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Big skies and stunning sandy beaches and the tranquil Norfolk Broads; Norfolk boasts some glorious coast and countryside. Great for birdwatching, cycling or walking. Quaint flint cottages, windmills and churches to explore, including Cley-next-the-sea and Blakeney.

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The Pad 3 Bedroom Caravan at Heacham Beach 6

Heacham, Norfolk, Norfolk

The Pad 3 Bedroom Caravan at Heacham Beach From £1022 Availability

Welcome to our beautiful mobile home in Heacham
near King's Lynn. We hope you enjoy your stay! We have personally thought through all of the amenities and hope to provide you with all the comforts of home. The surrounding area has a lot to offer and is sure to make your holiday one of a kind.

There is an indoor communal swimming pool onsite for your enjoyment!,as well as on site entertainment with bar and restaurant with kids meals.
Your little ones are sure to enjoy the free playground as well as the kids club
Club, pool and kids club are subject to a small local charge from reception. Why not try the many local pubs and restaurants?.
As a self-catering mobile home you'll find everything you need for a perfect stay.
The kitchen has a fridge, a hob, an oven, a toaster, a kettle, a freezer and a microwave.
The unit is a perfect place to relax and offers a flat screen television with Freeview and radio.

This house has 3 bedrooms and can comfortably sleep 8.
In the first bedroom, you will find a double bed.
In the next bedroom, there are 2 single beds.
The third bedroom contains 2 single beds.
There is additional sleeping space in the lounge comprising a double sofa bed.

There are 2 bathrooms.
The first bathroom is on suite , has a toilet and sink and a walk-in shower.
The family bathroom has a toilet and sink and a walk-in shower.

Linen, towels, essential toiletries and an iron are all included to make your stay more enjoyable.

House Rules:
- Check-in time is 3pm and check-out is 11am.
- Smoking is not allowed.
- There are on-site parking facilities available at the property for 2 cars.
- Pets are allowed at the propert. Please inform the owner on booking.

Located in King's Lynn, this chalet is near the beach. Princess Theatre and Sandringham House are local landmarks, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Searles Golf Club and Hunstanton Golf Club. Norfolk Lavender and Paint Me Ceramics are also worth visiting.

The School House 8

Beighton, Norfolk, East of England

The School House From £1644 Availability

The School House is a phenomenal, stylishly renovated old village school in the picturesque village of Beighton, close to Norwich, Great Yarmouth and the Norfolk Broads. Sitting in half an acre of manicured gardens full of wildlife, this property offers unique accommodation for up to eight guests.

The conversion incorporates original features with contemporary details  such as dark framed windows, accent features and superb double height aspect in the living room. Interior designers have created an ultra luxurious, somewhat quirky holiday home that will leave you with magical holiday memories.

The village of Beighton is mostly known for its fourteenth century stone and flint church, Beighton All Saints which was re-worked by the Edwardian architect AS Hewitt and features a thatched nave roof and beautiful decorative glass. The bustling market town of Norwich is just fifteen minutes away with its picturesque lanes, buzzy market, cultural and dining treats and its cathedral. Guests can enjoy many boating excursions on the Norfolk Broads, the nearest of which is just five minutes from the house. The lively entertainment of Great Yarmouth is also close by, along with the beautiful, tranquil beaches of Horsey, Happisburgh and Winterton.

The School House is wonderfully secluded, allowing guests total privacy. The renovation includes a living room, kitchen diner, utility room, two bedrooms, one bathroom, a toilet, a study and a boot room on the ground floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom on the upper floor. You enter the property into the kitchen diner, a stunning space with a pitched, black framed glass roof. The fresh and contemporary feel blends beautifully with the stone floor and painted brickwork. The kitchen is sublime with its dark cabinetry, butlers sink and large freestanding range cooker. Guests dine at an industrial style dining table and chairs and the industrial theme continues with rows of shelves for crockery and glassware. Just off the kitchen is a handy utility room and guest toilet. The end of the kitchen and dining area is home to a framed conservatory snug, a very useful second living area which is drowned in natural light and enjoys lovely garden views. The living room is very striking with its double height aspect and sumptuous sofas surrounding the feature open fireplace. There is a second dining table in the living room. The staircase leading to the upstairs bedrooms continues with the modern theme of deep inky colours contrasted with fresh whites and textural neutrals, in keeping with much of the house. Doors from the living room open to the study, bunk room, a charming, colourful double bedroom and a modern wet room.

