Charming three bedroom bungalow on a quiet street in Thorpe St. Andrew, Norwich, which is ideally situated two miles east of the historical city center and only a 30 minutes drive to the Norfolk Broads and clean sandy beaches.
Charming three bedroom bungalow on a quiet street in Thorpe St. Andrew, Norwich, which is ideally situated two miles east of the historical city center and only a 30 minutes drive to the Norfolk Broads and clean sandy beaches. The house is very comfortable, well equipped and beautifully furnished. Towels and bed linen is provided. It has 3 bedrooms (1 double bed, 1 king bed & 2 singles & travel cot). It also has a large private garden full of trees, pretty flowers, shrubs and lawn and a patio area with table and chairs.
All of the house and gardens.
Interaction with guests
We have a managing agent and family members living close by who can assist with any guest requests.
Other things to note
Norwich is said to be the most complete medieval city in England. It has an amazing Norman Castle and cathedral, together with lots of historical buildings and churches. There is also an impressive open-air market and a fantastic selection of shops and boutiques with an eclectic blend of independent and multiple retailers in two shopping malls and in the Norwich Lanes. There are also theatres, museums, galleries, cafes, restaurants and sports and leisure facilities. Norfolk in East Anglia is an unspoilt and beautiful county which has something for everyone's taste, be it visiting the quaint country villages and stately homes; clean sandy beaches; boating on the Norfolk Broads; city life; shopping; endless children's activities; art and culture; castles, museums and history...the list is endless!
Our house is very comfortable and beautifully furnished and we would expect that you treat it in a respectful way. Due to severe allergies of family members and other guests, please do not bring any peanuts or tree nuts, or pets into the house. Smoking is permitted in the garden only. Thanks!
We are British family of three from Norwich but have been living and working in the Cayman Islands for the last 15 years. We visit UK at least once per year, more often if possible. When we're not visiting UK, we rent our property in Norwich to holiday makers. We have family members living very close by to the house.