Holiday lets in Thornham, Norfolk

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Hideways Barn Conversion, East Anglia

, Hunstanton, Norfolk, England
sleeps  4 sleeps 4
2 bedrooms 2 bedrooms
1 bathrooms 1 bathroom
no dogs allowed No pets
family friendly family friendly

Good quality two bedroom holiday barn conversion with lovely vaulted ceilings and shared courtyard garden, located in the coastal town of Hunstanton.

Facilities & Features:
TVFree WifiGarden
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7 nights from £432
Next available: 29 Dec - 3 nights
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, Holme next the Sea, Norfolk, England
sleeps  6 sleeps 6
3 bedrooms 3 bedrooms
1 bathrooms 1 bathroom
1 dog welcome  1 dog
family friendly family friendly

Comfortable and welcoming holiday bungalow just a short stroll from a beautiful sandy beach in Holme next the Sea, pet-friendly and family-friendly, this is a fantastic cottage for a relaxing holiday by the seaside and is well located for discovering the beautiful North Norfolk coast.

Facilities & Features:
TVEnclosed Garden
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7 nights from £455
Next available: 12 Dec - 7 nights
* Price quoted is not inclusive of any applicable booking fees or local charges.

Book a cottage break in Thornham, a hamlet on the north Norfolk Coast, close to the Holme Dunes Nature Reserve.

The North Norfolk coastal path goes through Thornham. This is a superb place to stay for people who enjoy wildlife, birdwatching (RSPB Titchwell Marsh), fishing, rambles in the countryside and wildlife photography. It is also recommended for self-catering holidays with a dog, simply because of the endless number of good walks. There are nature reserves all along the north Norfolk coast. Spot small mammals and birds in the sand dunes.

sand dunes Thornham Norfolk coast

People would be assured of a tranquil holiday staying anywhere near Thornham. Its country lanes are ideal for cycling. The Coast Hopper is a bus service that runs along the north Norfolk coast and allows holidaymakers to get on and off to explore the various villages along its route. This may appeal to ramblers who like a gentle walk and by using the bus service can explore a different Norfolk village every day of their holiday.

Amazingly, this small hamlet has five very good food pubs, some of which have heavy oak beams, huge open fireplaces and centuries of welcome travellers. Another place to visit during a holiday is the Green and Pleasant Nursery on the west road out of Thornham which sells lavenders and grasses to buy and take home. Norfolk is famous for its lavender and you may just spot a field of highly scented shimmering purple if you book a holiday during July. There is a lavender farm near Heacham, seven miles west.