(+/- 4 days), 7 nights
An attractive converted coach house sleeping four guests, enjoying a desirable location in the pretty Georgian town of Holt, within a few hundred metres of the thriving town centre.
Offering wonderful river views and set in a beautiful converted mill, this fantastic loft apartment makes a lovely holiday home in a beautiful Norfolk village close to the famous Broads.
Ideally situated on the extensive Sandringham Estate, this wonderful, traditional and cosy holiday cottage offers the perfect destination for a relaxing rural break in tranquil surroundings.
King's Lynn (3mls E), Norfolk
Ideal countryside retreat ideal for a family break away in the heart of Norfolk.
2 converted barns set in a village overlooking the largest common in Norfolk with duck pond and children’s play area. The village provides a great base for visiting Norwich, the Norfolk Broads, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.
Detached bungalow in a quiet location with large garden and woodland walks. Conveniently situated for exploring Norfolk with a range of activities from visiting the beach, going to the races or riding the steam train.
Detached cottage with woodburner, situated on the Norfolk/Suffolk border close to the River Waveney. Good boating and fishing facilities within 500 yards. Shop and Post Office 1 mile, 2 pubs close by.
A period barn conversion property, sleeping four guests, offering a peaceful rural location with a private garden and shared games room, situated just twelve miles from the beautiful Norfolk coast.
Field Dalling, Norfolk
Attractive Grade II listed cottage offering well-maintained period accommodation for four guests in the rural village of Field Dalling, just four miles from the North Norfolk coast.
An attractive single-storey cottage for four, enjoying a quiet village location overlooking the rolling fields of the Norfolk countryside, and situated just ten miles from the beach at Cromer.
This traditional brick and flint property faces the beautiful medieval church at the heart of the picturesque village of Trunch, which is just a couple of miles from the beautiful Norfolk coast.
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