This is a charming holiday let in a peaceful location. You cannot help but relax, especially sitting on the sunny terrace looking at the beautiful garden.
Some very nice touches such as the welcoming bread, milk and eggs plus some delicious (I assume) home-made flapjack!
The owners are very friendly and helpful with good advice.
The Garden Room at the Old Rectory is all you could ask for if you are looking for real peace and quiet with lovely views of the garden and countryside.
Fiona's bread, fresh eggs and milk were a very welcome and tasty bonus.
We can thoroughly recommend this property and will visit again.
This wrote Stendhal at the beginning of one of his novels about a setting in the French Alps - in this case many feet lower and a stone's throw from the North Norfolk coast.
The setting is perfect - great for dog walks on the beach and on heathland which is only five or so minutes from the rectory.
The flat itself is very cosy - most comfortable bed and very warm - the stove really throws out the heat almost inviting the inventive to dare cook upon it! Entertainment is right on the doorstep with Guinea fowl, pheasants and chickens displaying their various waddling and at night you have the vocal standoff between the roosting fowl against the pheasants with the odd owl wanting to get in on the 'bragging rights' too!
Fiona the very friendly proprietor will kindly leave bread, milk and eggs for your arrival the snowdrops were a nice touch too. One day we had the breakfast - what a bargain for the quality of what was given to us - bacon and sausages some of the best ever and I have never been offered so many varieties of fruit-based starters on the table!!
Whether with dog or not the Garden Room is certainly a place to stay at and just enjoy nature. Stendhal wouldn't have complained!!