Modern pod with access to the best of Norfolk's east coast
- Sleeps 4 (max 2 adults, 2 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
- Private Bathroom
- In room Wifi
- Pet Friendly
- En-suite bathroom/toilet
- Comfy king-sizes bed with drawer storage underneath, plus two bunk beds for children
- Fully-equipped kitchenette with integrated breakfast bar
- Private decking area with outside seating and great views
The Owner Says
- Full king size bed with drawer storage underneath, and two bunk beds suitable for children, freshly made for your arrival
- 32" Smart TV
- Fully equipped kitchenette with integrated breakfast bar, sink, hob, microwave, kettle, toaster, and fridge
- Full en-suite wet-room with shower
- Intelligent electric panel heaters
- Built in wardrobe and storage for added convenience
- Private decking area with outside seating
- Glass balustrade leaving the beautiful view undisturbed
- Firepit with integrated BBQ grill, and picnic table
- Siberian Larch cladding providing full insulation
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Features & Facilities
Each pod features a full king-size bed with drawer storage underneath and two bunk beds suitable for children (up to the age of 17; all bedding and linen provided), a 32” Smart TV, WiFi, fully equipped kitchenette with integrated breakfast bar, sink, hob, microwave, kettle, toaster, and fridge. Pods are en suite, with wet-room-style showers (toiletries provided). Intelligent electric panel heaters. Built in wardrobe and storage for added convenience. Outside, each pod has a private decking area with seating and a glass balustrade leaving the beautiful view undisturbed, plus a firepit with integrated BBQ grill.
Millview Meadow is located in a peaceful village surrounded by countryside. There is a footpath that runs along the edge of the meadow that takes you up to the River Bure. From here, it is possible to walk along the river wall either towards the mouth of the river at Great Yarmouth, or upwards of the river towards villages such as Acle and Thurne. There are lots of pubs along the way (see Food & Drink) and the footpath will also take you to a local fishing lake, available for private hire. It’s an ideal place for fishing, picnics, wildlife watching or just a peaceful day out. As well as walking, the best way to get under the skin of the area is by boat. There's boat hire in the neighbouring villages of Potter Heigham and Martham, with options from canoes to motorised boats with beds. The Broads is also home to a decent network of cycle routes, country lanes and woodland paths, suitable for cyclists of all abilities – you could even cycle out to the local beaches, including Winterton-on-sea and Waxham, both of which are popular in the summer months but are also a great place to spot the seals and their pups in the winter.
Food & Drink
The Studio Art Gallery and Tea Rooms (01493 751794) in Acle. They are a small family run art studio and gallery that has an adjoining tea room which serves a variety of home-made cakes, refreshments, light lunches and snacks. Accessible by car, bike or on the river river, The Acle Bridge Inn (01493 750288) is a family-run pub offering good food and service, serving all day, every day with children, dogs and muddy boots welcome. 2 miles down the road from Millview Meadow is the Ferry Inn (01493 751096) – a classic riverside pub with south-facing views of the Bure, complete with a kids’ play area in the garden. For a special treat, Fleggburgh Kings Arms (01493 368333) is by award winning chef, Mark Dixon.
Located just up the road from Millview Meadow, Thrigby Wildlife Gardens (01493 369477) is a wildlife park at home in the landscaped grounds of Thrigby Hall with a special collection of animals from Asia – including tigers, crocodiles and noisy gibbons (you can hear them from the meadow sometimes!).
From Norwich, follow the A47 towards Acle. At the roundabout, take the second exit signposted 'Caister (A1064)'. Continue on this road for 1 mile. After passing the Acle Bridge Inn and going over the bridge, take the first right by the white railings, signposted 'Runham/Stokesby'. Continue on this road, through the first village of Stokesby, then Herringby and then you will enter Runham. At the red post box in the centre of the village, turn right onto School Road. Continue on this road and follow the corner around to the left. Millview Meadow will then be directly on your right.
The nearest location offering frequent public transport links is Acle (5 miles away). From here, you can take the train towards Norwich or Great Yarmouth. There are also multiple bus services from Acle, which serve the local villages and will take passengers to the larger towns.