Josie’s Cottage is a modern waterside property on the River Bure at Wroxham.
The hallway leads to the lounge diner and the stairs to the first floor are on the right. On the left is a downstairs W.C. handy for all ages. The interior is bright and airy with a rear deck that backs onto the water. There is extra storage downstairs in the living room and plenty in the bedrooms.
The lounge area has a comfortable sofa, flat screen TV and DVD player.
The dining area has seating for six and looks right out of the french doors. The decking backs onto the water. The kitchen is fully fitted with cooker, fridge, microwave oven and hob. You have all you need to enable you to enjoy as much or as little self-catering as required.
Josie’s Cottage’s rear decks are complete with patio table/chairs for alfresco dining and are accessed through French doors from the living rooms making the whole experience quite special, opening the cottages up to quintessential Broads life.
Books games and DVD’s are provided for your use and can be found in the living room.
Cots and High Chairs can be made available on request. An iron and ironing board are provided.
On the first floor, you will find three bedrooms, one double and two twin bedded room. All beds are provided with fresh linen.
The bathroom with an electric shower over the bath is also on this floor.
Champagne is optional! Please ask when booking.
Outside and garden
Josie’s Cottage is situated on a beautiful peninsula just off the River Bure. With water on both sides of the property, it really is like being on a boating type holiday with all the comfort of being ashore.
Patio furniture for 6 people is sited on the rear decking that overlooks a boat basin on the edge of the Broads.
Fishing is permitted in season from the rear deck if that is your thing.
Parking is in a numbered space adjacent to the property.
All the amenities you could wish for are close at hand because the centre of Wroxham is only a short walk away.
The Norfolk Broads is a magical water wonderland where much boating activities take place which attracts lots of visitors supported by great waterside Pubs and Resturants. People watching is a top pastime but if you would rather be on the water then you can hire a boat.
There are many visitor attractions nearby, steam railway, waterborne activities, go on a guided trip or take the children to Bewilderwood to name a few.
It is only 8 miles to the centre of Norwich which means that shopping or city attractions are only a short ride away.
The North Norfolk coast is always a good day out for a change and not too far away either.