destination. Norfolk offers beaches, saltmarshes and quaint villages whilst equally as charming are the coast and countryside of Suffolk. Town: Burgh Castle is a rural Norfolk village, a popular holiday spot due to its proximity to Great Yarmouth. The village backs onto the Norfolk Broads and is adjacent to the River Waveney, providing excellent opportunities for fishing, walking, cycling, and watching the local wildlife. Additional amenities include: cooker.
      house
      2br house
        This quaint, detached cottage sits in the grounds of the owner's home in Burgh Castle near Great Yarmouth and sleeps four people in two bedrooms. Willow Cottage is a unique, detached cottage set in the grounds of the owner's home near the village Burgh Castle, near Great Yarmouth in Norfolk. With two bedrooms, this cottage can sleep four people. There's also a ground floor shower room and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside, there is a shared courtyard garden with off road parking for one car. Set on the border of the Norfolk Broads, and just four miles from the coast, this unique cottage in Norfolk provides families, couples and small groups of friends with character accommodation. Amenities: Electric heating with electric stove. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 1 car. Patio garden with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 1.5 miles, pub 10 mins walk. Beach 4 miles. Note: Steep stairs to bedrooms,care to be taken and may not be suitable for those with limited mobility. Town: Burgh Castle is a rural Norfolk village, a popular holiday spot due to its proximity to Great Yarmouth. The village backs onto the Norfolk Broads and is adjacent to the River Waveney, providing excellent opportunities for fishing, walking, cycling, and watching the local wildlife. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This quaint, detached cottage sits in the grounds of the owner's home in Burgh Castle near Great Yarmouth and sleeps four people in two bedrooms. Willow Cottage is a unique, detached cottage set in the grounds of the owner's home near the village Burgh Castle, near Great Yarmouth in Norfolk. With two bedrooms, this cottage can sleep four people. There's also a ground floor shower room and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside, there is a shared courtyard garden with off road parking for one car. Set on the border of the Norfolk Broads, and just four miles from the coast, this unique cottage in Norfolk provides families, couples and small groups of friends with character accommodation. Amenities: Electric heating with electric stove. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 1 car. Patio garden with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 1.5 miles, pub 10 mins walk. Beach 4 miles. Note: Steep stairs to bedrooms,care to be taken and may not be suitable for those with limited mobility. Town: Burgh Castle is a rural Norfolk village, a popular holiday spot due to its proximity to Great Yarmouth. The village backs onto the Norfolk Broads and is adjacent to the River Waveney, providing excellent opportunities for fishing, walking, cycling, and watching the local wildlife. Additional amenities include: cooker.
        cottage
        3br cottage
          Quirky and well-furnished, the Thatched Cottage Norfolk is a delightful 17th century detached holiday cottage that offers the chance to experience a unique self catering holiday in a wonderfully characterful 400 year old historic house. Located in a village setting, with shop and pub within walking distance, the cottage is ideally positioned for exploring the southern Broads and some of south Norfolk's finest beaches. From here you can walk along the riverbank to the 4th Century Roman Fort at Burgh Castle to take in one of the best views in East Anglia; the view over the Berney Arms Windmill and reed fen (RSPB bird reserve). Take a wander through to Redwings Horse Sanctuary and have a game of golf at nearby Caldecott Hall. Just a few minutes drive away is Fritton Lake Country Park, suitable for a great day out with the family and boasting one of the most beautiful lakes in East Anglia. Hire a boat for the day and enjoy the Norfolk Broads and Waveney river or for a more traditional day at the seaside Gorleston-on-Sea & Great Yarmouth are only a few minutes drive and have something for everyone. The Suffolk Heritage Coast is also within easy reach and for castles, history and shopping the cathedral city of Norwich lends itself to a great day out and is within half an hour's drive. There are many local attractions for children and adults in the area making this a great location for a holiday at any time of the year. The Thatched Cottage Norfolk is a 400 year old, grade II listed, detached cottage with exposed beams and leaded windows. The walled garden to the rear of the house is fully enclosed, secluded and private. There is a furnished patio with table and chairs to seat six - ideal for sitting out on in the warm summer evenings for a spot of al fresco dining or just to enjoy a glass of your favourite tipple! A newly planted herb garden with Rosemary, Mint, Sage, Chives and Thyme can be taken advantage of by those who enjoy cooking with fresh herbs. Ground Floor Hallway where you can hang your coats and park your shoes. Comfortably furnished living room with seating for six people, TV (Freeview), DVD, Radio/CD/iPod dock, exposed beams and inglenook fireplace. A selection