A dog friendly cottage for four with its own swimming pool and enclosed garden. Private river access with rowing boat and canoe available!. Open-plan living/dining room with gas ‘wood burner’, French doors to terrace, patio door to swimming pool. Kitchen area. Utility. Two bedrooms with shared en-suite wet room and toilet; one double and one twin. Separate toilet. . Gas woodburner included. Electricity, full gas underfloor heating, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Cot available on request. High chair. Freeview TV with Chromecast. DVD. DAB radio. Cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Small enclosed garden with patio, terrace, furniture and pathway to main garden and river frontage. Barbecue. Bike store. Parking (for 2 cars). Inter-connecting private indoor heated swimming pool (23ft x 13.5ft, depth 4ft, open 28 March-21 November). Fishing available on-site, licence required. 2 two-man canoes and rowing boat available. No smoking. Ground floor facilities.. With exclusive use of its own indoor heated swimming pool, this detached, traditionally-built, single-storey holiday property is located within an area of SSSI along the peaceful backwater of the River Wensum. French doors lead to an enclosed secluded garden terrace, complete with sun loungers and barbecue, with pathway leading to private river frontage with use of seating furniture, rowing boat and canoe, where visitors can enjoy this wonderful backwater to the full, its peace only interrupted by the occasional rowing boat of an angler. The village has two pubs, shops, post office, golf course, snooker hall and extensive country walks. The city of Norwich is 5 miles for excellent shopping, theatre, castle museum, cathedral, fine restaurants, cafés and bars. Wroxham (10 miles), capital of the Norfolk Broads, offers river trips and daily boat hire to explore the expanse of waterways. A 40-minute drive leads to the Heritage North Norfolk coast, ‘Admiral Nelson’s country’, where there are Blue Flag sandy beaches, extensive salt marshes, RSPB reserves and the coastal path for excellent walking. Boat trips are available all year to visit the basking seals and Blakeney Point nature reserve. Nearby, the stately homes of Holkham and Blickling are amongst the finest in East Anglia. The Royal Sandringham Estate and museum is open to the public when the Royals are not in residence. The coastal resorts of Cromer and Sheringham offer an array of attractions for all ages, a cliff-top golf course, plenty of shops and restaurants. Still operational, the fishing harbour operates a small fleet of boats to catch succulent fresh lobsters and crabs, which are brought back to be sold locally. Promenade gardens, pier with seasonal live entertainment and the Royal Life Boat Centre can all be found at Cromer. Sheringham is headquarters for the North Norfolk Steam Railway, where during the summer trains travel back and forth along the coast to neighbouring villages. Shop 800 yards.