Woodside is an individual detached house built in 2015, located on the edge of Hanworth Common. At certain times of the year cattle roam freely and there is a wealth of wildlife that make the Common and nearby woodland their home. This is a super property for a family holiday with a ground floor bedroom and shower room, on the first floor there are a further four bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room and a family bathroom. A large fenced garden and plenty of parking completes the recipe for the perfect holiday. Shops/Pub: 2 miles
Open Plan Area - Kitchen/Dining Room with electric hob and oven, fridge /freezer, dishwasher, combination microwave, which leads to
Sitting Area - a spacious area with comfortable seating, widescreen TV, DVD player, video. iPod dock, radio and wood burner - leads to the
Garden Room with comfortable seating
Utility Room with second fridge and washing machine
Bedroom 5 with a super king-size zip & link (converts to 3' twin beds please request on booking)
Shower Room with wet shower area, washbasin and wc
Bedroom 1 with a king-size bed and En-Suite Shower Room with shower cubicle, washbasin and wc
Bedroom 2 with a double bed
Bedroom 3 with twin beds
Bedroom 4 with a double bed
Bathroom with bath and over-bath shower, washbasin and wc
Garden: Fully enclosed with lawn, decking, table and chairs.
Parking: For up to five large cars on driveway.
Heating: Air Source Heat Pump, under floor to ground floor, radiators to first floor. Wood burner.
Pets: One well-behaved small/ medium dog welcome, please be aware of our booking information regarding pets.
Also Provided: Towels. Books, games and radio. WiFi. Travel cot, hairdryers, highchair. Secure shed for bicycle storage.
Notes: This is a non-smoking property. Gates to property to be kept closed at all times due to grazing cattle. Unfenced pond and small stream in adjacent woodland. Mobile signal - good.
Hanworth Common is tucked away in a delightful corner of north Norfolk and has a listing in the Domesday Book of 1085. The Common itself is over 30 acres and stretches of the River Bure run through it. With lovely walks and good cycling on the doorstep and the delightful seaside resort of Cromer just a few miles up the road, there is something for everyone to discover here. The well renowned Gunton Arms pub and restaurant, which is set in the local deer park, is a popular watering hole and the nearby Estates of Felbrigg and Blicking Hall, run by the National Trust should not be missed. The busy market town of Aylsham to the south is also the home of The Bure Valley Railway, a 15" minimum gauge heritage railway that runs to The Broads and back and makes for a super day out.
- Sleeps 10
- 5 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 1 Pet welcome
- Private parking
- Enclosed garden
- Ground floor bedroom
- Bed linen included
- Towels included
- Washing machine
- Travel cot
- No smoking
- 6 miles from the coast
- 2 miles from nearest pub
- 2 miles from nearest shop
Woodside is a beautiful property, so spacious, very comfortable and so well equipped with everything that you need or didn't realise you would need !! We had 10 adults, a baby and a dog, yet the property never felt full or overcrowded. Furniture and fittings are all modern and in full working order and we had no problems with any aspects of the property whilst we were there. Again the gardens and decking are very spacious with ample furniture and facilities such as BBQ, etc. The location was superb, so peaceful and rural. Can not fault Norfolk Country Cottages, the booking was easy and the information provided was thorough. When we did have a few questions, our local Property Manager Caroline responded immediately and was very helpful. The Woodside property helped ensure that a family celebration was a fabulous occasion. Mr Ian Norris - 2nd June 2018
We had an amazing time. Just perfect for a party of 10. Ages ranging from 10 to 60. The property was large enough that we didn't feel like we were on top of each other. Location was picturesque, very relaxing. And it was perfectly clean. We will definitely be back.Ms Tamara Bloomfield - 21st July 2016