Once the cowman’s cottage, this pretty red-bricked building with its own patch of garden sits next to the Elizabethan farmhouse and is of typical Norfolk design. Oak beams, a large Inglenook fireplace and the original old tree handrail remain, but style and comfort are now the order of the day. The sitting room is super with gentle colours, wooden floors, exposed brick walls, antiques, a warming wood-burner and striped blinds; sink into squashy sofas with checked throws. Cooks will enjoy the long kitchen with stone flagging, a charming dresser and a farmhouse wooden table; wine, homemade cake and free-range eggs are a welcome gift alongside the basics. The main bathroom is on the ground floor: wooden birds and shells sit on the high window shelf, the bath is a rolltop and the half wooden panelling is painted soft grey. Upstairs to a light and airy double with its own shower room, a vaulted ceiling, garden views, an ornate bed and blue gingham curtains; the twin is equally lovely. Collect eggs, browse antiques, visit the farming museum or head for the coast. Great fun.