Dating back to the 16th Century, The Old Rectory is steeped in history, and is packed with original period features combined with modern furnishings. The original rectory was replaced by Rev Barry in 1852, the younger brother of architect who designed the Houses of Parliament.
However, now the property provides lavish accommodation for guests, with enough space to comfortable sleep 14 guests it is perfect for family gatherings or group holidays.
The Old Rectory is luxuriously furnished to a high standard, and includes a large entrance hall, a dining room that can seat up to 20 people, a children's snug, a spacious drawing room and utility room.
The fitted kitchen is fully- equipped with a range of appliances, including a double range cooker, microwave, two fridges, two freezers, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
The homely sitting room has entertainment systems such as a TV, DVD player, CD player and a payphone, as well as an open fire and comfy sofas.
There is an impressive 7 bedrooms throughout The Old Rectory: 4 double bedrooms with 5' beds, two of which have en- suite bathrooms, and 3 twin bedrooms. There is also a Bathroom with roll- top bath and spray attachment, and an additional bathroom with a shower.
The grounds to this impressive property span 12.5 acres, and include an enclosed, all weather tennis court, a fenced- off pond, and a football area with goalposts for children to play on. There is also a terrace with outdoor furniture and gas barbecue, perfect for dining in the garden during summer months.
Alternatively, pack a picnic bag and eat in The Old Rectory's own wood, with a pathway marked by yew trees and clearings of bluebells, foxgloves and primroses.
Strictly no smoking. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available.
Activities such as clay pigeon shooting, game shooting and fishing can be arranged by the office, so please enquire. There is also a pub in North Tuddenham.
However, Should you wish to leave the haven of The Old Rectory, guests can find find a number of attractions just a short drive away. The coast is 35 minutes away, and the historic city of Norwich is 20 minutes away, ideal for shopping trips and eating out at some of the great restaurants and pubs.