of books, games and DVD's are provided for your entertainment. Kitchen/Dining Room with stable door to garden and utility room, range style cooker with 8 burner hob, fridge/freezer, dining table and chairs to seat 6. Utility Room with washing machine and tumble dryer. WC. First Floor There is a good easy staircase to the first floor but you will find that due to the age of the cottage some of the upstairs bedrooms have floors that are quirky and uneven. All of upstairs rooms have both vertical and horizontal beams and sloping ceilings. Bedroom 1: Double Bedroom with traditional heavy iron double bedstead. Bedroom 2: Twin bedroom with traditional heavy iron bedsteads. Bedroom 3: Single bed with traditional heavy iron bedstead. Family bathroom with bath tub and separate shower. Garden The garden is fully enclosed and private. From the kitchen you step out onto a furnished patio with table and chairs to seat six. There is a small herb garden and a picket fence with gate onto a lawned area with mature trees, flower beds and shrubs. Parking There is private off road parking in the driveway to the side of the house where there is room for two smaller cars or one larger vehicle. HIGHLIGHTS 3 Bedrooms (sleeps 5) Private and secluded walled garden Detached character cottage Private parking Close to beaches Walk to pub & shops Central for exploring the Norfolk Broads, Waveney Valley and Norfolk's beaches. Internet (wi-fi) Inglenook fireplace TV | DVD | DVD library Digital radio/CD/Ipod dock Books & GamesRecipe books Welcome pack Our changeover days are negotiable and short breaks with a minimum stay of 3 nights are accepted. Wi-fi is provided as a courtesy and is free to use. A welcome pack is provided for your arrival. Beds have cotton sheets and two pillows per person. All pillows and duvets have non allergy fillings (no feathers). Household towels are provided (one hand towel and one bath towel per person). Please bring your own towels for use at beaches and lido's. A security/damage deposit of ÂŁ150 is payable prior to your holiday start date. The Thatched Cottage Norfolk is the ideal place from which to explore and enjoy the Norfolk Broads, the Waveney river, the fabulous beaches of south Norfolk and the Suffolk heritage coast. Enjoy a variety of country walks, boating, cycling, fishing and bird watching. The excellent sandy beach at Gorleston-on-Sea is only five minutes away by car, Great Yarmouth beach is only 10 minutes away and the Suffolk Heritage coast is also within an easy drive for some great days out. Here are just some of the great days out you can have from the The Thatched Cottage... Beccles – History, shopping, other activities & events: A lovely small country town on the River with an attractive river frontage, church and tower. Great for strolling, pottering and a meal or a drink. Berney Arms Windmill & Marshes – Birds and Nature: The tallest windmill in Broadland. Originally built in the late nineteenth century as a drainage mill, but it also ground clinker for Burgh Castle and Berney Arms cement works (long since demolished). Accessible by water or by walking over the marshes from Berney Arms Station on the Norwich-Great Yarmouth railway line. At RSPB Berney Marshes and Breydon Water you can experience the wide open spaces of grazing marshes and mudflats. Watch out for owls and birds of prey such as hen harrier quartering the land for mice and shrews and watch the spectacular displays of wintering waders and wildfowl. Huge flocks of golden plover, lapwing and wigeon can be seen both on the water and across the marshes. Dunwich Heath and Minsmere Beach – Birds and Nature: Stunning conservation area, rich in wildlife, good walks and spectacular views. Converted coastguards cottages offer information on the heath and the history of the lost town of Dunwich. Fairhaven Woodland and Water Gardens – Gardens and Houses: 131 acres of natural woodland, water gardens and private inner broad, set in the countryside. Enjoy exploring the house and gardens or take a boat trip down the river to the historic ruins of St. Benet's Abbey. Horsey Mill - Castles & history: National Trust owned striking windpump provides stunning views over the coast and broadland landscape. It is an an internationally important site for wildlife and offers a great spot for birdwatching and wintering wildfowl. Norwich – Castles, history, shopping, other activities & events: A beautiful city, with museums, cathedral, castle and other ancient buildings, very large open-air market, pedestrianised shopping and every kind of entertainment and eating out. Use Park and Ride from the bypass or take the train from Great Yarmouth Vauxhall Station. Burgh Castle Roman Fort (English Heritage) – History and Nature: This mainly 4th Century AD Saxon shore fort is one of the largest standing Roman ruins in Britain, consisting of thick, high walls on three sides of an area the size of a football ground. It is always accessible from Church Lane, Burgh Castle or by the riverside path (Angles' Way) starting at the nearby Fisherman's Inn. Spectacular ruins with glorious views of Broadland and Breydon Water. Also nearby: • The Broads – Nature and wildlife: Our newest national park and the country's greatest wet lands. • Browston Hall, Browston: Indoor Bowling, Driving Range and Par 3 Golf • Caldecott Hall, Fritton: Golf Course, Country Club • Fritton Lake Country Park: Fishing, boating, horse riding • Nicholas Everitt Park: Pets Corner • Redwings Horse Sanctuary, Fritton: Stable tours • Sea Life Centre: Aquarium • Somerleyton Hall and Gardens: 19th Century home of Lord Somerleyton. House tours, tearooms
