- Bedrooms: 5
- Sleeps: 10
- Approximate Pricing: £1200 - £2200 per week
5 double bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, ideal for up to 10 guests
COMING SOON. The Hall will be available for renting from April 2019.
The Edingthorpe Hall is a most handsome and historic Grade II listed family house, originally dating from about 1520, although the overall style of the building is of the early 17th century. The house retains much period detail and it can host up to 10 guests. The five rooms are large, light and well proportioned.
There are two large lounges, one with a wood burning stove and sofas, ideal for a quite evening of friendly chat. This room has a bluetooth stereo, a small study table and a reading corner. The other lounge has a large reclining "u-shape" sofa, and it is designed for an evening of film watching. It has a smart TV and DVD.
A large dining room can accommodate up to 12 diners.
The kitchen has a working AGA, as well as an electric ceramic hob and all other expected appliances, including microwave, dishwasher and washer-dryer.
The first floor has 1 large double bedroom overlooking the garden and with en-suite bathroom. 2 more double bedrooms overlook the front garden. Two further bathrooms. Towards the end of the house, there is a further children’s bedroom with single beds and a baby cot. The children’s room is adjacent to a large playroom and a further bathroom.
The fifth room is accessed through the courtyard and it has it's own bathroom. The room is adjacent to the property, and it sits on top of the kitchen ceiling. Ideal as a teenager’s den!
Although the property has an astonishing second floor,with exposed original beams and trusses, unfortunately, and due to building regulations, we are not allowed to offer it to the public.
The property is non smoking, and we would ask you to be respectful with this rule.
Plenty of parking on a horseshoe gravelled drive leading onto the main entrance.
The house has is a half-acre area of lawned garden with a hedge and mature trees.
There is also a gravelled courtyard at the back of a property, that provides a most attractive and secluded sun trap area with various shrubs including rambling roses, clematis and a fine large magnolia. tree.
The Hall is beautifully situated in a quiet area, on the edge of the rural hamlet of Edingthorpe and is surrounded by open countryside. Edingthorpe is well situated between the coast and the Norfolk Broads. The village is about 18 miles to the north of Norwich, the Cathedral city and regional centre of East Anglia. The coast at Mundesley is about 2½ miles and has excellent sandy beaches.