Quince Cottage is a beautifully restored Grade II listed cottage in the historic estate village of Gunthorpe, and a perfect, peaceful romantic bolthole for two!
Super cosy room with Norfolk pamment flooring, period fireplace with exposed beams, wood burning stove, comfortable sofa, coffee table, flat screen TV with Freeview and DVD player. Small dining table and two chairs.
Quality kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine/dryer, microwave, well equipped for two people.
Wet room style, WC and basin.
(note the stairs are steep) to bedroom
Spacious room with super king size bed (or can be two singles) wardrobe, bedside table and chairs, sloping ceiling. Wooden flooring. Flat screen TV with DVD.
To the rear of the cottage is a real surprise, a wonderful secluded cottage garden with lawned area and mature hedges and shrubs with a wall and mesh fencing BBQ and garden furniture. Parking is on the quiet road or just opposite on the village green.
The village of Gunthorpe is situated in a shallow valley on the eastern side of the A148 King’s Lynn to Cromer road. At the centre of the village is a green where there is a convergence of five roads. In the north west of the village there is a parish church which is dedicated to Saint Mary. Close by is the old village school which was built in 1869, but now closed. It is a very historical village with many interesting buildings including Gunthorpe Hall, designed by Sir John Soane who was the architect of The Bank of England building in Threadneelde Street. Gunthorpe is a ten minute drive to the Georgian market town of Holt and a fifteen minute drive to the North Norfolk coast.