Norfolk Coast

Many of our beaches are certainly worth a visit and with the East Norfolk Coast from Great Yarmouth, Horsey and Winterton, through to Happisburgh, Mundesley, Overstrand and up to the North Norfolk Coast of Cromer, Sheringham, Wells and Blakeney and Holkham, within a 15-50 minute drive, all are in easy reach from our cottages.

Happisburgh is within 6 miles of the cottages and this is where the only independently operated and oldest working light on the Norfolk coast is situated, Happisburgh Lighthouse. It is open for visits during April-September on specific days, but the view from the top is worth the 96 steps! 

Cromer, a traditional Victorian seaside resort, with a sand and shingle beach popular for swimming and surfing and its pier, Mundesley, with its long sandy beach and colourful beach huts and Overstrand for its quieter appeal.

Sheringham and East/West Runton beaches have many rock pools when the tide is out, great for children, and Great Yarmouth is the place to go if you like fairgrounds and amusements and the more traditional seaside resort.

Stunning Holkham for its far stretching unspolit sands, and nature reserves, Winterton for it sandy beach and dunes and Wells, a 'must-see' beach for its beach huts and mile-upon-mile sands and shallow waters when the tide is out.


  • Within 15 minutes of the Norfolk Coast & Broads
  • 3 peaceful and spacious countryside cottages
  • Flexible short breaks and holidays, from a minimum of 2 nights
  • Ideal for couples, families, walkers & cyclists
  • On the doorstep of the Weaver's Way
Guest Comments

Wonderful. Our first visit to Norfolk and hopefully not the last! Great stay, perfect weather and accommodation. Loved the area. Wonderful Walks, beaches and boats. Thanks for a great holiday (Little ...

Anne & Chris, Brussels