Nestling in a picturesque village of Sedgeford, just a few miles from the stunning Norfolk coast, this cosy, traditional 19th century cottage offers ideal accommodation for a family keen to enjoy this lovely area.
Honey Cottage, Sedgeford, dates from 1823 and is built from local sandstone. Carefully restored to combine tradition with contemporary style, spacious living areas and bedroom combinations mean the property suits adult groups or families. All rooms overlook south-facing gardens where there is a sheltered, paved patio area complete with garden furniture. Dine in and enjoy an evening with a DVD, light the BBQ and socialise outdoors or treat yourself at the local pub - within walking distance of your base. Finally, retire to a comfortable bed, made up with fine linen and catch up on well-earned rest.
Refreshed and ready, Peddars Way, a long distance path which runs along the outskirts of the village and National Cycle Route 1 which runs through it, await. Discard car and enjoy the fresh air as you follow in Roman footsteps along ancient trackways or freewheel through breathtaking countryside.
If the coast is your goal, then Heacham, with sea, sand and, on a clear evening, wonderful sunsets, is 2 miles distant. Snettisham, within 4 miles, has both beach and RSBP reserve whilst the royal estate of Sandringham, under 10 miles away, offers opportunities to visit one of the Queen's favourite homes.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.