Luxury Cottages in Cromer, Norfolk - A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at The Brambles.
Please note: A covered HOT TUB is included.
Luxury self catering with exceptional style and quality, luxury, homely and sumptuous 5 star self catering accommodation, situated near Cromer on the North Norfolk coast, East Anglia.
The Brambles has three sumptuous bedrooms plus the Den/bedroom 4, the Master bedroom having a luxury en-suite. The family bathroom has a TV embedded in the wall above the bath! There's oak floors and Lawra Ashley carpets throughout. All the rooms have huge beds, beautiful linen, fabulous décor and lighting, plus a computer with Internet access and a gorgeous private landscaped garden with its own luxury hot tub!
The sumptuous lounge has spectacular vaulted ceiling, leather sofas, oak furniture and feature fireplace. There's a computer and desk, the computer is connected to broadband at no additional cost and there is also Wifi available throughout the cottage and garden. A Grundig surround sound stereo system, Blueray DVD and 42 inch Plasma TV with Sky+HD package, plus a HD DVD player and a selection of DVD's to enjoy watching.
The Den room/bedroom 4 offers a hideaway for teenagers and is equipped with a sofa, Sony PS3 Playstation, TV and various games.
The conservatory boasts a full size pool table for those experts wanting to try thei luck!
The patio doors offer access to the landscaped gardens, with luxury patio furniture, hot tub and the BBQ Grillzebo outside kitchen for the budding chefs! The luxury hot tub, which is set within a covered canopy is automatically heated to a perfect 38 degrees 24 hours a day, allowing you to enjoy at any time an indulgent bubbly massage and let your stresses just fade away.
The mature garden has a Mediterranean flavour and has been carefully designed to extend the indulgent experience, which includes the gas BBQ and automatic designer lighting for evening 'al fresco' dining and entertaining.
FREE WELCOME PACK
We provide you with a gourmet 'welcome pack' on your arrival, which includes complimentary wine, our famous local sausage and dry cured bacon, free range eggs plus scrummy home made bread and cakes. All you need to cook your first breakfast.
We have a non-smoking policy throughout and we welcome young children and well behaved pets are allowed in the property, subject to a security deposit.please ask
Note: We do not charge any commission for payments using debit cards or BACS payments.
BRAMBLES FACILITIES-FREE WiFi
The Brambles is very near the coast in East Runton opposite the windmill. It has just been tastefully updated into a high quality luxury retreat for 8 people + babe in arms, ideal for a Sheringham or Cromer luxury break. There is gorgeous landscaped 'wrap around' garden, which encloses the luxurious hot tub and BBQ Grillzebo.
On arrival there is a private gravel driveway catering for up to three cars. The oak floored entrance hall leads to the luxury equipped kitchen diner, a cloakroom, a sumptuous lounge with vaulted ceiling and second dining room. Three steps lead to the bedrooms and Den room, the Master having a 6-foot bed with a luxury pocket sprung mattress, a luxury shower room en-suite and High Definition Digital TV with DVD player. All the bedrooms are filled with bespoke oak furniture, linen and curtains. All four luxurious bedrooms have hair dryers and stereos which are iPod enabled.
Both the luxury bathrooms are filled with Gilchrist & Soames toiletries, very snuggly bathrobes and towels, complimentary slippers and boast under floor warming, Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware and power showers, the family bathroom have Tilevision TV's embedded in the wall above the bath.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom, 1 en suite and 1 toilet only|
|Check in time:||16:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||East Runton 300 m|
|Nearest Amenities||300 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Norwich 15 km, Nearest railway: Cromer 1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Fireplace, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Table tennis, Games room, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double Beds (3), Single Beds (2), Cots available (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair available|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available|
|Access||Parking, Wheelchair users|
The Norfolk Coast was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1968, under the 1949 National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act. It has a total area of just over 450 km2, which is mainly undeveloped coast and hinterland (up to 6km inland in places) and includes intertidal areas as well as many small towns and villages. A summary of the story behind its designation can be found in supporting information to the Management Plan.
Stretching from the silt expanses of the Wash in the west through the coastal marshes, soft cliffs and hinterland of north Norfolk, to the dune system at Winterton in the east, it is an area of remarkable beauty, diversity and scientific importance.
The designated area comprises three separate areas of coast and hinterland.
The main section is a long coastal strip from Old Hunstanton in the west to Bacton in the east. The designated area excludes the settlements of Sheringham and Cromer and the coastline between them, and the settlements of Mundesley and Bacton, because of existing development at the time of designation. This main part of the AONB includes the remote coastal marshes of the North Norfolk Heritage Coast from Old Hunstanton to Weybourne – a dynamic landscape of sand and mud flats, dunes, shingle, saltmarsh, reedbeds and grazing marsh which has a strong wilderness atmosphere, with its internationally important and renowned bird life. It also includes the soft, eroding cliffs of glacial sands and gravels east of Weybourne, which are important geologically as well as scenically, and the rolling farmland, estates and woodland of the coastal hinterland, with important areas of heathland.
In addition, there are two small outlying designated areas. The western outlier, north of King’s Lynn, includes part of Sandringham Estate and comprises part of the Wash mudflats as well as coastal marshes and lowland heath and bog, along with farmland.
The eastern outlier, between Sea Palling and Winterton, comprises sand dunes and the low-lying marsh and arable farmland behind them. There is a small area of overlap with land designated as the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.
A special place
The concept of “natural beauty” includes the area’s distinctive wildlife and cultural heritage (buildings, settlements and archaeology as well as traditions) as well as the scenic beauty of its landscape, and all of these are closely linked.
Lifeboat Museum, local lifeboat and RNLI history, No2 boathouse at bottom of The Gangeway. Lifeboat station on pier.
Museum with local exhibits
Norfolk Shire House Centre at West Runton,, A149 coast road, draught horses, horse rides, small animals, shop etc, Tel: 01263 837339
Also at West Runton National Trust walks, church worth a look, Gothic 13th century, coast road between Cromer and Sheringham. Beston Regis Heath next to it, 30 acres of heath and woodland.
Felbrigg Hall, 2 miles SW off B1436, signposted from A148 and A140. Finest 17th century house, National Trust, with 18th Century furniture , paintings, library, walled gardens, orangery, lake and woodland walks, also wooded grounds, which are free. Restaurant, shop etc, Tel: 01263 837444
Open: Easter to late Oct.
Try a walk out of the town to Beacon Hill, highest point on this coast, 300 feet (!).