The majority of our guests will approach Norfolk from either the A11 or the A47. For either of these routes, when reaching Norwich continue east along the A47 (Norwich bypass) signposted to Great Yarmouth. At Acle, take the second exit at the roundabout signposted A1064 to Caister.
Continue for approximately 5 miles to the village of Fleggburgh, also known as Burgh St Margaret, (do not turn left where the 40 mile an hour flashing signal and signposts for Martham and The Broads) and turn sharp left down Town Road immediately before The Kings Arms pub. Continue for about 1 mile round several sharp corners ignoring two lanes off to the right, before taking the third lane to the right. This is a very sharp right hand turning 150 degrees to Ormesby, signposted Court Road. Follow the lane for 800 yards. Opposite a blue terraced house turn into the drive signposted “Court House Cottages” and drive down to the car park. The cottages are situated at the end of the drive.
For PORTERS COTTAGE drive past the entrance to above cottages and take the next drive on the right. Two parking spaces are immediately on the left of the drive behind the back of the cottage – there is a gate into the garden of Porters Cottage.
If you are approaching via the A12 continue through Great Yarmouth following signs for Caister on Sea until passing The Greyhound Stadium. Take the first left at the next round a bout and the first left at the second round a bout. At the third round a bout take the third exit signposted A149 to Potter Heigham and continue for approximately 3 miles. You will pass through the village of Ormesby St. Michael, crossing the Broad before entering the village of Rollesby. Take the second left lane called Court Road. Pass a few houses before taking the next left (still Court Road). Continue for 600 yards , round a sharp left hand bend. The entrance to the cottages is the third turning on the left, signposted “Court House Cottages”.
For PORTERS COTTAGE – take the second drive on the left. Two parking spaces are immediately on your left behind the cottage. There is a gate into the cottage garden.
We look forward to meeting you. Please have a safe and pleasant journey.