Seaford Holiday Cottage is a fantastic self-catering cottage in Norfolk offering 5-Star Gold accommodation for six people in three very comfortable bedrooms. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and within walking distance of Weybourne Beach and the Ship Inn pub, it is perfect for families who want to experience the natural beauty of the North Norfolk coast.
Weybourne is a small, friendly village surrounded by fields, woodland and heaths. It is refreshingly un-touristy, giving visitors the opportunity to experience the peaceful pace of Norfolk country life. The village store stocks all the essentials for a relaxed, self-catering holiday, while the train station is well-known for being a stop on the North Norfolk Railway Poppy Line, and has a charming bookshop specialising in books about railways and local history. Visitors with interest in military history will appreciate the Muckleburgh Collection on the former MOD site in Weybourne, which houses the UK's largest private collection of military vehicles and equipment.
The North Norfolk Coast is a favourite holiday destination with families who return year after year for the picturesque beaches and clean water. There are 43 miles of coastline with the nearest beach being only a short walk away. Weybourne is a peaceful shingle beach, but if you want to build sandcastles then Sheringham, three miles away, is perfect, as is nearby Cromer. If you are feeling energetic, then you can walk along the Heritage Coast footpath, while cycling is another enjoyable way to get around, and there is also a handy Coastal Hopper bus.
Cromer is justifiably famous not only for its lovely beach, but also for the quality of its fresh crab, and tucking into a steaming pile of freshly caught shellfish as you sit on the beach is an experience to savour. Also worth including on your itinerary for a day out are Sheringham Park with its beautiful rhododendrons, while the nature reserve at Cley is a haven for dozens of species of birds and wildlife. A holiday at Seaford can also include a shopping trip to the pretty Georgian town of Holt, a round of golf, visits to Holkham Hall or Pensthrope, and even a day exploring the ancient city of Norwich which, in medieval times, was second only to London in size and importance.
There is so much to see and do on the North Norfolk Coast that one visit will never be enough. Staying somewhere as comfortable as Seaford Holiday Cottage means you will be rested and ready to enjoy every moment.
Sarah Bradley joined Independent Cottages in December 2018
Seaford Holiday Cottage is a spacious house with comfortable bedrooms and a choice of living areas where guests can enjoy spending time together.
Outside: A paved patio area has garden furniture and a barbecue, and there are mature gardens to help you make the most of long summer days, as well as a summerhouse for shelter. There is parking for two cars on the driveway.
Additional Information: Seaford Holiday Cottage has WiFi and central heating, and all utilities, linen and towels (not beach towels) are included. A highchair, cot and stair gate are all available on request. Please ask when booking. Smoking and pets are not permitted. Three night short breaks available (Friday to Monday) during May and June (exc school holidays).
Star Rating: 5 Star Gold
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