Sunwright Holidays Chalet 39
from £18 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £18 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Chalet / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Chalet / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Sunwright Holidays is a collection of 2 bedroom Holiday Chalets which sleep 4 to 6 people. These are regularly used by family, friends and ourselves. They are situated on the Sundowner Holiday Park in the Newport area of Hemsby which are all well equipped and comfortable, perfect for family holidays.
Sundowner Holiday Park is in Hemsby, a charming seaside resort in Norfolk, situated approximately 7 miles from Great Yarmouth and is along one of Britain's most beautiful coastlines with glorious golden sandy beaches. Minutes away from Hemsby, you can find picturesque villages, historic places and of course the famous Norfolk Broads. Hemsby is easily accessible by car and public transport. This all makes Holiday in Hemsby's chalets a great base for any type of holiday.
They are all fully double glazed and come with everything to make your stay comfortable. There is a fully equipped kitchen including cooker, microwave, and fridge freezer. A large comfortable sitting/ dining room, with TV, free view, and DVD player.
Our Chalets sleeps up to 6 people. There are 2 bedrooms, 1 double and 1 twin, and the sofa bed in the lounge which sleeps 2 people.
We provide duvets and pillows, but do ask for you to bring your own bed linen and towels.
The bathroom is fully equipped with a full bath with an electric shower overhead. All rooms have electric oil filled heaters and there are plenty of pillows and duvets.
We provide an information pack with ideas of places to go and visit as well as tips on getting the most out of your Holidays in Hemsby.
All appliances and heating is supplied via a £1 coin operated meter which owned and maintained by the park owners, not us.
The approximate cost is on average £2 - 3 a day.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Newport - Hemsby 800 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||400 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||TV, Video player|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Access||Parking, Wheelchair users|
The East Anglia region
Truly one of the UK's greatest and most popular seaside destinations. Full of holiday surprises and contrasts, the area includes not just Great Yarmouth and Gorleston-on-Sea but also twenty one villages set in beautiful coastal and rural surroundings alongside the famous
You can be assured that you will always be greeted with the warmest of Norfolk welcomes, whether you choose a seaside or countryside holiday. When you're thinking holidays for a day or to stay think Greater Yarmouth.
There are over 15 miles of 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.
Thrills and spills, sun and fun – these are the ingredients for a happy holiday. There's always something for everyone, with funfairs to fireworks, boat trips to novelty golf and bowling to strolling.
Whatever the weather, Great Yarmouth has a wealth of indoor activities for all ages and tastes. You'll find that there's too much for a day or even a week, so you will just have to save some things until next time.
Once considered as one of the wealthiest towns in Britain due to its prosperous herring industry, Great Yarmouth has a rich and proud history with museums and monuments spread throughout the town.
Norfolk Broads and Countryside
As well as being famous as a seaside holiday resort, the Greater Yarmouth area is also widely renowned for the beautiful Norfolk countryside which surrounds it – mile after mile of open land, with traditional old windmills, windpumps and the tranquil sight of ships' sails gliding across the horizon. The waterways, our famous Norfolk Broads, are an important part of East Anglia's cultural heritage, and how better to see them than from a Great Yarmouth base.
Great Yarmouth puts the fun back into shopping, whether in the high street chain stores, some of the quirky local shops or the more traditional seaside shops. Market days are Wednesdays and Saturdays all year and on Fridays as well during the summer months.
Trip the night fantastic
When the sun goes down, Great Yarmouth becomes a wonderland of colour as our seafront illuminations light your way to a night out on the town to enjoy our theatres, nightclubs, cinemas and casinos.
Great Yarmouth hosts special events ranging from fetes to festivals, carnivals to concerts and fireworks displays on the seafront to add to your holiday experience.
In medieval times, Norwich was one of the greatest cities in England, and today as East Anglia's capital city, it still is - offering a rare blend of historic interest and modern sophistication.
Norwich is dominated by its magnificent 900 year old Norman cathedral, which boasts the largest monastic cloisters in England, the second largest spire and over 1,000 beautiful medieval roof bosses.
The present structure of Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery has stood since the 12th century and is one of the finest Norman secular buildings anywhere in Europe. Today Norwich Castle is the county's principal museum, packed with treasures and collections of national importance. Recently extensively refurbished, the museum has extended its galleries and opened up new areas previously unseen.
