Beech Lodge in Weybourne
Relax, unwind and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of Beech Lodge on the delightful Weybourne Hall Park.
Short Breaks available and flexible change over dates.
Beech Lodge is gas central heated and comprises of 2 bedrooms : 1 double, 1 twin. (Double bedroom has a t.v. and en-suite shower room). Separate bathroom, with bath and overhead shower.
There is a large open plan fully fitted and equipped kitchen with dishwasher,washing machine,fridge freezer and microwave.
The lounge has satellite t.v, dvd player and internet access. The dining area off the kitchen has French doors leading out to a large decking.
Regrettably no pets or children.
Strictly NO SMOKING.
Linen and towels provided.
Arrival 2pm, departure 10am.
Photographs by Ben Balfour.
1 double bedroom + 1 twin room.
A fully glazed sea view aspect over farmland and the North Norfolk Coastal Path opens onto decking where you can enjoy the morning & evening sun and beautiful views.
Two steps from the car park area onto the decking.
Car parking for 2 cars.
Beech lodge is in a small quiet lodge park set in woodland overlooking the sea & North Norfolk Coastal Path.
Weybourne Hall Park is situated in the charming village of Weybourne on the North Norfolk Coast.
The park lies adjacent to priory ruins and the village church.
The village has a public house, a shop and tea rooms.
The shingle beach is a five minute walk along a path adjacent to the road to the beach car park.
Weybourne is situated 3 miles west of Sheringham and 5 miles from the seaside fishing town of Cromer. It is 4 miles from the Georgian town of Holt.
Further along the coast there are delightful villages and extensive sandy beaches at Wells & Holkham.
A hopper bus stops outside the village church runs frequently along the coast to Burnham Market one way and Sheringham the other way.
Ask the owner about features, availability, pricing etc.
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