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Property: Hideaway House
County: Norfolk
Location: Wells-Next-The-Sea
Bedrooms: 4
Sleeps: 8
Change Day: Friday


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Hideaway House
Grade II Listed, re-furbished and equipped to a high standard Grade II Listed, Hideaway House is a lovely property, which has just been re-furbished.


Hideaway house is tucked away in the oldest part of Wells, just back from the quay and moments from bustling Staithe Street, with its shops and restaurants - the perfect location for a family holiday.

Wells is a popular seaside town on the be[...more]
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Property: Bluebell Barn, Sculthorpe
County: Norfolk
Location: Melton Constable
Bedrooms: 2
Sleeps: 4
Change Day: Friday


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Bluebell Barn, Sculthorpe
Bluebell Barn is part of a unique development of former farm buildings that have been imaginatively converted with extensive use of local materials.


Located near Sculthorp in Norfolk.
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Property: Clee House
County: Norfolk
Location: Briston
Bedrooms: 2
Sleeps: 4
Change Day: Friday

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Clee House
Clee House is an attractive Victorian Cottage built in 1850, situated in the oldest part of Briston. Recently re-furbished and retaining many original features, the spacious accommodation is for up to four people.


Clee House is within easy reach of the Pensthorpe Nature Reserve and Gardens (featured on the BBC's Springwatch 2008).

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Norfolk is a low-lying county in East Anglia, England, United Kingdom. It has borders with Lincolnshire to the west, Cambridgeshire to the west and southwest and with Suffolk to the south. Its northern and eastern boundaries are the North Sea coast, including The Wash.
Norfolk is a low-lying county in East Anglia, England, United Kingdom. It has borders with Lincolnshire to the west, Cambridgeshire to the west and southwest and with Suffolk to the s

Norfolk has about a 30th the population density of Central London, the tenth lowest density county in the country, with 38% of the countys population living in the three major built up areas of Norwich (194,200), Great Yarmouth (66,400) and King's Lynn (40,700). This is reflected in Norfolk's economy which is dominated by agriculture and tourism. A key destination The Broads lie mostly within the county. A recent bid to have them declared a National Park failed, because it would have meant conservation being more important than navigation. Historical sites, such as the centre of Norwich, also contribute to tourism.

Not many years ago, British food meant fish, chips, mushy peas, roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, Lancashire hotpot, Cornish pasties, Scottish haggis, black pudding and other popular national and regional dishes.
Not many years ago, British food meant fish, chips, mushy peas, roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, Lancashire hotpot, Cornish pasties, Scottish haggis, black pudding and other popular national and regiona

These are still enjoyed but a revolution in British eating habits has led to cosmopolitan dining possibilities across the country. Indian and Chinese food is popular everywhere and there are growing influences from Mediterranean, Malaysian and Thai food.

London alone offers a choice of more than 3,500 restaurants and wine bars to satisfy all tastes. And there are excellent restaurants all over the UK where food and drink festivals add to the packed calendar of provincial events. Then there is traditional 'pub grub' available wherever you go. Or visit a teashop for tea, cakes and scones with clotted cream.

In the UK coffee is as popular as tea and wine as popular as beer, with a wide choice of all of these - and, of course, whisky from more than 100 Scottish distilleries.

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