Snettisham, West Norfolk
The Orangery is a unique place to stay, is set within the grounds of the Grade II listed Snettisham House and close to Sandringham, Heacham and the North Norfolk coast.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the coast at this peaceful, rural retreat just a short drive away. A super little spot for a romantic getaway or would be perfect for a family.
In keeping with an Orangery, the property has been tastefully decorated encompassing a botanical theme with rooms benefiting from full height sash windows overlooking the south facing garden. With calm neutral colours and cosy textures of beautiful wool throws and sheepskin rugs, you may feel tempted to just stay in and watch a DVD or read during the winter.
In summer, you can relax in the secluded garden and enjoy a BBQ and a glass or two of wine! Why not venture along one of the many pretty walks or cycle rides from the cottage and be amazed at the dears grazing so close to this tranquil spot.
The luxurious accommodation for four people is on one level and has a beautifully furnished sitting room with vaulted ceiling – just the place to relax after a busy day exploring the stunning North Norfolk coastline.
The Cottage really is perfect for families, walkers, cyclists, birdwatchers, artists or just those wanting to escape to a peaceful retreat.
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Beautifully furnished and all on one level, this holiday property has a luxurious interior and fabulous, south facing garden.
Snettisham is a coastal village to the south of Hunstanton, perfectly located to explore either the nearby RSPB Snettisham reserve or spend a day out on one of the many beaches nearby. If sailing is your passion, then Snettisham has a very active sailing club.
Guests can either take a ten minute stroll to the popular Rose & Crown gastro pub and village shops or walk to Snettisham Park farm which is just a stone’s throw away. A bit further afield is the Queen’s residence at Sandringham House – only a ten minute drive away.
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