Upstairs you will discover the beautiful master bedroom suite with its vaulted beamed ceiling, super kingsize bed, dressing area and ensuite bathroom with a freestanding bath and overhead shower. It is a gorgeous room, minimalist in styling and featuring the same dark colour splashes. The remaining bedroom is a gorgeous twin with steel framed beds, crisp cottons and fabulous soft furnishings.

Outside, guests can enjoy the beautiful spacious garden and can enjoy alfresco dining and a firepit on chilly evenings. It is a lovely spot from where you can enjoy a wonderful range of entertainment.

The School House is located in a secluded position in the village of Beighton, fifteen minutes from Norwich and close to Great Yarmouth, Caister-on-Sea, the Norfolk Broads, Acle, Thrigby, Winterton, Horsey and Happisburgh. There is easy access to the three lakes of the Trinity Broads as well as the main waterways of the Norfolk Broads. The Trinity Broads are three lakes that are found in the north eastern region of the Norfolk Broads. These are land locked and not connected to the main Norfolk Broads waterways. The Trinity Broads are comprised of Ormesby Broad, Rollesby Broad and Filby Broad. Fishing is very popular, there are a number of boardwalks, a wonderful waterside restaurant and pub and a sailing club. Locals often refer to the area of the main Norfolk Broads as ‘Broadland’. The beautiful Rivers Yare, Ant, Waveney, Chet and Bure meander their leisurely way through Norfolk and Suffolk connecting beautiful inland lakes, creating waterways and wetlands that make up The Norfolk Broads. Wildlife is abundant and conservation has been very successful in reintroducing species such as otters and herons that struggled for some time to survive. To the eastern side of the Norfolk Broads, the sandy beaches and stunning coastline caress the Broads at Horsey Mere with the salt water of the North Sea coming within a hare’s breathe of the the fresh water. Grey and common seals thrive on the shoreline. Guests love watching them at Horsey Gap. Boat hire on the Broads is very popular and an absolute must when staying at The School House.

Acle is just minutes from the house, a flourishing market town with very attractive seventeenth and eighteenth century building and an ancient, nine hundred year old church. It hosts a small market every Thursday and has previously won the ‘Eastern Daily Press’ ‘Village of the Year’ competition. It enjoys great access to the Norfolk Broads and hosts an annual Acle Sailing Regatta which takes place west of the Acle Bridge on the River Bure.

Any visit to the Norfolk Broads really should include a visit to the bustling town of Wroxham, the hub of boating activity and a tourist mecca. It offers unique shopping, attractions, cafes, restaurants and beautiful local walks. Ludham is a quaint, pretty village, close to Womack Staithe offering white washed cottages with thatched roofs and a lovely pub.

The historic village and beach of Happisburgh is definitely worth a visit for its beach and historic lighthouse. The lighthouse is the the oldest working lighthouse on the Norfolk Coast and the only independently operated lighthouse in the UK. The lighthouse, built in 1790, is open to the public on occasional Sundays and Bank Holidays during the summer plus private visits can be arranged. The village enjoys a secluded sandy beach and a constantly changing coastline.

Norwich enjoys exceptional gourmet dining experiences including the vegetarian Benedict’s and Roger Hickmann’s. It boasts many cosy pubs including The Fat Cat and St Andrew Brew House where delicious craft beers are made on the premises. Excellent fish and chips are served to the sounds of jazz at the Grosvenor Fish Bar. Norwich Cathedral stands in all its majesty with the ancient beauty of stained glass windows, a booming organ and hushed cloisters. You can enjoy free guided tours and learn how the cathedral survived riot, war, plague and fire. There are peregrines that nest in the cathedral’s spire. The observation point is manned by expert volunteers from the Hawk and Owl Trust so that you can get a good view of them. The cathedral plays host to many reverent and impressive concerts and recitals throughout the year. Norwich also boasts dozens of churches from its medieval heyday, some of which have been repurposed into cultural and exhibition spaces such as the Norwich Arts Centre. The Forum is a huge glass edifice and the home of BBC Norwich as well as being a thriving library and boasting restaurants and a bustling cafe. Norwich open-air market delights shopper with traditional fruit and veg stalls alongside gourmet tea and coffee vendors, artisanal bakers and others.

