Set in the beautiful south Norfolk countryside a modern, well presented holiday cottage where you can relax and unwind in peace and quiet . Situated in the heart of East Anglia it is a great base to explore from, you will be within easy reach of all the local attractions.
The holiday cottage is a two bedroomed home from home, nestling in a quiet residential cul de sac with it's own private garden to relax in . The village pub is within walking distance and two others nearby.
Choose from three farmhouse cafes within 2.5 miles for a cooked breakfast or cakes and coffee plus more.
The spacious bungalow is immaculately presented and well equipped for your stay and enjoys
a south east facing position
all on one floor
a large welcoming hall way
a lounge with dining area
compact kitchen with breakfast bar and two stools
one double bedroom with fitted wardrobes
one twin bedroom (ideal for children or a second couple)
a refurbished bathroom with an electric shower over the bath
it's own secluded garden (surrounded only by a steep bank)
a garden which is laid with stones
a large decking area with gazebo and table and chairs to sit and eat at or to enjoy the sun
Linen (duvets, sheets, pillowcases) are included
Sorry you will need to provide your own towels (or £15 per week by request)
Full central heating throughout
Wifi / internet access
Travel cot and highchair upon request.
On street parking (at the end of a quiet cul de sac outside the property)
For more information please see our website www.number5.info (or the link above)
Or contact us by email (one of the reasons why we list our holiday home with Cottages Direct and Stilwells is to offer you contact with us direct).
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