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Hall Farm Cottages, Horning, Norfolk

Hall Farm Cottages
Hall Farm
Horning
Norfolk

NR12 8NJ | View map
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LUXURY SELF-CATERING COTTAGES IN THE HEART OF THE NORFOLK BROADS

Spacious 2 and 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom cottages converted from traditional farm buildings, in a quiet, peaceful country setting. Central for the East Coast beaches, North Norfolk, The Broads, Norwich and Great Yarmouth.

Downstairs bedroom and roll-in shower/toilet make these cottages ideal for the elderly or disabled travelling with a companion. Private fishing lake, and a half-mile river frontage for mooring and fishing. Laundry and large games room on site. Good walks directly from cottages. Additionally a cosy one bedroom flat suitable for two people.

Well behaved dogs welcome.

Prices include full central heating, hot water, electricity, linen etc.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE OR CONTACT: HANNAH FLOHR, HALL FARM COTTAGES, HALL FARM, HORNING, NORWICH NR12 8NJ. TELEPHONE: +44 (0)1692 630 385

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star S/C
Months Open: All year
Nearest Airport: Norwich
Number of Units: 9
Unit Type: 8 Cottages, 1 Flat
Price Guide: 395-950 (6 person) 350-770 (4 person) 250-295 (2 person)
Nearest Major Town: Norwich
Distance: 10 miles

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Gardens for Guest Use
Suitable for Disabled - 8 cottages
Dogs/Pets Welcome
Restaurant/Pub Nearby
Electric Cooking
Central Heating - Oil-fired
Linen Provided
Washing Machine
Weekend/Night Bookings Taken - 3 nights minimum
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