This contemporary first floor apartment, within an imposing Victorian building, is in an elevated position in the centre of Hunstanton, Norfolk.
As this lovely apartment is just a couple of minutes’ walk from the wonderful beach and town, it is ideal for both friends and families.
Entry to the apartment is shared with other residents in the building.
On entering the apartment you will instantly find it is light and spacious with its tall ceilings and large bay window in the sitting room, overlooking the town and sea.
From the sitting room there is access to a small, cosy twin bedroom, which also has lovely views.
There is also a large, well-equipped kitchen and dining area, where you can sit and relax planning your next day’s activities.
Step down from the kitchen into the family bathroom and master bedroom towards the back of the house.
Within a few minutes’ walk from the apartment there are the wonderful sandy beaches of Hunstanton, together with its wide promenades and well-kept gardens.
There are many attractions in the town with lots of traditional seaside activities and watersports on offer.
Close by, there are the RSPB reserves of Titchwell and Snettisham, or if you prefer, you can visit Sandringham, the Queen’s county estate, taking a tour around the house, the museum and the country park.
Holkham Hall is an 18th-century country house located adjacent to the village of Holkham and well worth a visit.
This lovely seaside apartment is ideal for friends and families looking for a seaside holiday, with the advantage of so many attractions on the doorstep.
About the location
King's Lynn 16.5 miles.
The award-winning coastal town of Hunstanton, locally known as Sunny Hunny, is located on the Western side of the East Norfolk Coastline, renowned for its beautiful sunsets over the sea. Hunstanton is a great family-friendly holiday destination. The seafront with promenade offers rock and candyfloss stalls, funfair rides, a sealife sanctuary, bowls, golfing, a leisure centre, pitch-and-putt, Esplanade gardens, theatre, clean sandy beaches, donkey rides and sea tours in an amphibious craft. On Sunday afternoons a band often plays in the bandstand on the green overlooking the beach, serenading sunbathers and day-trippers, while throughout the year additional events are held within the town. Walking along the beach towards Old Hunstanton you find the richly-coloured cliff faces with intriguing rock pools. The beach at Old Hunstanton is popular with sunbathers, and also with wind and kite surfers. Within a 20-mile radius there is a large number of places of interest including NT properties, market towns and flint villages, offering something for all family members.