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Sandringham Hotels

Our Cottages are the Perfect Place to Explore The Sandringham Estate and Beyond

Discover the unique and gorgeous Sandringham Estate

Some of the best self-catering cottages in Hunstanton can be found along the coastline, where you can enjoy stunning views of the sunset over the sea. These cottages are perfect for those who want to get away from it all and relax in tranquil surroundings. If you're looking for a truly idyllic setting, then look no further than Sandringham hotels cottages on the West Norfolk coast. With wide, quiet beaches that reveal miles of beautiful coastline at low tide, this is a place where you can truly unwind and escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Sandringham hotels cottages are the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a family vacation, our cottages provide the perfect setting for some much-needed rest and relaxation. With beautiful views of the Norfolk coast, Sandringham hotels cottages are the ideal destination for a stress-free vacation.

Sandringham hotels cottages are located just on the outskirts of Hunstanton in West Norfolk - the perfect location to explore all that the countryside has to offer! With beautiful views of open fields and farmland from your cottage windows, you'll also be treated to a multitude of wildlife throughout the year including swans, pink-footed geese, ducks, and gulls flying past.

A short break to Norfolk doesn't have to mean compromising on quality; between its stunning natural beauty, historical sites, cultural attractions and vibrant night life there really is something for everyone here. So why not take advantage of this opportunity and visit Sandringham during your next short break? You won't regret it!

When is the Best Time to Explore Sandringham?

Sandringham is a beautiful place to explore all year round. However, the best time to explore Sandringham would be during the spring or summer months. This is because the weather is usually more pleasant and there are more activities and events taking place during these months.

As you walk through the entrance into the house and garden, you immediately get a sense of how special this property is to the Royal Family. You almost feel as though you are somewhere you shouldn’t be, in a place that is private to another family.

The most spectacular time to visit Sandringham House is late spring/early summer, when the grounds abound with fantastically coloured rhododendrons and azaleas, the lawns are immaculately tended, and everything just looks amazing. Having said that, though, you certainly won’t be disappointed if you visit at any other time of year. The house and garden are open to the public from April until the end of October.

Find Out More About Sandringham House

Sandringham House is a stunning country estate Situated in Norfolk, England, Sandringham House is a gorgeous country home spanning 20,000 acres of picturesque land near the village of Sandringham. Though the house itself is closed off to the public as it is the private residence of late Elizabeth II, visitors are welcome to explore the grounds and even take a trip to the on-site museum! Our Sandringham hotel cottages are within 5 miles of Sandringham House should you need accommodation during your stay. One option is Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages and camping which offers WiFi and other amenities. Be sure to read reviews before choosing a hotel or cottage as there are many different types of places available which may appeal to you depending on what you're looking for.

What Hotels near Sandringham Estate are close to restaurants?

If you are looking for a hotel near Sandringham Estate that is close to restaurants, there are several options within 5 miles. Castle Rising and Heacham both have holiday gardens that are popular attractions for travellers. Bed and guests at mYminiBreak can stay within 3.9 km of the estate.



Sandringham Hotels Location

Our coastal venue, Sandringham hotels, is situated on the 1500-acre Wild Ken Hill Estate, which is being transformed into a nature reserve. The project focuses on returning the land to its wild state, letting it become a haven for wildlife once again.

The project will also be re-introducing populations of wild animals to the land, some of which will include beavers, cattle, wild boar, and encouraging birdlife such as kites, barn owls and more. The rewilding project includes the reworking of freshwater marshes to encourage bird life from local RSPB Snettisham to populate the autumn wetlands found along the coastal path. This area is easily accessible via the Coastal Footpath by the beach and is practically on our doorstep!

Looking for a fun and exciting Norfolk Coast vacation? Look no further than Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages & Camping! We have tons of great activities for you to try, so you'll never get bored. Whether you want to relax by the coast or explore the area, we guarantee you'll have a great time. So what are you waiting for? Book your Norfolk Coast vacation today!

