- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- Approximate Pricing: £630 - £890 per week
- Enjoy England Award: 3 Stars
1 double and bunks
SHORT BREAKS 2019:
Fridays - Monday or Monday to Friday until 6 July and then from 6 September until 20 December
20 December until 2 January 2020 full weeks Friday start unless short notice
6 July until 6 September full weeks unless short notice
3 Star Quality in Tourism graded.
If you are looking for a truly unique holiday experience with unparalleled panoramic views of the whole of the Wash from the tower of this unique three-storey building, the Coastguard Lookout offers really exclusive and accommodation out of the ordinary.
This exceptional location along the cliff tops is perfect for watching birds, people, boats, ships and the ever-changing tide and weather from the coastline at Hunstanton continuing around to Kings Lynn and then Skegness and beyond - at any time of the day.
The, fabulous west-facing sunsets seen from the top of the tower which is unique for the east coast are not to be missed and we are sure that guests will spend a lot of time in this room with their binoculars enjoying the view any time of the year and any weather with a cup of coffee or glass of wine!
The Lighthouse is nearby and the Coastguards Lookout Station was built in 1906 as the Marconi Wireless Station which played a prominent part for intelligence during the First World War by intercepting German radio transmissions and tracing the German fleet..
The Second World War saw the building continue as a signal station and was visited by his Majesty King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1943, together with Princesses Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) and Margaret, they spent time with the Coastguard and all four signed their royal insignia in the coastguards log book. There is a plaque to commemorate this on the building.
In 1976 it became a maritime museum which eventually closed. Several years later new owners carefully restored the building leaving the original features in place.
The property has been furnished in keeping with its quirky and unique character offering accommodation with full gas central heating Steps up to entrance lobby. Staircase to first floor. Separate WC. Living/ dining room with wood burner, will keep you cosy in the winter months. Wood provided for first fire. Small well equipped ‘L’ shaped kitchen with small fridge/freezer, and induction hob and oven/microwave/grill.
First floor landing; At the top of the staircase is a small box room ideal for storing luggage. Bedroom one with bunk beds. Bedroom two with a double bed and views across the Wash. Bathroom: bath with shower over, washbasin and WC, shaver point, Please note that the bathroom from the bunk room is accessed via the double bedroom. Staircase to Lookout Tower: with bar top and high stool seating gives a stunning 270 degree view out to the sea. This makes you feel like a Captain on the bridge.
From here there is a full walk around balcony with secluded terrace which itself provides stunning views to the golf course and Old Hunstanton
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NO SMOKING IN PROPERTY
BED LINEN/TOWELS INCLUDED
4 COLLAPSIBLE CHAIRS
RETURNABLE BREAKAGE DEPOSIT £100
2019 Rentals; 7 nights
4 January - 4 April 635
5 - 25 April Easter 755
26 April - 23 May 715
24 - 31 May 785
1 June - 4 July 715
5 July - 19 July 785
20 July - 31 August 910
1 Sept - 19 September 785
20 September - 1 November 730
2 - 7 November 730
8 - 10 November 675
11 - 14 November 635
15 - 19 November 635
20 December - 2 Jan 2020 890
3 Nights breaks from £280 to £490
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Totally enclosed with a gravelled driveway with parking for at least two cars. A small front garden overlooks the cliffs next to it’s Second World War pillbox..
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The popular village of Old Hunstanton with its village shop, deli with fresh bread, Post Office, selection of pubs and restaurants is just a short walk and the beach and cliffs are also a five minute stroll away. In the other direction, Hunstanton is about a twenty minutes walk along the cliff tops or quick drive to the town centre or supermarkets. It is also a perfect position for watching the annual bonfire and firework display!
If you wish to get to town and leave the car behind, the ‘land train’ travels regularly from the cliff tops, right through to the other side of town – perfect to take in the panoramic views of Wash and beyond, even in inclement weather!
Snettisham Bird Reserve is just a minute away and Titchwell Reserve is just 11 miles distant. Norfolk Lavender, Sandringham Estate, and Kings Lynn are all a short driving distance within thirty minutes and there is a regular bus service from Hunstanton to Wells and to Kings Lynn.
Picturesque Burnham Market with it's individual and specialist shops plus Holkham Hall Estate and Wells, are only a short drive. Perfect for those wishing to be away, but still within easy reach of the coast and it's holiday amenities and exploring the excellent local pubs and restaurants with their real ales and menus for all budgets.
Sailing, shopping, seaside, theatre, leisure centre, cinema, bowling, amusement arcades, many places of interest, Norfolk Lavender, Sandringham and Holkham Estates, birdwatching, country walks, golf and much more.
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Sea views near cliff tops, this detached Lookout Tower offers lovely accommodation.
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