High and Dry
Sleeps 4 and baby in 2 bedrooms. 1 double and 1 bunk. Accessible lift to first floor.
Definitely high on the cliff tops overlooking the Wash, and dry and warm all year round to view the irresistible panoramic sea views and breathtaking sunsets. A magnificent location on the first floor of Sea View Heights which is an attractive block of modern apartments half way between the town centre and Old Hunstanton. Perfect for watching the changing sea, weather, ships, birds and more, over the extensive expanse of the Wash’s coastline to Lincolnshire and beyond at any time of year. This lovely first floor property offers a perfect location for couples, singles or small families. Watch the wind and kite surfers, sailing boats and jet skiers bobble up and down on the waves plus the distant flicker of buoys floating on the sea against the background of Skegness’s sparkling coastline as the sun disappears over the horizon. The magnificent, panoramic, West facing sunsets are a must for photographers for which the seaside town is renowned – an ever-changing sight each night not to be missed.
Hunstanton town centre shops, beach, theatre, eateries, Leisure Centre and wealth of entertainments are ten to fifteen minutes stroll away. Old Hunstanton with it’s quaint cottages, Golf Course and restaurants is twenty minutes or so stroll in the other direction although there is a regular ‘land train’ from the North side of the town to the South side, stopping half way.
Very light and airy, the flat offers well-furnished modern and comfortable accommodation, and with the advantage of a lift, is accessible to everyone. Full gas radiator central heating with wooden flooring, and carpeted bedrooms. Sleeping 4 the accommodation comprises: communal entrance hall with secure access and lift and easy staircase to first floor. Private entrance into apartment. Hall with storage cupboard. Lounge with 40 inch TV and dining area that have glorious sea views from the Juliette balcony (no access outside and safety rail in place). Adjacent kitchen. Two bedrooms; one with a double having 30 inch TV plus en suite shower room having WC, washbasin and shower (10” threshold) and the other with adult bunks. Family bathroom with bath (shower over), WC and washbasin.
Allocated private parking is available for one car behind the property with electronic entrance gates.
A refundable breakage deposit of £100 is payable with the balance. £25 Booking Fee. No pets.
Mrs C, 24.5.21 Excellent apartment, exceptionally clean and well kitted out, fantastic views over the sea, with the added bonus of secure parking. Will definitely return.
A magnificent location on the first floor, overlooking Hunstanton’s cliff tops. Sea View Heights is an attractive block of modern apartments half way between the town centre and Old Hunstanton. Perfect for watching the changing sea, weather, ships, birds and more, over the extensive expanse of the Wash’s coastline to Lincolnshire and beyond at any time of year.
known as Sunny Hunny, has something to keep the whole family entertained. Sandy beaches, 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 sweet treats. Amusements and slot machines are in abundance on the pier. A fun fair, bowling alley, adventure golf. Sea Life Sanctuary
and sports centre are found along the promenade. Children and adults can paint their own ceramics in the town too.
Take a walk along the promenade, taking you to either Old Hunstanton, via the beach and candy striped cliffs. or in the other direction to Heacham
. Walk around the sensory park or esplanade gardens which provide a colourful display of flowers in the summer months for the Anglia in Bloom competition. The Norfolk Coastal Path
takes you 34 miles around the coast to Cromer
from the North Promenade. Heritage, Horticultural or Wolf Trails are available from the local Tourist Information Centre located in the Town Hall.
Relax on the green, enjoy the summer entertainment in the bandstand on Sunday afternoons, or appreciate the beautiful sunsets in the big Norfolk skies. Book a seat at the theatre for a show, or take a round of golf, or take a leisurely ride on the Coast Liner
bus around the coast. Visit the Heritage Centre or the Coal Shed Gallery. Various festivals throughout the year include the Lifestyle Festival, Hunstanton Carnival, Kite Festival and the Charity Christmas Day Swim.
has a beautiful sandy beach with dunes There are various eating places including the Beach Cafe. Visit the lifeboat station
on a Sunday, hire a beach hut for the day (these can be hired through Norfolk Holiday Homes) play a game of pitch and putt, browse local crafts and antiques in Le Strange Barns
. St Marys Church holds various events throughout the year including the annual flower festival
. There is a post office with deli where you can buy treats for your picnics too.
Main line trains from the North and London travel to King's Lynn and the King's Lynn bus station offers regular routes to the coast and beyond.