Escape to the coast and enjoy this comfortable end-terrace chalet.
Just a few minute's walk from the beach and conveniently located on the Beach Road Holiday Park, guests can enjoy the on-site facilities available including an indoor pool.
The location and chalet are ideal as a base for a family wishing to enjoy a traditional seaside holiday and explore the Norfolk coastline.
Parking is just meters from the chalet.
There is a small patio for guests to enjoy on sunny days.
The door from the patio leads in to an open-plan living area, a space ideal for all guests to enjoy together.
The fitted kitchen has everything you could need for your stay and opens to a comfortable seating and dining area.
There are two bedrooms sleeping four in total; a double and a bunk bed room.
The chalet has a family bathroom, ideal for a relaxing soak after a day out exploring.
The site is well-maintained with plenty of open space and grassland for guests to enjoy.
The indoor pool is a real asset if you decide not to hit the beach one day.
Scratby is one of many resorts along the coast offering a selection of amenities including takeaways and supermarkets.
Just a short drive away is the historic seaside town of Great Yarmouth, where guests can enjoy the likes of crazy golf, wildlife gardens and a Sea Life Centre.
An ideal base for the whole family at any time of the year.
Note: The chalet can also be booked with the neighboring property, Ref. 980427, together they sleep 8.
About the location
Great Yarmouth 5 miles.
The east Norfolk coastal village of Scratby is ideal for a traditional seaside family holiday or for exploring the Norfolk Broads. Scratby is one of the quieter resorts along this stretch of unspoilt sandy coastline. Close by are many other pretty coastal villages for you to explore, some offering traditional seaside attraction and others ideal for relaxing, sunbathing, cycling or walking. Scratby has a village pub, shops and restaurants all within reasonable walking distance. Nearby, Great Yarmouth offers family fun-filled days with candyfloss stalls, amusement arcades, funfair rides, sea life sanctuary, Esplanade gardens, theatre, pitch-and-putt, bowls, golfing, indoor swimming pool and good shopping facilities including a traditional market. For an alternative day out, hire a day cruiser on the Norfolk Broads and experience the wonderful scenery, along with its wildlife and a riverside pub lunch. Within easy reach is the city of Norwich with two cathedrals, castle, museums and galleries, along with excellent shopping and restaurants.