A beautiful holiday home which combines luxury, comfort and convenience so you can get the very best from your next seaside getaway. With bright and spacious accommodation throughout, this property has been furnished to a high standard to ensure a wonderful self-catering holiday for 10 guests. On the ground floor there is a fully equipped, modern kitchen which has everything supplied for creating a delicious meal for your party. Open plan to the dining area and conservatory; this space is ideal for socialising with your guests over home cooked feasts. For relaxation there’s a sumptuous sitting room with comfortable seating, wood burner and Smart TV. When it’s time to recharge those batteries after long days exploring Norfolk, head upstairs and you will find four beautifully styled bedrooms and two bathrooms with a further ensuite bedroom on the ground floor. Outside boasts a stunning, peaceful garden which is very well tended. With a raised decking area for alfresco entertaining, plenty of lawn for children to run about on and a pergola with heady floral scents, you’ll be spending most of your stay enjoying outdoors! The sandy Blue Flag beach is an easy 10-minute stroll away from The Property, where you can stop for all the traditional seaside treats or take a break at the popular Ship Inn, overlooking the sea. The Norfolk Broads and cultural city of Norwich are within easy driving distance making this a great location if you wish to explore further afield too. Shop/Pub: walking distance
Entrance into hallway
Kitchen/Dining area with gas AGA, fridge/freezer with water and ice dispenser, dishwasher, dining table with bench and chairs and door to the garden
Conservatory with comfortable seating, open to the kitchen/dining area and French doors to the garden
Sitting Room is dual aspect with comfortable seating, Smart TV and wood burner
Bedroom 1 with double bed, fitted wardrobes, chest of drawers and bedside tables En-suite with walk-in power shower, washbasin, wc and heated towel rail
Utility with microwave, washing machine and dryer
Cloakroom with washbasin, wc and coat and shoe storage area
Bedroom 2 is dual aspect with double bed, fitted wardrobes, chest of drawers and bedside tables
Bedroom 3 is dual aspect with double bed, fitted wardrobes, chest of drawers and bedside tables
Shower room with walk-in power shower, washbasin, wc and heated towel rail
Bedroom 4 with king size bed, fitted wardrobes, chest of drawers and bedside tables
Bedroom 5 with twin beds, fitted wardrobes, chest of drawers and bedside tables
Bathroom with bath, walk-in power shower, washbasin, wc and heated towel rail
Garden: Large garden with lawn, pergola and mature plants. Raised decking with seating and summer house. Patio with dining and bistro sets and charcoal barbeque. Shed for bicycle storage.
Parking: For 4 cars on driveway. Please do not park on the grass verge outside the house.
Heating: Gas Central Heating and wood burner.
Pets: Sorry this property does not accept pets.
Also Provided: Bed linen and towels (please bring your own beach towels). Wi-Fi. Welcome Tray. Hairdryers. Travel cot (bring own linens), Highchair and Stairgates. Starter pack of logs in the colder months.
Notes: No Hen or Stag Parties at this property. This is a non-smoking property. Mobile signal: variable.
With a clifftop promenade and gardens, an award-winning Blue Flag beach hugged by colourful beach huts, crazy golf and one of the smallest maritime museums in the UK, Mundesley is a truly delightful coastal village. When the tide is out the shallow waters and long, sandy beach make this a play haven for young and old alike. Mundesley’s Gold Park offers outdoor gym, multi-use games area, skate park and play area. There are plenty of pit stops for coffee and cake, fish and chips, good local shops for everyday needs and The Ship Inn has an increasingly growing reputation. There is an excellent 9-hole golf course and driving range in the village with both horse riding and sea fishing available locally. The Broads National Park is just a short drive away - enjoy river trips at Wroxham, the capital of The Broads, where you can even captain a boat yourself! Venture further afield for playbarns, Amazona Zoo at Cromer, the National Trusts’ Felbrigg and Blickling estates, nature reserve and bird watching at Cley and railway buffs can choose from the steam line from Sheringham to elegant Holt or the small gauge Bure Valley Railway to The Broads National Park. The picturesque Georgian town of Holt is about 12 miles away and has excellent shopping facilities. There is plenty to do here and a visit to the east of the county will not disappoint.