Sayers House is a pretty detached holiday cottage with Wi-Fi in Wisbech St Mary Cambridgeshire sleeping 5. Sayers has a large garden and wooded area with a footpath leading into an 3 acre field. A family friendly holiday cottage. There is ample secluded parking plus a garage. Pets welcome.
Sayers House is a pretty holiday cottage in Wisbech St. Mary, about 3 miles from the market town of Wisbech in Cambridgeshire. The cottage is set in a large pretty garden.
The village of Wisbech St. Mary has two public houses both that serve food, a General Store / Post Office and fish and chip shop. The market town of Wisbech has many fine buildings with its Georgian Crescent and North Brink, it is here that Peckover House (N.T.) is situated. There are market days (Thursday and Saturday).
The accommodation consists of a fully fitted kitchen with oven, hob, microwave, fridge and dishwasher. Pantry with fridge / freezer and washing machine. Large lounge / diner with freeview digital television, dvd player, unlimited Wi-Fi, music system with compact disc player and open fire. Hallway with toilet and washbasin, stairs to one family bedroom with one double and one single bed and one double bedroom, bathroom with bath and shower.
All linen, towels etc are provided. The property is open all year and well-behaved pets are welcome.
The property has oil fired central heating. Heating and electricity are included in the tariff. Coal and logs are provided for the open fire.
Wisbech is an ideal base for touring, with many places of interest nearby Peterborough with its fine Cathedral and Nene Valley Steam Railway, Ely with its magnificent Cathedral, Cambridge with its historical colleges, botanical gardens and punting on the river Cam, Stamford with its 17th and 18th century stone and older timber framed buildings along with five medieval churches. Also an ideal area for cycling, walking and fishing.
Visit the North Norfolk Coast area of outstanding beauty including Heacham 30 miles, Hunstanton 31 miles, Wells-Next-The-Sea 44 miles, Cromer 59 miles and Sheringham with its heritage steam railway the "poppy line" 56 miles.
Stately homes to visit include Oxburgh Hall 27 miles, Houghton Hall 30 miles, Holkham Hall 30 miles, Sandringham House with its fine country park 25 mules and Burghley House built for Sir William Cecil Lord High Treasurer to Quenn Elizabeth 1st 33 miles.
Wildlife reserves at Welney RSPB 16 miles and the Ouse Washes RSPB 19 miles in the heart of the Fens forms the largest area of washland in the country.
Prices from £300 - £410
Short breaks available from 31st October - 31st March
2 nights @ £210
3 nights @ £240
4 nights @ £280