This converted coach house still retains its original charm – the interior is rustic yet elegant. We love the exposed beams, stone floors and high ceilings. The southwest-facing walled garden with its pretty lawn is the perfect spot to unwind – fire up the barbecue for an alfresco lunch. On chillier evenings, cosy up in front of the wood-burning stove or have a luxurious soak in the roll-top bath. There is plenty of family fun to be had in this home – let siblings battle it out at the football table or bury themselves in a board game in the entertainment room. In the cloakroom, you'll find ample space for buckets and spades, and we recommend heading out to the nearby Cromer Beach for the day (a twenty-minute drive). If you want to explore the Norfolk Broads – it's just over thirty minutes in the car. Or it's a three-minute stroll to the local pub for a hearty meal and a pint to round off a perfect day in Norfolk.
Home truths: *A trip to the beach is a must so remember to bring your own beach towels as these are not provided
*The host recommends this home only for children over twelve
*Tread carefully on the stone floor – its uneven nature is part of the charm
*The twin bedroom can be made up into a double
*The dining table doubles up as a laptop-friendly space
*No fireworks, stag or hen parties are allowed here
*This home accepts a maximum of six adults and one baby
*It's a twenty-minute drive to Norwich Airport
Holiday with friends,Family holiday,Self Catering,Kid friendly (1-12 years),Coastal,Stargazing
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