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Cottages in Fakenham

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Wood Norton

Fakenham
Norfolk

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A truly unspoilt rural landscape, less than a mile from the pretty village of Wood Norton, is the peaceful setting for these fine cottages. Lovingly created from handsome barns on the owners' farm, and boasting spacious, stylish interiors, they stand at right angles to each other around a courtyard. Each cottage boasts its own patio for sitting out and shared use of a tennis court and a play area. Wonderful days out are an easy drive away along the glorious North Norfolk coast, visitors can discover picturesque fishing villages with excellent pubs and restaurants (many serving the locally caught seafood), seal watching boat trips and sailing, or enjoy the gentle walking along the Peddars Way and coastal path, taking in bird reserves and miles of dune backed, sandy beaches on the way.

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