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Sleeps 8 adults Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 Pets Not accepted Region Norfolk Town/village Cromer

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Comfortable Family Retreat, near Cromer (1435NO)

The Property is part of an award winning Grade II listed complex and offers beautiful, spacious, family accommodation. The traditional brick and flint farmhouse, built originally in the 1700s is full of character, has quirky features, and a magnificent inglenook fireplace which is listed and described in Pevsner's Buildings of Norfolk. The contemporary style furniture and furnishings are very high quality, and bring a fresh and contemporary feel to this stunning farmhouse. Shop/Pub: 1 mile

Ground Floor:
Sitting Room with comfortable seating, flat screen TV, DVD and CD player, iPod dock, WiFi, and large inglenook fireplace with double woodburner
Dining Room with table and eight chairs, woodburner and window seat
Games Room with pool table
Kitchen/Breakfast Room with electric range cooker, dishwasher, central table and eight chairs
Cloakroom with storage for coats and boots, washbasin and wc
Utility Room with fridge/freezer, microwave and washing machine

First Floor:
Bedroom 1 with a king-size bed
Bedroom 2 with a king-size bed
Bedroom 3 with twin beds
Bathroom with bath, separate shower cubicle, twin washbasins and wc
Shower Room with shower, washbasin and wc

Second Floor:
Bedroom 4 vaulted attic room with twin beds and large play area, accessed from the sitting room via steep Norfolk winder stairs

Garden: Fully enclosed with lawned area, raised herb beds, patio and garden furniture and barbecue.
Parking: For two cars in shared parking area.
Heating: O.F.C.H.
Also Provided: Towels, books and games including PlayStation and table air hockey
Notes: This is a non-smoking property. Please be aware owner's small dog occasionally visits property. Bedroom 4 is accessed by very steep Norfolk winder stairs and is not suitable for those with mobility problems. This property charges a £250 security deposit for Christmas and New Year bookings. Mobile signal - weak.

Roughton provides an ideal base for exploring the coast and countryside of North Norfolk. The seaside town of Cromer is only two miles away and has a lovely sandy beach, pier with its own theatre and traditional seafront entertainment. The area is rich in history and heritage with many museums and fine houses including Felbrigg Hall, which is only one mile away. There are lovely walks to be found close by, ranging from National Trust parkland to cliff-top walks as well as along country lanes and footpaths. The village has a shop and pub, which serves meals, with further amenities available in Cromer.

The traditional brick and flint farmhouse, built originally in the 1700s is full of character, has quirky features and a magnificent inglenook fireplace which is listed and described in Pevsner's Buildings of Norfolk.Help yourself to herbs from the herb garden.With beamed ceilings and comfortable seating, flat screen TV, DVD and CD player, iPod dock and WiFi, this is a lovely family roomCharming dining room with seating for eight, woodburner and a delightful window seatPretty double bedroom with a pillar king size bed and pine furnitureLight and airy breakfast kitchen with an electric range cooker and a central table and chairs to seat eightSpacious double bedroom with a king size bed and beautifully decoratedSpacious and well presented, the sitting room is just the place to relaxLarge, contemporary bathroom with a bath, separate shower cubicle, twin washbasins and wcSpacious double bedroom with lots of useful storage facilitiesLovely twin bedded room with a feature fireplace to add to the characterIn addition to the bath, there is a large shower cubicle Paved, private patio area with bench seatsSuper twin bedded room with pine furniture, ideal for the childrenA vaulted attic room with twin beds and a large play area, accessed from the sitting room via steep Norfolk winder stairsFrench doors from the kitchen lead out to the sunny courtyardLovely dining area, perfect for family mealsWith lots of quirky features, this makes a lovely double bedroomCharacterful, large traditional inglenook fireplace with a double woodburner for cosy eveningsPretty twin bedded room with useful storageFully enclosed garden with lawned area, raised herb beds, patio, garden furniture and barbecue, ideal for al fresco diningSuper breakfast room/kitchen with the added bonus of an utility room and cloakroomThis room features a pool table, perfect for all the familyWith bean bags, air hockey table, PlayStation 2 and TV, this makes a great space for the children to playModern and light shower room with a shower, washbasin and wc
Large sitting room with two sofas and a chaise longueOutside the pool room is a patio area which leads down to the raised herb beds.
  • BBQ
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Games Room
  • Heating, Central
  • Open Fire
  • Washing Machine
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Welcome Basket
  • Beach
  • Visit England Gold Award
  • Luxury
  • Parking, Private
  • Ground Floor W.C.


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Standard check-in is 4pm and standard check-out is normally 10am on your day of departure. In some cases these times vary. Always check your booking confirmation paperwork for correct timings or ask your local agent.


A classic seaside town with colourful shops and a traditional pier, which houses a pavilion theatre with variety shows and cabaret. The RNLI museum has interactive displays of life boating and pays tribute to Henry Blogg, one of Norfolks heroes who served 53 years working on the Cromer coast. The town museum has fascinating archives of the fishing trade and collections of fossils all discovered locally.

The Cromer Boating Lake is a fantastic family site with a picnic area, trampolines and putting green. There is a choice of canoes and boats to paddle about in. There are elevated views of the town from the cliff top walk to Overstrand, this takes visitors past the Royal Cromer Golf Club and the lighthouse. A centre piece of the town is the church of St Peter & St Paul, for those brave enough to venture up the 172 steps to the tower there are views of the pier and coastline.

On the outskirts of the town is Amazona Zoo, specialising in South American wildlife including caimans, jaguars and monkeys. Hillside Sanctuary is another great day out for animal lovers, with rescued shire horses and donkeys. There is a museum on site which has collections of agricultural machinery and blacksmith equipment. Blickling Estate has over 950 acres of woods and parkland to explore. Baconsthorpe Castle is worth a visit; wander through the unspoilt ruins of this 15th century fortified manor.


Located on the east coast of England, facing Europe across the North Sea, Norfolk is one of the UK's most rural counties, with over forty percent of its population living in just four towns – Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn and Thetford. Adjacent to The Wash, in whose mud the medieval King John famously lost the Crown Jewels in 1216, Norfolk's geography is that of low plains or “fens”, which makes it along with neighbouring Suffolk feel more like northern countries of European mainland (Belgium and Holland) than the rest of England which is predominantly hilly.

In a similar way to that of the “low countries”, erosion and land reclamation have changed the coastline over the centuries, so that several towns (King's Lynn, for instance) which were once on the coast are now to be found several miles inland! The whole set-up makes for some very interesting topography as well as history and Norfolk is, for this reason, an interesting county to visit, almost as if it was a different country altogether!

East of England

This region includes the ceremonial counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, Hertfordshire, Essex, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. With a rich heritage there is much to see and do to suit all ages. The royal residency of Sandringham Estate is a must see and other historical points of interest include Castle Rising, Sutton Hoo and Somerleyton Hall. The medieval cities of Cambridge, Norwich and Ipswich are not to be missed and there are lots of pretty market towns and idyllic seaside resorts to choose from for a day trip. Alternatively for a slower paced holiday you may wish to visit The Broads or Thetford Forest, these areas are particularly popular for boating and spotting birdlife.

Area Norfolk Nearest shop 1 miles Nearest pub 1 miles


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