Braemar is a home from home Grade II listed Cottage built in 1714 in Salhouse in the Conservation area of Salhouse Broads. Braemar is the oldest house in the village.
Braemer is steeped in history and is a characteristic, cosy and historical cottage. The cottage is documented in the history of Salhouse. A great base to explore what Norfolk has to offer.
Braemar has 3 bedrooms and can sleep up to 5 guests plus an infant - Travel Cot.
Salhouse is a Village 2 Miles from Wroxham - The Capital of the Norfolk Broads, 5 Miles from the Medieval City of Norwich and a short drive to many beautiful coastal areas to include Horsey - Horsey Seal watching, Holkham Beach, Wells-Next-the-Sea, Winterton on Sea, Cromer and Great Yarmouth.
Salhouse boasts Britain's Finest Nature Reserve where you can swim from the riverside beach and hire canoes and kayaks or try paddleboarding. It is an area of peace and tranquility, outstanding natural scenery, abundant wildlife and wonderful views, footpaths and broadwalks to bring you closer to wildlife.
Salhouse has 2 local pubs - The Bell Inn and The Fur and Feather which has Woodforde's Brewery attached to it and The Prima Rosa Tearooms. Local convenience stores are a 5 minute drive and the local superstore is a 10 minute drive. There are many restaurants and local attractions in the area.
Braemar Cottage is strictly No Smoking.