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Herring House at Church Farm Cottages, Winterton-on-Sea, Norfolk

Herring House at Church Farm Cottages
Winterton-on-Sea
Norfolk

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Peacefully set in the village of Winterton just 500 yards from a lovely, sandy beach, local shops and the excellent inn, these delightful cottages have been skilfully created from a range of handsome flint barns. Retaining a wealth of original character, they all offer comfortably furnished and well equipped interiors Little Tern and Natterjack also enjoy their own private gardens, whilst Marram House and Herring House each boast a courtyard with garden furniture. Lying adjacent to the owners' home on the edge of the Broadland National Park, an area of unique, unspoilt beauty they are within easy reach of coastal path walks, day boat hire, cycle hire and Great Yarmouth's traditional seaside attractions, including a funfair. The historic city of Norwich, with its cathedral, castle, galleries and good shopping, is a 40 minute drive as is the charming seaside resort of Cromer. A gentle stroll along Winterton beach may well be rewarded with sightings of the local seal colony

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