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Church View HouseChurchview House is a period thatched property dating from the 1600’s. It has six bedrooms and is set in four acres of beautiful countryside. Long and short stay ‘Bed and Breakfast’ is available all year.

The main house is an elegant period property offering a wealth of character and a variety of four rooms for guests. The property is in the traditional adjoined Worsted style.

No Pets Allowed

£28 per person per night (based on two sharing). Includes Full English Breakfast.


Bluebell Room:
Double ensuite - S
leeps 2

Rosehip Room
Double - Sleeps 2

Briar Rose:
Family room (single and double bed) -
Sleeps 3

Twin (2 single beds) - Sleeps 2

The House
Front entrance door to:

Entrance Hall
Radiator, doors to lounge, dining room, study and bathroom, opening to laundry room, staircase to first floor.

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24'6 x 13'6 max. Open fireplace with marble/white wood surround and marble hearth, arched alcove to one side, windows to front and rear, exposed beams to ceiling.
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Dining Room
142 x 10'11 with tiled floor, window to front opening to kitchen, arch to:
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Sitting Room
14'2 x 10' window to front and exposed beam.
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178 x 86 Fitted with an extensive range of pine units and wall cupboards with wood edged work surfaces, tiled floor, window to rear and exposed beams to ceiling, pine door to:
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Utility Room
8'6 x 7'8 (2.6m x 2.34m). With one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap, fitted base units and wall cupboards with roll top work surfaces and tiled splashbacks. Built in cupboard, tiled floor, sealed unit double glazed window to rear, stable door to outside, exposed beams to ceiling.
13'3 x 11'4 max. Brick inglenook fireplace with wood burning fuel stove on wide pamment hearth, wood floor, window to front.
Laundry Room
7'8 x 7'8. Window to rear, exposed beams to ceiling.
12'5 x 6'5. White suite comprising; jacuzzi bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, shower cubicle. Half tiled walls with dado rail, window to rear, exposed beams to ceiling.
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First Floor Landing
With exposed brick and flint wall, window to front, doors to:
Bedroom One : PRIMROSE
15' x 107. Two built in double wardrobes, window to front.
Bedroom Two : ROSEHIP
11'9 x 12', 9'11. Window to front.
Bedroom Three : BRIAROSE
11'6 x 8'8. Window to front.
Bedroom Four : BLUEBELL
15'2 x 8'11. Window to front. En-suite shower, toilet & basin.
Bedroom Five : WILLOW
11'8 x 8'10. Window to front.
(Accessed from the main landing). Large built in storage cupboard with pine doors, door to bathroom and pine door to:
Bedroom Six : LILAC
15'10 x 7'. Exposed brick chimney breast, exposed roof timbers. To be another en-suite.
White suite comprising; panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin tiled splashbacks, low level WC, window to side, shaver point, exposed timbers.
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Access from the road is via a drive at the side of The Smithy, which leads to a large gravelled parking area, providing parking for several vehicles. The main house has a small private garden to the rear with lawn and brick edged patio area. Further area of secluded lawn, partly bordered by conifers with several fruit trees.

Stable Block
14.5m x 6m
An architect designed stable block located in the south-east corner of the paddock. Block built with timber cladding that includes five stables with a covered open sided hay barn and field shelter to the rear. Light and power is connected.

The property stands in approximately 3.2 acres, the majority of which comprises two paddocks.

In all approximately 3.2 acres


General - Worstead is an oasis of Flemish history and architecture set in rolling countryside bordering the Norfolk broads. The old town was a significant medieval centre of commerce developed by immigrant weavers from Flanders in the 14th century and landmarked by an outstanding church dating back to 1369. The village hosts the largest annual festival in Norfolk. Boasting a railway station providing services on the Norwich to Sheringham line, public house, junior and nursery school. Further facilities can be found in the nearby market town of North Walsham including supermarket, doctors' surgeries and all levels of school including sixth form college. The city of Norwich is about 12 miles to the south of the village.

To find out more about the history and local facilities of this unique village take a look at their excellent web site at

Equestrian - Hacking in the area is in lovely countryside with a number of bridleways close by. For competition purposes there are number of local shows in the area and for main affiliated competition - Blackwater Farm, Great Witchingham (BHTA) is approximately 20 miles, Burnham Market Eventing Centre (BHTA, BSJA & Unaff) is 40 miles andForest Edge EC (BSJA, BD, BDS, BDT, NPS & Unaff) is approximately 45 miles away. There are approximately 50 miles of off road riding a long the Weaver's Way, Permit riding 5 miles away at Bacton Wood, and beach riding is available at Holkham approximately 35 miles away

From Norwich take the B1150 south towards North Walsham. After about twelve miles turn right at the crossroads signposted Worstead. Proceed into the village and the property can be found on the left hand side opposite the village sign.

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