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Studio | No Bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Car essential
  • Nearest beach 28km

Excellent maintained open plan studio comfortably sleeping two in a double bed, or up to four with the use of a luxury sofa bed. The studio is separate from the owners house, with ample secure parking within the 3/4 acre garden which is surrounded by fields. Patio furniture is provided.

The property is well equipped throughout including a range cooker, washer /dryer and shower wet room. The studio is heated by night storage heaters with an additional heater if required.

Towels provided along with a welcome pack of milk, tea & coffee.

An ideal location for exploring the Waveney valley and the many charming locations in Norfolk and Suffolk. The Suffolk heritage coast is a 35 minute drive away, the picturesque market town of Harleston is only 3 miles away. Public House 1 mile.

This offers a great location for a peaceful getaway with plenty of walks and footpaths nearby.

The historic City of Norwich is just over 20 miles away, with Castle, Cathedral and many other ancient sites along with excellent shopping and siteseeing activities.

Size Sleeps up to 4, Studio
Nearest beach Walberswick 28 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 5 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Norwich 46 km, Nearest railway: Diss 14 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General TV, CD player, Table tennis, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Shared garden, BBQ
Access Secure parking
Further details outdoors

The use of the owners table tennis table and BBQ are available upon request.

Further details

The property is a single storey detached building within the grounds of the owners garden. Well behaved dogs are accepted.PLEASE NOTE: the owners have 2 dogs, very friendly labradors, 2 cats & chickens (chickens are in a fenced run)

The East Anglia region

The Norfolk and Suffolk area known for its a great destinations for everytime you need to visit at any time of year.

Miles of unspoilt coastline, internationally important nature reserves and amazing wildlife (Minsmere), hundreds of picturesque villages, historic market towns, fantastic seaside resorts such as Southwold & Walberswick.

The Broads - Britain's magical waterland, and Norwich, a fantastic heritage, entertainment and shopping city, are just some of the delights on offer.


Harleston is a small market town in Southern Norfolk which holds a busy weekly market and which is home to some fine Georgian architecture. The total population of Harleston and the neighbouring Redenhall barely passes 4,000 but despite its reduced size the town holds an enviable reputation for the wide variety of goods which are sold here. Here the national retail chains which you find in just about every other city and town in the land are replaced by small, independent retailers, lending a charm and unique character to the town centre.

There is an interesting art based event held here annually; the Harleston and Waveney Festival. This event gives musicians of all levels a chance to perform on stage, and includes a variety of other cultural activities.

The town has a long history, the strategic importance of its location in the Waveney valley leading to several growth periods, while the two World Wars brought with them a large influx of soldiers to the area. The effect of the loss of the Waveney Valley Line train service which once passed through the Harleston Station is tempered by the easy access to the town, gained through lovely and peaceful country roads.

Bungay Pool and Gym

St Johns Hill,


NR35 1PH

01986 895014

Main Pool & shallow teaching pool with wheelchair ramp access.Family friendly pool with 42m water slide.


Halesworth Golf Club

Bramfield road


01986 875567

Top class facilites which include undercover, floodlit 10 bay driving range, chipping & putting greens. 27 holes - an 18 hole championship course and 9 hole pay and play course. Well stocked shop where golf clubs,trolleys and buggies can be hired. Clubhouse with restaurant and bar.


Banham Zoo

Tel: 01953 887771


Banham Zoo voted Best Attraction 2007 & 2008 and one of the ultimate fun filled day out. Almost 1000 animals from around the world. Daily feeding talks and displays. One of the most exciting birds of prey display in the UK (seasonal).

Open Daily from 10am


Batemans Barn

South Elmham Hall,

St Cross

Tel: 01986 782526



Cafe, Restaurant, Bar and Farm Walks.

Open Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays all Year and Also Thurs/Friday between May and Sept 10.00am - 5.00pm.

Call John or Nicole on 01986 782526


Castle Hill and Darrow Wood, Denton

Denton's little-known National Trust Property.

Darrow Wood was acquired by the National Trust in 1990. This monument is one of the few well preserved small motte and bailey castles in Norfolk its acquisition by the National Trust ensures its continued survival. The whole site is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and it protected by statute. It can be found off of Darrow Green Road, Darrow Green, opp. Darrow Green Farm.


Eye Castle

Tel: 01449 724639

Eye Castle started as a Motte and Bailey castle over 900 years ago and has seen many changes over the centuries. It is located close to the centre of Eye and would have dominated the town in its hey-day. Today a ruined Victorian folly is found at the top of the mound with a viewing platform to allow extensive views across the town and beyond.

The inner bailey is maintained as mown grassland with seats and picnic tables to enable visitors to spend a few quiet moments on site.

