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Enquiries to : Mrs. C Wallace
Manor Farm  Heacham
King's Lynn  Norfolk  PE31 7JX
Tel/Fax:  01485 570567





The Cottage sleeps 6 +

A delightful grade II 15th century cottage built in local carrstone.
The Cottage is beautifully situated in five acres of gardens 500 yards off the main road on a working livestock farm, with walking access to the coast.  The cottage has it's own private enclosed lawned garden, with borders of climbing roses, foxgloves and hollyhocks.  There is access to the large games room with use of the full sized table tennis table and a snooker table.


The cottage has full central heating throughout and is charged by a meter reading, and the electricity is included in the letting rates.  All rooms with exception of the kitchen and hallway have fully fitted carpets and the cottage is cleaned and maintained to a high standard. Sorry but No pets allowed  The sitting room overlooks the courtyard and the garden at the rear.  It is tastefully furnished with a comfortable sofa and armchairs, there is also a colour TV and video.

Upstairs there  are two bathrooms each with their own WC's and washbasins, one of the bathrooms has a cast iron bath and the other a fully fitted large enclosed shower.  Both of these rooms have recently been refurbished keeping the character of the cottage.  Also upstairs are the main bedrooms comprising two twin bedded rooms and one double bedroom.  All bed linen is provided as are towels (except for beach towels).  A cot and high chair are also available.
Downstairs the modern kitchen is well equipped with cooking appliances and washing machine.  A half glazed door leads out onto the terrace which has picnic table, chairs and a barbecue, the whole garden is enclosed and safe for children of all ages.



Heacham is an attractive village with many cottages built from local carrstone quarried nearby, which imparts warmth and character and is unique to this area of Norfolk.
It is an ideal location for a family holiday with superb beaches and a good range of small family-run shops, restaurants and country pubs close by.  The village is also home to the world famous Norfolk Lavender grown at Caley Mill which is open to visitors throughout the year.  The attractions of the unspoilt Norfolk coastline, designated an area of outstanding natural beauty, with it's sandy beach, R.S.P.B reserves, golf courses, sailing and glorious walks along the Norfolk Coastal Path and Peddars Way, are all on the doorstep.  Sandringham is only a few miles away with wonderful gardens and woodlands. 
Hunstanton is 1 mile away with it's Sealife Centre and the Oasis indoor leisure centre and swimming pool.  There are also two bowling greens, amusements and supermarket.  The Princess Theatre has an excellent summer programme.