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|1 Bedroom Holiday Cottage in Fakenham, North Norfolk (Sleeps 2)|
A recently refurbished single-storey apartment attached to the owner's home on
the outskirts of Fakenham. It provides attractive comfortable accommodation and
is within thirty minutes of the majority of North Norfolk's main attractions.
Sleeps: 2 Bedrooms: 1 Allow Pets: No
|2 Bedroom Holiday Cottage For Rent in Fakenham, North Norfolk (Sleeps 4)|
A beautifully presented holiday cottage, which retains much of its original
character, including pamment floors and original fireplaces. It is quietly
situated yet within easy walking distance of the town centre.
Sleeps: 4 Bedrooms: 2 Allow Pets: Yes
|2 Bedroom Holiday Cottage to Rent in Fakenham, North Norfolk (Sleeps 4)|
Homely cottage, split over three floors with many traditional features,
conveniently located near the centre of town beside a quiet footpath. The
comfortable furnishings and log-burning fires add to the relaxed atmosphere.
Sleeps: 4 Bedrooms: 2 Allow Pets: No
|3 Bedroom Holiday Home Rental in Fakenham, North Norfolk (Sleeps 6)|
Just one mile from Pensthorpe, The Laurels is an attractive modern bungalow set
in an individual non-estate position adjoining heathland, just a short walk from
the River Wensum and a mile from the town centre.
Sleeps: 6 Bedrooms: 3 Allow Pets: No
|3 Bedroom Holiday Cottage to Rent in Fakenham, North Norfolk (Sleeps 8)|
Flintstones is a lovely traditional brick and flint
detached cottage with beamed ceilings to the ground floor and a recently
refurbished interior. It is well equipped and has the benefit of a light and
airy garden room.
Sleeps: 8 Bedrooms: 3 Allow Pets: No
The name of Fakenham is recorded in the Domesday Book (1068 AD) spelt Faganham; it probably means the "ham" or dwelling of one Facca. The first settlement was in Tunn Street, and the Anglo-Saxon invaders arrived via the River Wensum. In 1998, it hit national headlines and outraged locals when it was described by a spin doctor as the most boring place on earth. This view was balanced last year when it was voted the seventh best place to live in the country by Country Life magazine. People from surrounding villages shopping on Thursday market day; and eyeing up a bargain at the popular market and auction house. Selection of eating venues to suit most tastes, including, Thai, Chinese takeaway and pizza. Three-screen Hollywood cinema and ten pin bowling at Fakenham Superbowl.
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