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Greengages Lodge

Three Hammer Common - Norfolk Broads

Set in a tranquil area of unspoilt natural beauty this charming cottage for two is ideally located for exploring The Norfolk Broad's National Park, is 10 miles from the coast and close to the historic city of Norwich. Perfect for relaxing and unwinding!
  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Pet welcome
  • Private parking
  • WiFi
  • Garden/courtyard
1724
£388 - £454 per week *

Special Offers: 15% off weekly bookings starting 16th November 2018

Description

Greengages Lodge stands at the entrance to the owner's thatched cottage on a quiet country lane. There is a small private garden to relax in and guests are welcome to wander in the owner's orchard and wood. Alderfen Broad is only a few hundred yards away and the Radar Museum at Neatishead is also close by. A great area for walking or cycling and your dog can come too.  Shop: 2 miles Pub: 1 mile

Sitting/Dining/Kitchen Room
with electric hob and oven, fridge with ice box, microwave and washer/dryer, comfortable seating, wall mounted flat screen TV, DVD and CD player, dining table, two chairs and open fire
Bathroom with bath, over-bath electric shower, washbasin, and wc
Bedroom with a double bed

Garden:
Private garden to side of property with table and chairs and access to owner's orchard and wood.
Parking: Courtyard for one car.
Heating: Electric panel heaters.
Also Provided: Towels.  Books and games. CD hi-fi, radio. Freezer and storage for bicycles available in stables.WiFi.
Pets: One well-behaved dog welcome - please refer to our booking terms regarding pets.
Notes: This is a non-smoking property. Mobile signal weak except Vodafone which is variable. Short breaks may be available please call contact our office for further information.

Threehammer Common is one of three small hamlets in the parish of Neatishead. This is possibly one of the lesser known areas of the Norfolk Broads amongst many hidden gems. The unspoilt Alderfen Broad has marked paths and a viewing point. From pretty Gayes Staithe, a solar-powered boat will take you out on to Barton Broad and there are excellent walks and bike rides along quiet country lanes.  A little further afield is Wroxham, the so-called capital of the Broads and How Hill nature reserve, both well worth a visit.   

Features

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Pet welcome
  • Private parking
  • WiFi
  • Garden/courtyard
  • 3 Stars
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Bed linen included
  • Towels included
  • Open fire/woodburner
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Freezer
  • No smoking
  • 10 miles from the coast
  • 1 mile from nearest pub
  • 1 mile from nearest shop

Prices

Reviews

A sweet cottage, good position for the Broads. The owner was very helpful and friendly.Mrs Linda Pearson - 26th September 2018
A quirky small property, ideal as a base for two from which to go out walking, cycling and exploring the broads, with a fascinating RADAR museum just 15 minutes walk down the lanes, perfect for a rainy day.Mr John Allen - 17th September 2018
We've loved staying here. Your cottage is so comfortable and comforting - just what we needed. Alfie has loved his walks - as have we. Norwich is a beautiful city to visit. Thank youAlberto, Wendy & Alfie - 3rd October 2017
A wonderfully comfortable and interesting week in the company of our host Andree and Peter. Explored everywhere from Hickling & Ranworth to Norwich and Sheringham. Ralphie, our dog, loved the local walks and the huge garden. Most pubs do good food and allow dogs. Caught Bream, Perch and Roach at Ludham.Peter, Alicia and Ralpj - 23rd September 2017
Nice cottage in a good position for local walks, Horning and Wroxham. Good comfortable bed and any problems that cropped up were dealt with quickly. Lovely garden and lovely owners. Enjoyed our stay.Alan and Margaret Garrod - 2nd September 2017
We were very tired so two relaxing weeks doing nothing was very much just what the doctor ordered! Pity the NHS won't fund it! The shop in Neatishead is surprisingly well stocked and meals at the pub were very nice. We found the fish dishes at The Kings Head, in Coltishall, exceptional. The landlord is a keen fisherman and so we ate fish that was freshly caught! Cottage very comfortable and Mrs Davis most helpful. The very narrow lanes take a bit of getting used to in the car! Brian & Janet O'Hara - 25th August 2017
Cottage very comfortable and welcoming. Thank you for the cake and milk etc. Walked around the villages, visited National Trust properties and explored the coast. Boat trip at Wroxham and took the train to Norwich. Thank youIan and Margaret - 5th August 2017
Warm friendly welcome. Property in beautiful quiet & peaceful settings. All amenities as advertised. Excellent value for money. Can be difficult to find as it is tucked away in the middle of the broads but only 10-15 minutes drive to good shopping areas.Mr John Seely - 10th July 2017

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