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Sandringham Hotels Close to Hunstanton

Looking for a place to stay along the stunning Norfolk coast? Look no further than Sandringham hotels cottages! Our coastal venue is perfectly placed to explore the unspoilt, rolling countryside with miles of scenic trails and footpaths right on our doorstep. The traditional seaside town of Hunstanton is also within a short 5-minute drive or lovely scenic 3-mile walk along the coast where you can spend an afternoon walking on the beach, visiting the resorts and all it has to offer or treat yourselves to a fish and chip supper.

Hunstanton Town and its older area, Old Hunstanton, offer a variety of pubs serving real ales, craft beers, and delicious food made with locally sourced ingredients. For history buffs and culture lovers, the old villages and towns offer plenty of interesting sites, from monuments to notable figures of the past to ancient rock formations.

Sandringham Stay in B&B - The Woodshed

SANDRINGHAM STAY IN B&B: THE WOODSHED

Norfolk B&B "The Woodshed" was part of a picturesque coastal dairy farm but now, after being renovated into a Bed & Breakfast, this cottage-style room is full of even more character. You'll love the cosy atmosphere and all the delightful details that make this room so special.

Sandringham Stay in Guest House - The Roost

SANDRINGHAM STAY IN GUEST HOUSE: THE ROOST

Looking for a romantic getaway? The Roost is a cosy cottage for two that's perfect for a romantic getaway in Norfolk. With its beachfront location, you and your partner can enjoy stunning views of the coast while spending quality time together.


Sandringham Stay in Holiday Let - The Churnery

SANDRINGHAM STAY IN HOLIDAY LET: THE CHURNERY

Looking for a breathtaking location to escape the hustle and bustle of the city? Look no further than The Churnery, a Norfolk holiday let that offers stunning views of the countryside, pretty villages, and gorgeous sunsets over the sea. It's the perfect place for a romantic getaway or a quiet break from the busyness of everyday life. So come and relax in this beautiful setting - you won't be disappointed!

Sandringham Stay in Self Catering Chalet

SANDRINGHAM STAY IN CHALET: SANDY, MISTY, COCKLES & PEBBLES

The Norfolk Chalet "Sandy, Misty, Cockles & Pebbles" has been designed to capture the old-world charm of a farmhouse, with rustic wooden features throughout. This cosy, single-storey accommodation comes with an en-suite bathroom and free wi-fi.


Sandringham Stay in Cottage - The Old Barn

The Old Barn is our most spacious self-catering cottage in Hunstanton. It has been renovated to retain many of its original period features, such as the natural beauty of its internal chalk walls.

SANDRINGHAM STAY IN A COTTAGE: THE OLD BARN
SANDRINGHAM STAY IN COTTAGE & ANNEX: HOLIDAY COTTAGE & ANNEXE

Sandringham Stay in Large Cottage - The Old Barn & Annex

The Holiday Cottage & Annex room is our Old Barn cottage with an annexe that has a double bed and an en-suite bathroom. The annexe can be accessed through an adjoining door.


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Easter Events at Sandringham

Sandringham Estate hosts a wide variety of events throughout the year! From concerts to festivals, and marathons to fairs, there's plenty to check out all year round! Here's what's happening over the next month:

Easter Egg Trail

Come along for a fun Easter Egg trail on Easter Sunday in support of the East Anglian Air Ambulance! From 10:30am to 2:30pm, you'll be able to find clues hidden around the Royal Parkland that'll lead you to a delicious chocolate egg!

Chocolate eggs will be provided by Kinnerton, a chocolate manufacturer that promises nut-safe chocolate for everyone to enjoy!

90% of proceeds from the event will go to the Air Ambulance service, with the remaining 10% going to "other charitable needs identified by Priory Rotary Club".

