- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Approximate Pricing: £465 - £595 per week
I ensuite super-king bed with the option to configure as a twin.
Meadow Cottage is situated in Syderstone and perfectly located for visiting North Norfolk. Ideal for couples or two friends sharing, the setting is idyllic and perfect for enjoying a relaxing break. Adjacent to the cottage is The Artist’s Studio providing luxury accommodation for 2 people. This beautifully styled (think Cape Cod meets North Norfolk) accommodation has a super-king zip-link bed, which can be configured as a double or twin beds; with mattresses of differing tensions so you are free to choose the one that best suits you. Single story, open plan and on one level, it is a mix of contemporary Scandi influenced design and the clever placement of vintage items adds character. It features a hidden kitchen and has a spacious wet room with underfloor heating throughout. It has a hairdryer, iron, ironing board and a well equipped kitchen. It also contains free wi-fi, free-view TV, DVD player, blue tooth radio. Towels and linen are provided as is a complementary welcome pack, so you can enjoy a refreshing drink as soon as you arrive..
A south facing sun-trap patio is bordered by lavender and white escallonia, overlooking the pretty secluded gardens, the meadow and farmland beyond. You may enjoy a BBQ in the meadow in the company of various birds and wildlife.
Parking is nearby on the street.
No smoking is permitted on the site.
Not suitable for children under 12.
The adjacent cottage has one friendly cat Lottie.
Meadow Cottage is situated in the charming Norfolk village of Syderstone. St Mary's church is one of over 120 Norman round-tower churches that dot the Norfolk countryside. The nearby village pub, The Lynn Arms, is just 25 metres from the cottage. It serves locally sourced food and offers an exclusively gluten free menu.
From Meadow Cottage you can explore North Norfolk’s sandy beaches, nature reserves and wetlands at Titchwell Marsh RSPB, Sculthorpe Moor Hawk and Owl Trust and Pensthorpe Wildlife Park, also featuring the Piet Oudolf Millennium garden; the stately homes of Houghton Hall, Holkham Hall and Sandringham are all nearby. The artisan shops of Burnham Market, Wells-next-the-Sea and Holt are popular and the historic 'Fine City' of Norwich with its Tudor buildings, market place, shops and antique and collectors emporiums makes for a fascinating day trip. North Norfolk has an abundance of characterful pubs, cafés and award winning restaurants and an outstanding Farmer's Market at Creake Abbey. The seasonal fairs at Deepdale Market, along with a plethora of art galleries and talented craftspeople make the area a top destination for visitors.