With uninterrupted views out over Bacton beach and its quiet village location this bungalow is perfect for a break by the sea and is sure to leave guests feeling refreshed and re-invigorated.
Exploring the Norfolk coastline couldn’t be easier from this beach side bungalow with traditional coastal pursuits on the doorstep. The charming village of Bacton offers good food in homely pubs and miles of scenic walks to enjoy. Larger traditional seaside resorts are close by, where guests can take a stroll along the pier, catch a show at the Pavilion Theatre and sample the local Cromer crab. Heading inland the Norfolk Broads are just a short drive away, while family groups may wish to visit Amazonia Zoo and the enchanting BeWilderwood park. When seeing the sights of the local area guests may wish to consider making time for the distinctive Happisburgh lighthouse and beautiful Blickling Hall.
One of two adjoining bungalows, perfect when booked together for families wishing to holiday together. Guests arriving at this traditional brick and flint bungalow will enter the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner and will no doubt notice the views from the lounge out onto the beach and sea beyond. Relax on the comfortable seating while gazing out, and once the light fades the TV will be on hand to keep guests entertained. The wood burner creates a wonderfully warm and cosy atmosphere for those cooler evenings. While there are options close by to dine out, the kitchen area is well-equipped for all self-catering needs with electric oven and hob, larder fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and washing machine, and the dining table is the perfect spot to enjoy the resulting cuisine. There are two thoughtfully furnished bedrooms, the first quite possibly being the closest bedroom to the North Sea, is a king size with glorious views and TV while the other, accessed from the inner hallway accommodates a double bed. Completing the property is a contemporary bathroom with shower over bath and WC.
Enjoying the sea air and sounds of crashing waves is likely to be a popular way to spend any downtime while staying at the cottage, and the garden provides seating areas from which to do this. Enjoy a spot of al fresco dining or a morning coffee on the garden furniture with handy BBQ. Access to the beach is via the rear garden with steps leading to a track and further steps leading to the promenade, with steps down to the beach. For guests with limited mobility, there is a ramp to the beach which is approximately 100 metres away. There is off-road parking for two cars.
Due to the current situation not all the facilities advertised at this property may be available or will require social distancing.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.