- Sleeps 6
- 3 Bedrooms
- Saturday changeover
- No Pets
- Short Breaks
- Welcome Pack
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Hoveton Hall is a stately early 19th century house surrounded by extensive parkland. The East Wing is self-contained with large and sunny rooms, decorated and furnished in traditional style. The three spacious bedrooms can easily accommodate six people. However, by closing off two of the bedrooms, we are also able to offer the Wing at a reduced price for two people. Hoveton Hall Gardens has fifteen acres of formal and informal gardens for guests to enjoy throughout the seasons at no extra charge. The gardens are interlaced with streams that lead to a lake. Shop/Pub: 1 mile
Sitting Room featuring patterned plasterwork on the ceiling, classic furniture, open fire, TV, video and well-stocked bookcase
Kitchen with electric cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, breakfast table and chairs
Dining Room with dining table and chairs
Shower Room with shower cubicle, washbasin and wc
Bedroom 1 with a double bed
Bathroom with bath, washbasin and shower fitting Separate wc
This is the accommodation that would be provided for two people.
For larger parties, access is opened to a large internal landing leading to
Bedroom 2 with twin beds, with En-Suite Washroom - washbasin but not bath/shower
Bedroom 3 with twin beds
Garden: Formal lawns at the front of the building and wider access to the park, woods and lake. A sitting area with garden furniture. Bike storage in yard close by.
Heating: O.F.C.H. Fuel for open fire included.
Also Provided: WiFi.
Pets: Whilst there are no pets allowed at the property, the owners' dogs have access to the open grounds in front of the property.
Notes: Hoveton Hall Gardens, away from the main house, using a different access, are open to the public for about five days a week between Apr-Sept.
Special Offer: There is a price reduction for up to two people in Bands A-C when only one bedroom is required. Prices from £350-£473 for 7 nights and £264-£354 for 3 nights.
Wroxham and Hoveton are at the very heart of Broadland, and are excellent locations for fishing, sailing and bird watching. The River Bure divides the two villages, commonly called Wroxham. It is home to the Bure Valley Railway, Wroxham Barns and Roys, 'the biggest village store in the world'. Both day boat hire and sailing tuition are available locally. It is also just eight miles from Norwich, with the sandy beaches of the East Coast a twenty minute drive away.