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National Trust Cottages, Blickling, Norfolk

National Trust Cottages
91 Itteringham
Itteringham Common
Itteringham

Blickling
Norfolk

NR11 7AP | View map
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This delightful and comfortable semi-detached cottage stands in a large garden in the middle of this tiny Norfolk hamlet, almost on the edge of the Blickling Park's Bluebell Wood. A small paved seating area overlooking the enclosed garden leads through to a private stretch of riverbank, with tranquil views across the meadows beyond. It is an excellent base for exploring north Norfolk and also a great location for fishing.

Downstairs
Kitchen/dining room, two steps up to sitting room with open fire, bathroom.

Upstairs
Two bedrooms (1 double and 1 twin).

Visitor Notes
Night storage heating included. There is parking available for two cars.

Accommodates 4 + cot

Details

Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Cottage
Nearest Major Town: Norwich
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