Situated within the grounds of The Old Vicarage. Beech House has been restored to a high standard and provides a fabulous base for a holiday exploring North Norfolk.
Converted to a very high standard with quality fitted kitchen and bathrooms, Beech House is extremely well-equipped and has contemporary, stylish furniture and furnishings and, most importantly, super comfy beds!
The breakfast kitchen and conservatory is a lovely spacious light-filled room, with a very well-equipped kitchen area with fitted high gloss units, sparkly granite worktops, and central island.
A sunny dining area in the adjoining conservatory has lovely views of the garden and beyond. There is a circular table and seating for eight. Doors lead to patio area and garden.
The sumptuous, cosy sitting room is beautifully decorated and overlooks the patio and garden, with a 50″ TV, Blu-Ray player, Orbit sound bar, and wood burning stove.
With four bedrooms (three of which are on the ground floor), three bathrooms (two en-suite), this house ticks lots of boxes and may appeal to families, couples and friends who are looking for a quiet location, enjoy a touch of luxury and want a comfortable base from which to explore this lovely part of North Norfolk at any time of year.
The garden is mostly laid to lawn, with a large Beech tree offering shade on hot sunny days, and uninterrupted views across the meadow beyond. There is a patio area with table, chairs and barbecue. A right of access at the bottom of the garden allows adjoining gardens to be maintained.
There is designated parking in the car park area for two large or four small cars, signed Beech House.
We loved it! Beech House was the perfect retreat for our family holiday. There were eight of us both children and adults and we found the accommodation very comfortable and well equipped.
Reviewed by Sharon Blagden
Perfect house, great location. Very well-equipped house with a great layout. Likely the best holiday home that I have visited. I would challenge anyone if this does not exceed their expectations! Also a great location for exploring North Norfolk. Faultless!
Reviewed by Tim Parry
Little Walsingham is the site of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, the National Roman Catholic Shrine and the Church of England Shrine. It is a fascinating place to visit with many fine buildings. The Shrine is visited all year round by Pilgrims.
There are several good places to eat including The Norfolk Riddle an excellent fish and chip shop and restaurant.
There is easy access to the local coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea – either by car or using the Coasthopper bus service from the village – a traditional seaside town, with a variety of independent shops and cafes.
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