This attractive detached bungalow is situated in a cul-de-sac on the outskirts of the village, offering a peaceful and relaxing holiday for a small family, singles or couples. Hopefully it will achieve a four-star quality grade being very comfortably furnished and equipped. We are sure this will become a much loved holiday home for guests.
The small high street which offers a few local independent shops is about 10 minutes’ walk. The nearest bus stop is only a minute’s walk away and there is a small handy supermarket just down the road.
Only a few miles from the busy Victorian resort of Hunstanton, Heacham is becoming popular for those who do not wish to be caught up on the busy seaside town as it offers a more peaceful location. It is also still easily accessible for public transport along the coast and to Kings Lynn where there is a regular train service to north and south of the country.
Two cars can easily be parked in the paved drive with easy access to the side entrance into the kitchen. The delightful rear garden attracts all day sunshine, perfect for eating ‘al fresco’ and for children to enjoy playing safely. There is gas central heating throughout with underfloor heating in the conservatory.
Entrance lobby. Hallway. Lounge with feature electric fire. Modern fitted kitchen. Separate WC. Two bedrooms; one with a double and ensuite shower room having shower, washbasin and WC, and the other having twin 2’3” beds (can push together for double). Small dining room, leading through to the large conservatory with double doors to rear garden. Bathroom having ‘P’ shaped bath with shower over, WC and washbasin.
Driveway for two cars
; Large enclosed lawn at rear
Tabusintac is small town in the Canadian province of New Brunswick with a famous fishing river of the same name meaning in the native Mi'kmaq language ‘where the two meet’.
The bungalow is about 10 - 15 walk from local shops, pubs and restaurants and the beach is a good fifteen minutes’ walk although there is a car park. Norfolk Lavender
, Sandringham Estate
n and Kings Lynn are all within twenty minutes driving distance, and there is a regular bus service through the village too from Kings Lynn travelling to Cromer.
Train and bus connections are at the historical port of Kings Lynn only 15 miles away. Heacham
is the home of Norfolk Lavender where you can see the history of the site and buy lavender produce besides many other interesting gifts. There is also a farm shop, restaurant,plus he animal Centre and Farmer Fred’s Adventure Play Barn are open all year for children and visitors.
The village offers a wide choice of pubs/restaurants, plus local shops all within easy reach of our holiday homes here. A good bus service runs every half hour to Hunstanton
or Kings Lynn. The beach from the village is about a mile although there is parking, and two popular pubs and restaurants on the way back if you walk! Ice creams and fish and chips available at North Beach.There is a beach cafe at South Beach. Beautiful Sandringham House
with it’s stunning gardens, museum and surrounding park are open most days throughout the year, perfect for picnics and dog walking. July’s Flower Show is something not to be missed, being attended by royalty and offering a superb day out for all the family. Only 8 miles from Hunstanton, it is the perfect attraction at any time of year. Entrance to the park is free but parking charges apply. Snettisham
are very busy villages with several little shops, pubs, cafes and churches. Snettisham
Beach is just a few minutes by car and is popular for water sports as Hunstanton
beach. The RSPB bird reserve
is close to the beach has featured many times on television with its abundance of migrating and resident birds. Pensthorpe
just outside Fakenham
is also home to many different species of birds and a lovely day out for all the family with restaurant, walks, and play and information centres.