One of four properties with a unique history dating back to World War 2 and beautiful period furniture throughout. This is great for families with a good size enclosed garden with lawn and seating.
Discover the rich history and charm of Norfolk with a stay at this unique former World War II property, formerly used by officers of the US Air Force. The quirky location features mural paintings on the walls—painted by officers—and a water tower which proudly sits on the complex of four properties. Set in the peaceful countryside with an abundance of quiet lanes and footpaths, keen walkers and their canine companions will be spoilt for choice. Sleeping three, it’s perfect for couples or small families.
Find everything you need for a home-away-from-home stay, with thoughtful details throughout. Enjoy quality time together in the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner beneath the exposed beams, savouring a lazy breakfast at the dining table or snuggling beside the wood burner-effect gas fire. Discover a treasure trove of history in the hallway, where two bikes which were left by US servicemen after the war are suspended on the walls. Take in the breathtaking countryside views from the enclosed lawned area, relaxing on the patio for a BBQ dinner as Rover and Fido go mutts for the fresh Norfolk air. After a busy day exploring on foot, enjoy a much-needed good night’s sleep in the impeccably styled romantic king-size bedroom. There’s also a single bedroom. Outside there is off-road parking for two cars.
The property’s countryside setting offers a huge amount of options for a day of exploration and adventure. No trip to the area is complete without a trip to the unmissable Norfolk Broads (30 miles), where you can hire a launch or join a charter to explore waterways. The National Trust properties at Blickling (26 miles) and Oxburgh Hall (21 miles) both welcome friendly hounds, while forest trails, footpaths and plenty of sticks to chase await at Thetford Forest (18.5 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.