Nestled in the beautiful Norfolk countryside, Meadow View is ideal for exploring both the Norfolk Broads and North Norfolk coastline.. 2 steps to entrance.
Open plan living space: With wooden floor and French doors leading to patio.
Living area: With Smart TV.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Utility area: With washing machine.
Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed.
Wet room: With shower, toilet and heated towel rail.
Bedroom 2: With zip and link super kingsize bed (can be twin beds on request).
Bedroom 3: With kingsize bed and French door leading to balcony.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, toilet and heated towel rail.. Oil underfloor central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot and highchair. Welcome pack. Enclosed lawned garden with patio, terrace and garden furniture. Balcony with outdoor furniture. 3 dogs welcome, to be kept on a lead at all times (sheep country). Private parking for 3 cars. No smoking.. Excellent walking direct from the door and centrally located for exploring both the North Norfolk Coast and Norfolk Broads, this beautifully presented, detached conversion provides perfect holiday accommodation for families and couples. An added feature for younger and older guests is the fact that this property has a ground floor bedroom and wet room. Meadow View offers light, inviting open plan accommodation that makes a good social hub, with a well-equipped kitchen and plenty of parking. Boasting both a first floor verandah and an enclosed garden, it makes for a great place to return, relax and enjoy the wonderful views across meadow land with grazing sheep, and perfect for al fresco dining.
For those that prefer eating out, the area offers opportunities with bistro pubs and award-winning fine dining restaurants locally. The house stands within the owner’s grounds, neighbouring to their home, yet commanding its own privacy. The popular market town of North Walsham, 1 mile away, offers shops, supermarkets, a train station, cafés and pubs. The seaside village of Mundesley, 4 miles away, has a wide sandy beach, golf course and village centre with shops and pubs. There are excellent walking and cycle routes available from the doorstep. Footpaths lead to Paston Way and Pigney Wood; an important wildlife woodland and wetland refuge for birds, mammals and insects such as goldcrest, nuthatch, warblers, otters, water voles, butterflies and dragonflies. Dog walkers will also welcome the close proximity of Bacton Woods, made up of 280 acres of woodland and just 10 minutes away by car. Three way-marked walks can be found here to leisurely explore and discover the 200-year-old trees.
Further delightful beaches found at Trimingham and Sidestrand are within 20 minutes’ drive. Further spectacular beaches at Holkham and Wells-next-the-Sea are an hour’s drive. Wroxham, the capital of The Broads, is 12 miles away, with its daily boat hire, river trips and riverside shops and cafés. The Georgian market town of Holt is 19 miles away. The seaside towns of Cromer, 10 miles, and Sheringham, 15 miles have excellent beaches, shops, cafés and pubs. Cromer has a pier, promenade and working RNLI life boat station and museum, whilst Sheringham is home to the North Norfolk Steam Railway, which visits neighbouring and coastal villages. Well worth a visit during December and February is Horsey Beach, 17 miles away, for your chance to spot hundreds of grey seals and pups along the shore. Don’t miss a day out in the cathedral city of Norwich, 16 miles, with quaint cobbled streets and a medieval castle. Blakeney Quay for boat trips and crab fishing is 23 miles away. National Trust halls and gardens including Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall, Holkham Hall and Sheringham Park are within easy reach and the National Trust membership also offers free parking to many coastal car parks. The Royal Sandringham Estate and museum is 44 miles. Beach 4 miles. Shops, pub serving food and restaurant 1 mile.
Dogs must be kept on a lead outside the property, sheep country.Get the full listing »