A thoughtfully converted coach house, offering single-storey accommodation and excellent shared facilities - a perfect base to explore the Norfolk Broads and coastline.
On the grounds of Haveringland Hall, this is one of four single storey properties that have been converted from fine coach house buildings, all nestled within an Italianate courtyard of in a peaceful woodland setting. Built in 1840 on a design by famed Buckingham Palace architect Edward Blore, the Clock Tower entrance (with working clocks similar to that of the Palace) is thought to be the only other example of its kind. There are superb leisure facilities, including a 30-foot indoor pool, fed by natural spring water.
The magnificent Blickling Estate is 8 miles from the property; go and explore these delightful premises, take in artwork and wander through the pretty gardens. The Bure Valley Railway is 7 miles away so hop onboard and use it as a great way to get-to-know the Norfolk Broads. A dinosaur adventure park is 6 miles away and a perfect place to take the little ones.
Why not head into Norwich for a day exploring the city centre? It's 11 miles drive from the property and full of fun attractions to explore. The unique village of Thursford is 22 miles away while the coastal resort of Cromer is 18 miles and would make an excellent daytrip – make sure you try a dish of Cromer crab.
The shared properties have a shared swimming pool which will be open, but WC and changing facilities will be closed, shared games room will be open with hand sanitisers to be used.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.
Please note there is a refundable £100 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.