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East View Farm Holiday Cottages

East View Farm Holiday Cottages

4.9
out of 5
Ratings from 137 reviews
100% of guests
recommend
Cleanliness
5.0
Comfort
4.9
Condition
5.0
Location
4.9
Value
4.8
Customer
Service
5.0
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In the perfect location for the Norfolk Broads, medieval Norwich and the stunning North Norfolk beaches - East View Farm Holiday Cottages has two lovely barn conversions offering 5* luxury for two or six set in 10 acres of peaceful grounds. Great for that relaxing getaway.

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Nutmeg Cottage

4.9
out of 5
Ratings from 81 reviews
100% of guests
recommend
Cleanliness
5.0
Comfort
4.9
Condition
5.0
Location
4.9
Value
4.8
Customer
Service
5.0

Latest Review - September 2019

Such a pretty little cottage, immaculately presented in every way. It was a pleasure to stay there for the week, a joy to return to each day & a good area for further exploration. It was situated in a lovely peaceful setting - thoroughly recommended.



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Plum Tree Cottage

4.9
out of 5
Ratings from 56 reviews
100% of guests
recommend
Cleanliness
5.0
Comfort
4.9
Condition
5.0
Location
4.9
Value
4.7
Customer
Service
5.0

Latest Review - July 2019

The location of the cottage is lovely as is the cottage. It's just a short drive to Wroxham and attractions Wroxham Barns and Bewilderwood. A couple of niggly things to note, the upstairs bedroom windows desperately need curtains instead of blinds. If you want the window open on a warm night then you will be kept awake by the blinds flapping around and unravelling. Also stepping out of the shower onto the tiled floor is a death trap. An elderly member of our party forgot to put the shower mat down and ended up slipping violently across the bathroom floor. This warning needs to be included in ...more