Set between the Broads National Park and the coast this is an ideal location for the beach, walking, cycling, boating and bird watching. A characterful, quirky cottage with beams and an inglenook fireplace dating back to the mid 18th century. Set in a conservation area, over looking a magnificent church and churchyard. Ideal for both summer and winter breaks.
“A cute, cosy place to stay. If you want convenience for beeches and the broads as well as an amazing fire to drink wine in front of then this is the place for you. Communication and advice from the owner was also amazing and very much appreciated. We will be back”
Part of a barn and stable complex, a picturesque converted brick and tile self contained annexe with en-suite, lobby with kitchenette and direct access to pretty shared courtyard garden with exotic plants and water feature. Location is unrivalled, set in the heart of the Broads National Park, two minute walk from Womack Water and river and five minutes to Ludham village pub and shop. Scenic river and marsh walks, nature trails, swimming pool, cycleways, beach and boat hire are all close by.
“You will receive a friendly welcome, a warm and cosy cottage. It is spotlessly clean. In the bathroom there was plenty of hot water to soak in after a long walk. It was all beautifully furnished, with little extras that will add to you holiday. You can just leave the car safety in its own private space and head off for beautiful walks in the fens. The area is quiet and peaceful, the village is charming, the church looks thriving and all the cottages around delightful. There is even a butchers, village shop, tearooms, gift shop and a pub. Rupert will ensure that your holiday is a success!”
Period cottage with open fire set on the outskirts of the village of Martham, 2 pubs serving good food and real ale's, supermarkets, fish & chip shop, chinese and kebab take away available. Broads 1 mile away, beaches 3 miles, Winterton beach 2 miles with Horsey beach which is famous for its seals 3 miles. Lovely countryside with lots of walks and cycling in the area. Boat hire on the broads is available and the fine city of Norwich is 16 miles. Buses are available from the village if required.
“We really enjoyed our time here and felt instantly at home. We played card games in the dining room, enjoyed the early morning sunshine in the garden and relaxed in the living room after our days exploring the local area. The local beaches are beautiful and we hired a three person canoe from Martham Boats. The local coop is a short walk and has good food supplies.”