The Hideaway is a 2 bedroom bungalow which will accommodate 4 people. It is situated in rural Snettisham just 1 mile from the beach and several hundred yards from the RSPB reserve. It is located down a private road and has off road parking for 1 car.
There is a private garden so you can bring your dogs on holiday too.
The property consists of;
2 bedrooms – one with a double bed and one with twin beds
Shower room with wc
Garden with patio furniture
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Snettisham 1.5 km|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Kings Lynn 20 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
Snettisham is located on the West coast of Norfolk along the wash between Sandringham and Heacham.
Snettisham beach is characterized by the huge expanses of sand at low-tide. The beach has an ample car park with access to shops, cafes and toilet facilities. There is also a sailing club on the beach.
At the Southern end of the beach is the Snettisham RSPB nature reserve, where once a month you can see the famous 'Snettisham Spectacular' as the rising water pushes thousands of wading birds off the mudflats.
There are also several inland lakes formed by disused gravel pits, some of which are part of the nature reserve, others forming part of the Snettisham sailing club.
The Norfolk coastline juts so far into the sea at this point that Snettisham actually faces west, making it one of the few places on Britain's east coast where you can watch the sun set over the sea. The vast size of the Wash and the flatness of the landscape enhance this phenomenon and you often won't see land beyond the sunset, even though Lincolnshire lies just 12 miles to the west.
The county of Norfolk is the fourth largest in England and with its long coastline protruding into the North Sea. Norfolk contains a wide variety of landscapes from woodland, forests, rolling chalk lands, coastline and the watery patchwork of the Norfolk Broads.
With its rural landscape and unique habitat, Norfolk is one of the best places in Britain to see both common and rare birds and therefore a popular place for birdwatchers, it is a great place to see many rare species, both native and migrating.
As well as being rich in wildlife, Norfolk has plenty to do. For the families there is Snettisham Farm Park or a day out at the beach at Hunstanton, or a trip to a Bircham Windmill or Castle Rising. Or how about a boat trip out to see the famous common and grey seals who thrive along the shores of this area.
There is also historic Kings Lynn and also Norfolk Lavender to explore.
For the walkers and cyclists there is the famous pedlars way - 93 miles of routes!
Norfolk has many fishing lakes and rivers, plus charter boats for sea fishing for the more adventurous.
The beaches are unspoilt and very dog friendly - did you know Norfolk gets more hours of sunshine on average than Cornwall !
There are numerous pubs, restaurants and cafes in Norfolk, so there is something here for everyone, from the famous Cromer Crab to a Lavender ice cream !