The castle is also a popular venue for amateur dramatics with local groups performing Shakespearian plays or children’s theatre during the summer months. The Mid Suffolk Countryside Team look after the site and hold several events there during the year Contact them on 01449 724639


Grain Brewery

Grain Brewery is located in the Waveney Valley of South Norfolk. An area characterised by its vibrant yet tranquil river and its mile upon mile of stunning views across some of the richest farm land in England.

It is in one of these farms that we found the perfect location for our brewery. South farm in Alburgh (pronounced Arrrrrbraa) has been owned and operated by the Bond family for three generations, ands it is their old dairy that we have converted into our brewhouse and cellars.

Tel: 01986 788884

We are happy to host brewery tours (with prior arrangement) for groups or individuals and our brewery shop is open Tue – Sat 10.00am – 17.00pm.

Entry is free please call us on 01986 788884

From Harleston head towards Bungay and take the second left after joining the A143 signposted Tunbeck road. Grain Brewery is about a mile along the road on the left at the top of the hill.


Harleston Museum

Run by the Harleston & District Historial Society this compact museum staffed by volunteers is located next to King George's Hall, Broad Street, Harleston. Opening times for 2012 are Wednesday 10.00 - 12.00 and 2.00 - 4.00 and Saturday 10.00 - 12.00 from Saturday 12th May until Saturday 29th September. There is no fixed entry fee but donations are appreciated.

The Museum displays artefacts relating to the life and times of the people of Harleston and the immediate surrounding parishes from pre-historic times to the present day. More specifically these items illustrate; personal and domestic life, working life, costume, recreation, enterainment and the built environment of the town.

Further information from Judy Alder (Museum Curator) 01379 854425


Langley Abbey

Langley Green


near Loddon

NR14 6DG

Tel: 01508 480289



See how the magnificent Langley Abbey complex was constructed using Caen stone delivered by boat from France and why the work had to stop every Autumn. Discover how the Abbey lasted for nearly 400 years - it flourished at the start, owning 62 Norfolk parishes but then fell into rack and ruin before dissolved in 1536.

Stand in the Abbots private cellar and imagine the room full of provisions, then climb his private sprial staircase to his chamber. Learn how the Abbot and his 14 Canons spent their time, in worship, teaching God's word, managing their estates, as well as doing what they shouldn't!

Travel through time on our farming journey - starting before history when Neolithic man settled in Langley 6000 years ago and began to farm. They harvested crops such as wheat and barley as well as keeping livestock. Was it the owner of the Roma Villa who buried the golden coins found in a pot on our fields? Try to imagine who wore the Anglo Saxon belt buckles also discovered. Understand why the land at Langley has always been occupied, with its fertile soil and proximity to the Yare river highway.


Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum

The Street,


Nr Bungay,


NR35 1NZ

Tel: 01986 896644


The Museum was formed in 1972 by local enthusiasts and is a Registered Charity. 35,000 visitors a year view 60 aircraft, plus over than 23,000 artefacts displayed in two hangars and eight themed buildings on its 8-acre site. The collection reflects the development of aviation over the last 100 years, mainly in the East Anglia region.

There is no admission charge but donations are encouraged. There is a shop, light refreshment area, picnic tables and fundraising bricabrac stalls. Wheelchairs are available. Dogs are permitted when on leads. Special events are held on Sundays during the Summer months, and there is a programme of activities for school groups. A raised boardwalk through a Willow plantation leads to the river Waveney and offers a peaceful stroll in natural surroundings.

Open November to March: Sunday/Tuesday/Wednesday 10.00 - 4.00

April to October: Sunday to Thursday 10.00 - 5.00


Norfolk Windmill's Trust.

Billingford Mill, Nr Diss, Norfolk.

Mobile 07967 770064

Tel: 01379 853967

For mill opening times please call the above number. The Mill can also be opened for groups, schools etc.

Grain for milling required any variety or quality.

Food available at Horseshoes P.H. opposite mill. Charity No 1033274


Oasis Camel Centre

Orchard Farm




IP19 0DT

Tel: 07836734748



Adult/Child price: £6.50 Adult £5.50 Child

Park open: Easter to end of October

Animal farm park specialising in camelids of the world. Set in a truly tranquil part of North Suffolk. See, touch and learn about camels, llamas and alpacas. Cuddle-a-Pet sessions with rabbits, guinea pigs, ferret's and many more. Goats, donkeys, pigs and rare breed farm animals. Children's play areas including zip slide, mini maze, bouncy castle, crazy golf and ball pond. Land train rides around the park on selected days. Picnic areas, gift shop and cafe. Lots of fun and interest for all the family.


Redwings Caldecott Visitor Centre

Beccles Road,



Tel: 0870 040 0033


A trip to Redwings’ Caldecott Visitor Centre near Great Yarmouth makes a wonderful family day out.