The Shank 4

Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk, East of England

The Shank From £397 Availability

The Gold award winning Shank nestles amongst the fairways of the 400-acre Caldecott Hall Golf Club & Country Estate, on the south eastern fringes of the beautifully unique Norfolk Broads National Park. It is part of the Fairway Lakes Village Scandianavian wooden lodge development, overlooking the 11th fairway. Relax in the hot tub while enjoying the impressive views of the golf course and the historic Waveney Forest. There are two 18-hole golf courses and a 20 berth driving range, with lessons available. The clubhouse is a spectacular Norfolk barn conversion. The original manor house is a three star hotel, bar and restaurant. The Barnworks Fitness Studio and Spa (with heated swimming pool) has a wide range of facilities available including pamper sessions. During the summer, the Hall hosts external events and music may be heard into the late evening. The lakes are well-stocked, and fishing is permitted on request. For the animal lover, adopt a horse at the on-site Redwings Horse Sanctuary. Over the road are the stunning Tudor-Jacobean Somerleyton Hall and Fritton Lake Estate, with gardens, mazes, lakes and boating. The cathedral city of Norwich is 20 miles, whilst traditional seaside fun can be had at Great Yarmouth, 5 miles. Both the Norfolk and Suffolk Heritage Coasts deserve a day trip. Beccles & Bungay are quaint market towns. The Shank is an environmentally friendly lodge, rainwater harvesting, grey water recycled, triple glazing throughout with thermostats in all rooms and recycling and composting is much encouraged. There is a village delicatessen in Bradwell - 2 miles (voted best East Anglian Butcher in 2011). Use of all club facilities available at concessionary rates.

The Stables - Sandy 2

Heacham, Norfolk, East of England

The Stables - Sandy From £707 Availability

Chalet Holiday Norfolk Sandy makes a perfect hideaway at Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages & Camping on the edge of the village of Heacham, near the seaside town of Hunstanton. It has been designed to capture that farmhouse charm with rustic wooden features. Throughout all of our chalets, we offer cosy, single-storey accommodation with an en-suite including a shower, toilet and sink, and kitchenette area for cooking. It has a 1.0m x 1.5m skylight so that you can gaze at the stars while you rest, a luxurious double bed, an authentic stable door, and a window looking out over the sunrise. Each chalet has an outside breakfast coffee table where you can sit and enjoy the country air whilst reading a good book or anything your heart desires. Chalet Holiday Norfolk rooms offer a prime location on the beachfront surrounded by fields of rural countryside and a fabulous unspoiled beach.

Located in King's Lynn, this chalet is in a rural area and near the beach. Princess Theatre and Sandringham House are local landmarks, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Searles Golf Club and Hunstanton Golf Club. Norfolk Lavender and Paint Me Ceramics are also worth visiting. Be sure to check out the area's animals with activities such as game walks and birdwatching.

This chic bijou retreat is as shiny as a new pin and is tucked 2

Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk, East of England

This chic bijou retreat is as shiny as a new pin and is tucked From £700 Availability

This chic bijou retreat is as shiny as a new pin and is tucked away down a private road on the outskirts of the ever-popular sailing village of Brancaster Staithe. Just perfect for couples, this stylish romantic retreat has its own private garden, parking space and is in strolling distance of the harbour where you sail or paddleboard to your hearts content or walk the coastal path to the beach. Best of all you have two of the best eateries on your doorstep.

