The Signal Box
Enjoy a holiday with a difference and stay in this beautifully restored & converted Edwardian Norfolk signal box. A rural bolt hole for two, how cool is that?
The Signal Box has upside down accommodation with an open plan living on the upper floor taking full advantage of the wonderful rural views, downstairs there’s a cosy double bedroom.
Set amidst the landscaped grounds of the owner’s home and surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, The Signal Box has ‘upside down’ accommodation with an open plan living space on the upper floor to take full advantage of the wonderful rural views from the tall windows that fold around on three sides.
Downstairs there is a cosy double bedroom, with en suite shower room.
This is the perfect place to switch off and enjoy a complete break from your daily life but, if you want to stay in touch with the outside world, worry not, all mod cons have been installed.
A public footpath passes by outside, so feel free to explore by bike or meander on foot with your dog by your side. Even though it might not feel like it, you are not too far from civilisation, or a beach, if you should feel the need to venture further afield. There is plenty to see and do.
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One of a kind holiday property, this former Signal Box is a truly unique place to stay.
Set in landscaped grounds, with lovely rural views from the tall, feature windows.
This pretty and peaceful location is a superb base from which to explore both rural and coastal North Norfolk at any time of the year. The village of Melton Constable is a thirty minute walk, or short drive, away where there are local facilities and an excellent butcher’s shop selling award-winning sausages.
It’s just a twenty five minute drive to the beautiful north Norfolk coast where you can discover charming coastal villages, some great gastro pubs, fantastic scenery and lots more. For boutique shopping, the popular Georgian market towns of Holt and Burnham Market are both within easy reach.
The Signal Box
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