Two Hoots In Horning

Horning, Norwich, Norfolk, Country village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

French doors opening out onto the wonderful riverside garden with garden furniture and BBQ.

Downstairs Description

One double bedroom and the family bathroom with bath, shower over bath, basin and WC are located downstairs, making the cottage suitable for elderly/mobility impaired visitors.

First Floor Description

Overlooking the river, the lounge/diner is light and sunny and is equipped with all home comforts including Freeview TV / DVD / CD Player.

The modern galley-style fitted kitchen has granite worktops, large range-type dual fuel cooker, fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave oven, washing machine and dryer.

Upstairs is a further double bedroom with washbasin, en-suite WC and TV and one twin room with washbasin and TV.

Riverside Views
Dogs Welcome: Well behaved pets are welcome (small additional charge).
Child Friendly: Small children must be supervised in the garden due to the uninterrupted river access.
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Tourist Attractions:
  • Blakeney Point: A long spit of shingle and sand dunes topped with marram grass, with an open stretch of water on the landward side known as The Pit (loved by the local sailing community), Blakeney Point is Norfolk’s premier nature reserve. With its nearby tidal mudflats and salt marshes, this is a wonderful place to visit if you are interested in wildlife. Visit website
  • Hunstanton Cliffs: Hunstanton is a typical British seaside resort with a beautiful sandy beach, family attractions, and varied activities on offer. It’s also the setting for one of Norfolk’s most remarkable sights; imagine, if you will, the sight of towering red cliffs looming above the beach. Visit website
  • Norwich Cathedral: Dominating the city’s skyline, Norwich Cathedral is a breathtaking example of early medieval architecture. It has superb stained glass windows, houses some beautiful examples of art and décor from the period, and stands tall in the middle of a bustling metropolis that has one of the best retail sectors in the entire UK. Visit website
  • The Broads: Discover dramatic landscapes, raw natural beauty and a rare quality of light. Where big, bright skies meet endless horizons and dreamlike landscapes. A place where time stands still. Real peace, open space – it’s a place unlike anywhere else. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Swan Inn: A country pub oozing rural charm and rustic character, our picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on our menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing our bar. Visit website
  • The New Inn  : The pub has a warm friendly atmosphere and prides itself on serving traditional home cooked locally sourced food, high quality Cask ales and fine wines. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • The Galley Horning: As well as being home to the famous “Hornish pasty” we are also renowned for our home made quiches, pies, sausage rolls and Scotch eggs. For the sweet tooth we have the most tempting homemade cakes and desserts We also stock a wide range of hams, salam Visit website
  • Tesco : In Great Yarmouth and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Norfolk Broads Boat Hire: This is our selection of day boats available to hire from Horning so you can enjoy the beautiful Norfolk Broads from the water. You can view more details on each boat, check up-to-date availability and book online. Boats are hired from Sunday AM to Saturday AM when booked for a full week. Visit website
  • Discovering The Many Cycle Routes Across Norfolk: While exploring Norfolk on foot and by boat are both excellent ways to get around the county, and taking a car will allow you to cover more distance, there can be only one mode of transport if you’d like to experience everything that’s on offer – bicycle. Visit website
  • Whitlingham Outdoor Education Centre: Activities include canoeing, kayaking, sailing, stand-up paddleboarding, archery, windsurfing, problem-solving and team building challenges. There is a wheelchair accessible path around the Great Broad (about 2 miles/3km) and two all-terrain wheelchairs are available to book from the Broads Authority visitor centre. Visit website