Chalet | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
7 Rainbows End is a contemporary and cosy chalet with underfloor heating, offering a choice of 2 double bedrooms or 1 double and 1 twin, an open plan lounge/diner with a well equipped kitchen area. The chalet has a stunning sea view with a decking area to enjoy it, and combines a beautifully relaxing holiday location with all the creature comforts of home.
The equipment at the chalet includes:
TV and DVD player
Kitchen including microwave
Bath and shower
Bed linen and duvets
Beds made up for your arrival
Pets £25 per stay.
Direct Access to Beach
Dart board, toys and games
A selection of books and DVDs.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Norwich Airport 35 km, Nearest railway: North Walsham 7.5 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
The East Anglia region
Norfolk is a great destination at any time of year. Miles of unspoilt coastline, internationally important nature reserves and amazing wildlife, hundreds of picturesque villages, historic market towns, fantastic seaside resorts including the bright lights of Great Yarmouth, The Norfolk Broads - Britain's magical waterland, and Norwich, a fantastic heritage, entertainment and shopping city, are just some of the delights on offer.
From make-believe roars at Dinosaur Adventure to real roars at our award-winning zoos; from oohs and aahs at the cuddly animal centres to a pure adrenalin rush as they experience the rides at the Pleasure Beach; Norfolk's just one big adventure playground.
And adults have fun too. Explore Norfolk's grand stately homes and HM The Queen's country residence at Sandringham, wander round age-old castles, sites and priories, climb up to the top of Norfolk's working windmills, visit peaceful water gardens and specialist plant centres and then stop off for a welcome cup of tea and delicious piece of cake.
There are rose gardens and railways, nature reserves and nurseries, military museums, steam engines, craft centres, boat trips, country parks and wildlife parks. Marvel at ancient monuments, potter round museums and galleries, try a tipple at the breweries and cider makers and have some good old fashioned fun at the fair. There's plenty of things to do in Norfolk.
The beautiful scenery and great outdoors are inspirational and you'll find yourself trying things you would never have thought of before. How about swinging from the high ropes aerial assault course at Go Ape! in Thetford Forest; or going up in a hot air balloon; or setting out for some offshore fishing; or working your way out of a seven acre maize maze; or even braving a close encounter with a 14ft python, bearded dragon or fully grown American Alligator? The attractions in Norfolk can be larger than life!
Please see www.visitnorfolk.co.uk for further information.
Having kept its soul and its population, Bacton is quiet and unpretentious, with a brilliant beach into the bargain. There are some lovely cottages dotted about the village, whose population at the last census was 1,130. Some of the prettiest cottages ring the church, St Andrew's, set out to the west of the settlement in the fields. St Andrew's is an interesting church, the main body of the 15th-century building small and neat, with great big tower attached to it, rather out of scale. Within the village there are a few remains of Bromholm Priory, a Cluniac establishment that was once a great place of pilgrimage, famed for having a large piece of the true cross. Bacton has a tremendous beach, stretching southwards to the adjacent village of Walcott (really they run together) where there is a great chip shop and local shop which sells everything you need and some things you didn't realise you did. There are nearby good pubs too and on Sundays, Margaret and Russell at the Keswick Hotel serve a wonderful carvery. The beach, somewhat rarely for Norfolk, has the occasional ammonite fossil to delight children and adults alike, and those who know what they are looking for can sometimes find amber and even agates, though for kids the sea-glass and pebbles are just as much fun.
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6 Sep 2014
"very relaxing place to stay"
nice clean and well kept chalet and site lovely beach not far to get to lots of interesting places like cromer and the broards… More
22 May 2014
"Very comfortable accommodation, well located"
Rainbow's End turned out to be surprisingly residential - a semicircle of bungalows in a dozen terraced clusters of four with a huge central green, adjacent to the sea. There was no shop or bar,… More
18 Apr 2014
"Great spot for the beach"
This really is a stones throw from a sandy beach. Kids loved toddling from the front door to go and make sand castles, beach was remarkably quiet and clean. I had been worried about all the dog frie… More
18 Mar 2014
"Quiet Seaside Haven"
Stayed at 'No 7' for four nights and enjoyed every single minute. The weather was wonderful and we were very lucky for mid March! The chalet is immaculate and beautifully presented and very … More
3 Aug 2013
"A lovely challet, beautiful surroundings"
My husband, children and i have just returned from staying in 7 rainbows end. We had a lovely week and really enjoyed ourselves. The local people around this area are so friendly and kind it took a wh… More
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