Situated within a conservation area, in the heart of tranquil North Norfolk, surrounded by unrivalled views of open countryside you will find Pear Tree Cottage, offering the perfect rural escape.
Formerly part of the Wolterton Estate, this delightful property enjoys an abundance and variety of wildlife with frequent sightings of deer, hare and marsh harriers. Open the lovely french doors and wander out to the pretty garden where you can relax and simply enjoy the peace and quiet. Or cosy up with a good book in the comfortable sitting room with the warmth from the wood burning stove.
Approached by quiet lanes, the cottage is the perfect location for walking, cycling (two bikes are available upon request) and enjoying the beautiful countryside. Wander a mile down the road to the local pub, The Saracen’s Head or a little further on you will discover The Walpole Arms which comes highly recommended.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Sleeps four guests.
One bathroom and one shower room.
Wood burning stove.
Beautiful, lawned garden.
Off road parking.
Sorry, no pets or children under 15 years.
Minimum of a two night stay.
Situated within a conservation area, surrounded by views of the open countryside.
Two adult bikes are available: please request when making your booking.
A short drive from a beach.
Electric cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer.
Freeview TVs in kitchen, sitting room and bedrooms. DVD, video and CD player.
Garden furniture and barbecue.
Attractions and nearby amenities
A short drive away (nine miles) is the Victorian seaside town of Cromer, famous for crab fishing and with the only end-of-the-pier show in England.
Otherwise, find the Georgian town of Holt (six miles) with its fine food, antique and designer shops and fascinating galleries.
For some refreshing sea air you will discover Sheringham on the coast or Blakeney which is ideal for bird watching and boat trips to the seal sanctuary. Throughout these towns there are a wealth of good pubs and restaurants.
For a more cultural day you can explore numerous beautiful and spectacular properties such as Holkham Hall, Oxburgh Hall, Houghton Hall, Castle Rising or the National Trusts Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall. When the sun is out, go and admire the stunning gardens at Raveningham, Mannington or East Ruston.
For those looking for activities, the following are available from companies based in Holkham: Lake Activities from Norfolk Adventure, they offer activities such as boat tours, rowing, canoeing, kayaking and water zorbing.