Bluebell Cottage is a perfect holiday home for 3 people and 2 dogs. With an open-plan living area and 2 cosy bedrooms, it’s fitted with all that you need for a peaceful stay in south Norfolk.
In the kitchen there’s room to rustle up a range of tasty meals, and in the evening, the patio is the ideal spot for eating al-fresco.
Located close to the Suffolk border, it’s an easy drive to the best of both counties. Harleston and Bungay are just a few miles away with plenty of shops and eateries, and the seaside towns of Southwold and Great Yarmouth can be reached in around 40 minutes.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
About Bluebell Cottage
The living and dining area of the property has been tastefully fitted in a light and airy style. A view of the patio can be glimpsed through the double French doors that can be opened wide when the weather is fine.
Bluebell Cottage has been stylishly refurbed into a comfy, dog-friendly holiday home. Next to the owner’s 18-century farmhouse, it’s on a working dairy farm close to the Suffolk border.
This property is a dog-friendly place to stay, they welcome 2 canine buddies here. The accommodation is located just 200 yards from the River Waveney, so a walk along the water’s edge is just minutes away. And the Angles Way hiking trail can be reached on foot.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Harleston
Harleston is a traditional market town in south Norfolk. It’s located in the pretty Waveney Valley, where there are walking routes, wildlife, coaching inns and tea rooms.
An ancient town with a true community spirit, Harleston has held a weekly market since 1259. With independent boutique stores, coffee shops and restaurants, it’s a lovely place to visit.
Bungay is just inside Suffolk, and provides a supermarket, places to eat and has a huge church at its centre. Diss, a town mentioned in the Doomsday Book, boasts a lush park with a lake,
Georgian and Medieval buildings, an auction house, a corn hall and weekly farmers’ market. And to see beautiful African animals up close, such as giraffes, rhinos and lemurs, take a trip to Africa Live where there is also an indoor play area for little ones.
Lowestoft is a lively seaside town just 21 miles from the cottage. The pair of piers, promenade and sandy beach have welcomed visitors for years. For a quaint town with beach huts along the back of the sand, Southwold can be reached in 40 minutes.
To spend some time outdoors with the dog, walk from Bluebell Cottage to the Angles Way. This hikers’ route begins at Harleston and takes in villages, the River Waveney and rolling hillside. There are a number of different trails to follow, from a quick 2-mile path to one that’ll take the whole day to walk.
The cottage is close to the border with Suffolk, so from this base, you can visit places in both of the counties.
It’s an area of peace and tranquillity, but with Lowestoft, Great Yarmouth and Norwich within easy reach, if you want some time in a livelier place, you don’t have to drive too far.
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