About the Property:

The double room includes a sumptuous four-poster bed. It combines a taste of luxury and gives comfort to all our guests who come to stay. The room offers modern amenities of free WiFi, TV, hairdryer and hospitality tray. There is space to work or eat if needed. The bed ensures and great nights sleep, every night.

We cater for couples, solo adventurers, business people, fishermen or wildfowlers.

There is a shared bathroom next to your room, with a shower over the bath and toilet.

Breakfast is served in the sunroom. We provide anything from toast to a full English breakfast, if you have any dietary needs please let us know at the time of booking.

We have ample parking and space for any equipment you need to bring with you. We also have a workspace in the Sunroom if needed. We also offer free WiFi. You have the use of the Sunroom and back garden. This is our home and we welcome you to share it respectfully.

There is an abundance of wildlife to see in the garden, as well as tamer life in the house. We have two caged birds, one cat and one snake, which always stays in his vivarium! They are all friendly but can be kept away from visitors upon request.

Your well-behaved animals are welcome to join you on your stay, for an extra £5 cost. All we ask is that they are respectful of our home and keep off of the furniture.

Surrounding Area

Little Holme Bed and Breakfast is the perfect base to explore the best of which Norfolk has to offer. We are close to the river for fishing and surrounded by fields which gives an ideal opportunity for dog walking or a gentle stroll.

Local amenities within walking distance are the local Post office and shop and also a cosy little pub!

Half a mile walk away is the famous Lathams store, tearooms. The local fish and chip shop is just over the river. Here you can sit and watch the birdlife, or take a gentle stroll along the riverbank; or just sit and watch holidaymakers navigate the medieval Potter Heigham bridge, which is the Gateway to the Broads. There are various local shoots in the area for the discerning Wildfowler!

A few miles in any direction of leaving Potter Heigham, there are other small villages worth looking at. Within walking distance is the famous Hickling Broad Nature Reserve, where you can see the Swallowtail butterfly and the blue Damselflies. Martham is another riverside village, and those energetic enough to walk there along the riverbank will find a decent pub and little cafe in the heart of the village. It takes about an hour to walk. In the opposite direction is Catfield, also within walking distance of an hour, and also with a decent pub.

For those who wish to go further afield, there is Stalham 5 miles away, then onto Wroxham, which is 10 miles away. Another 5 miles from Wroxham and you arrive at Norwich. In the opposite direction of leaving the bed and breakfast are the seaside villages of Winterton on Sea, 6 miles away, and then onto Hemsby, and then 6 miles from where you arrive at Gt Yarmouth.

?Situated in the heart of the Broads, Potter Heigham is an ideal base for a quiet break away.

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