- Bedrooms: 3
- Sleeps: 6
- Approximate Pricing: £47 - £55 P.P.P.N.
1 family room, 1 double, 1 single(small double).
All the well-appoointed rooms have free Wifi, TV and tea and coffee making facilities. All bathrooms are equipped with power showers, egyptian cotton bath towels and luxury toiletries.
Harvest is an airy double aspect room, and is available as a double, or can accommodate a family of four with a double bed and one or two singles as required. The views are over the extensive front lawn and towards Muckleburgh Hill and the coast. The generously sized en-suite bathroom has a walk-in shower, wash-basin and WC.
Sea-side is a spacious room with a large picture window overlooking the rear lawn and mill-pond. The generously sized en-suite bathroom has a walk-in shower, wash-basin and WC.
Norfolk Sky is a pretty room suitable for let as a single or small double. It overlooks the rear lawn and mill-pond. The en-suite bathroom has a large shower cubicle, wash-basin and WC.
Guests are welcome to enjoy a delicious breakfast in the splendid dining room, where tea and home-made cake is served in the afternoon.
The minimum stay is for two nights all year round.
Well behaved dogs are welcome -
Please note - there is a charge for dogs of £5.00 per dog per night.
The house is surrounded by lawned gardens, with a mill-pond at the rear. Outdoor seating is provided for guests to relax and enjoy the beautiful views and watch visiting wildlife to the gardens.
There are ample parking spaces, and also safe storage for bicycles, fishing or golfing gear etc.
Please note: children must be supervised in the garden at all times as the Mill Pond is unfenced.
Weybourne is a little gem of a village with a wonderful general store, pub and tea-room, all serving great food, as well as the ancient Priory Church and Methodist Chapel. It is a very enjoyable three mile cliff top walk to the traditional sea-side resort of Sheringham, and four miles from the attractive Georgian town of Holt. Both can be reached via the Poppy Line Steam Railway, from Weybourne Station, approximately one mile outside the village. The excellent Coast-hopper bus service also stops in the village.
The shingle beach is popular with anglers and crab and lobster fishermen, and is on the Norfolk Coast Path. Millstream House is ideally situated for exploring the delights of North Norfolk, whether on foot, by car or bicycle, and for bird-watchers, golfers and steam-train enthusiasts.
With brisk walks and wonderful wildlife, come and enjoy a golden autumn in North Norfolk.
Ask the owner, Mary Williams a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.