Just a short walk to the beautiful sailing harbour of Brancaster Staithe, The Siding is a lovely open plan luxury studio. This delightful bolthole has been beautifully presented by the owners. Light and bright, it is well located for exploring the coast. Head to the bottom of the private road and you’ll discover the coast path where you can walk left to Brancaster beach, or right to two of North Norfolk’s best eateries; The Jolly Sailors or The White Horse, the latter of which offers romantic dining accompanied by stunning sunset views from the terrace that overlooks the marsh to Scolt Head Island.

Although small, The Siding comes with a large Super King-size bed, two comfy chairs and a sit-up breakfast bar. Situated on a private road you are tucked away behind large gates. As well as the bedroom/living/kitchen area there is a stylish shower room too with monsoon shower head, ensuring you have the best start to your day. As with the whole of this studio, the space is very well-thought out and the kitchen is a perfect example of this with everything you could need for a self-catering holiday.

On warmer evenings head outside for a meal in your cleverly built private wrap-around courtyard. Being that it faces east it is ideal for lazy breakfasts too.

With such a fabulous location you will want to get out and explore on foot, but if you also want to experience what its like out at sea, book a cruise with Branta Cruises who are based in the village and you’ll be able to discover the wildlife that makes this part of Norfolk so special and unique. But it is not just the wildlife and food that you need to discover, why not spend a day at Burn Valley Vineyard where you can enjoy sampling the local wine? Or if you are feeling a little more adventurous, then book a paddle with local company Brancaster Boards, who will escort and navigate you through the inlets and marshes on one of their hired paddleboards. With Titchwell nature reserve in walking distance too, you can easily while-away a day watching the bird life from the various hides and get close to the seals which you'll see frolicking in the lagoon.

Ground Floor:
Open-plan studio room, consisting of kitchen area with electric oven, under counter fridge, coffee maker, microwave, toaster, breakfast bar area with stools.
Super-king size bed with quality linens, two comfy chairs, wall-mounted television.
Shower room with monsoon shower, wash basin and WC.

Patio area with outdoor seating
Parking for one car on the driveway

Additional Information:
Bedding is a mixture of feather and synthetic.
There is parking for one car in front of the property in the driveway which is gated and shared with West Heath, Brancaster Staithe (also marketed with Norfolk Hideaways)
Sorry no dogs.

Located in King's Lynn, this cabin is by the sea. Bircham Windmill and Holkham Hall are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Courtyard Farm and Paint Me Ceramics. Whin Hill Cider and SEA LIFE Hunstanton are also worth visiting. Sailing and fishing offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with hiking and cycling nearby.

Thornham Lodge 10

Thornham, Norfolk, East of England

Thornham Lodge From £1540 Availability

Sleeping up to ten guests in five beautifully appointed bedrooms, Thornham Lodge is a spacious, immaculate holiday home very close to the ever popular north Norfolk coast. It sits on a quiet lane leading down to Thornham harbour, within walking distance of the fantastic Thornham Deli and the village pubs, the Orange Tree, the five hundred year old Lifeboat Inn and the Ship. With the coastal path on the doorstep, superb beaches and a local crabbing area for children, it is a lovely base to explore this beautiful tranquil area. Visitors enjoy huge skies and fantastic sunsets. You will never tire of the brilliantly coloured huge skies at the end of the day. There are many characterful coastal villages to visit, HM The Queen’s Sandringham Estate, RSPB Nature Reserves, an endless list of gastropubs, Wells-next-the-Sea with its colourful beach huts and the charming Burnham Market with its trendy shops, delis, galleries and boutiques.

Thornham Lodge is an upside down house with the living spaces on the first floor to take advantage of the stunning views. The furnishings are traditional rather than trendy and are superbly comfortable. The living room is very generous in size, a perfect spot to bring the generations together or spend time with your favourite friends. Leather sofas sit by the electric living flame fire. The views over farmland and marshes are wonderful. Double glass doors open to a second living area with a longer view down the lane. It is a great spot for a pot of tea and the Sunday newspapers. The smart country kitchen comes with excellent appliances, wooden cabinetry, black worktops and a central dining table and chairs. The kitchen overlooks the back garden.

