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Burnham Overy Lower Mill Cottages
England

The Burnham Overy Lower Mill cottages are situated on the A149 between the Norfolk coastal villages of Burnham Norton and Burnham Overy Staithe. Of the whole stretch of the A149 which runs from Kings Lynn in the west to Gt Yarmouth in the east, this little section of road which runs by the Burnham Overy Lower Mill complex is the most charming.

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