An attractive former coach house, offering spacious accommodation for twelve guests, with access to a shared games room and a 30’ indoor spring-water swimming pool.
The Coach House at Haveringland Hall is a single storey property, one of four which have been converted from fine coach house buildings, nestled within an Italianate courtyard in a delightful 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.
A handsome property sleeping up to 12 guests, it's the perfect retreat for a big family or groups of adults looking for a place to celebrate a special occasion or just spend time together. There are superb leisure facilities including a 30-foot indoor heated pool, fed by natural spring water.
Take a day out and head 12 miles down to Norwich to explore the city centre and pick up a few souvenirs. It's 18 miles up to Cromer on the coast where you can walk the famous pier and take in a theatre show. Blickling Estate is only 8 miles away so go visit the house and meander through the pretty gardens or hop onboard the Bure Valley Steam Train (7 miles) for a great way to see the Norfolk Broads.
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 £300 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.