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Glebe Farm Cottages


Property Address: Glebe Farm Cottages, Church Lane, Frettenham, NR12 7NN

Property Type: Self Catering

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Norfolk



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Property Description :
Glebe Farm Holiday Cottages are situated on a peaceful working farm in one of north Norfolk's best locations: in the heart of the beautiful Norfolk countryside yet close to City, beach and river.

Glebe Farm has been owned by the Norton family since the late 1950s. We practice sustainable farming and try to minimize our environmental impact wherever possible. Graded 3 Stars

You will find a pint of fresh milk from our own dairy herd waiting for you on arrival and you can buy fresh produce from the countryside around you at our own farm shop.

Come to relax in the spacious grounds and quiet lanes (perfect for walking the dog) or to explore the fabulous Norfolk countryside.

We welcome dogs to our farm and the extensive gardens around the cottages are great for games and adventures for the kids. The cottages are ideally situated for visiting the miles of seashore and pretty towns of the Norfolk coast, the quiet wildernesses of the Broads, the bustling market towns of Aylsham and North Walsham, and, of course, the fine city of Norwich with its historical castle, cathedrals and museums and its decadent range of shops. Food and drink lovers will enjoy the many pubs in the area and the quiet country lanes that surround the farm are ideal for walking and cycling. The perfect Norfolk holiday location!

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