- Bedrooms: 5
- Sleeps: 12
- Approximate Pricing: £960 - £1800 per week
2 family, 1 double, 2 twin all ensuite.
The main eighteenth century farm house is spacious and tastefully furnished. It is the ideal place for family gatherings or groups of friends.
Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine, electric oven, fridge/freezer, coffee machine
Large lounge with comfortable seating for 10/12, TV
Dining room with open fire and seating for 12,
2nd lounge, TV, DVD ,Wifi
All bedroom ensuite/private bathroom
Duvets and all bed linen and towels provided
Electricity included in price
Not suitable for wheelchair access
Sorry no pets
Shared games room on farm with snooker and table tennis..
Large farm garden with outdoor furniture, summer house and play equipment. Fire pit/BBQ. Ample parking.
While staying at Grove Farm you can explore the area in many ways. You can hire a boat by the hour or day from nearby riverside boat yards and visit many beautiful villages, stop at excellent riverside pubs for good food and real ale or just while away the hours watching the magnificent wildlife on the Norfolk Broads until the sun goes down or take a walk under the big skies of Norfolk on one of the many marked walks in the area.
Miles of sandy beaches nearby, are part of a great coastline offering an attractive blend of wide sandy beaches, sand dunes and cliffs. Fun for all the family at the bustling seaside resorts of Hemsby and Great Yarmouth with its famous Golden Mile and Pleasure Beach. There are fine sandy beaches at Sea Palling, Waxham, Horsey, Winterton and Hemsby to name just a few! Visitors in winter will be able to see the large colonies of grey seals and their pups at Horsey.
Children love to visit nearby BeWILDerwood, a huge, award winning forest of family fun and outdoor adventure.
Another favourite is Thrigby Wildlife Park, where you will find endangered tigers, huge crocodiles, noisy gibbons and many more exciting animals.
Within a 20 minute walk of the historic Potter Heigham bridge with it's boatyards, shops and pub.
Martham, a pretty broadland village with 2 pubs, local shops and a Chinese takeaway is a 5 minute drive away..
Norwich, with it's Norman Castle, is a great place for shopping. As well as 2 shopping Malls, the historic Lanes and Elm Hill area are full of independent shops rich in vintage, collectables, art and fashion.This holiday cottage has its own website: http://www.grovefarmholidays.co.uk
The spacious and well equipped farm house is ideal for family gatherings or a friends get together.
Ask the owner, Jenny Pratt a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.