Self-catering holiday cottage accommodation near Aslacton, Norfolk, East Anglia

2 rental properties match your search for Self-catering holiday cottage accommodation in Aslacton Norfolk East Anglia England

Rectory Cottage, Old Buckenham, Norfolk, East Anglia, England

3 bedroom Unique Holiday House

sleeps 1 - 6 guests
1 - 6
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
dog-friendly cottage, 2 dog(s) welcome
4 star

Unique 3 bedroom holiday home, originally an old church hall, boasting wonderful country views and ample charm and character plus access to the owner’s outdoor swimming pool in summertime.

Weekly Price from: £315

Mendham Mill - a fabulous holiday home over a river, Mendham, Harleston, Norfolk, East Anglia, England

4 bedroom Unusual

sleeps 2 - 8 guests
2 - 8
4 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
dog-friendly cottage, 2 dog(s) welcome
4 star

Nestled in a beautiful valley and surrounded by over 250 acres of water meadows in the grounds of one of England’s most historic watermills, these five award winning cottages even have a rowing boat and canoes on site to fully experience the beauty and serenity of this picturesque river valley.

Special features: free internet access, Gold Award Winning Cottage.

Weekly Price from: £400

Planning to stay close to the hamlet of Aslacton in Norfolk? This tiney rural location near the Tas Valley Vineyard is the perfect spot for a truly relaxing holiday with a little wine tasting, gentle cycling and rambling. Any self-catering cottages, farmhouses, and rural retreats in Aslacton, will be displayed on this page. Bear in mind that it is such a small place that it may be necessary to look at surrounding hamlets and villages of which there are many in this part of Norfolk. The nearest are Forncett St Peter, Wacton and Hargate. Please click on any photographs shown to view details of these holiday lets near Aslacton. Additional country cottages and pet-friendly cottages in Norfolk and East Anglia can be found by using the Search. few English holiday destinations would be better for a self-catering break with dogs than the rural heartland of Norfolk around Aslacton.