Five of the most expensive properties you can rent in Norfolk on Airbnb
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While Airbnb offers people the chance to get away on budget, the site also has plenty of luxurious listings which require some serious cash. We took a look at some of the most expensive properties in Norfolk currently listed on the website.
1) Worlingham Hall, Worlingham, Beccles, Suffolk
£2,300 per night
Set on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk, this awe-inspiring Grade I listed Georgian country house offers unrestrained luxury. With 10 bedrooms and eight bathrooms, it comfortably accommodates up to 20 guests, all of whom will be looked after by the personal butler and chef who come included in the rental fee.
Features include a number of fireplaces, a swimming pool, tennis court, hot tub, and gym. Or if you fancy some fresh air, explore the property's 100 acres on which you will find an orangery, two lakes and a herd of alpaca.
2) Hockwold Hall, Hockwold cum Wilton
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£1,508 per night
Formerly owned by Prince Victor Duleep Singh, godson to Queen Victoria, this imposing property has a rich history to match its decadent features.
The tennis court, croquet lawn, volleyball court, gym and 3km fitness trail make it a haven for fitness fans. After an active day you can unwind in the 12-seater outdoor hot tub, next to which sits a 90' waterproof TV and a large sauna.
On summer evenings make use of the Weber BBQ area or nestle by the fireplace in the grand lounge room.
3) Clermont Hall, Thetford, Norfolk
£1,500 per night
This Regency period, historic mansion has 16 double bedrooms, including three self-contained cottages, making it a suitable getaway for groups of up to 32. At 24 acres, it's relatively small compared to Worlingham Hall, but a deer park, formal garden, outdoor heated swimming pool, sauna and hot tub can all be found on the grounds.
There are also three enclosures for rabbits, peacocks and hens from which the live-in housekeeper collects fresh eggs for breakfast.
4) Carrington House, Snettisham
£1,220 per night
Don't let the classic British countryside exterior of this Grade II listed house fool you. The property is beautifully decorated, combining quirky furnishings with a 70s style pop of colour, without losing its modern elegance. The house sleeps 20 people in six bedrooms, and includes a dining room fit for a banquet celebration.
Uniquely, the property also boasts a leisure lounge, fully sound-proofed and equipped with a karaoke machine so that you can dance the night away. You can then relax the next day in the hot tub or take a stroll through the secret walled garden.
5) Mundesley Beach Home, Mundesley
£975 per night
Just five minutes from the beach, this Victorian home is a fabulous family playhouse. It has eight boutique bedrooms, plus one pirate themed children's room. There are four sleek bathrooms and a large, modern kitchen. But what really sets this property apart is the brightly coloured games room, equipped with air hockey, a karaoke machine, toys and dressing up costumes. Outside, there is a play area with a large climbing frame, slide, 12 ft trampoline and giant chess board. While the kids are playing, the adults can make use of the outside lounge area with 16-seater sofas and an alfresco dining space.