All on the ground floor.
Open plan living space: With tiled floor.
Living area: With Freeview TV, DVD player and CD player.
Kitchen area: With cooker, fridge and microwave.
Bedroom: With zip and link super kingsize bed (can be twin beds on request) and beams.
Shower room: With shower cubicle and toilet.
Electric heaters, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Enclosed patio with sitting-out area and garden furniture. 3 pets welcome, dogs only. Parking. Fishing (£10per person per day available April-September). No smoking.
Sarah and Matthew would like to welcome you to The Conifers nestling peacefully down a country lane. This spacious and well-appointed accommodation is sure to appeal to nature lovers, cyclists, and walkers. With its own private/secure seating area to the rear. The Conifers is situated adjacent to approximately 200 acres of heath and woodland, which is designated a site of special scientific interest (SSSI). A haven for wildlife offering regular sightings of kingfisher, squirrels, moorhen, barn owls, deer and night jars, as well as being an established colony of the silver studded blue butterfly. A lovely area for walking and exploring with the dog. There is a gate onto the drive at the rear of the property leading to the lake and heath for walks.
The Conifers is adjacent to Matthew’s part time office (not used full time, entrance door to left of trellis at the front of the building). The entrance drive to the property is shared with Matthew and Sarah. There are glorious beaches around the Norfolk Coast and interesting harbours at Blakeney and Wells. The seaside town of Cromer is also home to the famous Pavilion Theatre and traditional end of pier show and well known for Cromer Crabs. Holt is a market town which is certainly worth a visit. The Georgian market town of Aylsham 4 miles away has a variety of retail outlets including large supermarkets and weekly markets. A little further on is Blickling Hall, a beautiful Jacobean National Trust property which has links to the family of Anne Boleyn.
Cyclists/walkers will enjoy the 26-mile Marriott’s Way which stretches from Aylsham to Norwich and follows the routes of two disused railway lines. The Bure Valley Railway is Norfolk’s longest 15-inch gauge line which runs between Aylsham and Wroxham where boat trips are organised and there is a path/cycle track running alongside the narrow-gauge line. Wroxham and the renowned Norfolk Broads are only 10 miles away.
Norwich is within easy reach using the Park and Ride and boasts some beautiful sites spanning 2000 years of history. The castle museum is one of the finest spectacular Norman buildings in Europe. It was built as a Royal Palace for William the Conqueror. Norwich Cathedral and the Visitor Centre is well worth a visit with the second tallest spire and the largest cloister in England.
There is a large collection of high street shops and malls, being in the top 10 shopping destinations in the UK. The Lanes is a medieval area of Norwich made up of alleyways with a selection of quaint independent shops. Norwich market is the largest open-air market in the country open 6 days a week. The nearest public house is approx. 1.5 miles away and you are spoilt for choice for places to eat.