The Little Oak - Romantic Cottage Retreat, Norfolk
Trunch 1.3 miles. Set rurally in Knapton near Trunch in Norfolk lies The Little Oak, a stylish boutique-style barn conversion, inviting two guests. Enjoying extensive views across the rolling countryside, and a multi-level garden with a wood-fired hot tub and decked veranda, whilst dotted with homely furnishings and country-style accessories, the property is the ideal base for a romantic escape to East Anglia. Make use of the private parking space, accessible via a rural track, before climbing the steps and entering The Little Oak. Be wowed by the chic interior of the open-plan living space, peppered with plush throws and cushions, along with featuring a dining table for two, navy kitchen cabinets with a marble worktop, and state-of-the-art appliances, to rustle and enjoy romantic hearty meals. Discover the peaceful garden, enveloped by woodland and far-reaching fields, where you can relax in the hot tub whilst wildlife spotting, or maybe opt for an alfresco affair upon the elevated veranda. When sleep calls, climb into the scrumptious king-size bed featuring feather pillows and an EMMA mattress, with your favourite film on in the background, before awakening for a quick refresh in the sleek en-suite. If you can tear yourself away from your abode, head into Trunch to stock up on the essentials and to make reservations if you’d prefer to dine out. On your travels, head to Cromer Beach, just a short car journey away, where you can enjoy the best of the coast and country, before discovering Cromer Museum and the Amazona Zoo. Upon the shoreline you’ll also come across Bacton Beach, a stunning golden terrain, or perhaps tour Mundesley Maritime Museum, also offering views of the sea. Travelling south, stop off at the Museum of the Broads before delving into the nature-filled landscapes of How Hill National Nature Reserve and Bure Marshes National Nature Reserve, where you can hike, bird watch, and observe a wide variety of wildlife in their natural habitat. Plan your next escape to The Little Oak.