Self catering holiday cottages in Necton, Norfolk, England

Necton is a friendly village in Norfolk, home to charming shops, cosy pubs, country cottages and tree-lined streets. It is a fantastic place for a quiet break in the countryside with loved ones in this serene part of England as there is much to explore here including lovely gardens. Necton is only four miles or a ten minute drive from the market town of Swaffham which is home to a fantastic market place and makes for a wonderful day trip from the village. Another great day out can be had five miles to the south of the village where you will find Thetford Forest Park with its well marked forest trails. If you are hoping to spend time in the countryside but also see some of the Norfolk coastline then Necton should not disappoint; the coast is easily accessible just a short car ride away.


Facts about Necton for Cottage Holidays

Necton has much to offer its visitors, and if you wish to go on a quiet and relaxing break in Norfolk then this may be the perfect village for you. With welcoming people and great scenery locally and further afield, this is an idyllic part of Norfolk for a rural retreat break or English country cottage getaway.

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The Haybarn Pet-Friendly Country Cottage, Near Swaffham, East Anglia, Necton, Norfolk, England

2 bedroom Barn Conversion, East Anglia.

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

Absolutely stunning rural retreat, this pet and family friendly barn conversion has a contemporary open plan living space along with a private garden with a stream and is located in a peaceful rural hamlet, just a short drive from Thetford Forest Park and the unique Grade II Plantation Garden at Oxburgh Hall.

Weekly Price from: £267
Next availability:
from 23 October 2019 to 02 November 2019; from 09 November 2019 to 21 December 2019; from 28 December 2019 to 03 April 2020;