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On the Peddar’s Way, ancient Castle Acre is a conserved Norfolk village with the remains of a Clunaic Priory,
the ruins of an 11th Century castle and a 15th Century church. Set on high ground, overlooking farm and woodland,
Castle Acre is a pretty village with a pub/restaurant, shop, post office, tea room and café. There is a playing
field with children’s play area and skate park. The shallow river Nar is a few minutes walk from the village.
The cottage is a Grade II listed 18th Century building of brick and flint is in the centre of the village.
It’s set well back from the road with a good-sized front garden and a lime shaded, south facing terrace at
the back with views over the Nar valley.
Shop: 200 yards Pub: 200 yards
Kitchen/Dining Room with electric cooker,
fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine, dining table and chairs
Sitting Room with fireplace, wood burning stove, TV, DVD player, music centre, comfortable seating,
writing desk. The ground floor has the original pamment flooring throughout
Bathroom with shower, washbasin and wc
Bedroom 1 with a double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, table and chairs
Bedroom 2 with twin beds, table and chairs
Garden: Lawned garden to front and courtyard garden at rear with views over countryside and
to castle, garden furniture.
Parking: For two cars.
Heating: Multifuel stove and electric storage heaters
Also Provided: Bed linen, DVDs, CDs books, starter kit for stove (no towels)
No smoking. No pets. Four people only.