Located right in the center of Hunstanton on the West Norfolk coast and just a pebble’s throw from the wide sandy beach lies Seagull Cottage, a stylish retreat which looks towards the sea.
Cosy and comfortable, this mid-terrace seaside bolthole has nods to the seaside throughout, decorated in soft shades of grey, cream and blue and with sumptuous furnishings and bedding.
This well-equipped cottage boasts a charming sitting/dining-room with a feature fireplace and gas ‘coal-effect’ fiire and a downstairs bathroom with a rather indulgent roll-top bath plus a well-equipped kitchen which leads out onto the rear terrace.
From the dining area, stairs lead up to the King-size, small double and single bedroom where you can catch a view of the sea from the the master bedroom.
The beds have all been dressed in quality linens and bath robes and slippers are also provided.
Located 350 yards from Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary, the promenade, pier and numerous restaurants, cafe’s, pubs, shops and amusements, Seagull Cottage is a great location if you want to enjoy a short break or longer stay in this popular Victorian seaside town.
Hunstanton is loved by visitors of all ages so if you are looking for a stunningly beautiful sandy beach just minutes from the front door, that stretches for miles and miles, love the sea and enjoy seeing the local wildlife or maybe enjoy watching the world go by, then Hunstanton is a good place to do that.
If you’d prefer to leave the car, then catch the local bus, the Coasthopper and let it take you right along the coast taking in the scenery as you go!
There is parking for one car to the rear of the courtyard garden accessed via a private lane. Additional parking is available at cost in the town car park opposite.
As the only west-facing resort on the east coast of Britain, Hunstanton is known for its stunning sunsets and its striped cliffs of carrstone to the north of the town.
From the top of the cliffs you are rewarded with wonderful views across the wash to Lincolnshire.
Sunny Hunny as it is affectionately referred to by locals, is a traditional Victorian seaside resort which still boasts all the family attractions you would expect to enjoy on a great British family holiday.
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