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Swallow Cottage comprises the southern end of a converted barn in the grounds of Itteringham Mill.
Both bedrooms also face south.
One bedroom is on the ground floor overlooking the garden.
The other bedroom is upstairs with a smaller shower room and overlooks fields.
The kitchen diner is well-equipped and sunny with a double aspect (East and South).
The large sitting room has a large screen LCD TV with Freeview, a large leather settee and a couple of easy chairs, plus a dining table and chairs.
There is a DVD/video player and a selection of puzzles/games.
It has its own south facing garden with a small deck.
PLEASE NOTE SHORT BREAKS IN SWALLOW (Mon-Fri, or Fri-Mon) ARE A MINIMUM OF £300 IN LOW SEASON AND £400 IN HIGH SEASON AND HOLIDAYS
Itteringham Mill, built in 1778, converted into a gentleman's residence in 1938, totally refurbished in 2009. There is a converted barn in the grounds offering two holiday cottages, one sleeping 4 in two double bedrooms, the other sleeping 2 in a galleried bedroom overlooking the millpond. The mill spans the River Bure and has extensive gardens. It is situated in a beautiful and very peaceful part of North Norfolk.
We moved up to Norfolk in semi-retirement from professional life in London in 2004 and choose the Mill because of its outstanding location. The holiday cottages were seen as an enhancement to our pensions.
Peter Downs purchased this cottage in 2004
We decided on the Mill because of its outstanding location. Supremely peaceful it sits astride the River Bure in its own extensive, riverside gardens. Views are fantastic, wild-life abundant. A big plus for us was an excellent pub literally at the end of our drive. We didn't know this part of Norfolk at all but feel we have very much fallen on our feet. Itteringham is a tiny village with a lively social life and a great community run shop. It's close to the main attractions but far enough away to avoid crowds, noise and traffic. The countryside is gently rolling with a patchwork of fields and woodland - ideal for walking or cycling. There is a very wide range of things to see and do in North Norfolk from Stately Homes to working mills, to nature reserves, beaches and The Broads
RIverside setting is great for wild-life - more than 50 species of birds have been seen in the garden including Kingfishers, Green woodpeckers and Little Egret. Occasional otters can be seen in the river and a variety of deer in the garden.
Excellent gastro-pub is at the end of our drive.
Extensive and extremely peaceful gardens.
Well-stocked village shop a 5 minute walk away.
We operate as a demonstration site for a range of renewable technologies including micro-hydro, heat pump, solar thermal hot water, rainwater recycling, and other energy and water saving devices.
Come here to unwind, enjoy nature and eat well.
Accommodation has suited our needs perfectly. The grounds are amazing and attract wildlife I've never seen before. Gavin and family, W Yorks
Superb accommodation in a great setting. Christine and Phil P, Leicestershire
A great base for exploring the lanes of rural Norfolk. A very warm welcome awaits any guest at Itteringham Mill. Diane and David, Manchester
Beautiful setting. Lis and Peter very amiable. North Norfolk is a hidden jewel. Karen and Mall, Derbyshire