An unspoilt 17th century listed farmhouse. You’ll love it because of the house's character and history, outdoor space and rustic charm. Couples, adventurers, families, big groups, and pets will love it. Masses of open space; a fire pit for nights under the stars, a wood and outside seating area. Climbing trees, tyre swings and a trampoline. Endless fun for kids and families in an idyllic rural setting on the Norfolk\Suffolk border Diss 5 minutes drive with shops and amenities.
Unspoilt 17th century farmhouse with masses of outside space. Inside there is a lovely double bedroom downstairs , with its own door to outside and the delightfully tastefull modern shower room and toilet in an adjoining room next to it .The ancient kitchen has not been spoilt , but it has been tastefully modernised ,and also has a large table, and mod cons, plus an abundance of all the essentials for cooking etc . Up the creaky stairs to 4 of the delightfull bedrooms (2 of the bedrooms have double beds , one little room has a single bed , and the other has two single beds in it .Enjoy a peacefull night sleep amidst the wonky ancient beams , open the leaden windows , and hear the birds sing . There is a bathroom on this floor with a characterful bath. Downstairs again ,a lovely light study with a work desk if you need to work , and internet access .A large ancient sitting room(imagine the folk who lived here so long ago ...look out for the witchcraft signs they scratched in the wooden beam above the fire to keep witches from coming down the chimney into the huge fire place ). Plenty of outdoor space with loads of trees to climb , but also lots of sunny grass to play ball on ,or sit ,and a fire pit in the woods.Kids could camp in the garden if they felt like it , and could find themselves on a marvelous adventure away from it all . A long and wonderfully open sunny terrace...for outside meals ,or a night of listening to the deer and owls hedgehogs and voles( all a plenty )' .A trampoline , and swings in the trees for kids , but use all of these at your own risk . Log burning stove and central heating inside the house, can get lovely and toasty on cold autumn ,winter days .time to get out the books , board games and get cooking .....or whatever takes your fancy !
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests will have the entire house and garden with space to park 3 cars.
Atención a los huéspedes
None - house is available without owners.We always leave the keys in an easily acessible place , and are very easy to mail or phone , and we leave a note with all the internet details etc , so you won't be alone if you need anything , but you will feel free to feel at home , as we are well away .
Otros aspectos destacables
The ancient beams are low so mind your heads .
There is one bath in the bathroom upstairs ,and one shower in the shower room downstairs .We now have chickens , so feel free to collect eggs ..only request , please could you open their door in the mornings , so they can be free range , and could you please close their door at night , to keep out mr fox ..they tend to wander into their house about 6 pm , no need to round them up .Late summer , autumn , the garden is FULL of apples , pears and plums ..please feel free to pick !
Please leave the house as you find it when you arrive . Please treat furniture etc respectfully . No pets on sofas , beds or rugs . No adults on the trampoline , and shoes off on trampoline and hammock .Please don't move furniture around the house . Please put rubbish bags in black bin at the gate , and recycling in green bin at gate .Please don't make lots of noise outside after 11 pm, as there is an old lady of 100 years old over the road. If you use fire wood for the wood burner , please leave a contribution towards the cost of the wood on the kitchen table . No use of wood burner after March . If you use the fire pit , please could you bring your own wood , or collect it from walks around the Heywood, there are walking maps in the house .Never use the winter firewood supply for burning on the fire pit, and the wood in the wood at the back of the garden needs to be left for wildlife etc .Last house rule is no jumping upstairs , or on the stairs , because the house is ancient , and thumping on the upstairs floors disturbs the plaster on the ceiling downstairs . Thank you for respecting the house rules .