          cottage
          Excellent
          14 reviews
          2br cottage
          • Pets Allowed
          Single story cottage set in the grounds of the owners home. Beautiful terrace leading into large secluded garden. Ample parking in gated drive. Wifi Set in heart of the Norfolk broads and easy reach of the coast while Norwich is 9 miles away. This cottage is surrounded by fields with a woodland walk a few minutes from the back gate. Rural location surrounded by fields. City of Norwich is nine miles away. North Norfolk is a good 40 minutes drive away Always call for special offers. ÂŁ200 Security deposit for all bookings which is reimbursed after the holiday less any penalties that may be incurred Loddon is a small village within 15 minutes walk away. There are a number of pubs/restaurants and shops which include a small supermarket. The famous Wherrymans Way runs along the river Chet that flows through Loddon. Single story cottage. Beautiful terrace leading into large secluded garden. Ample secure parking in gated drive. Free Wifi Dog Friendly CHECK IN between 16.30 and 20.00 - later check in possible with prior agreement
          b&b
          Excellent
          7 reviews
          1br b&b
            Birchway Farm - The Nook Situated in the wilds of south Norfolk, tucked away at the end of a no through road you will find the peaceful retreat that is Birchway Farm - The Nook. This newly converted one up one down cottage (attached to Birchway Farm) offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation with a little bit more… Our self-catering B&B; style gives guests that extra bit of privacy so you can really relax and escape the outside world. The cottage is fully self-contained, with its own private entrance and garden meaning you can breakfast (lunch and dinner) in the comfort of your own cosy little home. The Nook boasts boutique style accommodation with a double bedroom, shower room and fully equipped kitchen. A luxurious, locally sourced breakfast hamper packed full of delicious produce is provided for the first three nights of your stay – you just have to decide whether its breakfast in bed, the kitchen or soaking up the morning sun (when it's out) on the patio! Outside there is plenty of parking and 7 acres of land for guests to roam. Plus, our rural location means there are many peaceful walking and cycling routes. What's Nearby...? The Nook offers a truly rural retreat, but we are well placed for accessing a number of market towns and tourist spots… Norwich: 20 minute drive Norfolk Broads... Loddon: 5 minute drive Beccles: 20 minute drive Norfolk/Suffolk coastline... Lowestoft: 40 minutes Southwold: 45 minutes We are also a stones throw from Seething Airfield and Control Tower Museum meaning we are perfectly placed for those flying in and out or visiting the museum. Other info... Free Wifi Flat screen digital TV with DVD Digital radio with iPod cable Fully equipped kitchen (fridge/freezer, oven, 4 pan hob, toaster, kettle etc) BBQ & outdoor table and chairs Birchway Farm - The Nook offers a truly rural retreat, but we are well placed for accessing a number of market towns and tourist spots‌ What's nearby? Norwich: 20 minute drive Norfolk Broads Loddon: 5 minute drive Beccles: 20 minute drive Norfolk/Suffolk coastline Lowestoft: 40 minutes Southwold: 45 minutes Mundham and Seething Mundham itself is a tiny village of just 63 houses that closely neighbours the slightly larger village of Seething. Seething has a small and very friendly village shop and Post Office selling basic necessities. Loddon The nearby town of Loddon boasts an excellent butcher, deli & cafĂŠ, vintage tearooms, twice monthly Farmers Market, small Co-op supermarket, newsagent, several pubs, two fish and chip shops and three takeaways. You can also gain access to the southern tip of the Broads from Loddon and day boats are available to hire. There are also some great walks and cycling routes around Loddon taking you along the Broads via The Wherryman's Way. Bungay The beautiful market town of Bungay is just a 15 minute drive away and has some exceptional eateries, deli, butchers, fruit and veg shop, supermarket and interior, antique and gift shops that are well worth a visit. Bungay also offers as fantastic little theatre and castle ruins. Norwich Just 20 minutes drive from Birchway Nook is the historic city of Norwich. Not only does it feature the usual collection of high-street shops, restaurants and department stores but also a fantastic covered market, library, historic cobbled streets and magnificent cathedral. A must see is the Norman castle which takes centre stage within the city and contains a fantastic museum and art gallery. The Beach We are also lucky enough to be just 40 minutes away from the seaside. The delightful town of Southwold offers a refined taste of the Heritage coast and is also home to the renowned Adnams Brewery. For the 'kiss me quick' experience head up the coast to the rather more 'lively' resorts of Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. Situated in the wilds of south Norfolk, at the end of a no through road you will find the peaceful retreat that is Birchway Farm - The Nook. This one up one down cottage offers boutique style bed and breakfast accommodation with own kitchen and private garden.
