Tudor Rose is a beautiful bijou barn offering first-rate accommodation for two in the outskirts of the market town of Aylsham, only a short drive to Blickling Hall and the North Norfolk coast.
With its well-equipped modern kitchen opening onto a cosy sitting room with comfy sofas, cast iron gas stove and gorgeous country views, this is a luxury couple's retreat in the heart of the Norfolk countryside.
Upstairs is a stunning, beautifully appointed and roomy bedroom with luxury, deep slipper bath.
Tudor Rose is a great year-round bolthole to explore all that Norfolk has to offer. With beautiful countryside on your door step, you are only a few minutes’ walk from Aylsham, a traditional unspoilt market town with independent shops, cafes and pubs, walkable to one of the National Trust’s shining jewels in Blickling Hall, a magnificent Jacobean house with stunning gardens, just a hop in the car to North Norfolk’s numerous sandy, Blue Flag beaches and only twenty minutes from Wroxham, a gateway to the Norfolk Broads.
Outside there is a small, sunny, private terrace and off road parking.
One well-behaved dog welcome, for a small additional charge.
Tudor Rose is a beautiful annexe in the grounds of the main house, with a private area for parking and shared access in to the driveway.
There are lovely views over the pond in the main garden, but please be aware the pond and garden are private.
Tudor Rose is only a few minutes walk from Aylsham, a traditional unspoilt market town. Aylsham’s market place, surrounded by 18th century houses, reflects the town’s prosperity from the cloth trade from that era.
The town was famous for its linen and textiles in the 1300s before it went on to become a major wool and textile producing area. Today, the picturesque market place holds markets on Mondays and Fridays and there are plenty of shops, pubs and tea-rooms.
There are beaches a plenty a mere twenty minutes drive away. Overstrand is a pretty, sleepy coastal village just two miles south of its larger neighbour, Cromer, and during the Victorian era was known as ‘the village of millionaires’ and a particular favourite holiday destination for Sir Winston Churchill.
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