19 Dixon Road is a Holiday Cottage in Cromer

Sleeping Arrangements

One Double + One Twin Room.

Inside the cottage

19 Dixon Road in Norfolk (photo 2) 19 Dixon Road in Norfolk (photo 3) This lovely modern two bedroom holiday property is situated just out of town, just a few minutes' drive away from the town and the beach. Perfectly positioned to visit the Coastal towns of Cromer and Sheringham with their many shops, cafés and restaurants. Tucked away in a no through road, the property is furnished and equipped to offer modern day comforts. Ground Floor Living Room leads onto a small breakfast room with south-facing patio and enclosed private garden with furniture. Separate Kitchen. First floor: Double bedroom, Twin bedroom, Bathroom with electric shower over bath and toilet.
Bed Linen and Towels included, please bring your own beach towels!
Hair Dryer
Well equipped kitchen with Fridge and Freezer, Microwave, Electric Oven, Washing Machine,
Travel Cot and High Chair Available
Large Flat Screen TV with Free Sat and DVD
Electric and heating included
Free WiFi Available
Parking (for 1 car); additional roadside parking
No smoking
Booking Saturday - Saturday
Short Breaks Welcome Min 3 Night Stay, Please Enquire

A 50% deposit is required to secure a booking, with the balance payable 2 weeks before the start of your holiday.

NB: Steps within garden
Only a 2 minute walk to the railway station of Roughton Road which goes from Norwich to Sheringham.
Pets: One well behaved dog is welcome at the property, please bring your own dog bedding.

Outside and garden

Parking (for 1 car); additional roadside parking.
South-facing patio and enclosed private garden with furniture. Backs onto woods so not overlooked.

Surrounding area

19 Dixon Road in Norfolk (photo 4) 19 Dixon Road in Norfolk (photo 5) 19 Dixon Road in Norfolk (photo 6) The East Anglia region;
Norfolk, and in particular North Norfolk, is one of the UK's top tourist destinations. It boasts fine sandy beaches, beautiful countryside and is a haven for wildlife with the area being particularly famous for seeing rare birds. The Queens Sandringham residence is nearby and it is said that she can often be seen walking her beloved corgis on Holkhams fantastic sandy beach.
The regional capital city of Norwich is easily accessible where it's shops and castle can be explored. A boat trip on the Norfolk broads only 30 minutes drive away or a boat ride to see the seals are equally enjoyable. Wells, Cley and Blakeney are also fabulous places to visit with Holt being a shoppers paradise. There are plenty of National Trust properties to enjoy.
Cromer and local area;
Cromer is a lovely Victorian seaside town with a long and unique history. It has recently featured (August 2012) in the top 10 costal resorts of the UK in the Guardian. Praised for it's 'blue flag' sandy beaches, proudly boasting a thriving pier end theatre and renound for it's speciality crabs the town is well established as the 'Gem of the North Norfolk Coast'.
Cromer is Postcard pretty with cliff-top gardens, splendid 18 hole golf course, a boating lake, promenades, pristine sandy beaches and deliciously sweet crabs to catch and eat.
Cromer and Sheringham have a Carnival each year which has events starting from early August, the carnival is very popular and is usually opened by the Red Arrows display team. Cromer Carnival week is arranged around the 3rd Wednesday of August each year.
New Year's Day also sees a spectacular firework display over the sea.
Sheringham hosts the very popular 1940s weekend every September and is centered around the Steam Railway.
In the centre of the town is a majestic church with a very high tower which is possible to climb at certain times of the day the view is fantastic. Next to the church is the Cromer museum where the history of Cromer can be viewed.
The small streets provide delightful local shops specializing in fresh sea food, a good selection of restaurants and fine fish and chips, art galleries and many individual gift shops. The high street has a good variety of shops and a supermarket is close by ensuring that everything for your stay can be found within easy reach.
Cromer's famous pier still houses a theatre providing all year round entertainment, it's an experience not to be missed. After an evening performance you will see the cliffs lit up by the towns twinkling lights as you walk back ensuring your evening is memorable.
At Christmas a 20 minute drive takes you to the Thursford Christmas Spectacular, the ultimate Christmas musical experience is simply one of the most exciting Christmas Spectacular shows ever. It is the most popular Christmas show of all time in England and is a blend of exciting Christmas entertainment, with Christmas songs, carols, dazzling dancers, beautiful costumes, outstanding music and singing from the cast of over one hundred.

This holiday cottage has its own website: http://www.homefieldguesthouse.co.uk
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Map of 19 Dixon Road in Cromer

19 Dixon Road in Cromer

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Approximate Pricing: £295 - £550 per week

Ask the owner, Kevin or Georgie a question...

Landline:01263837337
Mobile:07794058050

Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.