Castaway Cottage is a Holiday Cottage in Itteringham

Sleeping Arrangements

1 king, 1 double and 1 twin.

Inside the cottage

The cottage originates from the 1850s and has been extended and re-furbished to provide all modern conveniences. It is built of red Norfolk brick with a pantile roof (as are most of the buildings in the village) and is located in Big Yard, a former agricultural yard. It is an end terrace cottage, quiet and private and has a stream at the bottom of the wild garden. It has a large kitchen diner, cosy lounge with inglenook fire place and shower room downstairs and 3 bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. The cottage is well equiped and furnished to a high standard. Farrow and Ball and Little Green colours are used throughout. WiFi is available.

Outside and garden

There is a large garden with borders and lawn near the cottage and a wildlife garden running down to a stream. If you are lucky you may see kingfishers, barn owls, egrets and the occasional otter.

There is parking in the garden for 3 or 4 cars.

The cottage has french doors leading onto a patio with hardwood patio furniture. There is also a picnic bench by the stream.

Surrounding area

Itteringham is said by many to be one of the most sought after villages in the area. It is well placed for all the attractions of North Norfolk. The village has a very well stocked community shop and a pub of repute, the Walpole Arms. It is approximately 3 miles from Blickling Hall, 4 miles from Aylsham and 7 miles from Holt. There are many lovely walks from the cottage. Norwich and the Broads are within a 30 minute drive.

This holiday cottage has its own website: http://www.itteringhamcottages.co.uk
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Map of Castaway Cottage in Itteringham

Castaway Cottage in Itteringham

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Approximate Pricing: £425 - £800 per week

Ask the owner, Jerry Scott a question...

Landline:01522730561
Mobile:07990786931

Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.