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self catering holiday cottages. Situated on the Suffolk/Norfolk border
Company / Business Name: Old Rectory, Flixton / self catering holiday cottages. Situated on the Suffolk/Norfolk border
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Welcome to the Old Rectory, Flixton near Bungay
The Old Rectory at Flixton near Bungay. offers four, one bedroom self catering holiday cottages. Situated on the Suffolk/Norfolk border, and laying in grounds of almost seven acres – and surrounded by farmland on three sides, the grounds are a haven for wildlife. The four one bedroom self catering holiday cottages provide the opportunity to relax in the tranquil surroundings of a Victorian rectory in the rolling Suffolk countryside. Well behaved dogs are welcome in all of our self catering holiday cottages.
The four one bedroom self catering holiday cottages have been decorated and furnished to a very high standard, whilst retaining period features where possible. The holiday cottages have received a 4-Star Quality in Tourism Award.
The village pub is a short stroll away from the cottages, The village is also the home of the fascinating Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum.
The market towns of Bungay; Harleston and Beccles offer a good range of shops; Norwich with its excellent cultural and shopping facilities is 19 miles away from the holiday cottages. The Suffolk Heritage Coast is also within easy driving distance.
Whilst we can’t guarantee good weather during your holiday at The Old Rectory, the statistics are in your favour, Suffolk and Norfolk boast one of the best climates in the country and the lowest rainfall in the UK (as little as one fifth of the South West and half that of the South Coast).
“as dry as Jerusalem, particularly Suffolk, with about the same rainfall” - Collette Nicholls Anglian Water media manager.
Suffolk, has an excellent sunshine record when compared to the rest of the UK and research has shown that it enjoys two more hours of sunshine a week than the national average.