This Quality Assured Visitor Attraction is home to more than 80 rescued horses, ponies, donkeys and mules through the Summer months including handsome heavy horse Prince, tiny Shetland Sampson and cheeky donkey Denise.

As well as plenty of chances to meet the horses and ponies, visitors can learn more about the work of Redwings on a ‘Walk and Talk’ around the site, watch horse care demonstrations, buy goodies in the well-stocked gift shop or enjoy a delicious meal in the Nosebag café.

The centre can be found at Caldecott Hall, opposite Fritton Lake, on the A143 between Beccles and Great Yarmouth and is open from March 27th to October 31st with free admission.


St.Peters Brewery

St. Peter South Elmham

Tel: 01986 782322


St. Peter’s Brewery is based in a moated medieval Hall at St. Peter South Elmham, just off the A143 between Harleston and Bungay.

The brewery was built in 1996 and is housed in an attractive range of traditional former agricultural buildings adjacent to St. Peter’s Hall. Siting the brewery at St. Peter’s was ideal because of the excellent water quality from a deep bore-hole. Locally malted barley is used, together with quality hops to produce premium bottled ales. St. Peter’s distinctive oval-shaped bottles were specially designed and are a copy of one from Gibbstown, near Philadelphia which dates from c. 1770.

St. Peter’s brew 'traditional' beers - bitters, mild etc. - as well as some more unusual beers such as honey porter and fruit beer. The award winning range of bottled beers are brewery conditioned and then cold filtered to give a smooth rounded finish when consumed.


Suffolk Owl Sanctuary

at Stonham Barns

open 7 days a week, 10am - 5pm.

Tel: 01449 711425


Established as a registered charity in 2001, the Suffolk Owl Sanctuary is based at Stonham Aspal in Suffolk, where it operates a comprehensive facility for the care & rehabilitation of owls from the region, and the promotion of owl conservation throughout the UK and beyond. The Sanctuary at Stonham Barns is the focal point of our organisation and provides a delightful place to visit to watch, study or simply enjoy the company of Owls and other birds of prey. There are over 70 raptors at the Centre, all housed in spacious aviaries and flying free in narrated flying displays or demonstrations. You will also find Red Squirrels, Chipmunks, the Raptor Hospital, The Barclays Sensory Garden, an information centre about Owls, a woodland walk with bird hide, picnic areas and plenty of activities for children including a mini-maze & adventure frame.


The Pennings

Tel: 01449 724639

The Pennings is a Local Nature Reserve on the outskirts of Eye, lying on the banks of the River Dove. Once an arable field, the site has developed into a damp meadow with an abundance of wild flowers and grasses. A small picnic area with tables is located by the car park and mown grass paths allow visitors to explore this small site.

Wildlife seen along the river includes Kingfisher, Water Vole and several species of dragonfly. In Summer the grassland is alive with grasshoppers and other insects.

The Mid Suffolk Countryside Team look after the site and hold several local events there during the year. Contact them on 01449 724639



Tel: 01379 788345



Open daily 9am – 6pm

(or dusk in the winter months)

The12 miles of waymarked footpaths within the Thornham Estate wind through beautiful countryside taking visitors into ancient parkland, woodland, farmland and water meadows. The Walks also include a surfaced path suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs, which leads for half a mile to the Thornham Walled Garden, passing on your way the renovated hermitage and pets’ cemetery. Other trails may not be suitable for wheelchairs. Electric all terrain wheelchairs are available. See our web site for annual programme of events, or pick up an events leaflet from the car park.

Dogs are welcome but please keep them on a lead.

Mon – Sat £1, Sun & Bank holidays £2.00

Also available at Thornham

Forge Café and The Old Coach House, Picnic areas, Play equipment, Information & advice.

Thornham is signed off the A140 near Eye


Wingfield Barns

Church Road




IP20 5RA

Tel: 01379 384505



Wingfield Barns became the home of Wingfield Arts and Music in 2000 housed in a £1.4m conversion of farm buildings next to Wingfield College. The inspiration for the project was Ian Chance, the founder of WAM. The buildings are a legacy of his vision to have galleries, workshops and artist resident accomodation in the beautiful and quiet Suffolk countryside.

The site is centred on a Grade II listed timber framed barn built in 1537. The sympathetically restored buildings sit well away from the road in an naturally sloping site with sweeping views to the South across a traditionally farmed landscape.

Teas, coffees, cakes, light lunches, large terrace, fully licenced bar, gift shop, and galleries. Bicycle hire, picnic lunches and a full programme of events.


OPEN SIX DAYS A WEEK. Opening hours Tues-Sat 10am-5pm Sun 11am.-4pm

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