- Bedrooms: 3
- Sleeps: 6
- Approximate Pricing: £450 - £850 per week
1 double 1 twin and 1 small with bunkbeds
Spacious open plan kitchen and dining area, with oven, hob,microwave,fridge,freezer,dishwasher,toaster and kettle. Lounge with free sat Tv,DVD player, X box, Wii console and large selection of games to both. Downstairs shower room with basin and WC. Upstairs 1 double bedroom with sea views, 1 twin bedroom and small bedroom with bunk beds. Large family bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Other features include, gas central heating, Wifi, no smoking policy, pet free, washing machine and 200 m to beach. public house and local shop .
There is off road parking for 2 cars. Enclosed large rear garden and patio area with seating area and BBQ.
Overstrand is a quiet fishing village with stunning sandy beaches, a well equipped local shop and public house. It's a great area for walking, cycling, bird watching and nature lovers too. Green tiles is ideal location for enjoying a relaxing retreat by the sea, perfect for cosy romantic breaks, fun family seaside holidays or just to simply relax and re charge your batteries. Discover quant villages and towns, sampling local food and refreshments along the way. Including nearby seaside town of Cromer with its unique end of the pier show and taste their ever famous cromer crab. Pop along to Sheringham and ride the popular Pop Line Steam Railway or enjoy a visit to their Little Theatre. Venture further along the coast to Blakeney where you can take a boat trip to see the seals. Slightly inland is the Georgian market town Holt, with superb shops, antique galleries, cafes and bistros. The Norfolk Broads is only a short drive away with cruises and day boats from Wroxham. Visit National Trust, for Sheringham park, Kelling Heath, Felbrigg Hall and Blickling. Which are all within easy reach. Finally no trip to Norfolk is complete without a day in Norwich. Visit museums, the castle or cathedral or enjoy some retail therapy provided by the many shops, restaurants and bars.
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