Self-catering holidays in Pott Row are a great choice for visitors who want to explore the sleepy waterways of the Broads, and the spectacular Norfolk coast. This picturesque village is surrounded by unspoiled countryside, a few miles east of King’s Lynn. Take a stroll from your holiday cottage in Pott Row and you will soon discover peaceful woods and farmland, where you walk for miles with only the sounds of birds singing in the hedgerows for company. In the village centre, there is a variety of family-run businesses, including a butcher, a garage and a tearoom. There is a cosy pub, the Old Bell, in neighbouring Grimston, and another, The Three Horseshoes, in Roydon, both serving good food and a selection of local ales. Pott Row and Grimston were important centres for the region’s pottery industry from the 11th to 16th centuries, supplying beautiful pots to Scandinavia, examples of which can be seen at local museums, including the Castle Museum in Norwich.
Ample windows draw sunlight into the conservatory of Willow Sunrise, a lovely detached holiday bungalow in the rural North Norfolk hamlet of Pott Row. An open fire warms the pet-friendly, four-bedroom property and a beautiful garden offers views over horse paddocks and the Norfolk countryside.
Seven miles west of your Pott Row holiday cottage, King’s Lynn is a traditional market town on the banks of the River Great Ouse. It is the region’s cultural centre, with two theatres, three museums and a number of sports venues. You will find plenty of good shops in the town centre, and many of the area’s best restaurants. Dating back to the 12th century, King’s Lynn was once one of the country's most important ports, and much of the area's maritime past is still evident today. A short drive from Pott Row, Royal Sandringham Estate is the private home of Queen Elizabeth II, with 20,000 acres of gardens and parkland. Set within the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the grounds are perfect for countryside walks and picnics in the summer.