On the ground floor you will discover three bedrooms and a charming garden room. This room sits at the back of the house and it’s a great space that opens onto the patio. Capturing the sun’s rays, it is a wonderful spot for a quiet holiday read. All three bedrooms offer comfortable kingsize beds. One enjoys an ensuite shower room and guests staying in the other two rooms enjoy use of a family shower room. The remaining two bedrooms are located on the second floor. One boasts twin beds and the other offers a super kingsize bed. There is a shared bathroom on the second floor too. Both bedrooms enjoy stunning views.

The garden is generous in size and comes with an alfresco dining terrace and a large lawn. Your barbecue masters can cook up a storm or you can head to Drove Orchards just a few minutes away for some delicious Eric’s fish and chips.

Thornham Lodge is nestled on a quiet lane in the pretty village of Thornham. The village is charming with cottages built with carrstone or flint, a village hall, the fantastic Thornham Deli with its home accessories, clothes, foods and cafe, a children’s playground, an absolutely stunning beach, salt marshes and some brilliant pubs offering delicious food, a friendly welcome, gardens and cosy fires.

You can take the coastal path to the nature reserve at Holme-next-the-Sea and further on to Old Hunstanton. Holme Beach enjoys gorgeous dunes, soft sand and big skies. Old Hunstanton boasts a sea full of wind and kitesurfers. At one end of the beach you will find the lighthouse and, tucked in the dunes, are some colourful beach huts. Old Hunstanton Beach continues into Hunstanton where you can enjoy the family amusement arcades, bowling, a swimming pool, aquarium, shops and cafes. In the opposite direction from Thornham is Brancaster, a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which is home to another fabulous beach and a popular golf course. The most famous of the North Norfolk beaches is Holkham Bay. The beach is one of the most unspoilt and beautiful stretches of sand in the country. With a glorious semi-circle basin filling to form a spectacular shallow lagoon at high tides, this beach is famous for the closing scene in Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Shakespeare in Love’. You can walk from Holkham to Wells, admiring the dunes, colourful beach huts and small rivulets and streams along the way.

Bird lovers head to the RSPB nature reserves at Titchwell and Snettisham or to Holme Beach, Holkham or the Blakeney National Nature Reserve. RSPB Snettisham is home to waders, wildfowl and many other birds. Between August and January you will see tens of thousands of birds leaving the mudflats and landing in the Snettisham hides. You will experience spectacular aerial displays and watch huge numbers of pink-footed geese fly over from Iceland. The estate is also home to resident barn owls and that soft hooting is joyful. Pensthorpe Waterfowl Park is popular too.

There are plenty of historical houses to visit including Royal Sandringham, Houghton Hall and the National Trust’s Blicking Estate, Felbrigg Hall and Oxburgh Hall. Sandringham is the much-loved country retreat of HM The Queen and has been the private home of four generations of British Monarchs since 1862. You can visit part of the house, the private gardens and St Mary Magdalene Church as well as taking delightful walks through the estate. There are frequent craft shows and other events in the grounds. The Holkham Estate is huge at 25000 acres. Holkham Hall is rich in history, architecture and wildlife. The seat of the Earl of Leicester, this elegant 18th century mansion is still a much loved, lived-in family home which visitors can also enjoy. There are six acres of walled garden, originally laid out by Samuel Wyatt in the late 1700’s. Visitors enjoy the walking and cycling paths, the lakes, watching the deer, the tree top high ropes course with its swings, bridges and ziplines, rowing boats, canoes and kayaks on the lake and the woodland play area. It is an outstanding family excursion.

The area is excellent for sailing. Coastal Exploration Company offers a variety of options for day and half-day trips and sailing lessons. One of the most popular boat trips is from Morston to see the seals at Blakeney.

Burnham Market and Holt are perfect for shopping. Brimming with unique independent shops, wonderful gastropubs such as the Hoste, cute delis, cafes and galleries, all around a delightful village green, Burnham Market is incredibly popular. The August arts and crafts fair is fabulous with craft stalls, pop up eateries, puppet shows, alfresco dining and a very jolly atmosphere. Holt is another Norfolk gem, again with wonderful art galleries, eateries and charm. Drove Orchards, between Thornham and Holme next-the-Sea is another shoppers paradise with some gorgeous shops, Gurneys fish shop, an excellent garden shop and Eric’s fish and chips and pizza restaurants.

