Live in the lap of luxury at this luxurious Grade II listed building, set in the heart of the beautiful Norfolk countryside.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Set in a Grade II listed building, Ingoldisthorpe is just as stylishly decorated as one might expect from such an opulent, yet homely, setting. Having been meticulously refurbished over the course of three years, the phrase "attention to detail" is most apt when speaking about this stately delight. Sleeping up to 20 guests, the hall has everything that guests could ever need for the perfect group getaway. With its beautiful decor, abundant space, fully equipped self-catering amenities, and surrounding 40-acre parkland, this is the perfect retreat for friends and family alike.
On the first floor there are two large sitting rooms, both with open fires. On the ground floor sits the large well-equipped kitchen - which seats up to 10 people - has an AGA, four gas hobs, a large fridge freezer (there is a second one in the larder), and a dishwasher. The utility room has a second dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a gorgeous separate dining room - with its own wood burning stove - that can seat up to 28 people. There is a smaller sitting room with plenty of books, and a games room which includes a snooker table, darts, table football, ping-pong, and a large screen TV. There are also three downstairs toilets. Upstairs there are nine beautifully decorated double bedrooms (with one bunk room) which can sleep up to 20 people. Guests should note that the hall can be split in two to accommodate two groups of six if smaller groups are required. This versatility makes Ingoldisthorpe Hall ideal for a number of group sizes.
The north Norfolk countryside is famed for its gorgeous scenery, providing the perfect getaway for those who like to get out and about. The property itself is set in and around extensive parkland (approx. 40-acres) that guests are welcome to explore. Should you wish to venture further, the Peddar's Way follows a 46-mile long Roman road through the diverse Norfolk countryside and all the way to the coast.
There are also various opportunities for cycling in the region. Other activities on offer in the area include birdwatching (RSPB Snettisham is five minutes away), golfing, clay pigeon shooting, and sailing (should you wish to head up to the Norfolk Coast - a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). Nearby towns worth a visit include the seaside town of Hunstanton and the market town of King's Lynn. The historic houses of Royal Sandringham and Houghton Hall are also a short drive away.
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