Wednesday, 10 December 2014

www.theholidaycottages.co.uk The Coach House, Castle Acre, Swaffham, North Norfolk

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The Coach House is a self catering holiday cottage that is located in the pretty village of Castle Acre in the north of Norfolk. Castle Acre is a historical village and has tearooms, shops, pubs and a Norman Castle on the banks of the River Nar. All of this is just waiting to be explored.

You can find this advert on our website www.theholidaycottages.co.uk by clicking on the details below:    

The Coach House, Castle Acre, Swaffham, North Norfolk (Sleeps 1-4)


It is a 16th century flint cottage that is perfect for those who are looking for a nice peaceful break. It is close to the North Norfolk coast and is good for people who enjoy walking, cycling, bird watching and painting.

The cottage sleeps two to four people and is recently refurbished and well cared for by the owner. It was part of a former coaching inn and gives easy access to the attractive village facilities.

Beautiful scenes of the North Norfolk coast are only a 30 minute drive away and there are National Trust houses and gardens to explore. There are activities for children too.

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With over a decade of experience in promoting self-catering property, we at The Holiday Cottages try our best to ensure you our customers receive a personal and friendly service and an effective way to create business for your accommodation.

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