Tyno sleeps up to four guests (plus two occassional guests) and is a cosy cottage, located in the small Norfolk market town of Loddon on the southern edge of the Norfolk Broads. Perfect for couples (one or two) and families, Tyno provides a warm welcome at any time of the year with log burner for cosy winter breaks and a courtyard patio for alfresco dining during the warmer months.
Sitting on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk, the cottage is well placed for exploring the many attractions this beautiful and diverse area has to offer. Spend your days exploring the magical waterways, towns and villages of the Norfolk Broads National Park; browsing the shops in the Suffolk market towns of Bungay and Beccles; soaking up some culture in Norwich city centre, and discovering the beauty of the stunning Norfolk and Suffolk coastlines.
For traditional seaside fun, head to Great Yarmouth or Lowestoft with their golden sandy beaches popular with families. Southwold and Winterton-on-Sea are also within easy reach by car, and slightly further afield you have Cromer (a Norfolk favourite famous for crabs) and popular Aldeburgh in Suffolk to name just a few.
Loddon is in the Domesday Book and whilst it may be small in size, it offers a surprisingly large range of amenities including four pubs, takeaways to cater for most tastes, cafe's/tea rooms for lighter snacks, Coop (decent size and open until 22:00) for stocking up on provisions and a good butcher. There is also a library, bank and Tourist Information Office (open from Easter to October) with lots of information to help you plan your holiday, as well as a weekly country market and bi-weekly farmers market.
Sitting on the River Chet, Loddon is on the Wherrymans Way (national walking route running from Norwich to Yarmouth) and National 1 Cycle Route, as well as having some lovely riverside walks to enjoy, and good opportunities for river fishing (permits can be purchased in the town). You can also hire day boats from Beccles and canoes in Bungay for those who want to explore the waterways from the river.
Fully self-contained, Tyno adjoins the owners attractive Grade II listed house. Well presented throughout, the cottage has been welcoming guests for ten years with many returning to explore this beautiful area time and time again.
Heather Tew joined Independent Cottages in August 2016
Tyno comfortably sleeps four guests plus an additional two 'occassional' guests on a sofa bed (plus cot).
Outside: The courtyard is enclosed and secure with a full height lockable gate.
Additional information: Gas central heating throughout keeps the cottage warm all year round and a log burner adds to the charm for those who want to use it. Continuous hot water. Good WiFi internet access (Infinity) for guest use. A warm welcome awaits with cake and everything needed to make a cup of tea or coffee. Prices include heating, linen, towels, electricity and a welcome basket of wood for the fire. The cottage is cleaned and beds are made up ready for your arrival. Parking available in the nearby car park (just fifty metres away) and a permit for one car is provided so guests can park free of charge. Bikes and fishing gear can be stored in the enclosed courtyard and a tarpaulin can be provided to keep them covered. For those who prefer to not use the car, there is a regular bus (two per hour and the stop is just one hundred metres from the cottage) to and from Norwich and Beccles (the journey is twenty minutes or you can get a taxi). Travel cot, stair gate and high chair provided.
Short breaks: Available outside of school holiday (except at short notice) - charged at 75% of the weekly rental for four nights or less.