“This is a genuinely old cottage and has been sensitively refurbished to provide all modern amenities whilst still retaining its strong cottage character.”
The owners have gone to great lengths to provide all that could possibly be required for an enjoyable and comfort stay, for people and (if applicable) a dog. Internally it is a delightful, cozy property. It is well placed for touring around Norfolk, and an interesting walking/cycle route along a former railway (The Marriott’s Way) is very close. However it does have some drawbacks beyond the owners’ control. It is situated on a very busy main road near a major junction and almost opposite a large petrol station. However it is double-glazed and pretty quiet inside. There is, as promised, space off road outside for one car, but if any visitors had a second car this would be very difficult to park nearby. Although there is a small enclosed garden to rear, there is no outlook other than the road. The tiny spiral stair could be very hazardous for the very old, young or anyone with limited mobility. The combination of very awkward stairs and downstairs bathroom, beyond the living room and kitchen, make access to the bathroom difficult in the night. Additionally one of the double bedrooms can only be reached through the other. For any visitors for whom these drawbacks do not matter, and there may well be many, the property can be warmly recommended.