            apt. / condo
            Nice
            2 reviews
            1br apt. / condo
            • Pets Allowed
            A pretty detached single storey holiday lodge, with both shared and private garden.The lodge is cosy, self-contained and tastefully furnished. Adjacent to our property Meadow Cottage, situated right in the heart of Loddon, a small market town on the river Chet. Twenty minutes from the city of Norwich, airport, and train station, access to the Southern Broads and just a short journey to the coast, we are ideally located for exploring all that the region has to offer. Heron Lodge is a ground floor studio accommodation, and has been designed with (email: hidden)ention to detail to provide privacy, comfort and country charm. This self contained studio accommodation has a double bedroom, shower room and a small kitchenette equipped with fridge, microwave, hob plate, toaster and kettle. Also equipped with TV/DVD. Bed linen and towels are provided, and also included are electricity & heating. There is also a small fenced patio area in front of the accommodation. Please note we have some low beams in the property and parking is in the Loddon Staith car park at a rate of £3 per day, free after 6pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays. Loddon boasts an excellent butcher, deli & café, vintage tearooms, twice monthly Farmers Market, Medium sized Co-op supermarket, newsagent, several pubs, and takeaways, a chemist and Barclays bank, access to the southern tip of the Broads from Loddon and day boats are available to hire. There are also some great walks and cycling routes around Loddon taking you along the Broads via The Wherryman's Way. 20 minutes away in Norwich there is something for everyone, with museums, shopping, theatre, Catherdral, Castle and many resturants. country walks to name but a few. There are many fine local country pubs, offering excellent food, and we would be pleased to share our knowledge of the area, and recommend places of interest to our guests. We cater for guests wishing to stay on a self-catering basis, and welcome up to two well-behaved dogs. We would ask guests to refrain from smoking within the property, but guests are more than welcome to smoke in the outside areas. Please note we have some low beams in the property. Sorry no cats. Size: Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedroom Nearest beach: Gorleston-on-Sea, 14 miles. Access: Car not a necessity Nearest amenities: less than 1km Family friendly? Potential bed for one small child, please email for details Notes: Pets welcome No smoking at this property Facilities Luxuries: DVD player General: TV Standard: Kettle, Toaster Utilities: Microwave, Fridge Rooms: 1 Bedroom, 1 living, 1 shower room. Furniture: Double beds (1), Dining seating for 4, Lounge seating for 2 Other: Linen and towels provided Access: Parking is in the Loddon Staith car park at a rate of £3 per day, free after 6pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays. Further details Heron Lodge is a converted farm building and therefore has several low beams within the property. Up to 2 well behaved dogs permitted, but please be aware that we have dogs of our own, and a few chickens and ducks. Loddon is a small market town on the river Chet which lies within the bounds of the Broads National Park, Britain's largest protected wetland..Holy Trinity Church Centred around the beautiful 15th century Holy Trinity Church, Loddon has many fine buildings which reflect the growth of the town over the centuries. For the visitor, the town offers local walks, access to the Southern Broads and a variety of specialist local shops, eateries and pubs. A pretty detached single storey holiday lodge, with both shared and private garden.The lodge is cosy, self-contained and tastefully furnished situated right in the heart of Loddon, a small market town on the river Chet. Loddon is a small market town on the river Chet which lies within the bounds of the Broads National Park.
            cottage
            Excellent
            13 reviews
            2br cottage
              Orchard Cottage, with its typical Norfolk construction and original beams, offers extremely comfortable and cosy accommodation for three visitors in one double and one single bedroom, a lounge/diner, separate kitchen and full bathroom, fully self-contained and all at ground level with minimum of steps. Antique furnishings and the tastefully decorated interior, provide the discerning guest with utmost comfort. French doors open out onto a private south-facing patio and delightful flower-filled gardens especially chosen to attract birds and butterflies. The scent of blossom enhances the natural richness of the surroundings. Enjoy a glass of wine or two and soak up the magic of being deep in the heart of the ancient apple orchard alongside rabbit, pheasant and deer and ever-present birdsong. Capture the carpet of bluebells and primroses in the spring, the magnificent spectacle of apple blossom in early summer and gather sumptuous apples and blackberries from our own orchards in the autumn. We are proud to offer a cottage that offers so much in an outstanding conservation area. The peace and tranquility ensure a very relaxed and restorative stay - perfect for those who just want to get away from it all and enjoy such idyllic surroundings. • Welcome tray with selection of home baking. • Short breaks available. • Idyllic secluded summerhouse in wildflower meadow. • Writers retreat. • Safe and secure locked barn for bicycles. • Dedicated Laundry Room with tumble dryer and chest freezer facilities • No children under 8, smokers or pets. • 1:1 English language courses available by qualified teacher. MIDSUMMER SPECIAL Terrific high season reductions......... going fast! secure your holiday NOW Stable and Orchard Cottage are within the grounds of Green Farm on Saxlingham Green just outside the very attractive and historic village of Saxlingham Nethergate with St. Mary's Church at its heart. Just seven miles south from the bustling city of Norwich, Saxlingham is set in most attractive rolling countryside, laced with footpaths, lanes, bridleways and quiet country roads perfect for cyclists and walkers alike. The village store and postoffice in Hempnall, just 1.5 miles away is open every day and all hours for papers, provisions and post office.