For those interested in the history of the region, the Castle houses the world's largest teapot collection and magnificent landscapes of the nineteenth century Norwich School of painters. The Cathedral library contains 7000 rare books including some of the earliest printed in England.
The unique Colman's Mustard Shop and Museum traces the near 200 year history of this favourite delicacy, with 15 different mustards available to sample and buy.
Known as the City of Churches, Norwich has over 30 flint-built medieval churches; more than London, Bristol and York combined! In magnificent contrast is Norwich's newest public building, The Forum, which houses 'Origins' a multi-million pound heritage visitor attraction, the finest regional public library in the country, the tourist information centre, and a variety of places to eat.
The wide range of pubs, tea-rooms, cafes and restaurants in Norwich, ensure that every taste and budget is catered for. English, French, Italian, Indian, Thai, Chinese, Greek, Mexican, Russian and Belgian flavours can all be found in the city.
A shoppers' paradise, Norwich is open 7 days a week. In contrast to its modern precincts and Castle Mall with many of the big store names, it has the added attraction of the country's largest 6-day open-air market, as well as hundreds of speciality shops in a maze of cobble-stoned
lanes and alleys. Norwich is the perfect Christmas shopping experience too, with impressive displays of Christmas lights illuminating the city from mid November.
Norwich is a city of festivals with the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, a superb multi-venue musical event, held in May, the Lord Mayor's celebrations including carnival and firework display in July, the CAMRA beer festival in October, the largest beer festival outside London, plus the Norfolk Comedy Festival running throughout October and November.
Norwich has an excellent choice of venues for a great night out. A multitude of new café bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and cinemas has recently burst onto the scene and with such a diversity of entertainment on offer Norwich has something for everyone, whatever their age.
East Anglia's Capital City
For those with an interest in the arts, there is the 1300-seater Theatre Royal, which provides musicals, opera, ballet, drama and cabaret from top national and international production companies.
The Maddermarket Theatre offers local repertory in atmospheric “Shakespearean” surroundings whilst the Playhouse Theatre attracts contemporary theatre and music from all over the UK. Housed in a converted medieval church, Norwich Puppet Theatre is one of only two dedicated puppet theatres in England. The Norwich Gallery offers year round exhibitions of contemporary art with free admission. You can see world-class art from the Tate and other international galleries at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery and the architecturally stunning Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.
Norwich also provides an ideal base to explore the Norfolk Broads, as well as the region's market towns and villages, coast and attractions. Blue Badge Guides are available for walking tours of Norwich. For the more adventurous, boat trips on the Norfolk Broads as well as city centre river trips make an exciting way of exploring the attractions of Norfolk.
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28 Oct 2014
"Very clean and welcoming"
We had a great time .the only thing was a but disappointing was electric meter wasn't mentioned. So when we got there electric was out .but otherwise a great stay .… More
2 Sep 2014
We rented chalets 37,38 and 39 for a family get together for a week over the August bank holiday week. Communications prior to arrival was good and the key arrangements worked well. All chalets were c… More
27 Sep 2013
"What a shame."
At first glance, the chalet seemed as advertised and was generally nice, but upon closer inspection , the main bedroom had some problems, these were that the mattress had an unpleasant smell to it and… More
We would like to offer our sincere apologies if you feel that your stay was not up to our usual standards. We would always wish for any issues to be directed to us so that they may be addressed as soon as they are noted and unfortunately in this instance we were not made aware on any issue until the occupants had departed. We would always aim to ensure that any problems are dealt with and use any feedback as a way of improving our service to our customers.
Our housekeepers maintain records of any issues relating to the cleanliness / maintenance issues and nothing adverse had been noted. We will, of course, take your comments on board and use them to improve our chalets with the aim that every visitor has a relaxing and enjoyable stay with us.
Many thanks for taking the time to leave your feedback.
2 Jul 2013
my wife an I and a couple of friends stayed in this very clean and well presented modern chalet at Easter. Plenty of room for the 4 of us and could of easily fit 2 more in. Gavin and Heather are very attentive and geared to guest having the best holiday possible. We have told our friends and famoly about them and are hoping to book 1 of these chalet again for the summer.
25 Jun 2013
We had a great weekend with our dog in this chalet, clean and accessible. The car park was right next to our chalet. The beach walk was beautiful and the site in general was so quiet and clean it was a great chance to relax with no hussle and bussle.