Bed and Breakfast near West Acre, Castle Acre, Swaffham and King's Lynn
The Nar Valley. View at Breakfast

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Whilst the house is no beauty from the outside, it is a very practical house to live in. Because of the excellent insulation and underfloor heating in parts of the house, whatever the weather, it is a nice temperature thoughout. There is a woodburner in the lounge/tv room.

Main Bedroom

Ensuite Bathroom. There is a really good walk in shower which can just be seen on the left

Upstairs there are two bedrooms with a bathroom. If you book a small room then it will be one of these two rooms. The bathroom is one pace across a landing and will be  shared if both rooms are booked.
Small Bedroom
 Small Bedroom


The sunroom. A multi purpose room. You can have breakfast and/or supper here rather than in the dining area of the kitchen. The sitting room next door has a wood burner and a satellite TV. Give a bit of notice and we will record your favourite programme.

Secluded off road parking

The route to West Acre and the Stag Pub, four pictures.   
                 1. Down the lane                                                           2. Across ford one. 

3. Across ford two, can be busy in summer                                            The Stag Pub

View down the Nar Valley February 2012. Apart from the normal garden birds, you may well see several varieties of duck and geese, snipe, herons, plovers, oystercatchers, little egrets, and, if you are very lucky and here at the right time of year, an osprey on the way North that has stopped off for a snack. Barn Owls regularly quarter the meadow and if you are fortunate will sit on a fence post at the bottom of the garden. The very sharp eyed may spot our resident kingfishers.

Students at play!       
PhD students taking a break from their project on the River Nar