“As a party of six adults we hired this property for a family celebration to allow us to each have our own bathroom.”
It is a beautiful property and even if you were 5 couples, each could have their own facilities as there is one additional bathroom and another smaller shower room. The photographs are accurate, but don’t seem to do the property justice as it is a very spacious and comfortable home. With a lot of people there would be room for all to find their own space to relax with one large and two smaller lounges. The kitchen is huge, and we used the dining room next to this as it has a lovely farmhouse table sitting 12 at least. We didn’t use the more formal dining area but it is equally large and would be great for a Christmas dinner!
You are not far from anywhere here, Norwich 7 miles, the start of the Broads within 2 miles and a pub The Chequers about a mile away. Some beautiful beaches are also close by. You do need a car to get around although Taxis will take you to and from the pub etc. We hired a mini bus so if you don’t fancy walking or driving it’s a short taxi ride, as an alternative. There are horses on the farm which some of our party thoroughly enjoyed visiting but if you aren’t keen, you don’t have to see them! The countryside views from the windows are beautiful, including “ the big sky” in Norfolk, for star gazers. The owner pops to the farm to see to the horses, this is helpful for askImg any questions and advice about the area, while not being in the least intrusive.
Washing machine, dish washer, Fridge freezers (2) and huge variety of kitchen utensils, tea, coffee and milk etc are available on arrival. The central heating is easy to use if needed ( we occasionally put it on for an hour) and there is a lovely log fire for colder months.
We hired a boat on the Broads and visited Sandringham Both of which we would advise booking In advance, we did this but would have been disappointed if we hadn’t as they were all quite booked up two weeks beforehand in September. Cromer was worth a visit and there are lovely pubs In towns on the Broads to sit and watch the world go by.
Alternatively you could sit in the garden and relax looking at the fields or watch TV or one of the many DVDs available On a rainy day .
We can thoroughly recommend this property for its relaxed atmosphere and beautiful facilities.
- Brigette, September 2020