Located in the coastal village of Mundesley, home to one of Norfolk’s finest beaches with long stretch of golden sands, this detached bungalow provides the perfect base to explore the area.
Exploring the Norfolk coastline couldn’t be easier from this traditional brick and flint bungalow situated in the pretty Victorian seaside town of Mundesley, bursting with charm and tradition, as well as boasting beautiful wide sandy beaches, beach huts, scenic walks, independent shops and excellent golf course. When seeing the sights of the local area guests may wish to consider making time for the distinctive Happisburgh lighthouse and beautiful Blickling Hall. 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 or head inland to the unique waterscape of the Norfolk Broads.
Guests arriving at the property will initially enter the hallway with spaces for coats and shoes before stepping through to the open-plan lounge/diner. Here guests can relax on the comfortable sofa seating after a day on the beach or exploring the area and catch up with any must see programmes on the Smart TV/DVD, and make use of the games, books and DVDs provided. The dining area provides a perfect spot to enjoy any self-prepared meals on occasions when guests choose to dine in. The well-equipped kitchen caters for all holiday dining needs and has an electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge, as well as a handy dishwasher and washing machine. Moving through to the inner hallway guests will find two bedrooms, both well furnished, the first being a double while the second accommodates twin beds. The shower room offers a shower in which to refresh and re-invigorate in as well as a WC. Completing the accommodation is a separate WC.
For those who enjoy spending any time outdoors, the pretty walled garden is fully enclosed and offers perfect sheltered and sunny spots in which to relax or dine alfresco, with garden furniture and colourful planted boarders. There is off-road parking for one car.