King Line Cottages
“Thoughtfully designed with accessibility in mind, leaving no stone unturned” - VisitEngland Assessor
- Social distancing and safety measures in place
- Follows government and industry guidelines for COVID-19
- Signed up to the AA COVID Confident Charter
Each of our self-catering holiday homes is subjected to "fogging" with sanitiser designed for the purpose, during each turnaround between guests. Professional/Industrial grade fogging machine purchased for this.
Our Inspector's view
Based in a prime location, riverside site in Horning on the Norfolk Broads. Each of our holiday homes has a living room complete with comfortable armchairs, behind large panes of glass, directly viewing the River Bure in Horning. Five of the properties are rated by VisitBritain's National Accessible Scheme (NAS), and include many facilities for the mobility impaired. There’s easy access via wide ramps with fully opening double doors to accommodate wheelchairs. The internal layout allows for ease of use and accessibility for less able guests and wheelchair users – wide internal doors and shower/wet rooms on one level with no steps; grab rails are placed throughout the shower/wet rooms and around toilets. Enjoy course fishing, bird spotting, and observing the wildlife. Expect to see some river traffic; yachts meandering past, the occasional traditional broads wherry, and motor boats taking a Sunday style cruise.
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About the area
The North Norfolk Coast is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and probably the finest of its kind in Europe. Here you’ll find a string of quaint villages and small towns – Holkham, Wells-next-the-Sea and Cley next the Sea are 21st-century favourites, while Sheringham and Cromer are classic examples of a good old-fashioned seaside resort where grand Victorian hotels look out to sea. Further round the coast you'll find Great Yarmouth, one of the most popular resorts in the UK and packed full of amusements, shops and seashore entertainment. And let's not forget Norwich, the region's only city.
Norfolk prides itself on its wealth of historic houses, the most famous being Sandringham, where Her Majesty the Queen and her family spend Christmas. Many of Norfolk’s towns have a particular charm and a strong sense of community. The quiet market towns of Fakenham and Swaffham are prime examples, as well as Thetford, with its popular museum focusing on the TV comedy series Dad’s Army which was filmed in the area.
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