Number Eleven is a beautiful, modern bungalow benefiting from a wonderful rural location in the East Anglian village of Weybourne.
This stunning property comes within reach of lush countryside and scenic coastline, making it a fabulous location to get away from it all for a while.
Upon arrival you will be instantly stunned by the immaculate interior; its oak features and grey and silver tones fill the property with style and class.
A divine twin room lies to your left, decorated to a hotel room standard to ensure a peaceful spot to get your rest.
Adjacent lies a heart-warming living/dining room, beautifully contrasting rustic countryside features with contemporary touches to create an ideal spot to put your feet up in front of the fire with your loved ones.
Prepare for a day of thrills and excitement in the luxurious family bathroom, hosting a bath and a shower along with a delightful driftwood windowsill adding character.
Rustle up those hearty home-cooked meals in the up-to-date kitchen, glistening worktops and high-quality equipment set you up perfectly for your break.
Lastly, a double bedroom is bursting with elegance, boasting classy silver décor and homely features.
When the sun comes out, step out into the back garden and be welcomed by a perfectly maintained lawn along with a lovely patio, sit and relax with a refreshing drink whilst listening to the vintage steam trains chugging along nearby.
Weybourne is a delectable little village home to a pub and a shop as well as having a number of scenic footpaths to make the most of, alternatively take a soothing walk to the nearby beach.
The popular seaside town of Sheringham rests nearby and is certainly worth a visit with its wealth of amenities and activities.
A superb, high-quality cottage perfect for guests wishing to explore this fine region.
About the location
Sheringham 3.2 miles; Holt 4 miles; Cromer 7.4 miles.
Weybourne is a beautiful fishing village located on the coast road between Sheringham and Holt, near Cromer. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the village is surrounded by arable fields, woodland and heathland, making it excellent for walking both coastal routes and in the countryside. There is also excellent road cycling along the coastal roads, as well as sea fishing, river trips to see the seals, a championship golf course and many other things to do locally. Weybourne sits centrally on the Sheringham-to-Holt Poppy Line, which is home to steam and vintage diesel trains and offers a ‘hop on hop off’ service between the towns throughout the summer. Visit Blue Flag beaches at Cromer and Sheringham, or go birdwatching at Blakeney and Wells.