The Corner House
The Corner House is a delightful stable conversion in the corner of a sunny courtyard of beautiful 17th century buildings.
In a peaceful setting of 64 acres of working farmland, and with fine views across the countryside, it is approached up a straight drive through former parkland, where horses and a small herd of pedigree Hereford cattle quietly graze, along with sheep and lambs in the spring.
The Corner House sleeps two. On the first floor there is a bright and roomy bedroom (double or twin) with en suite bathroom and lovely views over rolling grassland.
On the ground floor there is a sitting/dining room with a kitchen area, leading down to a utility room. There is also a terraced area, looking directly onto the fields behind. The corner House is beautifully furnished throughout and has all mod cons.
We are open all year around and welcome dogs and horses but by arrangement please. We generally charge £230 per week. But that rises to £280 over Christmas and new years.
How to find us:
Off the A148, The Corner House is very well situated for miles of North Norfolk’s sandy beaches and some excellent tourist attractions:
- Numerous National Trust Houses
- Sandringham House
- World famous and unique bird watching at Cley, Titchwell and Blakeney
- Pensthorpe Wildfowl
- The Shire Horse Centre
- The Thursford Collection with its magnificent steam engines and theatre organ recitals & concerts
- Plenty of walking, cycling and golf courses
Norwich is 25 miles, King’s Lynn 22 miles and Cambridge about an hour and a half away.