              barn
              Excellent
              2 reviews
              1br barn
                Nestled in rural South Norfolk, Owl Barn offers guests a perfect base from which to discover both Norfolk & Suffolk. The vibrant City of Norwich is just 10 miles away whilst the beautiful Suffolk Heritage Coast is easily accessible. The Wherryman's Way long distance footpath and Route 1 of the National Cycle Network are both very close. Owl Barn offers luxurious accommodation - the large bedroom has a super king sized bed with Egyptian Cotton bedding whilst the bathroom is a wet-room with a walk in shower and there is an additional cloakroom. The open plan kitchen /dining /living room is comfortable and contemporary. The kitchen is well equipped with fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher cooker and washing machine. It is light and airy and offers fabulous views across the countryside. Owl barn is dog-friendly and there are lovely walks from the doorstep. The accommodation is also suitable for people with limited mobility, including wheel chair users. Sisland boasts a post box, a church and a beautiful bluebell wood - Loddon is just a mile away and is well equipped with pubs, cafes and takeaways as well as a small supermarket, bank, butcher & post office. Relax and unwind in Owl Barn - enjoy the idyllic surroundings and the local environment. The resident Barn Owl is often seen quartering the marsh. Owl Barn is exceptionally well equipped for all your holiday needs.
                barn
                Excellent
                1 review
                2br barn
                  Orchard Barn is a single story property. The large, open plan living area offers space for relaxation and is fully equipped with TV and DVD player. The two double bedrooms are comfortable, both have vaulted ceilings. The kitchen is well equipped, with plenty of utensils and kitchen 'gadgets'. The bathroom has a shower cubicle, sink and wc, shaver point and heated towel rail. The private patio area is a real sun trap - it comes equipped with garden furniture, a BBQ and chiminea patio heater. Parking is on shingle directly outside the front door. Orchard Barn is an ideal base for all ages, perfect for couples who wish to take a short break or family groups. Orchard Barn is situated in a quiet, rural location, but it benefits from easy access to both Norfolk & Suffolk. It is the perfect base for all types of holidays - plenty to occupy families with the beech, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft within easy reach. For those seeking culture, Norwich is just 15 minutes away with its theatres and galleries. For the active there are long distance footpaths,(we are located at the half way point of the Wherrymans' Way). Cycle route 1 is very near by and there is fishing, sailing, boat hire and even skiing & parachuting within half an hour. Unspoilt, and ready and waiting to be explored. Orchard Barn, in it's rural, but accessible location, offers a perfect gateway to all that East Anglia has to offer. An ideal venue for couples, or family groups who wish to holiday together Orchard barn can be available on a bed & breakfast basis, with evening meals also available.
                  house
                  3br house
                    A beautiful presented caravan on Bure Village Breydon Waters Great Yarmouth Norfolk. A ideal location for wild life enthusiast . Various fishing lakes nearby. Park resorts site with all amenities the caravan is fully equipped with gas central heating and double glazed. All beds made up on arrivals. BURE 125 please note although the caravan park is open all of the entertainment package finished from nov till easter. Also the shops and pool If entertainment passes are needed an additional cost and order at the time of booking. Our caravan location is for those who are looking for a quieter holiday and tranquility.
