The Tractor House, East Runton
- Sleeps 8
- Bedrooms 4
- Beach: 0.7 miles
- Shop: 0.6 miles
- Pub: 0.6 miles
- Children welcome
- Dog friendly
- Off Road Car Parking
- Ground Floor Bedroom & Bathroom Facilities
- Bedding & linen provided
- Washing Machine
- High Chair
- DVD Player
- Internet access (WiFi)
The Tractor House is a spacious, comfortable building that provides luxurious accommodation for up to eight guests.
Three of the bedrooms in The Tractor House are on the ground floor and one is upstairs.
- Two bedrooms, each with a king-size bed and en-suite facilities (one bedroom comes with a bathroom and shower attachment, the second – which is upstairs – has a large shower room)
- Separate shower/loo downstairs
- One bedroom with twin beds
- One bedroom with bunk beds
- Open-plan sitting/dining room
- Separate, well-equipped kitchen with a range of modern appliances
- Friday changeover
Just like its neighbouring cottages (The Pigsty and The Cow Byre), the property is light and welcoming with high standards of comfort and convenience throughout. The designs for The Tractor House’s conversion were prepared by a local architect, who has achieved high standards of comfort and convenience throughout while carefully retaining many original features. Conversion work was carried out by two local craftsmen, both of whom were brought up and still live in the village.
With cream walls, well-placed windows and wooden flooring, The Tractor House is light and welcoming and, thanks to full central heating, always comfortably warm. Adding to its appeal are Kerri’s Pine furniture – made locally at Reepham, glazed wall tiles, kitchen appliances (cooker, hob, dishwasher and microwave) by Bosch, heated stainless steel towel rails, and a Sony television with Freeview and a DVD player.
Outside, a sheltered garden is an absolute suntrap – ideal for meals al fresco or simply enjoying the view. Inside, books, children’s toys and DVDs have been provided.
A little history……
The Tractor House was originally a turnip store but when tractors first arrived it was where the family kept them and had their workshop and tool shed. Eventually, the tractors used on the farm became so big they were unable to fit inside!
Locations shown are approximate