Property Ref: 4851
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: Yes
Double Glazing: Ask
Central Heating: Ask
Passes Included: Ask
Short Breaks: Ask
Caravan 19 (Bellette) is a modern (being only 3 years old) 26ft by 10ft, 2 bedroom, 6 berth static caravan with central heating and double glazed windows.
One bedroom has a double bed whilst the other has two single beds, which can slide together to make a double if preferred. There is also a double pull-out bed in the lounge.
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About the Area
Sited on The Gap Caravan Park in East Runton on the beautiful North Norfolk coast, the caravan is just a quick 400 metre walk from the beach and an equal distance from the village of East Runton, which boasts two public houses, a fish and chip shop, general store, butcher and other retailers.
There are bus stops in the village with routes along the coast to Sheringham, Wells Next to Sea and Hunstanton, plus a regular service to Norwich.
The Gap Caravan Park is owned by a local family and has been for over 30 years. It is about a mile from the seaside town of Cromer, either along the road or along the cliff edged beach or cliff top pathways. Cromer offers the pier with its pier end shows and lifeboat station, and views of the Green Flag beach. It also offers a vast array of shops, supermarkets, amusement arcades and lots for the family to do.
Sheringham is about 3 miles away, offering the Poopy Line steam railway that operates all year round from Sheringham to the Victorian town of Holt. It too has a lovely beach and many weekend attraction and events throughout the year, including the famous 1940's weekend, the classic car rally, crab and lobster festival weekend and yearly carnival week. Sheringham also has all the normal shops of a seaside town and much more, including museums and a lifeboat station.
Also nearby is the Muckleburgh collection with its vintage army vehicles. There are many local National Trust properties to visit too, and lots of wooded areas to walk shaded from the hot summer sun.
Both Cromer and Sheringham have mainline train stations.