17th Century Holiday cottages, situated on the Norfolk Suffolk borders, between the old Market towns of Diss and Harleston.
In the heart of the beautiful Waveney valley.
Our cottages all share over 2 acres of woodland and garden leading down to the banks of the river Waveney.
Fishing is available in season, however you will need a fishing license.
If you enjoy bird-watching, we have spotted over 40 different birds in our garden.
Previous guests have enjoyed watching otters playing down by the river, we also have a growing population of barn owls, tawny owls in the area.
If you sit long enough you may even catch a glimpse of the kingfishers going up and down the river, we look forward every year when our pair of swans bring their cygnets back to visit.
Springtime brings a beautiful display of snowdrops, crocus, daffodils, bluebells, tulips into the garden.
we open the garden in the spring, to raise funds for local charities, previous guests come along and help, or just visit for the day,
because they love South Norfolk.
We have the very popular old Kings Head with cafe, Restaurant, Bar, just a short walk away.
Where you can enjoy a morning coffee or afternoon tea,
freshly cooked food, local ales, homemade bread is available.
We are also lucky to have the Angles way footpath running through the village and along the river Waveney.
plus many other walks from the door.
There is also a bus route through the village, ideal if you want to pop into Diss or Harleston.
Sadly we have had to cancel our open gardens this spring, but please remember our local charities
still need donations, so they can carry on their amazing work. East Anglian Air Ambulance, St Elizabeth hospice.