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About The Granary
Ground floor cottage, graded 4* with VisitBritain. Sleeps 6+cot in two bedrooms. 1xdouble bedroom, 1x 4beds (bunks and 2 singles). The walled garden to the rear of the cottage is secure for children and dogs. It is set in a quiet location 100m+ back from the road, in the very large garden of the Manor House, where the owners live. Several cars can be parked outside the front door of the cottage. The bathroom has a large shower and seperate bath. Internal doors are wide enough for a wheelchair. The living area has a beamed ceiling, and is L shaped with the oak dining table and chairs seating 6 in the kitchen area which is near the back door to the garden. Kitchen is well equipped. Pick and eat the in season fruit (apples, plums, pears, figs, grapes) and vegetables growing in the kitchen garden, The garden has a wooden table and chairs under the fruit trees, and a bbq. By separate arrangement horses are also welcome and can be stabled in the courtyard stables or put in a paddock for their holiday too. Dogs are very welcome, but please do not leave them in the cottage during the day! Linen, heating, and electric included in the price. Children duvets (cars, wombles etc) for younger guests. Please bring your own beach towels, Maid service is available by seperate arrangement. There is a very large medieval church 200m from the cottage, the bells strike the hours but are only faintly heard inside the cottage.The cottage is set in the middle of the village which has 5 different take aways!, post office, supermarket, newsagent, bakery and two pubs within 5 minutes walk. There is a frequent bus service to Kings Lynn or Spalding from the bottom of drive. Kings Lynn is a very historic town with many museums, and interesting parts to explore. Swan and marshbird reserves are nearby. Open all year round.
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Random England fact:
According to the Guinness Book of Records, the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford was the first museum in the world to have opened its doors to the public when it first opened in 1683.
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