Sea View Lodge in Weybourne
Beautiful lodge in Weybourne with panoramic views over fields to the sea
Sleeps 6 people in one double and 2 twin bedrooms
2 bathrooms - en-suite shower room plus separate bathroom
Modern well fitted kitchen including dishwasher
There is a master double bedroom with en-suite shower room and two further double bedrooms with twin beds which share the main bathroom. The modern fitted kitchen has an induction hob and two ovens, washing machine, dishwasher and all the usual kitchen gadgets
Gas central heating and full insulation ensure The Lodge is cosy during the winter months. In summer The Lodge is light and airy. A beautiful home from home.
The spacious open plan lounge and dining room look out through French windows over fields to the sea while the wide timber decking outside provides lovely panoramic views.
Price per week pound;300 - pound;750 peak season
Sorry - no dogs or other pets. Strictly NO SMOKING
Comments from guests who have stayed:
'The stay in your beautiful lodge was a real joy - amazing views'
'The lodge looked wonderful when we saw it online and the lodge in real life was even better.'
'The standard of the lodge and its facilities are excellent and we will be back next year.'
'We would like to stay here permanently please,what a wonderful place'.
'We were pleasantly surprised when we walked into your light, airy and spacious lodge - the internet doesn't do it justice'.
'We have once again spent a perfectly relaxing week in this beautiful lodge'.
1 double + 2 twin bedrooms.
Sea View Lodge is situated in the wooded and landscaped gardens of Weybourne Hall.
A great location for a North Norfolk holiday, close to Holt, Blakeney, Sheringham and Cromer
Weybourne is a quiet unspoilt village on the coastal road between Sheringham, five miles to the East, and Wells, 16 miles to the West.
The pretty 15th century church is at the heart of the village with The Ship Inn and village stores close by . It is here that the coast hopper bus stops - an ideal way to travel the breadth of the North Norfolk coast. A short walk of 10 minutes to the south of the village brings you to the station from which you can travel to Sheringham or Holt on the restored steam railway called The Poppy Line.
There is so much to do and see in the countryside around Weybourne. The beach is on the Norfolk Coastal Path which runs from Hunstanton to Cromer and is very popular with walkers and bird watchers. There are further local walks with spectacular views at Kelling and Muckleborough Heaths and at Sheringham Park.
There is National Trust property a plenty and great houses like Holkham Hall and Felbrigg Hall to visit. The Cley marsh study centre is testament to the terrific variety of bird life which can be found around the shores of North Norfolk and the reason why so many birdwatchers visit the area.
The beaches at Holkham and Brancaster are stunning and accessible and the seaside towns of Cromer and Sheringham both with a host of family entertainment and numerous attractive villages are within easy reach.
For shopping, the bustling Georgian market town of Holt is close by. Here you will find many fine restaurants, tea shops, art galleries and antique shops.
Ask the owner about features, availability, pricing etc.
Kelling (1 mile away)
High Kelling (2 miles away)
Salthouse (2 miles away)
West Beckham (3 miles away)
£100 - £150 per day
£375 - £775 per week