Norfolk Hideaway coast self-catering dog-friendly cottages offer weekly and hideaway Norfolk short breaks midweek and long weekend. our location just 2 minutes walk from the beach and the west-Norfolk coastline has the most beautiful sunsets over the sea in East Anglia. Our Rented self-catering cottage is a renovated barn in a disused farm complex full of charm and quirky leftovers from the days of its working life.
Hunstanton, Norfolk B&B cottages our view of how all guest house's should be, unique self-contained units with en-suite, no shared corridors, instead of romantic corner plot properties with your own front door. Inside our units you will find all expected facilities fridge and coffee making facilities, as well as more modern internet access and internet smart TV's also being a dog-friendly venue is hugely important to us as our venue in positioned in a location of a huge mecca for Dog lovers of the eastern and central UK counties.
One of Norfolk's favourite Back to Basics campsites just a few minutes walk to the Beach. Campers, Touring caravans, Campervans, Backpackers, Hikers and all sorts of tents welcome. Camping paddock being nestled behind two sea banks we are sheltered from any sea winds and being South facing, the site is a sun trap in the Summer, making "Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages and Camping" one of the best choices for West-Norfolk in Heacham, Hunstanton.
The Old Dairy Barn self-catering Norfolk coast cottage is a beautiful 2 bedroomed renovated barn with an open plan kitchen /diner and lounge and an annexe gives the option for an additional double bedroom.
Our cosy Norfolk Coast B&B Cottage is a secluded corner plot hideaway, a former woodshed transformed into ideal for the occasional getaway to the coast while retaining the charm of its former use.
The Roost Norfolk Coast Guesthouse is set in a corner plot in the courtyard with fire pit and BBQ facilities, providing a snug B&B double room to nest down in.
Accommodation at the Norfolk Coast Churnery gives a delightful renovated former barn with courtyard garden area, unique skylight above the traditional farmer's double bed, looking up to the clouds and birds as they fly by.
We are also going to be adding traditionally inspired Shepherd's hut Glamping in a shepherd's wagon, located in a private area of the renovated farmyard overlooking open farmland.
Touring caravans and campervans can stay overnight or longer, with electric hook up as an added option
Camping at Norfolk Coast under the stars, so close to the coast makes a great back to basics holiday for one, for couples, small families or even a family get together.
A communal Breakfast bar for those guests that are not on self-catering offers a range of breads, cereals yoghurts, preserves and fresh home scones.
We are conveniently nestled right beside the Norfolk Coastal Path which runs from Snettisham beach through to Wells-next-the-Sea and its beautiful beaches. Our Norfolk coast short break away by the sea is located just 3 miles to our north is Snettisham and 2.5 miles to the south of the Victorian seaside town of Hunstanton, yet we are in the Norfolk coastal village of Heacham, full of charm and rural lifestyle, sea fishing, dog-friendly beaches, pheasant shoots, open grazing farmland, rewilding farmland - all of which are key descriptions of the Norfolk Coastal village of Heacham.
Norfolk coastal B&B cottages and camping are ideally located for a quiet relaxing getaway by the coast, yet just a 4 miles coastal walk to RSPB Snettisham or a 5-mile walk along the coastal pathway and then inland through Snettisham wood and on to Snettisham village. Walking 3 miles North along the coastal path towards Hunstanton and beyond finds you in an "area of natural outstanding beauty" then on to Thornham along the beaches of wild samphire, golden beaches and salt marshes to RSBP Home next to Sea.
There is a multitude of great coastal drinking and dining venues along with the walks, serving mussels in white wine sauce, seafood chowder, dressed crab, Norfolk Ale to mention just a few of the local specialities.
Dog-friendly is Normal for Norfolk; you can hardly venture out into coastal Norfolk without your four-legged friend - pubs, restaurants, beaches are all dog-friendly, dog-loving places to visit.
72 South Beach Road