- £392 per week
- £56 per night
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Pet
- Private Parking
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 1 bathroom
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- Garden, courtyard or patio
- Private parking
How far to ...?
- Pub 1 mile
- Shop 1 mile
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Greengages Lodge stands at the entrance to the owner's thatched cottage on a quiet country lane. There is a small private garden to relax in and guests are welcome to wander in the owner's orchard and wood. Alderfen Broad is only a few hundred yards away and the Radar Museum at Neatishead is also close by. A great area for walking or cycling and your dog can come too. Shop: 2 miles Pub: 1 mile
Sitting/Dining/Kitchen Room with electric hob and oven, fridge with ice box, microwave and washer/dryer, comfortable seating, wall mounted flat screen TV, DVD and CD player, dining table, two chairs and open fire
Bathroom with bath, over-bath electric shower, washbasin, and wc
Bedroom with a double bed
Garden: Private garden to side of property with table and chairs and access to owner's orchard and wood.
Parking: Courtyard for one car.
Heating: Electric panel heaters.
Also Provided: Towels. Books and games. CD hi-fi, radio. Freezer and storage for bicycles available in stables.WiFi.
Pets: One well-behaved dog welcome - please refer to our booking terms regarding pets.
Notes: This is a non-smoking property. Mobile signal weak except Vodafone which is variable. Short breaks may be available please call contact our office for further information.
Threehammer Common is one of three small hamlets in the parish of Neatishead. This is possibly one of the lesser known areas of the Norfolk Broads amongst many hidden gems. The unspoilt Alderfen Broad has marked paths and a viewing point. From pretty Gayes Staithe, a solar-powered boat will take you out on to Barton Broad and there are excellent walks and bike rides along quiet country lanes. A little further afield is Wroxham, the so-called capital of the Broads and How Hill nature reserve, both well worth a visit.
A sweet cottage, good position for the Broads. The owner was very helpful and friendly.
A quirky small property, ideal as a base for two from which to go out walking, cycling and exploring the broads, with a fascinating RADAR museum just 15 minutes walk down the lanes, perfect for a rainy day.