- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- Approximate Pricing: £250 - £300 per week
1 Double and 1 Twin
Seascape has an open sunny lounge in which to relax and watch TV or play table games. The lounge leads into the well equipped kitchen with full gas cooker and microwave. There is a shower room and separate toilet with wash basin.
Bedding and towels available at £5:00 per bale per person.
Electricity is payable by a card meter
Pets by arrangement only.
Outside is a balcony for relaxing and a safe area for dogs to be outside. There is parking for one car only, although extra parking is available near the main reception. Trimingham house caravan park has great facilities and includes a small outdoor heated swimming pool and toddlers paddling pool. A clubhouse with entertainment during the season. The clubhouse also has an arcade and pool tables. Also on site is a small shop and café and a launderette with tumble driers. There is a recreational field and access to via the cliff walk to the beach.
Trimingham House Caravan Park is nicely located on the North Norfolk coastline just 5 miles east of Cromer.
We have a bus service which operates every hour, and our location is ideally situated for exploring our many local attractions in the region. Cromer, Sheringham,Great Yarmouth, the 18th century mansion that is Holkham Hall, Cley with its famous windmill and bird reserve, the ancient port of Blakeney, the bustling quay of Wells-next-the-Sea, Burnham Market, Brancaster, Thursford and Walsingham are just a few of the places you may visit that are within easy reach. Trimingham House Caravan Park is approximately 20 minutes from Wroxham, a well known boating attraction on the Norfolk Broads, and there is also the historic city of Norwich hosting many attractions. Within the local area there are nature tours, walks, gardens, theme parks, zoos and adventure trails for the children.
Also more newer and more local attractions include. Mundesley Maritime Museum ,Paston Wind Mill, Elephant Playbarn. Stompers Leisure & Bowling And finally not forgetting the fascinating village disappearing into the sea of Happisburgh.
Ask the owner, June Coghlan a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.