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Dating back to the 18th century, this elegant hall stands detached within large lawned gardens and offers a unique opportunity for large groups and families wishing to holiday together. It is situated amongst rural countryside alongside the main trunk road from Wisbech to Kings Lynn, and easily accessible to the road network to explore the wonderful North Norfolk coastline and surrounding villages and market towns. Lovely sandy beaches and RSPB reserves are within an hour’s drive. West and North Norfolk have an expanse of sandy beaches and salt marshes along the coastline, as well as nature reserves to protect the birds and plants which thrive here. The seaside resorts of Hunstanton and Heacham boast award winning beaches and an array of traditional seaside activities and attractions for all ages. Hunstanton has a pier with lively seasonal entertainment, Sea Life Centre and cliff-top golf course. Sandringham Estate - the Queen’s country residence, with its Jacobean-style house, museum, superb gardens and park are open to the public when the Royal Family is not in residence. The market town of Wisbech is 15 miles, and the medieval town of Kings Lynn, 6 miles, features a handsome waterfront and an array of shops, inns, restaurants, a theatre, cinema, bowling alley and sports centre. Downham Market, 10 miles, with its Friday and Saturday markets boasts a direct rail link to Ely, Cambridge and London (1hr 20mins). To the south lies Ely Cathedral, ‘Ship of the Fens’, standing proudly in the small city of Ely, which has an excellent Saturday market and a good variety of gift shops, as well as a pretty waterfront and boat hire. Cambridge is easily accessible for the day and well worth a visit. One of the nicest ways to explore the city is by punt, which meanders through the city and passes many of the stunning university grounds. Norwich is an hour’s drive, where a visit to the stunning cathedral is not to be missed. A network of quiet lanes and local footpaths offer good walking and cycling from the door. Shops 1½ miles, pub 1 mile.
Step to entrance. Entrance hall. Spacious living room with open fire and wooden floor. Step to sitting room with wood-burning stove. Spacious dining room with open fire and wooden floor. Spacious, farmhouse-style kitchen with gas range (for cooking) and tiled floor. Twin bedroom. Step to bathroom with roll-top bath and toilet. First floor: Three double bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room with toilet. Twin bedroom. Bathroom with shower over roll-top bath and toilet.