The quirky flint house is nestled in a Humphrey Repton landscaped valley on the edge of a private family estate.
Celebrate special occasions with friends, family and canine companions at this historic house with sea views. Set on a private country estate, this coastal retreat is less than 1 mile from the sea, 27 miles from the Norfolk Broads and 22 miles from the cathedral city of Norwich. Back at the property, find something for everyone from a games room to a function room complete with a dance floor and DJ booth, and stunning grounds with two BBQ areas and a private hot tub.
This 18th-century former country house has been lovingly restored to offer stylish and welcoming accommodation fit for 21st-century life. Prepare family feasts in the chic and contemporary kitchen/breakfast room with its double American-style fridge/freezer, large oven and separate utility room. Evening meals are best enjoyed in the spectacular formal dining room complete with a large inglenook fireplace and table to seat 16. In the evenings, relax and unwind in the lounge while enjoying a tipple from the bar, available to hire separately. Or challenge fellow guests to a game of table tennis, pinball or pool in the games room. If hosting a large party, the function room with its dancefloor, DJ booth and commercial kitchen can be booked. Arranged across two floors, each of the seven bedrooms has been elegantly finished with classic decor and Egyptian cotton sheets with goose down duvets. The grandeur of this property continues outside to the beautifully landscaped grounds where you will find extensive lawns, BBQ areas, patios and a six-person hot tub overlooking the woods and sea beyond.
Perched on a private estate, guests are invited to enjoy scenic walks through the woodland with four-legged friends. Beyond the estate, the Norfolk Coast Path and the Paston Way offer spectacular views at every step, passing medieval churches, rolling farmland, disused railways and of course beautiful beaches. Just 1 mile away, the sandy beach at Overstrand offers a peaceful haven for swimming and surfing. Meanwhile, just 2 miles along the coastline lies the traditional seaside resort of Cromer, home to sandy beaches, museums, attractions and ‘Britain’s Great Barrier Reef’.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.