Friday, 12 December 2014 Rectory Holidays Studio Apartment, Beachamwell, Swaffham, Norfolk

Rectory Holidays Studio Apartment is part of a 200 year old Victorian house in the beautiful countryside village of Beachamwell in Norfolk. The holiday apartment is a perfect retreat for 2 adults that are looking for some well deserved time away to relax and unwind from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

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Rectory Holidays Studio Apartment, Beachamwell, Swaffham, Norfolk (Sleeps 1-6)

Beachamwell Church, Oxborough Hall, Cockley Cley Iceni Village, Ecotech and the famous Wind Turbine are all within 5 miles of Beachamwell. Set in the Brecklands of Norfolk, Beachamwell Rectory is located in two acres of gardens next to the Saxon Church which has a rare round tower and thatched roof. The village is a conservation area and beside the green are the Post Office and the Pub serving excellent food.

Swaffham is 5 miles away & is a typical Norfolk town with a good range of shops, a variety of Pubs and Restaurants and a lively Saturday Market and Auction. The local Leisure Centre, 18 hole Golf Course, Squash Courts and Trout Fishery are all within a 15 minute drive.

Norwich - The ancient and picturesque capital of Norfolk is less than 30 miles away. It has stylish shops, Medieval Streets and Houses, a magnificent Cathedral and the Castle which now houses the museum and library.

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