- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 3
- Approximate Pricing: £300 - £585 per week
1 bedroom with kingsize bed and 1 single bedroom
Ground floor: 2 steps up to the front door. Front door opening into lounge with comfortable seating and bay window, 43" Smart TV, DVD player, gas fire, staircase leading to first floor landing and double doors opening to: Open plan kitchen/diner with gas hob with gas oven, microwave oven, Tassimo coffee machine, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge/freezer , DAB radio and dining table with 4 chairs and door leading into: Conservatory with seating and door leading to rear courtyard garden.
First floor: Landing with doors leading to: Bedroom: with 1 single bed (cupboard with boiler). Master bedroom: with Kingsize bed and built in storage. Family bathroom: walk in shower, heated towel rail, WC and pedestal hand basin.
Please note: Location: beach 12-minute walk, local shops 0.2 miles. 2 x small well behaved dogs welcome at £20.00 per dog, per week. WiFi. Iron, ironing board and hairdryer provided. Travel cot available (please bring own bedding), stairgate and highchair available. Outside: small courtyard garden with shed, BBQ and outdoor furniture. Linen and towels provided. On road parking. Dog bed and dog bowls available.
Please note that our property is managed by Keys Holiday Cottages. 4* GOLD award from Visit England.
Outside: small courtyard garden with shed, BBQ and outdoor furniture. On road parking.
Location: beach 12-minute walk, local shops 0.2 miles.
Sheringham Park is a woodland garden set in 1,000 acres of landscaped gardens, designed by the famous Humphrey Repton and is famous for its rhododendrons and azaleas.
For a spot of history, venture towards Felbrigg Hall, a 15th century mansion with lavish interiors and stained-glass windows and themed rooms that are a must-see.
To the east discover the resort of Cromer with its famous Pier and cliff top walks and further along this stretch of the coast are numerous flat, sandy beaches that are often not over populated even in the summer. Head west and discover the open marshes at Stiffkey and Cley-next-the-Sea and seaside villages such as Blakeney and Wells-next-the-Sea, each with their own unique character. With great pubs, delis, smokehouses, farm shops and eateries there are plenty of places that showcase the produce that Norfolk is justifiably famous for such as crabs, mussels, cheeses, wines and more. The area is rich in history too with Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall both run by the National Trust and Holkham Hall, the seat of the Earl of Leicester, which is still an independent family-run estate all nearby. This is a wonderful part of the county and a holiday here will bring back many happy memories for years to come.
Conservatory, gas fire and a cosy sofa - perfect for a winter retreat!
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