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Bluebell Cottage


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Bluebell Cottage



Low Farm

Denton

Harleston

IP20 0AB

Norfolk


Self Catering


Price Range: £200 - £400


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Jean Whipps


Phone: +44 (0)7899981570


Set in the heart of an unspoilt stretch of the Waveney valley, Bluebell Cottage is a newly converted annex to an 18th century farmhouse located on a working dairy farm.

The immediate area offers superb walking, fishing and bird watching opportunities. The river Waveney is only 200metres to the South with the North side of the valley rising gently up behind the farm to give marvellous views for miles both East and West. There are many footpaths and bridleways easily accessible from the cottage including the well known Angles Way.

The historic market towns of Bungay & Harleston are both 3 miles away and offer numerous pubs, restaurants and shops. With other attractions such as Norwich, the Suffolk coast and the Broads all within easy reach, Bluebell cottage is the perfect base to explore the beautiful Norfolk and Suffolk area.



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