Set next to The Clock House in the courtyard, this comfortable single-storey holiday property has its own rose-filled patio. Spacious living/dining room with marble top dining table and French doors to secluded garden. Bespoke kitchen with wooden floor and marble top dining table. Canopied double bedroom with en-suite cloakroom and toilet. Twin bedroom with walnut headboards. Canopied single bedroom. Victorian-style shower room with toilet.
- Full oil CH £40 (Winter £60) pw poa
- Easy walking access
- Elec and bed linen inc
- Towels £2 pp pw by arr poa
- Digital television
- DVD (small library)
- Microwave Oven
- Shared laundry room with coin-operated washer/dryer
- Shared payphone
- Garden with furniture
- Large shared garden
- Ample parking
- Fishing avail nearby by arr
- Natural spring water supply
- Complimentary wine on arrival
- No smoking
- Friday to Friday
SUPERB ADDITIONAL FACILITIES (AVAILABLE ALL YEAR ROUND)
* Indoor heated swimming pool (30ft x 14ft, constant depth 4ft), with full changing facilities, shower and toilet, open daily from 9am-7pm
* Indoor games room with pool table and table football
* Climbing frame and swings (for under 5s)
Nestled within a tranquil woodland setting. This 19th-century Italianate courtyard conversion, with substantial coach house, designed by Buckingham Palace architect Edward Blore, offers a unique holiday experience with its superb indoor heated swimming pool. These four award-winning properties are perfectly placed for exploring the abundant delights of Norfolk.
The Coach House and its adjoining courtyard buildings are the only surviving testimony to this once prestigious hall. Built in 1840, the Clock Tower entrance (with working clocks similar to that of the Palace) is thought to be the only other example of its kind. With four-poster beds and marble-top dining tables, the properties are tastefully furnished and equipped to a high standard. The properties enjoy superb leisure facilities, including a 30-foot indoor heated swimming pool with full changing facilities, shower and W.C., an indoor games room with table tennis, pool table and a children's play area.
Located at the epicentre of Norfolk's finest attractions, guests at Haveringland Hall will find themselves only a short drive away from fine golf at Weston Park and Barnham Broom, and walking and cycling paths such as The Marriots Way, The Bure Valley and Weavers Way. There is easy touring to the North Norfolk Coast, with Holt and Burnham Market (known as the Hamptons of Norfolk) just 12 miles, with delicatessen and excellent shopping, first class pubs and restaurants. Cromer (possibly most famous for its crabs), Sheringham and Caister all offering sandy beaches. Within a 30-minute drive are the Norfolk Broads at Wroxham, where visitors can hire boats for the day, or alternatively enjoy a leisurely day cruise. The nature reserve of Hickling Broad is a haven for migrating birds, including sandpipers, osprey and spoonbills; it also offers excellent fishing, especially for pike and bream, as well as a number of nature trails to explore.
Full of cultural attractions, the city of Norwich lies just 20 minutes away, offering interests to suit all tastes; from history and architecture to art galleries, shops and leisure activities. The splendid cathedral boasts some of Britain's finest Gothic architecture with carvings adorning its interior, while high on a hill stands the 12th-century Norman castle, which now houses the Castle Museum. Within driving distance are Somerleyton Hall and the (National Trust) properties of 17th-century Blickling Hall (where open-air concerts are staged in summer), Felbrigg Hall, Oxburgh Hall and Sheringham Park. For family entertainment, there is a wealth of adventure activities and parks nearby - choose from Dinosaur Adventure Park, Thigby Wildlife, Pettitts Animal Adventure and Wroxham Barns, to name but a few. Shops 3 miles.