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Dilly at Dairy Farm, North Walsham, Norfolk

Dilly at Dairy Farm
Dilham
North Walsham
Norfolk

NR28 9QA | View map

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Named after favourite Ayrshire dairy herd families, these three single storey properties, with identical layouts and facilities, offer comfortable and very well equipped accommodation. Open plan living/dining room with kitchen area. Double bedroom with ensuite shower room/W.C. Twin bedded room with ensuite bathroom/W.C.

Nestling in a peaceful and secluded rural setting in over 100 acres of marsh and splendid old watergarden, this lovingly renovated farmhouse and three converted farm buildings are situated on a small traditional working farm. Holding the ETC's '4 Stars' grading and retaining many original features, the farmhouse stands a short distance from the cottages which form part of a select, L shaped cluster. Enjoying shared use of an indoor games room, snooker room, multi gym and the extensive grounds, the farmhouse has its own enclosed garden while each cottage has a patio. Laid out at the time of the Great Exhibition, the 50 acre Victorian watergarden folly known as Dilham Islands is a paradise for walkers, bird watchers and nature lovers. Children will love Hamish and Rikki (the resident pygmy goats!) and the Highland cattle and lambs which graze in the meadow next door.

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