Double bedroom with additional single bed (for +1) and en-suite wet room with toilet. Utility. First floor: Living room with electric 'wood burner', double sofa bed (for alternative sleeping only), wooden floor and French doors to balcony. Well-equipped farmhouse-style kitchen/dining room with solid oak units and French door to balcony. Double bedroom. Twin bedroom (can form 6ft double). Bathroom with free-standing bath, shower attachment and toilet. Wet room with toilet and sloping ceiling.
- Elec 'wood burner' inc
- Elec, full gas central heating, bed linen and towels inc
- travel cot
- Freeview television
- Microwave Oven
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- Small Dishwasher
- Large, partially enclosed, lawned garden with furniture
- Parking (for 2 cars) 170 yds; further 2 spaces 200 yds
- Secure cycle store
- Natural water supply from borehole
- NB: Unfenced access from garden to water's edge
This charming, thatched waterside property stands in its own lawned gardens with private mooring and is the perfect place to get away from it all. Nestling in the heart of Broadland, it has delightful views over Wroxham Broad from the kitchen, and views over the River Bure from the living room. Both rooms feature French doors leading on to wooden balconies, where guests can sit and relax watching the abundant wildlife, boats and wherries sailing past. It is a beautiful location for summer holidays and also during the winter when the Broads take on a serene beauty of their own.
Coot Wood is ideal as a base for fishing and bird-watching, and lies only a mile from the heart of Wroxham, where boat, cycle and fishing equipment hire are all available. Wroxham offers a selection of shops and cafes, and just a short drive away are Wroxham Barns and the BeWILDderwood Adventure Park which offer good days out for families. Both children and adults will enjoy BeWILDerwood with its tree houses, zip wires, jungle bridges, boat trips and marsh walks. Wroxham Barns will appeal to all visitors of all ages and offers giftware, country foods, a rose and plant centre, junior farm, children's funfair, as well as numerous craft studios and table service restaurant.The historic and beautiful city of Norwich is 9 miles away with its magnificent cathedral, castle, museums and theatre, as well as its famous market, shopping arcades and street cafes. Explore the Broads with its quaint churches, inns, fens and conservation centres. The sandy coastline is only 12 miles away, whilst nearby there are golf courses and the area has a vast array of footpaths for short or long walks. Shops and public house 1 mile.