Pear Tree Cottage, Harleston
Holiday Cottage: 3397 Norfolk

The cottage and garden

Harleston
Cottage's own web site
Built in the late 1800s by William Bouvier, Arch Deacon of Norwich, Pear Tree cottage is a charming rural property set in the beautiful Waveney Valley countryside and within a few meters of public footpaths which take in 170 acres of farmland and woodland.

The cottage, although recently refurbished, retains much of its original character with open fireplaces, stripped wooden doors and original floors. It's a cosy retreat in the winter and peaceful and relaxing haven in the summer.

It is perfectly situated for walking, cycling or exploring the quaint villages and market towns of Norfolk and Suffolk, the beaches of Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and Southwold and the historic city of Norwich. Or simply a perfect place to sit and watch the sun go down over the fields whilst sipping a cool glass of wine.

Accommodation

Kitchen / Diner: Well equipped with electric hob and oven, microwave, washer / dryer and fridge / freezer. Stable door leading onto small patio.

Sitting Room: Bright and cosy with oil fired real flame stove, TV , DVD, video and CD players, plus small library of books, games, films and music to suit most tastes.

Downstairs Bathroom: Bath with shower attachment, sink and toilet.

Double Bedroom: Pine furniture, luxury mattresses and duvets. TV, video and hairdryer.

Twin Bedroom: Pine beds and duvets.

Outside: Fully enclosed cottage garden with garden furniture and a gravel driveway for 2 cars.

Also included:

  • Heating
  • Crisp cotton bed linen and luxury bath sheets & hand towels
  • Freeview channels
  • Free wireless broadband




  • Highlights
    • Peaceful and relaxing cottage with a well kept garden.
    • High standards of cleanliness and equipment.

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    Pictures
    The sitting room
    The sitting room
    The Kitchen / diner
    The Kitchen / diner
    The double bedroom
    The double bedroom
    The bathroom
    The bathroom

    Facilities
    Sleeps:   4
    Bedrooms:   2
    Cot Available:   No
    Disabled Facilities: No.

    Linen Provided: Yes.
    Crisp cotton bed linen on all beds Bath sheets and hand towels
    Pets Allowed: No.

    Central Heating: Yes.
    Fuel type: Oil
    Open Fire: No.

    Smoking Allowed: No.

    Outdoor Facilities: Yes.
    Enclosed garden and patio. Patio furniture and BBQ
    Bicycles available for hire
    Local Services: Weekly local produce market
    Shops, restaurants and pubs with 3 miles
    Playing fields and childrens park in village

    Directions
    From the West:
    At the roundabout near Diss (Scole) where the A140 joins the A143
    Take the A143 towards Bungay and Great Yarmouth
    Proceed along this road for about 8 miles passing over 2 roundabouts both signposted left for Harleston.
    About 2 miles after the second roundabout you will see a brown tourist sign for "Aviation Museum", immediately after sign turn left, signposted Alburgh (Dove Restaurant on corner) into Denton Low Road.
    **Proceed along road and take 1st left into Roundhouse Hill (white round house just before turning).
    Go up the hill (steep) and follow the road past Denton House (on right) and then down the hill (Church Hill).
    At the junction turn left into Alburgh Road and then 1st right, signposted Denton into Trunch Hill.
    Continue along Trunch Hill and follow the road round a right hand bend with Beck Farm on your left. Pear Tree Cottage is halfway up the hill on the right. Black iron railings out the front and next to the house called Sawyers.

    From the East:
    At the roundabout near Beccles where the A146 joins the A143, take A143 signposted Bungay / Diss.
    Continue along the A143 for a few miles then go straight over the 2 Bungay roundabouts.
    Take 3rd turning on right (should be signposted Denton, however have recently noticed that the sign has gone) into Denton Road.
    If you miss this turn take the next right and follow directions above from **.
    Continue along Denton Road, after about a mile you will see Denton church on the left, then take the 2nd right signposted Denton. This is leads into Trunch Hill.
    Continue along Trunch Hill and follow the road round a right hand bend with Beck Farm on your left. Pear Tree Cottage is halfway up the hill on the right. Black iron railings out the front and next to the house called Sawyers.
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    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

    Weekly Breaks £390.00 - £500.00.
    Short Breaks £90.00 - £100.00 per night.

    Weekly breaks and short breaks available throughout the year including peak season (minimum of 2 nights stay)
    no children under 8 years old allowed.

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