- Sleeps 7
- 4 Bedrooms
- Friday changeover
- No Pets
- Welcome Pack
- Open Fire
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A property with a wealth of character - Westgate House is an attractive 17th century Grade II listed flint house on the edge of Binham village with a large enclosed garden and open views over fields. The property is spacious and comfortably furnished with many pieces of period furniture and is only a short walk from the historic Priory and all the amenities of the village. This is a lovely property for a relaxing family holiday. Shops/Pub: 500 yards
Sitting Room a spacious, double-aspect room, with comfortable seating, period furniture, TV, DVD and CD player, original Jacobean fireplace with wood-burning stove
Kitchen/Dining Room with electric hob and oven, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, freezer, microwave, table and chairs
Front Hall with comfortable seating, TV and video
Bedroom 1 with a king-size bed and adjacent Shower Room with shower cubicle, washbasin and wc
Bedroom 2 a large double-aspect room with four-poster double bed
Bedroom 3 with twin beds and washbasin
Bedroom 4 with a single bed
Bathroom with bath, washbasin and wc
Garden: Enclosed garden at front, side and rear, laid to lawn with patio area and fruit trees. Table and chairs.
Parking: Off-road for two vehicles, further parking by arrangement.
Heating: Night storage heaters. Starter pack of fuel for woodburner.
Also Provided: Books and games. Telephone for UK calls only and broadband connection.
Extras: Towels may be hired at £4 per person per week, payable on booking
Special Offer: 5% reduction for bookings of two weeks or more.
Binham is a beautiful, peaceful village retaining the charm and character of a bygone age. The village has the remains of an early 12th century Benedictine priory, where classical concerts are held throughout the summer and the whole area is steeped in history. The Georgian town of Holt is eight miles away with the harbour town of Wells four miles away. Also nearby is the picturesque village of Blakeney, where narrow streets slope down to the tidal creek, and which offers sailing and beautiful coastal and marshland walks. The well-stocked village shop is a legendary village institution, as are the excellent butcher and pub.