This spacious semi-detached barn conversion is located in the village of Bacton, just three minutes’ walk from a wonderful sandy beach.
This well-situated coastal property offers a spacious setting for family gatherings on the beautiful Norfolk coast.
This lovely property has two double bedrooms with TV, one of which benefits from an en-suite basin and WC.
Also on the ground floor you will find a cosy sitting room with a dining area, perfect for relaxing after a day on the beach.
The well-equipped kitchen offers a breakfast bar and a range cooker, ideal for preparing a delicious family meal.
Walking out of the living room through the patio doors takes you to an enclosed lawned garden with a picnic table, perfect for watching the children play safely as you enjoy a glass of wine in the evening.
With the Norfolk coastline just a short walk away, the Norfolk Broads close by too and an abundance of picturesque coastal villages nearby, the possibilities for exploration are endless.
The famous Norfolk seaside town of Cromer is only half an hour’s drive away by car and is renowned for its seafood, including Cromer crabs, expansive golden beaches and a traditional pier.
Norfolk also provides plenty of opportunities for coastal walks and cycling and the stunning city of Norwich, with its fabulous Norman Cathedral and Castle is close by too.
Duckling Barn is the perfect base from which to enjoy a relaxing family holiday and explore the many wonders Norfolk has to offer.
About the location
Mundesley 3 miles; North Walsham 4 miles; Cromer 11 miles; Norwich 19 miles.
Bacton is a village located close to the wonderful Norfolk coastline and offers a good range of local amenities including pubs, shops, a fish and chip shop, Chinese takeaway and cafes. It is also has its own fine golden sandy beach. Bacton Woods provide a great afternoon out for the whole family including the dog. Nearby villages include Happisburgh with its impressive lighthouse, as well as Walcott and Mundesley with their fine sandy beaches. Bacton is a great location for exploring the beautiful scenery of the Norfolk coast, as well as the famous Norfolk Broads. Further inland there are plenty of famous National Trust properties to visit, such as Blickling, Felbrigg and Holkham Halls, or why not visit the historic city of Norwich, with its beautiful Norman Cathedral and Castle, and of course spend your money in the many shops, pubs and restaurants on offer.