SLEEPS 4 IN TWO BEDROOMS - DOUBLE AND TWINS. PET FRIENDLY.
This lovely detached bungalow is situated at a much loved end of Hunstanton
close to cliff tops and Old Hunstanton
with it’s quaint village charm, restaurants and bars.
The car can be left in the drive to enjoy long walks along the beach and cliffs although many places of interest are only a short drive. There is parking for up to two cars, attractive rear patio and lawned garden, perfect for eating ‘al fresco’ and for children to enjoy. You can see the sea from the driveway.
Fresh and bright throughout, it is mostly carpeted and comfortably furnished.
Ground floor accommodation consists of
- All on one level entrance hall and two bedrooms, one with a double and the other with twin beds. Modern fitted kitchen with door into conservatory/dining room leading out to rear garden.
Lounge with French doors onto patio and garden. 48 inch Freeview TV. Bathroom with bath (shower over) washbasin and WC.
; Enclosed rear garden with lawn and shrubs. Gas BBQ. Garden furniture.
Parking on the front drive for 2 cars
A. £100 refundable breakage deposit . Dog charge £30 each per week. Booking Fee £25.
This property is situated about 300 yards from the cliff tops and is only a 15 minute walk in to Old Hunstanton, or Hunstanton. Old Hunstanton beach is easily accessed by walking past the lighthouse and cafe through the Cliff Top car park, and down the beach path. The Lighthouse Cafe does an all day breakfast.
has everything for everyone in the family. Sandy beach, sea, rock pools, guided tours on the wash monster, sailing, kite surfing and water skiing. On the sea front there are many stalls selling ice creams, food and sweets. There are amusement arcades, fun fair, bowling alley, adventure golf, paint your own pots, Sea Life Sanctuary and a sports and leisure centre.
Take a walk along the promenade, which will take you to either Old Hunstanton, via the beach striped red and white cliffs. Or the other direction staying on the promenade to Heacham.
Walk around the sensory park or esplanade gardens that provide a colourful display of flowers in the summer months. The Norfolk coast path
takes you 34 miles to Cromer
from the North promenade. Heritage, Horticultural or Wolf trails are available from the tourist information centre.
Relax on the green, and enjoy the summer entertainment on the bandstand on a Sunday afternoon. Or in the evenings watch the sunset . Book a seat at the theatre
for a show, or play a round of golf
, or take a leisurely ride on the Coast Liner bus to visit the coastline. Visit the Heritage centre or The Coal shed gallery. Various festivals throughout the year include the Lifestyle Festival, Carnival, Kite Festival and the charity Xmas day swim.
has a sandy beach with dunes, and rock pools. There are various eating places including the beach cafe. Visit the Life boat station
on a Sunday, hire a beach hut for the day, play a game of pitch and putt, browse local crafts and antiques in the Old Barns
, or have a drink or meal in one of the pub/restaurants in the village. St Mary's Church holds various events throughout the year, including a lovely annual Flower festival. There is a post office with a Deli that sells many of your everyday items.