Threshing Barn 12

North Barsham, Norfolk, East of England

Threshing Barn From £2956 Availability

Welcome to Threshing Barn, where comfort and tranquility await you. This beautifully designed barn offers a serene retreat for families and friends, providing a balance of cozy corners and spacious, open areas across two floors. From the moment you step inside, you'll be greeted by deep, luxurious fabrics in rich colors, inviting you to kick off your shoes and unwind.

The heart of the barn features an open-plan kitchen and a striking double-height dining area, surrounded by ancient flint walls and beams. Immense glass doors lead to your own private walled garden, offering breathtaking views of the meadows beyond. Gather around the kitchen island with your loved ones as you prepare delicious meals to be enjoyed at the large refectory dining table.

Upstairs, the galleried living room beckons with oversized sofas, perfect for sinking into and relaxing. Meanwhile, children can find their own hideaways in secret nooks filled with cozy bean bags. The Master bedroom, adorned with original flint walls, boasts a stunning four-poster bed dressed in beautiful floral fabrics and an ensuite bathroom with a roll-top bath. The other five bedrooms feature soothing color schemes and offer comfortable accommodations.

As the evening sets in, sip cocktails or savor a BBQ while watching the sun descend over the picturesque Stiffkey Valley. If you're planning a larger gathering, the interlinking door to the neighboring Long Meadow property can be opened, allowing for a combined capacity of up to 20 guests.

Your stay at Threshing Barn includes five double bedrooms, a fully-equipped open-plan kitchen, a wood burner with provided logs, underfloor heating, a spacious living room with a TV and DVD player, a small snug, Wi-Fi access, and a dog-friendly policy. The enclosed garden features a BBQ and outdoor seating area, and if desired, it can be connected to the garden of Long Meadow.

Nestled in the heart of the enchanting Norfolk countryside, Threshing Barn is surrounded by a location that truly captures the essence of natural beauty and charm. Situated within close proximity to some of the most captivating sights and attractions in the area, this idyllic holiday retreat offers an ideal base for exploring the wonders of North Norfolk.

Immerse yourself in the unspoiled landscapes that define this part of East Anglia, where rolling hills meet sweeping coastlines and big blue skies stretch endlessly above. From the rugged sandstone cliffs to the serene saltmarshes, from sandy beaches to pebbled shores, and from tranquil creek banks to crashing waves, the variety of landscapes here is truly remarkable.

Venture out from Threshing Barn and discover a world of possibilities. Delight in leisurely walks along beautiful beaches, hidden creeks, and breathtaking coastal paths. Embark on fantastic birdwatching expeditions or enjoy easy cycling adventures amidst the picturesque countryside. Explore charming villages and indulge in shopping sprees in the sophisticated small towns of Holt and Burnham Market. Or experience the timeless appeal of traditional seaside resorts like Hunstanton and Cromer.

For those seeking more exhilarating activities, sailing in Morston, windsurfing or kitesurfing in Brancaster, or taking a boat trip to witness the seals at Blakeney Point are just a few of the thrilling options available. And when it's time to unwind, relish in the exquisite local cuisine offered at the numerous pubs and restaurants dotted throughout the area.

Beyond the immediate surroundings, venture further inland to discover the breathtaking Norfolk Broads. With miles of picturesque waterways to explore, this unspoiled nature reserve teems with wildlife, offering the opportunity to hire a motor cruiser, sail in a traditional boat, or embark on a guided tour.

Additionally, the area is rich in historical and cultural treasures. Take a journey on the Walsingham & Wells narrow gauge railway or visit magnificent stately homes and gardens such as Holkham, Houghton, Blickling, Oxburgh, and Royal Sandringham—all within easy reach.

