- £489 per week
- £70 per night
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Enclosed garden or courtyard
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to ...?
- Beach 14 miles
- Pub 4 miles
- Shop 2 miles
- Smart TV
- Welcome pack
- Walk-in shower
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Important - please note
- Check in: 17:00
- Check out: 09:00
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
This beautiful Victorian Railway Carriage has undergone a sympathetic transformation to create a wonderful bolthole for two in the heart of the Norfolk countryside. Set within a large paddock and surrounded by glorious woodland, this is a truly tranquil escape, offering guests a unique experience.
The Railway Carriage has been carefully converted to ensure the beautiful history, charm and character is at the forefront of its quintessential interior. Every effort has been made to showcase the original features of the carriage, with gorgeous stained glass light fittings, authentic signage, brass fixtures and superbly restored wooden floorboards. This unique home offers a glimpse into a time gone by whilst having all the modern essentials you could need with a fully fitted kitchen, generous double bedroom with ensuite and plenty of living space both inside and out to enjoy some quality time together.
This magnificent holiday home is a truly wonderful countryside retreat for any ferroequinologist looking to indulge in a steam train treat!
Open plan room with:Kitchen: Fully fitted compact kitchen with electric oven, ceramic hob, and fridge with freezer box. Living Area: Soft seating with smart television on wall with access to streaming services and a dining table with seating for two. Dual aspect windows throughout carriage.
Bedroom: Walnut double bed, bedside shelf above with lamp and walnut chest of drawers. Ensuite: Large walk-in shower, wc and washbasin.
Garden: Large south facing paddock with bistro table and chairs.
Parking: Designated parking for one car.
Heating: Victorian style radiators.
Pets: Two well behaved dogs welcome, please be aware of our booking information regarding pets.
Notes: All bed linens and towels provided. Please bring your own beach towels. No smoking allowed and no BBq's, open flames or fire pits allowed. The railway carriage is set within a large paddock and is enclosed by 'post and rail paddock fencing'
If you want to relax and retreat from the rat race for a while, then this part of Norfolk could not be bettered. Quiet country lanes, for walking, cycling and birdwatching, cosy country pubs and great food are all to be found locally in the surrounding villages and countryside. The nearby village of Melton Constable has a well renowned butcher's shop that has award winning sausages, with over 28 flavours to choose from including Wild Boar & Juniper, Rhubarb & Sweet Chilli and Venison, Mushroom & Onion - clearly a genuine champion of Norfolk food and drink, which the region is justifiably famous for. Head north and the coastline beckons with lovely seaside villages such as Blakeney and Wells-next-the-Sea in the west and Cromer and Sheringham in the east all with their own individual character and charm. There are two impressive National Trust houses nearby, Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall and the elegant Georgian town of Holt with its art and antique galleries, cafe culture, great shopping, small gauge steam railway and local Country Park makes for a great day out
The railway carriage has been beautifully renovated to make a unique place to stay. We looked directly into the woods on one side and were able to watch birds and squirrels as well as admiring the blue bells. Lovely and peaceful and a gorgeous setting. Chris made us very welcome and it was interesting listening to him talk about how the railway carriage had developed. we really enjoyed staying in the carriage.