                    Home/Apartment
                    4br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Smoking Allowed
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceA 500 year old building in a beautifully quiet and remote setting. The house and gardens are for our guests' exclusive use - nobody lives on site or nearby. Original features and antique furniture combine with modern and functional facilities with all the equipment and extras any generation or group size could wish for to make your stay entertaining and interesting. Cosy up in Winter with board games by the fireside and hearty cooking after a refreshing walk along quite lanes and footpaths. In Summer you can spend days outdoors enjoying the grass between your toes. If you want sand between your toes beautiful beaches are 45 minutes away. Only 110 miles away from centre of London via mostly straight and flat easy roads. The cottage is ideal for a maximum of 8 adults plus 2 sofa beds. Inside - The kitchen, living and dining areas are open plan. Living room- The living room has three fabric sofas and two armchairs arranged around the wood burning stove and a small TV. One low beam and low doorway. Board games, books and DVDS for children and adults. Maps and local interest books Kitchen- Neff oven with grill Ceramic hob Dishwasher Extra large pots and pans Dining- Extendable dining table provides ample space for 8 people, 10 at a squeeze with a bay window looking onto the back garden. Dresser holding crockery for 8 full settings and childrens plates and cutlery. Additional sets available. Bedrooms- New beds and mattresses 100% cotton bed linens (thread count varies) All season duvets (7.5 tog and 4.5 tog) Feather and down pillows Good heating Bedroom 1 - Ground floor front dual aspect North East - 3mx4m with King Size bed, open fireplace (not for use), two small windows, carpeted. This is the best room for a cot as it's on the ground floor close to bathroom and loo and it's also fairly dark in the evening. This room has its own door onto the garden. Bedroom 2 - Ground floor west - 2.4x3.2m with high ceiling and window facing the sunset. King-size bed. Bedroom 3 - Upstairs North facing - exposed beams, stripped floorboards. This is used as a childrens room because it is very large (4.5mx4m) so good for games and play. It has two full sized single beds, a sofa bed (making a double or splits into two small singles) and an additional quality memory foam single sofa bed. Accessible via its own (steep) staircase and door with a stairgate at the top for safety. Bedroom 4 - 4.5 x 4m Upstairs South facing - King size bed, chest of drawers, hangers. A large, bright double room with all original timbers, wattle and daub limewashed and exposed. A historian's or artist's delight, with clear light and a fine view over the fields. Accessed by its own (steep) staircase. Bathroom (on the ground floor) with bath and overhead shower with pump (no loo in here). Simple soaps shampoo conditioner and shower gel provided. A separate WC with washbasin is located off the entrance lobby. Utility room: Washing machine Tumble dryer Iron and board Microwave Food processor Barbecue accessories Slow cooker Boot room: For coats and boots. Feel free to use our boots and waterproofs if you forget to bring your own. Gardens: No next door neighbours, no sharing a garden. The plot is 1/3 acre and the house sits centrally on it. 2 large level lawns on the front lawn with a slope with garden furniture which can be moved to wherever the weather conditions are best in the garden. There is now a large sheltered limestone patio for blustery days and a small South facing patio at the end of the house. Access to stream and meadows. New wooden climing frame and swing set. Barbecue Outdoor seating and dining set From here you may walk along the field edge to join the main footpath along the fields. The setting: The cottage is reached via a long lane by a small stream fed by springs. The nearest neighbours are on the other side of the stream, they have a smallholding with goats and chickens. The house is entirely surrounded by fields and sits centrally on the plot. The front garden has views across a meadow towards the church and the Tas Valley beyond. The main lawn is enclosed by lilac, apple trees, hawthorn mixed hedges and shaded by a huge oak Tree with swing, trampoline, climbing frame Honeysuckle, hazel, holly and other shrubs, a walnut tree, oak tree, shrub roses and perennial flower beds. The back garden offers fabulous tranquility and privacy with evening sunset views across the meadows. Walking: Located in the Tas Valley with the Tas Valley Way footpath running from along by the church. The Tas Valley Way is a 25 mile footpath running from Norwich to Attleborough. (Signposts adjacent the church.) A custom OS map is provided. Wildlife The area is a quiet peaceful haven of tranquility. Woodland areas and set aside fields mean there is an abundance of wildlife with deer, rabbits and bird life visible from the house. These can be spotted easily from the bay window. Activities Cycling Walking Sailing and kayaking Gliding and flying Motor racing at Lotus Factory nearby Sightseeing - historic buildings, gardens Shopping and dining in Norwich Included: Bed linens Towels Available for use Basic low allergen toiletries Seasonings, stocks, oils for cooking Tea, coffee, cocoa and squash, some milk Cleaning products and bin liners Cot bed High chair Children's cutlery, plates and bowls Extras upon request: Locally sourced Breakfast Hamper Condiments pack Drinks and nibbles Home made cream cakes and/or scone Communications: -Free wifi -Mobile signal is poor -Landline Entertainment: Radios in all the bedrooms, a CD beatbox and a small freeview TV/monitor. Portable Lava light/media player available for garden use. We will be available on mobile or email at all times - please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions during your stay. Pricing: Offers for return guests. Offers at low season Staged payments can be made on request. Additional fees for dogs Additional fees for late or early arrival on arrangement. Guest AccessGuests have the whole property to themselves including the gardens and drive. The postman and deliveries may take place and a gardener might also need to mow the lawn. Interaction with GuestsI am always available via Air bnb. I am sometimes available to meet and greet. Nobody lives here, it's a permanent holiday let. The NeighborhoodCLIMATE - Norfolk is the driest county in the UK. It has a natural weather front at the coast so if it does rain you can drive to the beach to find sunshine. Located in the Tas Valley with the Tas Valley Way footpath running from along by the church. The Tas Valley Way is a 25 mile footpath running from Norwich to Attleborough. (Signposts adjacent the church.) The area is a quiet peaceful haven of tranquility. Woodland areas and set aside fields mean there is an abundance of wildlife with deer, rabbits and bird life visible from the house. These can be spotted easily from the bay window. Great for cycling, riding, walking and trips to the seaside. Children love it here, there is space and freedom to roam and explore. The cottage is very remote so please don't expect anything within walking distance apart from the village hall, church and post box. The nearest pub is 2 miles away. Getting AroundNearest Rail Stations: Diss 12 miles Norwich 10 Wymondham 5 Shops 2.5 miles Cycle available for use Bus stop 10 mins walk Five buses a day and no service on Sunday Other bus services 2 miles away. Other Things to NoteDue to its location it is extremely dark and quiet. Allergens - Due to the type of historic building construction (wattle, daub, thatch, very old timber) the property might cause a reaction in people with asthma so please also bring medications if required. Some low beams and doorways in the living areas Some low threshold steps on the ground floor Very steep staircases. Both have doors at the bottom and one has a safety gate at the top. We only let only to verified members of Air Bnb. Please note that Air bnb don't allow exchange of contact details.
