Set in a pretty conservation village that is a haven for wildlife, this cosy cottage will suit couples or families who enjoy relaxing in the Norfolk countryside, river walks and quiet country villages.
Ramblers Rest is a cosy cottage located in the picturesque village of Thurne, in the heart of the Norfolk Broads National Park. Dating from the mid 19th century, the cottage oozes country charm and is part of a small terraced row of similar cottages with views out over open countryside to the front and rear. The location is ideal for exploring the Broads, with birdwatching, cycling, fishing and excellent walks all on the door step. There is a good pub within walking distance and the beautiful sandy beaches of the Norfolk coast are only a short drive away. The cottage is well-equipped and comfortable, ideal for a relaxing self catering holiday and your dogs can come too*.
Cosy and comfortably furnished living room with TV, DVD player with selection of DVD’s, CD/radio/iPod dock, books, games, dining area with table and chairs to seat 4.
Kitchen with electric hob and oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine and table and chairs to seat 2.
Bedroom 1 with a king-size bed
Bedroom 2 with twin beds
Bathroom with bath, over-bath mixer shower, washbasin and wc
- Garden: Enclosed garden with lawn, patio area with garden furniture and BBQ.
- Parking: Designated parking for one vehicle.
- Heating: O.F.C.H. and wood burner, starter pack of fuel included. On demand hot water.
- Also Provided: All household linens and towels. Welcome pack. Wi-Fi Internet.
1. One or two small/medium well-behaved dog welcome subject to our booking policy regarding pets - please see our rental terms & conditions for details.
2. This is a non smoking property.
3. Security Deposit £150 (refundable within 7 days subject to booking terms and conditions).
4. The neighbouring cottage has a pedestrian right of access across the garden.
5. Mobile reception - variable.
Thurne is a pretty conservation village set in the Broads National park and is at the centre of some of the most stunning natural scenery in the Broadland landscape. The village is home to the iconic Thurne drainage mill, tea shop, small shop, children’s play park, and pub. There are excellent walks right from the doorstep and some outstanding sandy beaches, including the Winterton Dunes Nature Reserve and Horsey are within a 15 minute drive. Norwich with its castle and a huge array of shops and restaurants is only 30 minutes' drive away. Nearby Caister Castle offers an interesting day out and the Hickling Broad marshes and RSPB nature reserve are truly worth a visit. Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden has 130 acres of wildlife and woodland gardens including a private waterway, with daily boat trips from Apr-Oct, or head up to How Hill nature reserve at Ludham where you can step back in time at Toad Hall Cottage and enjoy a waterborne mystery trail on the Electric eel along along dykes fringed with marshland plants.