Converted Corn mill, Aylsham, in the centre of North Norfolk. Between the City of Norwich and the coast at Cromer.
Old Windmill (1826) converted into 3-bed holiday accommodation. Winner of Broadland District Enhancement Award for Historical Buildings 2000.
The accommodation is on 4 floors, with normal domestic style stairs:
On the ground floor is a cloakroom and a utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer.
On the first floor is an open plan lounge, kitchen, dining area.
On the second floor is a double bedroom and a twin room with a shared en-suite shower room.
The third floor has the King sized bedroom with en-suite bath and shower.
There is a private patio area with BBQ. Private parking for up to 3 cars.
Aylsham is ideally placed to explore Norfolk. Approx 10 miles from the beach, Norwich and the Norfolk broads. Wildlife reserves and National Trust properties close by: Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Cley marshes are a must for birdwatchers, and the National Trust’s Felbrigg and Blickling Halls both a few minutes’ drive. Easy access to walks and cycle rides – close to Marriott’s and Weavers’ Way. Good pubs and restaurants nearby. The old market town of Aylsham has origins as far back as the Saxon settlement of Aegel’s Ham at around 500AD. There are signs of habitation going back to prehistoric times. The Manor of Aylsham was given to John of Gaunt by his nephew King Richard II in 1372. The market square is now owned by the National Trust.
See our web site to book online, and check details for short breaks.