                    Home/Apartment
                    1br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Parking
                    The Space4* Gold self catering accomodation in the country side surrounded on 3 sides by Bawburgh Lakes and fisheries but only 10 minutes drive in to the CITY Guest AccessYou'll get the whole barn withers own parking bay and patio area plus use of the 2 acre grounds including picnic areas, wild grass meadow for kite flying or rounders, lakeside path walks and decking areas plus woodland playground and seating. Interaction with GuestsWe the owners are ambasadors of Norwich - trained and experienced to tell you about all the great places to visit. We have an extensive guest book and offer on site cookery courses, fishing passes and extras like yoga, beauty therapy and exercise. Plus we have a few borrowers list - - - The NeighborhoodNorwich is a FINE CITY - - tons of shoppings including the LANES with over 200 independence shops, cafes and resturants. A beautiful cathedral, lots of museums including the Castle. Plus theme parks, zoo's adventure zones and more all close by. We love the Sainsbury centre - 5 minutes away and The Norfolk Show Ground events - 5 minutes the other way. Getting AroundAll our three barns have a private parking bay plus there is also visitors parking - bike hire is available on request, but feel free to bring your own - you can get around really easily here. Plus we are 10 minutes walk to the closest bus stop and a 15 minute taxi fare away from the train station. The Airport is only 15 - 20minutes away offering car hire on arrival. Other Things to NoteBawburgh is a small village with gastro pub, a river with free fishing and the infamous St Walstons Well & Church - - lots of walking nearby including Geocache plus being in the heart of East anglia you can choose North, south or East to access the many BEACHES only 30 - 40 minutes away.
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                    Bedroom
                    • Wifi
                    • Breakfast
                    • Parking
                    The Kings Head is a 17th Century Country Inn and restaurant. Enjoy the charm and character of this delightful AA4 star Gold accommodation. Our 6 luxurious en suite rooms offer modern comforts, beautifully preserved period features, free wifi & TV.
                    Bed & Breakfast
                    1br Bed & Breakfast
                    • Wifi
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Breakfast
                    • Parking
                    The SpacePlease note that the £40price is per person based upon double occupancy. Single occupancy rate is £50pppn.
                    house
                    5br house
                    • Pets Allowed
                    A substantial detached five bedroomed house set in a rural location surrounded by farmland. Heated indoor (and detachable roof) private swimming pool, hot tub and own woodland on 1.5 acres. of land. Inglenook fire place for cosy winters. We are surrounded by a farm ! That means we get deer, hedgehogs, jack rabbits, hares, grouse and all of kinds of wildlife wondering in. Don't worry, they keep out of your way but if you are lucky you might see them. It's also an excellent spot for bird watchers so I am told. We offer a visiting spa facility including massage, facials, body-wraps, reflexology either in the summer house studios or in the comfort of the main residence or even poolside. We can also offer hog roasts on request - please let us know your specific requirements if you are hosting an event and we can make the arrangements for you. A kind word about Noise Nuisance: Please respect the neighbours and the environment - especially around the hot tub area after 11pm. Any complaints will be treated seriously and you will be at risk of forfeiting part of the deposit. Signs are clearly visible in the hot tub area. There is extensive space away from this area where noise is less likely to travel as far.
