This comfortable end-terrace chalet is located on the corner of the Kingfisher Holiday Park with beautiful views over the Norfolk Broads.
There is a small seating area outside looking over the lawns and beyond, it is perfect for a morning coffee or alfresco dining in the evening.
Step inside to a cosy, open plan living and kitchen area for all guests to enjoy whatever the time of the year.
It is an ideal room to relax in after a day out exploring.
Directly off the main living area are two bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The holiday park has the benefit of a bar/restaurant on site for you to enjoy as well as beautifully presented well-kept lawns throughout the site.
There are beautiful, scenic surroundings with easy access to the River Waveney and Burgh Castle Marina.
Just a short drive away you can enjoy the Norfolk coast and the lively resort town of Great Yarmouth with its selection of shops, restaurants and excellent attractions such as the Sealife Centre.
With plenty to do on your doorstep and an abundance of places to visit close by, we are sure you will enjoy your time here and want to return again and again.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Great Yarmouth 4.5 miles.
Burgh Castle is a rural Norfolk village, a popular holiday spot due to its proximity to Great Yarmouth. The village backs onto the Norfolk Broads and is adjacent to the River Waveney, providing excellent opportunities for fishing, walking, cycling, and watching the local wildlife. The area has several nature reserves which include Reed Fen, managed by the RSPB. Across the marsh is the Berney Arms windmill, the tallest drainage mill on the broads, with the longest sails in the UK. The delights of the Norfolk and Suffolk coastline are easily accessed, offering all the fun of traditional seaside attractions. Visit Great Yarmouth’s Heritage quarter with museums, horse racing, its long-running circus and Wednesday night firework displays. Watch the big ships arrive at the harbour town of Lowestoft, or visit one of the area's relaxing quieter sandy beaches. Local attractions include Pleasurewood Hills, Caister Castle Motor Museum, Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, Somerleyton Hall & Gardens, Fritton Lake, and Africa Alive to name just a few! A holiday destination for all family members.