SLEEPS 3 + 2 IN TWO BEDROOMS AND LOUNGE. DOUBLE AND SINGLE ROOMS PLUS DOUBLE SOFA BED. TWO SMALL OR ONE MEDIUM PET.
Manor Park is a holiday park situated at the south side of Hunstanton, with its own holiday facilities and a full entertainment schedule and activities for all age groups. There are indoor and outdoor pools with children’s pool, sun lounge with bar, playground, Boathouse Restaurant plus evening entertainment, shows and bingo. The beach and fairground are just five minutes’ walk away and supermarket shopping is also within easy walking distance. Shops, amusements, theatre, bowling alley, bowling greens, recreation field are all only a short distance away and there is parking in the town too. The local ‘land train’ leaves nearby and will take visitors to the very north end of the town via a stop at the town centre, and back again.
Buses run every 20-30 mins during the day from Hunstanton to Kings Lynn where they stop at the railway station. They also travel through along the coast to Cromer stopping along the way.
Sunnydale is centrally located in the Sandringham area of the park, far enough to be quietly away from the busy hub of the entertainments complex which is about a five minute walk. There is adjacent off-road parking.
Being fully gas centrally heated with double glazing the property is very comfortable with generous family accommodation to sleep up to five. It’s situation benefits from all day sunshine and with an extensive verandah to enjoy relaxing and dining al fresco.
Steps up to verandah and entrance into open plan social living area. Kitchen and living area with double sofa bed and feature electric fire. Two bedrooms: master room with king size bed and ensuite wc and washbasin and the other with a single. Family bathroom having half size bath, (shower over) WC and washbasin.
ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEX PASSES EXTRA - PURCHASED AT SITE RECEPTION
. WIFI AVAILABLE IN RECEPTION AREA OR CAN BE PURCHASED UPON ARRIVAL VIA WIFINITY.
Refundable breakage deposit £100. Pets £30 per week. Booking Fee £25
has something 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 stripped red and white cliffs. Or the other direction staying on the promenade to Heacham
. Walk around the sensory park, 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 take a round of golf, or take a leisurely ride on the Coastliner
bus to visit the coastline. Visit the Heritage Centre or The Coal shed gallery to learn about Hunstanton's interesting history. 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 many popular 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.
Only a short drive along this Royal Coast is Sandringham
Estate with house, gardens and museum. Plan a whole day here or take the dog and family for long woody walks and picnics. Bird reserves at Snettisham
both RSPB and Pensthorpe
Natural Park are also worth visiting and for walkers there are miles of accessible and dog friendly coast and country walks to be found - follow this website
for Norfolk Trails and cycle rides.