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                    3br house
                      Features include - Three bedrooms,Very large master bedroom with En- suite wc, flat screen television/dvd, with mirrored double wardrobes and overhead storage cubboards a vanity area , two singles with a further double pull out bed in the lounge with plenty of storage cupboards/wardrobes. Double Shower cubicle with power shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail. There is a hairdrier, travel cot,Highchair, bed guard and childrens cutlery, available for your use, Iron and Ironing Board. Fully equipped Modern Kitchen including microwave, full sized gas cooker and intergrated fridge freezer,Extracter fan,ambient under cubboard lights, full inventory of cutlery, toaster, kettle, Hoover,highchair,Sandwich Toaster, basically everything you need for your stay. There is a spacious lounge with large comfy sofas with an array of cushions, french walnut unit that houses a 40" HD 1080 wall mounted flat screen television/dvd and a electric pebble effect fire for those cosy nights in, a selection of DVDs for your use also games to keep you entertained. plus, free standing dining table and chairs. The caravan has Vaulted ceilings with spotlights thoughout, double glazed and full central heating , French doors leading out on to a 6ftx12ft Enclosed Decking Veranda perfect for alfresco dining,and safe for children, Outside there is a bbq-(not to be lit on decking area) pls clean after use, and table and chairs with parasol.,Bench,The Caravan is situated on a large corner plot with plenty of room for parking, and for children to play The park has 24hr security. 3, 4 or 7 night stays or more available. Duvets, pillows and mattress protectors beds made up on arrival .Cleaning materials are provided all that we ask is that you replace what you use up ready for next guests, . Strictly NO smoking in the caravan or pets, felt tip pens Luxury 3 bedroom caravan on the popular Haven Wild duck Holiday Park. The caravan is classed as Platinum with 12ft/6ft enclosed Decking Veranda on a large end corner plot please contact me for available dates and prices bookings 3nts friday - monday 4nts monday-friday 7nts friday-friday or monday-monday
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                      Bedroom
                      • Wifi
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceThe house is a new build property and comes with allocated parking in a private carpark at the rear of the property that you will have access to. You will have full usage of the house including the kitchen and lounge/dining room. There is an upstairs bathroom with shower as well as a separate downstairs toilet. There is also a nice little garden at the rear of the property that you will have access to. Interaction with GuestsI live in the house but am away quite regularly so you may have the house to yourself. If I am at home, I welcome you to make the place your home and I will be there should you need any help with the anything including getting around the local area or ideas for pubs and restaurants and places to visit. But ultimately I understand and appreciate that some people prefer to keep themselves to themselves so I will not intrude if you'd rather be left to your own thing. The NeighborhoodGorleston is a lovely seaside town and the sandy beach is around a 20 minute walk from my house. There is a near by high street with a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants which is also about a 20 minute walk away. A few minutes walk from my house you will find a convenience store and cash machine. There are also a few takeaway restaurants within a 5 minute walk. The James Paget Hospital is located at the end of my road and can be reached within a 10 minute walk. Getting AroundThe house is walking distance to the beach and high street. There is a bus stop just outside the front door with regular buses to Lowestoft, Great Yarmouth and Norwich. Great Yarmouth can be reached in 10 minutes by car and Norwich is about a 40 minute drive away. There is a train service in Great Yarmouth with links to Norwich, Ipswich and London. There is a corner shop a few minutes walk from the house. There is allocated parking at the rear of the house in a private carpark.
                      Home/Apartment
                      Excellent
                      74 reviews
                      2br Home/Apartment
                      • Wifi
                      • Breakfast
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceThe Dairy Barn is surrounded by lawns with moat 16 foot deep nearby which is not fenced off and private woodland. The barn is 1515 sq ft excluding 2 bathrooms - the dining room has a high vaulted ceiling. The sitting room has beams plus windburner - logs provided. Conservatory with table and chairs to have breakfast/dine in. There is a garden area to sit in and have bbqs. Kitchen providing tumble dryer dishwasher cooker fridge microwave. Two bedrooms - ground floor bedroom double bed with ensuite wetroom - second floor bedroom double bed plus single sofa bed providing a bed for fifth person. Airing cupboard with towels. There are two further deep ponds. Short walk to an Adnams public house The Worlds End, Boots chemist, post office and Coop. Minute walk to Mulbarton common. City centre 10 mins. Wymondham train station ten minutes. Norwich train station twenty minutes. Bus service in to the city. Mulbarton is a charming village located 5 miles south of Norwich. Doctors surgery. Large common with pond home to many ducks. There are no animals cats dogs or otherwise that live in this property. Guest AccessGuests can have access to garden except walled garden. If you would like to use the bbq gas or charcoal please ask! Interaction with GuestsI'm available by phone at all times or knock on door of The Old Hall. The NeighborhoodLiving in mulbarton offers the attraction of rural life with the benefits of excellent transport links and the city connections only moments away. Getting AroundLocal bus stop five minutes walk. Other Things to NoteOff road walks to rear of Hall. Very quiet. Church nearby. Local pubs The Bird in Hand five minutes in car. Three Boars public house 10/15 minutes. Stoke Holy Cross mill restaurant 15 minutes.