The Mill House is a large, informal, Grade II listed house. Its early parts date back to 1650, but the majority of the property was built in the 1770's. This impressive property overlooks the River Bure and sits alongside the large mill building. There are extensive gardens including a stream, lawns, ponds and woodland.
Buxton with Lamas is a small village, approximately 10 miles north of Norwich and 10 miles south of Cromer on the coast. Situated on the edge of the Broads, the River Bure runs through it, right beside Mill House. The village has a pub, shop and a fish and chip shop.
There are several circular walks from the property along with a single gauge steam railway line which stops at Buxton (en-route between Aylsham and Wroxham). The track alongside the steam railway is an off road cycle path and footpath. The River Bure in this area is a popular wild water swim and an excellent spot for fishermen (fishing licenses can be bought locally).
This holiday at a glance
Sleeps 13 guests.
Seven bedrooms, two en suites, two family bathrooms.
Five acres of grounds including a woodland, ponds, streams and lawns.
Ample off street parking.
Sorry, no pets.
Minimum of a 3 night stay.
Children's climbing frame and table tennis.
Oil-fired Aga with freestanding electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, American style fridge/freezer.
Washing machine and tumble dryer.
Three televisions, two of which have Sky (incl Sky Sports) and the other with Freeview.
Three CD players, three DVD players and a radio.
Telephone. Please note that there is no mobile telephone reception within the house.
Four travel cots are available along with one high chair, we do however request that guests bring linen with them as only a flat sheet is provided.
Garden furniture and BBQ.
Wet suits and wellies are available for use on an honesty basis.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Hire a boat or enjoy an arranged trip from Broad Tours in Wroxham and explore the Broads.
Take a trip to see the seals at Blakeney Point with Temples Seal Trips.
Explore Norwich, a beautiful city, the castle museum is certainly worth a visit. The Cathedral and its close are spectacular.
Go crabbing off Cromer Pier, wonderful fun for all the family, all the equipment, should it be needed can be bought from the gift shop at the entrance to the Pier.
Enjoy the beautiful walks from the house, around the River Bure or the "Haunted House" walk towards Lamas.
Go canoeing, a wonderful way to explore the broads or visit BeWILDerwood