Two Hoots is a charming & elegant chalet located in Mundesley. 2

Mundesley, Norfolk, East of England

Two Hoots is a charming & elegant chalet located in Mundesley. From £574 Availability

Two Hoots is a charming & elegant chalet, sleeping up to 2 and refurbished (Autumn 2018) to a high standard and ideally situated on a small and tranquil privately owned chalet park, merely 600 yards from all the amenities and the beautiful unspoilt green flag sandy beach within the quaint seaside village of Mundesley.

Fully equipped along with all the bits and bobs guests are likely to need during their stay.

Spacious rooms with quality furnishings throughout with some personal quirky touches whilst maintaining all the traditional home comforts.

• 1 large bedroom with king size bed.
• Lounge with a quality comfortable settees
• Folding gateleg dining table & chairs
• Beach themed shower room with a large tiled walk in shower, wash basin & W.C.
• Fitted kitchen with fridge/freezer, electric cooker (with separate grill & oven), microwave, kettle and toaster
• Personally owned and managed
• Complimentary welcome pack
• Unlimited wi-fi
• Childrens books & toys
• Double glazed
• Portable heater (for those chilly nights)
• Ironing board & iron
• Hairdryer
• Washing line & airer
• Alarm clock
• 30" TV with FreeView
• Stereo
• Guest information folder
• Guest brochures
• Garden table & chairs
• Tea towels are provided (please bring your own bath & beach towels)
• Bed linen is supplied & the bed is made up for guests arrival
• Electricity is operated by a £1 coin meter payable by guests throughout their stay
• Arrival 3pm
• Departure by 10am
• Chalet available between 1st March & 31st October
• Short breaks welcome (exc. July & August)
• 5-10 minutes walk to amenities & beach
• Superbly maintained communal grounds
• Pretty spinney situated alongside the park
• Large grassed area
Guests Are requested to refrain from excessive noise and respect other owners and guests on the site at all times.
A damage deposit(fully refundable) of £75 per stay is required 7 days before arrival to be paid by bank transfer or cheque.
It is the responsibility of guests to ensure when the chalet is left unattended and on departure,all windows and the main door must be shut and locked at all times.
All crockery,cutlery etc must be washed and all items returned as found.

Located in Norwich, this chalet is near the beach. Norfolk Motorcycle Museum and Cromer Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Sim-Air and Amazona Zoo. Little Gems and East Ruston Old Vicarage are also worth visiting. Discover the area's water adventures with motor boating and fishing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with horse riding and hiking.

Violet Lodge | Charming 1 bedroom cabin | Easy access to Norfol 2

Norwich, Norfolk, East of England

Violet Lodge | Charming 1 bedroom cabin | Easy access to Norfol From £910 Availability

Violet Lodge is an exceptionally well-equipped single level home, carefully furnished and decorated to create a welcoming and homely feel to the property. The accommodation is completely open plan with garden views throughout.

The kitchen is fully equipped with cookware and utensils, with the added benefit of both a dishwasher and washer / dryer. There's a dining table for two, perfect for evening meals, or quick breakfast prior to a busy day exploring!

At the centre of the lodge is the living area, with two armchairs and a flat screen television. Board games and books are also available.

Double doors open out directly onto the patio and garden, where you'll find an outdoor table and chairs for two. The garden itself comprises of very spacious lawned area.

Through to the bedroom, there is a king-sized bed with bedside cabinets and reading lamps, along with a large sized mirror.

The modern and accessible bathroom comprises of a shower, W/C, and wash basin.

Located in Norwich, this cabin is in a rural area. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Norfolk Broads and Norfolk Coast, while RAF Air Defence Radar Museum and The Museum of the Broads are cultural highlights. Hoveton Hall Gardens and BeWILDerwood are also worth visiting.

Waters Reach 12

East Winch, Norfolk, East of England

Waters Reach From £974 Availability

Waters Reach is a lodge-style cottage, resting close to the village of East Winch. Inside, you will find five spacious bedrooms, where three have their own en-suites. There is also a family bathroom, complete with a shower over, basin and WC. Additional rooms include an open-plan living room, comprising of a sitting area, dining area and kitchen area. Outside, you will find ample parking and a spacious patio are with garden furniture and a hot tub. Waters Reach is an ideal base for a group gathering to Norfolk.

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