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Hillarth House





Description:

The property is a sympathetically restored Edwardian Farmhouse set in a large garden one and a half miles from the market town of Wisbech. It is situated in a quiet country lane and there is ample parking for four cars. Visiting wildlife include Water Hens, Green Woodpeckers, Squirrels, Rabbits and the occasional Deer. The accommodation, which is of a very high standard consists of: Ground Floor - Kitchen fully fitted with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave and electric hob and oven. Shower room with shower, toilet and washbasin. Large dining room with open fire, colout TV and music system with compact disc player. Pantry. Lounge with Sky freesat digital television, video, dvd player and an open fire. Family bedroom with one double and one single bed. First Floor - Two double bedrooms, one with a cot and a full bathroom with shaver point. Oil fired central heating throughout, coal and logs are provided for open fires. Large private garden with garden furniture and barbecue. Wi-Fi Available.



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Quality self catering accommodation in Wisbech St. Mary with a warm welcome to start your holiday. Visit us for a relaxing holiday in a peaceful rural setting and see what historic Fenland has to offer. An extraordinary place with an open beauty far removed from the hustle and bustle of modern life, the Fens are like a breath of fresh air. Thereís nowhere quite like Fenland with itís unique landscape, history and culture. We are situated on the edge of a small village 3 miles from the fine town of Wisbech. Wisbech, the capital of the Fens has many fine buildings. The North and South Brinks, the Crescent and Museum Square are amongst the finest examples of Georgian Street architecture in the country. Wisbech and the Fens have a great deal to offer visitors in addition to the outstanding architecture the area is rich in historical connections stretching back to the Roman times through such well known figures as Oliver Cromwell, Hereward the Wake and King John, who lost his baggage train along with a Kings fortune near Wisbech in 1216.

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