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Self-Catering in Aylsham

Gullane House
Buxton
Aylsham
Norfolk

NR10 5JF | View map

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This unique property, part of a converted, timber beamed 16th century flour mill, stands in lovely, willow bordered gardens leading down to the river that meanders beneath the house (view of river pictured). Perfect for fishing, watching abundant wildlife and riverside walks, it enjoys very comfortable and well appointed accommodation and an ideal location in the pretty village of Buxton, mile from the pub and shop. The tranquil Norfolk countryside and coastline boast a wealth of attractions to explore nearby, the Bure Valley steam railway wends its way through the gentle rural landscape from Wroxham, a bustling village at the heart of the Norfolk Broads that offers day boat hire and river boat trips. Blickling Hall (N.T.) and the excellent shopping and cultural delights of the medieval city of Norwich are within an easy drive as are glorious sandy beaches and the traditional seaside entertainments of Sheringham and Cromer.

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