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Hemsby Sundowner Chalet 4

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from £7 /night

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Chalet. 4

Chalet | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Pets welcome

Situated on the East coast this brick built holiday chalet is located 6 miles North of Great Yarmouth at the heart of the pretty and popular coastal holiday village of Hemsby. This self catering Chalet is located at Sundowner Holiday Park, on Newport Road, which is within walking distance from the glorious beaches of Newport and Hemsby, famous for mile upon mile of golden sands and bathing in uncrowded conditions. The chalet is available to hire from early March until early October.

Sundowner Holiday Park is a family orientated park but still offers peace and tranquility if preferred. The Park is a well maintained site and our holiday chalet is situated in a particularly pleasent part of the park. This delightful 2 bedroom single storey property is nicely presented and offers good clean comfortable fully equipped self- catering holiday accommodation suitable for up to six people. It benefits from a lovely sunny aspect with a paved seating area to the front and has car parking very close by.

Facilities on the site include a 75 seat restaurant and bar, amusement arcade and launderette. Nearby is the Bermuda Park which offers a 400 seater clubhouse which during the main season features live entertainment and their indoor swimming pool is also available to non residents at a small entrance fee during the main season.

Nearby Beach Road has first class entertainment and amusements to suit everyone. A superb range of facilities including shops, cafes, bars, cabaret venues, bingo, gift shops, food outlets, a funfair and amusements of all types. A wide variety of snacks are available, with takeaway food bars catering for all tastes. Not far is the popular and lively seaside resort of Great Yarmouth,Pleasurewood hills amusement park and the "fine city " of Norwich.

So if you are looking for a holiday location to either relax and laze away your time in the sun or if you prefer those family days out exploring Norfolk, what better location could you choose as the ideal base for you and your family.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Hemsby 300 m
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Norwich 30 km, Nearest railway: Great Yarmouth 9 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Outdoors Shared garden
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Brick built chalet

Modern Kitchen

Carpeted lounge and bedrooms

Modern Electric Cooker, Microwave, Kettle & Toaster

21" TV

DVD Player & dvds



Further details outdoors

Situated in the coastal village of Hemsby, just 5 miles north of Great Yarmouth, Sundowner Holiday Park is well based to explore the many attractions of East Anglia. The site is well cared for and the chalets are situated amidst well tended lawns, making it a safe place for children.

The beach is a 5 minute walk and is wonderful, with sand dunes and wide expanse of sandy beach. There are numerous clubs in the vicinity which are available for the use of all holiday makers. Many of these clubs provide family entertainment, dancing and live cabaret.

Hemsby also boasts plenty of shopping, amusement arcades, restaurants and take-aways. Great Yarmouth is well known for its beaches and the famous 'Golden Mile' with piers, theatres, the circus, fun fair, amusements and numerous bars and restaurants. On a Wednesday and Saturday a market is held in the town centre, this is very popular with locals and holiday makers. Great Yarmouth also has a number of excellent museums including the Time and Tide museum, the Nelson Museum and the Elizabethan House museum (information is available in the chalets).

Norwich is approximately 20 miles away and offers plenty of attractions, shopping, restaurants etc The Norfolk Broads - There are a number of broads close to Hemsby including Ormesby, Filby, Hickling and Wroxham. It is possible to hire a boat by the hour or day and explore the broads further.

Further details


2. New arrivals take over from 3pm but late arrivals are welcome (subject to cleaning/servicing being completed) and chalets must be vacated by 10am on the morning of departure.

3. Chalets must be left in a clean and tidy condition.

4. Hirers will be responsible for loss or breakage of any fittings, cutlery, crockery, utensils or equipment.

Electricity is provided by £1 coin slot meter.

5. A non-returnable deposit of £50 is required for each week booked; the balance of hire must be paid 28 days prior to the commencement of holiday.

6. One well behaved dog allowed by prior arrangement. They are not allowed on the furniture and must not be left on their own in the chalet they also must be kept on a lead when on the site.

7. Our chalet sleeps 6. Total numbers of adults and children must be specified at the time of booking.

8.Sorry but we do not accept all male, all female or groups of young people unless agreed by prior arrangement, we also reserve the right to refuse a let or to levy an extra charge (refundable at end of hire period if chalet is in satisfactory condition)

9. Duvets and pillows are provided.


About this location

The East Anglia region

The stunning region of Norfolk is situated on the east coast of the country and is famous for its natural unspoilt beauty. An abundance of green fields and hedgerows hide picture box perfect villages and hamlets.

Norfolk, probably most famed for its' Broads is a network of inland water ways (Britains' newest designated National Park) is one of the U.Ks' most popular holiday destinations.

The fine historical city of Norwich has everything a visitor could wish for, 21st century shopping malls and market, cafe culture and nightclubs side by side with the medieval castle now a museum with many treasures and its cathedral built at the time of the Norman Conquest.

Such places as Wroxham, Horning, Ludham, Potter Heigham attract many visitors returning year after year wishing to enjoy the scenery, wildlife (especially birds), sailing, pleasure boating, fishing and the attraction of old worlde pubs and taverns on the river banks.

Several properties owned by the National Trust are within easy reach and the Royal Estate at Sandringham is about an hour's drive from Hemsby.


A prime holiday area with over 15 miles of fantastic coastline with excellent sandy beaches within the Great Yarmouth area, from Winterton-on-Sea in the north to Hopton-on-Sea in the south. It's all part of a great coastline offering an attractive blend of wide sandy beaches, sand dunes and cliffs – all in all, the toast of the Norfolk Coast.

Famous for its seafront ‘Golden Mile’- the pulsating heart of the resort, Great Yarmouth remains one of the top seaside resorts in the UK, With its famous bright lights, sandy beaches lined by the impressive Marine Parade with its countless attractions and colourful gardens. An array of amusements and attractions, a wealth of restaurants and a traditional pier, you’ll never be short of ideas of things to see and do no matter what the weather.

Great Yarmouth boasts a host of family attractions including the sealife centre, Pleasure Beach, Merrivale Model Village. There is also has a number of excellent museums including the Time and Tide museum, the Nelson Museum and the Elizabethan House museum. The annual Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival held on the South Quay take place each September.

On a Wednesday and Saturday a market is held in the town centre, this is very popular with locals and holiday makers. Great Yarmouth racecourse holds superb flat racing fixtures from Easter through the summer to October and the stadium at Caister provides greyhound racing and stockcar racing most weeks.

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4 Jul 2013


"Very Enjoyable Stay"

Stayed for a week in June and had a great time, the chalet is in an excellent quite location, very clean and comfortable.
The beach and all amenities are only a short distance away in this beautiful location.
Will definately come to stay again.

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Ajay A.

  • 2 Years listed

Calendar last updated:26 Sep 2014

Based in United Kingdom

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