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House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8

With its first floor living room, balcony and comfortable furnishings, this spacious and modern property is a delightful holiday retreat. It has its own large fenced garden, which leads directly onto the sea wall and a sandy beach. The balcony faces west and the sunset across the Wash can be watched. There is excellent bird-watching, cycling and seaside walks, and for golfing enthusiasts, there is a golf course to the rear of Gone Cockling itself. Bird-watchers can enjoy a variety of species to be found at Titchwell Marsh and other RSPB reserves around the coast, as well as those feeding on the sea shore, which can be admired from the balcony. The property is accessed via an unmade road (deterring through traffic).
A walk along the sea wall is Hunstanton, which provides all the usual attractions associated with a traditional Victorian seaside resort, including a small fun fair, indoor swimming-pool, and Sea Life Centre, sandy beaches (some of the cleanest in Norfolk) and rock pools. Close by is Caley Mill, home of Norfolk Lavender, covering some 100 acres transformed in summer to a haze of purple. Trips are possible to watch the harvesting of the flowers. There is a large gift shop featuring lavender items and a restaurant. Notable attractions abound in the area - the Queen's country estate, Sandringham House and gardens (open when the Queen is not in residence) with the estate shop, restaurant and extensive walks; the Palladium mansions of Houghton Hall and Holkham Hall and fine Norman ruins at Castle Rising and Castle Acre. The historic town of King's Lynn offers a wealth of ancient buildings to explore, including the splendid Custom House, the 14th-century Trinity Guildhall and the medieval warehouses along the quayside. Nearby Snettisham has a children's animal farm with tractor rides to see the deer herd and an adventure playground. Bircham Windmill, an excellent example of a restored working windmill has a tea shop and small play area.
For a picturesque detour, Burnham Market boasts a collection of Georgian Houses clustered around a pretty green, and the birthplace of Horatio Nelson can be found at Burnham Thorpe. A small exhibition in All Saints Parish Church pays tribute to his life and a lectern made from the timbers of the Victory. Shops 1 mile. First floor: Large living room with pool table and two patio doors to balcony. Well-equipped modern fitted kitchen with large dining table patio door to balcony. Double bedroom with 5ft bed and TV. Twin bedroom. Bunk bedroom. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. Wooden floors throughout first floor. Ground floor: Twin bedroom with wash basin. Utility. Shower room with toilet. Garage/games room with table tennis. Elec, oil CH and bed linen inc CotH/chairTwo TVs (Freeview)Video (small library)DVD (small library)CD/radioM/waveW/machineT/dryerD/washerF/freezerBalcony and garden chairsLarge front gardenRear garden, boardwalk leading to picnic tableBBQParking (several cars)Games room (garage) with table tennisFriday to Friday NB: Sea wall via bolted gate from garden

Size Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

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