Sweet Briar, Sedgeford Hall self catering accommodation

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Sweet Briar, Sedgeford Hall

Quality Grade: 3

Sleeps: 16

Pets Allowed: No

Property Ref: CJK

1,200 acres of sleepy Norfolk countryside – with the sea and royalty as neighbours . . ._,Sedgeford Hall, an elegant Grade II listed property, reputed to be one of the county’s finest examples of the Queen Anne period, occupies a peaceful and secluded setting amidst 1,200 acres of glorious woodland and farmland which border the Royal Estate of Sandringham. Nestling in a sheltered valley, three of the holiday cottages are separately set in the 6-acre grounds, with Park Cottage lying in 25 acres of park land, and Sweet Briar situated close to the estate’s main gates. The West Wing forms a large part of the owner’s delightful Queen Anne home. There is also a magnificent indoor heated swimming-pool with changing facilities and an elegant sitting area. All of the properties are over 200 years old and have been furnished and equipped to a high standard, with great attention being paid to detail to ensure they have retained their very individual styles. The expansive grounds are a delight and visitors to Sedgeford Hall may wander around them at their leisure.,Just 5 miles to the north, Hunstanton has all the seaside attributes for a lovely holiday: miles of sandy beaches with rock pools, majestic cliffs, a Sea Life Centre, amusements and water sports, as well as tennis, croquet, bowls, golf, shops, restaurants and inns. Along the coast there are many delightful fishing villages including nearby Brancaster Staithe and Wells-next-the-Sea and, further on, popular Sheringham and Cromer (renowned for their fresh crabs and shellfish). Houghton Hall (7 miles), built in the 1720s, is one of England’s grandest surviving Palladian houses with an impressive model soldier collection. King’s Lynn (16 miles) offers shops, restaurants and a large leisure complex, with squash, football, cricket and a children’s outdoor play area.Many people come to this part of Norfolk simply for its connection with the Royal Family. Sandringham House, bought by Queen Victoria for her son Edward, has become famous as the Christmas residence of the Royals. Visitors enjoy public access to the house, gardens, museum and park (the house is closed only when the family is in residence). For walkers, the 4-mile stroll to Great Bircham is rewarded by its striking windmill perched on top of a hill, and the Peddars Way and Icknield Way are also close by. Locally there is indoor tennis, shooting and fishing, with two golf courses within easy reach. Pub ½ mile._ Parking Shops 4 miles TV DVD CD M/wave Cot H/chair Shared 6-acre gardens Farmland grounds of 1,200 acres Barbecue Shared, indoor heated swimming-pool, with changing room, open all year round (8am to 10pm – closed Monday, Thursday and Friday afternoons) Duvets with bed linen ,Friday to Friday, _This traditional carrstone cottage is situated near the main entrance to Sedgeford Hall. Entrance hall. Spacious living room. Large kitchen with breakfast area, leading through to extensive dining room with sofa-bed (for +2), and patio doors to garden. Cloakroom. Three steps up to family room with 5ft double bed, single bed and pull-out bed (each for +1) and en-suite bathroom. First floor: Two double bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room, one with en-suite bathroom, both with TVs. Three twin-bedded rooms, two with en-suite shower rooms and one with en-suite bathroom/W.C._ Elec by meter reading Full oil CH £63 pw poa Payphone Auto wm T/dryer D/washer Freezer Large enclosed garden .