Little Owl Loft – Sleeps 2

Situated on a working arable farm a short distance from Swannington village, Little Owl Loft is a beautifully presented rural retreat for two. The external wooden stairs lead you to a lovely holiday home with modern touches and open plan living, all on one level. The main living space has oak flooring, a well-equipped kitchen and French doors that lead out onto your own private balcony.

This is the perfect place to relax and look out for the local wildlife; three types of deer frequent the area and, of course, Little Owls too. The bedroom is spacious, with natural seagrass flooring and extends to a lovely en-suite shower room. With a neutral palette of soft creams, punctuated by touches of colour, the owners have created a calm and restful getaway for you to enjoy.

External Staircase leading to
Open plan Sitting/Dining room/Kitchen With comfortable seating, Smart TV, CD player and radio, WiFi, French doors to balcony, dining table and chairs.

Kitchen Area With electric cooker with ceramic hob, fridge, freezer and microwave.

Bedroom A generous space with king size bed, wall mounted TV and gentleman’s wardrobe and En-Suite Shower Room with step-into shower, washbasin and WC.

Outside Balcony leading off the living area with small table and chairs.

Laundry Room Close to the Loft at the bottom of the external staircase is laundry room that is shared facility with other guests staying on the farm.

Parking Designated parking for one car.

Heating Oil fired central heating.

Also provided Towels. Books and games. Hairdryer. Welcome pack.

Notes This is a non-smoking property. Mobile reception – variable.

Shop/Pub: 3 miles

In a central position for exploring some of Norfolk’s finest attractions, guests at Swannington can enjoy some excellent golf at Weston Park and Barnham Broom, and walking and cycling paths, such as the Marriott’s Way, the Bure Valley and Weavers Way.

The Norfolk Broads National Park is an easy drive from the property, where you can enjoy a river cruise or hire a boat and explore the 125 mile network of waterways that makes up this part of Norfolk. Within a thirty minute drive, you can enjoy North Norfolk and its wide sandy beaches.

The cathedral city of Norwich with all its cultural attractions and shopping opportunities is approximately fifteen minutes by car. Norfolk abounds with National Trust properties with Blickling, Felbrigg and Sheringham Park being the closest.

For those who appreciate natural attractions, the thirty five acres of Alderford common is an Area of Special Scientific Interest and is almost on the doorstep.