Special Offers: 15% off week commencing 22nd September 2018
Bure Reach is a Victorian semi-detached Cottage on the banks of the River Bure. Attached to the owners' property, it is set in the grounds of the former Lammas Maltings. There is a brick and flint walled garden that opens onto the river; this stretch of water is visited by otters, kingfishers and herons as well as the usual ducks and swans and on the water meadows you may see deer and barn owls. Shop/Pub: 1 mile.
Sitting Room with comfortable seating, widescreen TV, DVD player, CD player and radio
Kitchen with gas cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine
Dining Room with table and four chairs, internet access and radio/CD player
Garden Room with 2 seater sofa and 2 lazyboy recliners
Cloakroom with washbasin and wc
Bedroom 1 with a double bed
Bedroom 2 with twin beds
Bathroom with bath - non-standard size, over-bath shower, washbasin and wc
Garden: Fully enclosed rear garden with lawn, patio area with table, chairs and barbecue, gate to river frontage with summer house.
Parking: Designated parking for one car.
Heating: Electric radiator central heating.
Also Provided: WiFi. Towels. Telephone with honesty box, books and games.
Notes: This is a non-smoking property. Due to the proximity of the river, children under 12 years are not accepted at this property. The stairs in the property are reasonably steep so may not be suitable for guests with limited mobility. Mobile signal - variable.
Lammas is a small village on the edge of the Norfolk Broads, and is separated from the slightly larger village of Buxton with Lammas by the River Bure. This is a peaceful area, where you can enjoy walks through the water meadows and surrounding countryside, or if you wish to venture further afield the historic city of Norwich is only a short drive away. Alternatively, hop on to one of the trains that run along the Bure Valley railway and visit Wroxham, which is sometimes called the capital of the Broads or in the other direction, Aylsham a very pretty market town, which has a good selection of small shops and tea rooms.
- Sleeps 4
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- Pet free property
- Private parking
- Enclosed garden
- Bed linen included
- Towels included
- Washing machine
- No smoking
- 9 miles from the coast
- 1 mile from nearest pub
- 0.5 mile from nearest shop
A beautiful riverside location in a peaceful environment. The cottage is thoughtfully presented and tastefully decorated throughout.Mrs Carolyn Bailey - 17th September 2018
We had a fabulous week in the cottage, would definitely recommend to others. The lovely view across river at bottom of garden was to die for!! and the owners very friendly tea, coffee and cakes all there when we arrived. A very cosy place to chill out . Mr & Mrs Adrian & Susuan Sandiford - 21st May 2018
Exceptional setting with friendly and helpful owners. Cottage equipped for every need and more.Mr Chris Weedon - 14th May 2018
The property is ideally situated to visit the north Norfolk Coast and the Norfolk Broads. Beautiful outlook from the property over the river and water meadows.Miss Julie Steward - 1st April 2018
We could not fault this property in any way. There was everything we needed and more. The owners made us very welcome. The views by the river were lovely. We would certainly go again.Mrs H Payne - 2nd October 2017
Nothing needs changing ....perfectMr G Wood-Burnett - 19th September 2017
One of the best properties and locations we have stayed in. John and June very welcoming.Mr Gary Henderson - 31st July 2017
Lovely cottage next to the river, spotlessly clean, very nice homely place ,felt very comfortable.Mr R Coughtrey - 18th July 2016
Bure Reach was an excellent holiday retreat, well furnished with all that we could possibly need to support us during our stay.Mr S Reilly - 12th July 2016
We love Bure Reach and have stayed there several times and we will definitely do so again hopefully next year. To sit out by the river is just wonderful.Mrs Penny Marlow - 7th July 2016
Third visit and feels just like home.Mrs E Marsh - 30th May 2016
We we very pleased with the accommodation and were especially impressed with the lovely location and the little personal touched provided by the owner. We would definitely go again.Mr Edwin Thorman - 26th April 2016
lovely cottage, would stay again.K watker - 5th August 2015
Just the right property to go to recharge your batteries, we will be back for more later in the year.Mrs Penny Marlow - 30th June 2015
Lovely cottage, we were made very welcome.Mrs Burgess - 12th October 2012
Enjoyed our stay, very comfortable accommodation in a great location.Mr & Mrs Earl - 5th October 2012
This is an idyllic little cottage and hopefully we will be able to come back soon.Mr & Mrs Reeve - 14th September 2012
We have had a great week, great cottage and great view out the back over the water and meadow.Mr & Mrs Wright - 7th September 2012
Thank you for the lovely warm welcome. The cottage was very nice, homely and relaxing.Miss Barrow - 31st August 2012
Thank you for a lovely welcome. The cottage is beautiful and so peaceful, we had a lovely week.Miss Mason - 24th August 2012
We had an idyllic holiday. The cottage was the perfect place to launch our canoe and we loved paddling up and down the river. Seeing the otter from the garden was great.The Powell Family - 10th August 2012
Thanks for providing such a lovely cottage which was well equipped. Enjoyed fishing from the garden.The Foster Family - 27th July 2012
Had a lovely relaxing time the cottage had everything.The Callen Family - 20th July 2012
Very comfortable cottage in a peaceful location.Mrs Willson - 13th July 2012
Most emjoyable week in a comfortable cottage. Thank you for the warm welcome and cakes.Mr & Mrs Hosmer - 6th July 2012
Had a great week relaxing watching the antics of the ducks and swans. Cottage is lovely and very comfortable.The Thomas Family - 22nd June 2012
Had a wonderful time, excellent location, would recommend to others.Mr & Mrs Bradford - 15th June 2012
Long Term Lets
You can let this property for between two to five months throughout the winter, which might help you out of a moving muddle or provide somewhere lovely to stay if you're working in Norfolk for a short while.