Cottage of the week – Hellington Hall

“If it’s good enough for Prince William…” isn’t a bad saying to live  your life by. The only problem is that few of us will ever get to put  it to the test, as, unfortunately, opportunities to share in the  activities of the future Mr Middleton are few and far between. But  that’s not to say that they’re impossible. For example, according to  the papers this week, William relaxed at a country house in  Norfolk before his upcoming nuptials, which, as luck would have it, is  exactly what you can do at Hellington Hall, our new cottage of the  week.

It may not be a friend’s private country estate, but in all other  areas Hellington Hall more than fits the bill (and the owners are very  friendly). For example, it is a historic country house set on a  working farm deep within the Norfolk countryside and comfortably  sleeps up to 14 holidaymakers. You will also find plenty of additions  to the property that make relaxation a breeze, including an indoor  heated swimming pool with spa end and tidal flow (shared with other  properties at the location), spacious conservatory, open fires and  four-poster beds. Younger holidaymakers will probably be more  impressed by the opportunity to meet the animals and ponies, not to  mention the onsite play area.

You will be equally spoilt for choice with activities in the  surrounding area. Hellington Hall is ideally located for exploring the delights of southern Norfolk and Suffolk broads. The Ted Ellis nature  reserve, Redwing’s Horse Sanctuary and Hales Hall Gardens are all  local and well worth a visit. If you fancy taking to the water you can  hire a boat only 3 miles away, and the Reedham Ferry is close by and  perfect for leisurely day trips. If the kids are a little restless,  there’s also a play barn within 4 miles.

So if you fancy a holiday fit for a (future) king you may want to book  a stay at Hellington Hall today. Please visit the property’s listing  on cottages4you where you can make a booking and find out more about  this incredible property.

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