- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Approximate Pricing: £200 - £475 per week
One bedroom sleeps two
"A Pebble's Reach" is decorated with a modern twist on the traditional nautical theme. Being situated above the Garden House Gallery, art work by local artisits hangs on the walls. The bright and airy lounge has sofabed and armchair, coffee table and dropleaf dining table and chairs. There is a 24" HD TV with DVD and free wi-fi connection is available. From the bay window there is a view down Garden Street to the sea. The kitchen, although small, is well equipped with electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge with ice-box, iron and ironing board, washing machine. The flat is centrally heated throughout. Stairs (which are steep as this was originally a fisherman's cottage) lead up to the bedroom and bathroom.
(PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS RESTRICTED ACCESS WILL NOT BE SUITABLE FOR EVERYONE AND NOT BABIES OR CHILDREN UNDER 12). Decorated in white, creams, duck egg and browns the bedroom is very light and airy and has a tranquil feel. There is a king sized shaker bed, plenty of drawer and hanging space and a 18' HD TV with DVD. There is a hair dryer for your convenience. The bathroom with bath (with mixer tap and shower head) and toilet is next door to the bedroom.
Being next door to our sister flat "Seaescape" the two properties are perfect for couples who want to holiday together but still have their own space.
There is no parking with the property but bags can be loaded and unloaded from immediately outside. There is unrestricted roadside parking and a number of municipal car parks within easy walking distance. Weekly long stay permits can be ourchased from North Norfolk District Council. The flat does not have a garden.
The flat is situated in the heart of the popular coastal town of Cromer and only a stone's throw from the beach, promenade and pier, famous for it's "End of the Pier" shows and varied live entertainment throughout the year. There are cafes, restaurants and pubs on the doorstep where visitors can sample amongst other culinary delights, the local Cromer crab. (Please note that being in the centre of town there may be some noise from the pub three doors down.) The town retains a number of individual shops. There are some lovely historic houses close by including Felbrigg and Blickling which are within easy reach of Cromer. The coastline is a haven for bird watchers and walkers. From the seafront there are level walks along the beach towards East and West Runton and Sheringham to the West and Overstrand and beyond to the East. For the more active, Cromer has a well established surf school which provides hire and lessons. The Royal Cromer Golf course, with its breathtaking views across the sea, is only 1/2 a mile away. The bus station is within easy walking distance and the very popular and frequent Coast Hopper service means that it is easy and economical to travel along the coast without a car. Buses run to the Cathedral City of Norwich which can also be reached by trains (the railway station is also only a short, level walk away). For steam train enthusiasts nearby Sheringham is the starting point of The Poppy Line.
Quirky one bedroom flat in former fisherman’s cottage. Only 200 yards from pier and beach.