The Old Rectory Coach House - Stylish Cottage in Norfolk
Enjoying a rural position in the south of Norfolk is this converted coach house, offering stylish accommodation within reach of several beautiful nature reserves, the River Yare, and the coast. Perfect for a family of four or two couples, this property has been furnished and decorated to a high standard with fabulous touches like contemporary wallpaper harmonious colour choices. Although next door to the owner’s property and within their grounds, the property enjoys its own private entrance, head inside to the ground floor and come into the open-plan living space to be welcomed by a wonderful colour palette of teal, mustard and grey. Enjoy cooking within the sleek granite topped kitchen, complete with an electric oven and hob, dishwasher, and fridge, before setting the table to eat with light coming through from the full length patio doors opening up the space even more. Settle down on one of the plush seats, choosing from a modern take on a classic chaise longue, a large sofa or an inviting armchair, all set before the wall-mounted TV. On warm days sit outside in the evening to make the most of the weather, whether it’s with a morning coffee, an evening of alfresco dining or simply a slow afternoon, the ground floor also has underfloor heating. Move through the hallway lined with unique, contemporary grey wallpaper, up to the first floor to find the two fabulous bedrooms which both have beautiful en-suite shower rooms, along with stylish feature wallpaper and a continuation of the thoughtfully chosen colour scheme, and a mezzanine reading area, perfect for relaxing. Decide which room will be yours choosing from either the king size bedroom or the super-king-size bedroom which can be made into a twin on request as they are zip/link beds, each have their own Smart TV. This property is situated perfectly for exploring the beautiful Norfolk Broads and Broadlands and the River Yare valley, with the man-made Broads hosting over 125-miles of navigable and lock-free waterways within the gorgeous East Anglia countryside. The city of Norwich is a hub of attractions including historical buildings like the stunning Norwich Cathedral, or you can learn the history of the city by visiting The Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell, all before choosing from one of the many eateries and restaurants to stop at and enjoy some refreshments. The delightful seaside town of Great Yarmouth will be a great destination for all ages with its long sandy beach, SEA LIFE centre, Pleasure Beach, and a scattering of museums to explore. Also the nearby seaside town of Southwold sits on the Suffolk Heritage Coast and offers a host of attractions, such as a working lighthouse, an award-winning pier, a busy harbour, cliff-top cannons, fishing spots and of course, a lovely beach, as well as a range of shops, good restaurants and pubs. Take a boat trip out at the lovely village of Wroxham, meandering along the picturesque countryside landscapes among quaint cottages, or choose to spend a day shopping at one of the many homemade craft shops, garden centres or independent jewellery shops. The Old Rectory Coach House is a delightful place to base a trip to Norfolk with your loved ones.