Property Ref: 6952
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: Yes
Double Glazing: No
Central Heating: Yes
Passes Included: N/A
Short Breaks: Yes
4 berth, 2 bedroom caravan with stunning Sea Views to rent on Trimingham House Caravan Park in Norfolk.
With a large outside decking area, patio table and 4 chairs, it's great for families with children of all ages or couples looking for a relaxing break.
The two bedrooms comprise one bedroom with double bed, ample storage and a hairdryer, along with one with a full size single bed and small single bed. There is warm air heating in both bedrooms and the bathroom, which has a shallow hip bath with shower over, a sink and toilet.
The living room has large seating for 5/6 persons, a Freeview TV/DVD, modern electric fire, independent heater and a selection of games, DVDs and books.
The fully equipped kitchen has a gas oven (gas is included in the hire price), fridge with freezer box, microwave, toaster etc.
Outside there is storage containing buckets, spades, a windbreaker, garden seat cushions etc. We also have a private parking space.
The caravan offers beautiful sea and rural views from the lounge and large outside decking area; perfect for al-fresco dining.
All bed linen and tea towels are provided, but please bring your own towels and beach towels.
Mid week breaks are available with a minimum of 3 days (weekly bookings only in August).
A £50 non-refundable deposit is required at time of booking. Balance is required 4 weeks before start of holiday.
5% discount is offered for bookings of 2 weeks. Also, 5% discount for further weekly bookings within the same year.
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About the Area
Our caravan is in a great location on the brilliant Trimingham House Caravan Park. It has all facilities, including a clubhouse, heated outdoor swimming pool, children's pool with small slide (perfect for under 5s), a games room, shop, launderette and a café/snack bar that serves all day breakfast throughout the day by the pool. There are BBQ evenings to be enjoyed by the clubhouse in the summer months too.
Please note that the swimming pool opens in May.
Just a 10-15 walk away (or few minutes' drive) is the local, beautiful and natural sandy beach.
A bus service runs from the entrance of the caravan park to the surrounding towns and villages.
This is a perfect location for coastal walks or a relaxing family break.
Trimingham near Cromer on the North Norfolk coast is a lovely area for old and young alike.It is near to the charming village of Mundesley with its crazy golf course (great for families), good choice of takeaways, pubs (The Ship Inn being a great place to eat) and local shops. There is also a Tesco store.
The village of Overstand is 2.5 miles away, with the beautiful Sea Marge Hotel; ideal for afternoon cream teas. For food lovers enjoy a great meal at the Foundry Arms in Northrepps, and don't forget to sample the Cromer crab and lobster.
The Victorian seaside town of Cromer is 10 minute drive away and offers shores, restaurants, a pier with theatre, pubs, supermarket, museums, cinema, amusements and a train and bus station. In August they host a spectacular carnival week - make your way to the pier to watch the firework display; fun for all.
2 links golf course can be found within a 15-30 minute drive of the site.
Fishing at Gimmingham Lake is just 2 miles away.
Sheringham, 11 miles away, is a lovely seaside town that has a 40s weekend and focuses around the Steam Railway in September (not to be missed).
A little further north around the coast, are the villages of Wells-next-the-Sea voted the 'Best Beach in Britain' and Cley with its famous windmill and bird reserve to name just a couple.
To the south is Great Yarmouth with all its facilities (30 miles).
Slightly inland (20 minutes) is Wroxham; a well-known boating attraction on the Norfolk Broads.
The historic City of Norwich is within easy reach too and north Norfolk is a birdwatcher's paradise with its rolling countryside, spectacular coastline, miles of glorious beaches and picturesque market towns and villages. The village of Blackney and its famous boat trips to see the seals, is a must.
Within the local area there are nature tours, walks, gardens, theme parks, zoos and adventure trails for children. The North Norfolk Railway (Poppy Line) begins in Holt, a splendid market town with all facilities, and ends in Sheringham, which is a lovely scenic tour.