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Appletree Cottage is a C18th brick and cobble cottage on the edge of a common which is a conservation area. With walks onto the common from the door and through nearby woods this is ideal for dog owners.
This pretty old cottage has - A bedroom with double bed overlooking the garden and a bedroom with a single bed. The stairs are quite wide and shallow.
There is an upstairs cloakroom and the bathroom is downstairs, bath , toilet and washbasin.
The kitchen has an electric oven, fridge /freezer and microwave.
The beamed sitting room looks out out over the long front garden , T.V. video recorder and a dining area.
The large, enclosed garden is to the front of the cottage and is a lovely place to sit after a day out.
NB - Bed-linen, towels, tea towels are not provided
Short breaks are by arrangement with the owner only
The cottage can be reached without a car, by Bittern Line train from Norwich to Gunton, this stop is about 1/2 - 3/4 mile from the cottage.
Golden sandy beaches (Blue Flag )are a short drive away at Mundesley (about 3 miles) The cottage has a pleasant garden and pets are welcome. There is a village pub, the Vernon Arms that serves excellent meals and a shop about a mile away in Southrepps. The award winning Gunton Arms is close by.
There is a golf course at nearby Mundesley , Cromer and Sheringham.
The Bittern Line railway runs from Gunton Station about 1/2 a mile from the cottage door. This goes to Norwich , North Walsham and Cromer.
North Norfolk railway and The Bure Valley railway are in easy reach.
National Trust, Felbrigg Hall, Blickling Hall and Sheringham Park are all within easy reach . These offer lots of good dog walking.
Norwich provides an excellent shopping centre, castle and cathedral. Parking at the Park and Ride car park on Wroxham Road is the easiest way to reach the city.
The North Norfolk coast offers many bird watching areas and trips to see the seals from Morston , near Blakeney.
North Walsham and Cromer have many local shops and supermarkets and
a new Waitrose has opened on the main North Walsham to Cromer Road.
There is lots to do and see in this lovely area.
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