Bring your entire family to this lovely holiday property, with spectacular rural views and surrounded by 10 acres of natural grounds.
- Wood-burning stove - initial fuel inc, thereafter avail at cost
- Elec, partial oil CH, partial electric underfloor CH, bed linen and towels inc
- Two t/cots
- Four Freeview TVs (one 50", two 32", one 22")
- DAB radio
- Two d/washers
- Enclosed, lawned garden with patio and furniture
- Shared 10-acre natural grounds
- Ample parking
- Private 6-seater hot tub
- Welcome pack
- No smoking
- Family bookings only
- NB: Two unfenced ponds and large unfenced lake in grounds.
- This property has a security deposit of £250.
> If you are searching for a stunning base from which to enjoy a special occasion, or a larger gathering of family and friends looking to spend some valuable time together, then Burgess House has all you need for that exceptional break away.
As you arrive, passing through the electronic gates, a long drive leads you through meadowland to this beautiful house standing proudly in its own grounds.
The spacious and contemporary kitchen and dining area are thoughtfully presented, and the wood burning stove in the living area is sure to keep everyone cosy in the cooler months.
The high quality furnishings and the spectacular views only add to the luxury, and the master double even boasts its very own dressing room and balcony.
Step outside and the surprises continue with a spacious patio area, lawned garden and a six person outdoor hot tub. What more could you need to relax and completely unwind.
If you decide to venture out and explore the local area, there is plenty to keep you busy.
If it’s outdoor adventure you are searching for then take a trip to the North Norfolk coast. The rugged coastline, vast beaches and coastal towns will ensure there is a days’ entertainment just waiting for you.
The beautiful city of Norwich is just 20 miles, offering everything from good coffee houses to high street shopping and a wealth of eateries, culture and entertainment. Visit the castle, enjoy a bite to eat or explore the quaint back streets.
Get back to nature with a trip to the Norfolk Broads, filled with water, wildlife and a wealth of walking opportunities. The bustling village of Wroxham is 34 miles where river trips can be enjoyed, and is home to Wroxham Barns and the Bure Valley Steam Railway. Pick a spot close the river and watch the boats moor up, as you take in your stunning surroundings.
Other tourist hot spots include Sandringham Estate, Holt, 32 miles, Wells-next-the-Sea, 36 miles, Cambridge, Newmarket, Banham Zoo and Thetford Forest. Beach 35 miles, shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.