Woodpeckers Nest sleeping up to 4 guests
Attractive property great for a family holiday close to the beaches of the east coast
Woodpeckers Nest is one of a pair of single storey holiday cottages which the owners have recently converted from a former agricultural building, standing in their three and half acre of grounds there is plenty of room for the children to enjoy the trampoline and football goal or simply to relax and perhaps have a game of boules. Finished to an excellent standard and tastefully furnished the property is ideal for a relaxing break all year round. The properties can be let together so if you are holidaying with friends you can have your own space while still enjoying time together. Shops/Pubs: 2 miles
Open Plan Room - Sitting Area with comfortable seating, flat screen TV, digital Freesat and integral DVD player, Dining Area with dining table and four chairs, Kitchen Area with electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge with icebox, dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with a double bed,
Bedroom 2 with full size bunk beds
Shower Room with large shower cubicle, washbasin and wc
Garden: Seating area to front of property with table and chairs. Shared use of communal grounds which includes lawn, summer house and stand for disposable barbecue to front of properties. Paddock to rear of properties with trampoline, football goal, boules and swing ball, there is also is a small pond in meadow surrounded by a low picket fence
Parking: Driveway with designated space for one car
Heating: Underfloor heating from Air Source Heat Pump.
Also Provided: Towels. WiFi. DAB Radio. Travel cot and high chair. Washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer in shared facility.
Notes: This is a non smoking property. Childen should be supervised close to water at all times. Woodpeckers Nest is next to Squirrels Drey they can be booked together so larger parties can enjoy time together while retaining their own privacy. Mobile reception - variable. A games room is planned for later in the season, please call to check availability.
North Walsham is a market town with a rich and varied history. At one time it was a prosperous wool town with the second tallest church tower in Norfolk, as well as being at the centre of a peasants' revolt and home to a school attended by Admiral Lord Nelson. There are a selection of shops clustered around the old market cross in the centre of the town. Lying midway between Cromer and Stalham, there is easy access to the North Norfolk Coast and the Norfolk Broads. The sandy beach at Mundesley is just four miles and there are many places to visit in the area, sure to appeal to all ages.