A beautiful bijou barn conversion offering holiday accommodation for two on the outskirts of pretty, rural Broome on the Norfolk/Suffolk border with a gorgeous, open-plan, light and airy Scandi-style living space.
This is a luxury couple's retreat in the heart of the East Anglian countryside, only half an hour from Suffolk's Heritage Coast.
All on one level, The Lavender Shack has been lovingly restored and offers the height of luxury all year round.
If your trip is during the summer, you will benefit from its folding doors spilling on to the spacious outdoors with woodland views and gorgeous flower garden – the owner is a florist and has her cutting meadow on the farm – and will arrive to a freshly picked complimentary bouquet, but if you come during the winter months you’ll be able to hunker down in cosy contentment with the wood burning stove and underfloor heating, in true Hygge fashion.
It has a well-equipped kitchen offering all the mod-cons to attract foodies who love to cook on holiday, a super-king handmade bed and wall-mounted Smart television in the bedroom as well as in the open-plan living area and large power shower in the contemporary bathroom.
Outside, there is parking and an electric car charging point.
The Lavender Shack, situated on the edge of the wonderful Waveney Valley is the perfect location to explore all that Norfolk and Suffolk has to offer.
With scenic countryside on your doorstep for walking, you are only a few minutes’ drive way from paddle boarding and canoeing on the River Waveney, from the traditional unspoilt market town of Bungay with its delicious delis, cafes and independent shops and only six miles from Beccles, gateway to the Norfolk Broads.
The Lavender Shack is only a few minutes walk in to the village of Broome, which has a village shop and local, dog friendly pub The Artichoke. In the next village, Kirby Cane, is the fantastic Italian bar and restaurant, The Olive Tree.
Just a few minutes in the car are the unspoilt market towns of Bungay, with its historic castle remains and Beccles, with its market square and winding streets nestled by the River Waveney, which makes it a gateway to the Broads, where you can hire boats for an excellent day out.
In both towns you’ll find quirky independent shops, restaurants, cafes and delis as well as a host of community events, festivals and entertainment held throughout the year.
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