Easter Sunday, March 31st 10:30am - 2:30am

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Eggsplore Norfolk Easter Trail

Sandringham is taking part in Eggsplore Norfolk, an Easter Egg hunt that spans the entire county! Visit the royal estate from March 28th to April 14th and keep an eye out for colourful eggs with QR codes along Sandringham's footpaths!

Once you find them, scan the QR code and enter the unique code underneath to be entered into a draw to win one of three prize bundles, each worth over £500! Each egg gives you a single entry into the draw, so the more eggs you find and the more codes you enter, the more chances you have of winning one of these prize bundles!

This event is also running at plenty of places outside of Sandringham, so check to see where else you can be on the lookout for eggs!

Thursday March 28th - Sunday April 14th

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Dog Training in the Parkland

Train your pup in the royal parkland with the help of Beau's Pawsitive Dog Training! With lessons to help with separation anxiety, obedience, lead walking, and more, you can book a slot to get some training for your dog.

Beau's Pawsitive Dog Training was founded in 2020 by Sabrina Jones, an approved trainer who has completed numerous courses with the Dog Training College. She has plenty of knowledge and experience to help your dog behave or, if they're already a very good dog, learn some tricks!

You can book classes through the Beau's Pawsitive website.

Every Sunday from 10am

a watercolour painting of sandringham house by his majesty king charles

Community Coffee Mornings

Stay connected to your local community at these Community Coffee Mornings at Sandringham Restaurant! Come for a chat and a free hot or cold drink, in gorgeous surroundings as Sandringham facilitates a welcoming and friendly atmosphere for everyone to enjoy.

The coffee mornings will start on Fridays from February 23rd, between 9:30am and 11am. There's no need to book, so you can just arrive at any time and join in the fun!

Every Friday from 23rd February to 28th June

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Sandringham Hotel Reviews

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    SANDRINGHAM HOTELS FAQ!

    When is the Best Time to Explore Sandringham?

    The best time to visit Sandringham is on weekdays during the months of June, July and August. The park is open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., giving you plenty of time to explore all it has to offer without the crowds that can flock here at weekends and during school holidays.

    How Much Time Do I Need to Explore Sandringham?

    Ideally, you should allow yourself a full day at Sandringham. This way you'll have time to explore the estate's extensive grounds and also visit some of its top attractions such as the museum and country house.

    How Do I Get to Sandringham?

    Sandringham is located in Norfolk, England. The park and estate can be reached by car from the A1120 east of Dersingham or by public transport via train (King's Lynn) or bus (Lynx Bus Service X9/X11).

    What's the Best Way to Spend a Day at Sandringham?

    Start your day with a visit to the Royal Stud, where you can learn about the Queen's famous racehorses and see some of her favourite ponies. Then explore the estate on foot or by bike before heading into Sandringham House for an audio tour of this lavish royal residence. After lunch in one of Sandringham's cafes, don't miss out on seeing its world-famous art collection, situated in two different museums within the estate grounds. In the afternoon, take a stroll through Sandringham's beautiful gardens or visit its historic church. Finally, finish off your day with ice cream or tea and cake in one of the estate cafes.

    What are The Best Hotels Near Sandringham house?

    There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on personal preferences. However, some popular hotels near Sandringham House include Sandringham hotels cottages and Norfolk Coast BB Cottages and Camping.

    Distance and Directions from Norfolk Accommodation to Sandringham Estate

    Situated less than 7 miles away from Sandringham, our Norfolk Coastal Cottages aren't much more than a 10-minute drive away from Sandringham Estate, traffic permitting! Check here for the current route between our Norfolk Accommodation site and Sandringham Estate, or scan the QR code with your phone to get the directions sent straight there!

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    Our venue offers a range of Cottages, Chalets and Glamping accommodations to suit all budgets, perfect for a quick break

    Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages & Camping LLP - OC401422
    Registered Address: 82A James Carter Road, Mildenhall, Suffolk, IP28 7DE

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