- Sleeps 3
- 2 Bedrooms
- Saturday changeover
- No Pets
- Welcome Pack
- On One Level
Information about this propertyPropRef: 1277
This is a newly built modern property which sits within the grounds of the owner's home. The grounds are spacious and extremely well planted and guests are welcome to walk and enjoy the six acres. The accommodation is well equipped and the area is quiet and rural, although the village centre is only half a mile away. The property has been laid out to accommodate guests with limited mobility and is on one level. Shop/Pub: 0.5 miles
Open Plan Room with Sitting Area with comfortable seating, flat screen TV, DVD player, CD player and French doors to patio Kitchen/Dining Area with gas hob, electric oven, fridge with icebox, microwave, water softener, table and chairs
Utility Room with washing machine and coat storage
Bedroom 1 with a double bed
Bedroom 2 with a 4ft single bed
Bathroom/Wet Room with bath, shower area, washbasin and wc
Garden: Patio area overlooking the gardens with garden furniture. Guests are encouraged to enjoy the six acres of gardens with its three large ponds.
Parking: Driveway for two large cars.
Heating: Underfloor central heating.
Also Provided: Towels. Selection of books and games.
Notes: The open plan garden and three large ponds make this property unsuitable for small children. This property is very suitable for guests with restricted mobility. Short breaks start on Saturday and are available May-Oct. Guests have access to owner's freezer in garage.
Old Buckenham is a contender for the largest village green in Britain, forty acres in total. An attractive village with a traditional village shop and post office, pubs and restaurants, a converted windmill and village pond. The market towns of Diss, Attleborough and Wymondham are all close and give a flavour of traditional Norfolk life, provide some great shopping and eating opportunities. The area has an abundance of attractions and places of interest for all ages. Sample the produce of the vineyards at East Harling and Wyken Hall or if whiskey is your tipple visit the St Georges distillery at Roudham.