Bacton Beach House

Bacton , Norfolk, Seaside village

Check-in Time: 15:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Downstairs Description

The middle section of the Beach House has a wood-burning fire set into a brick chimney.

The kitchen is fully equipped with crockery, glassware, pots, pans, cutlery etc and a double sink and drainer.

he master bedroom has it’s own french doors leading onto the decked terrace, and mirrored windows to the front for privacy - Sea views on two sides of course. A brand new oak double bed, antique chest of drawers and side table with lamps.

The second bedroom has two single beds, individual wall lights and a very large pine triple wardrobe.

The master bathroom has a bath with handshower, toilet, handbasin, separate shower cubicle (with instant hot water) and more of those stunning sea views!

There is a seperate wc adjacent to the main family bathroom and the second bedroom.

Ocean Lookout
Child Friendly: Bucket and spade holiday!
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway: Sunsets, Sunrises and the sound of the sea!
Tourist Attractions:
  • Sheringham : is a beautiful and expansive National Trust Park property is almost on our doorstep (a couple of minutes by car or a 10 minute cycle ride). Famed for it’s Rhododendrons (usually at their best in late May), this is a diverse park with both wooded areas, pine forest and open grass areas. Visit website
  • Blickling Hall : Is a magnificent Jacobean house with a garden and park. The Hall is famed for its long gallery, fine tapestries, paintings and rare books. There’s parkland and lakeside walks plus a sunken garden to discover. Reputedly home to the headless ghost of Anne Boleyn. Visit website
  • Holkham Hall : A superb Palladian house and ancestral home of the Earls of Leicester. Set in acres of parkland Holkham Hall has cafes and shops and events all year round. Visit website
  • Cromer Museum: Which was cosy Victorian fisherman’s cottage with recreation of 19th century life in Cromer. It has a geology gallery of amazing fossils found in Norfolk, childrens’ workshops, natural history walks and Victorian Living History days. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Keswick Hotel : in Bacton. Great food is produced from great ingredients and here at The Keswick we select only the finest. With a strong commitment to fresh, seasonal and local produce the menu offers a good range of choice. Visit website
  • The Lighthouse Inn Pub And Restaurant: A short drive away in the village of Walcott.Their menu includes a variety of vegetarian options and a great healthy children’s menu, which has been designed to cater for children’s tastes and health requirement Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Spar: In Bacton Visit website
  • Sainsburys : N North Walsham which is 4 miles away, so why not pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival at the Cottage. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Norfolketc: Norfolketc is a family-run, high-quality, recognised, watersports provider operating in the tidal wildlife haven of Blakeney Harbour, North Norfolk, England. Visit website
  • North Shore: There’s private tuition and private charter on offer at this family-run watersports centre in Blakeney Harbour.Windsurfing & sailing with North Shore. Visit website
  • Mundesley Golf Club : and sits on the rolling hillside of the River Mun valley and enjoys panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. The nine-hole course, with 18 tees, provides a variety of tests for members and guest’s alike, from the deceptive par three 1st with its tricky, slick green, to the aptly named Sea View par five 14t Visit website
  • North Norfolk Riding Centre: Offers lessons for all ages from beginners upwards. It also offers hacking in beautiful countryside. Occasional rides at Holkham for experienced riders only. Visit website