This spacious apartment is located close to the centre of King’s Lynn, in West Norfolk, and is ideally situated for a holiday exploring this part of East Anglia.
Located on the first floor, this light and airy apartment provides delightful accommodation in this historic Norfolk market town.
On entering the apartment, doors lead off the hallway to the bedrooms and living area.
There’s a large open plan living, dining and kitchen area, where you can cook meals in the well-equipped kitchen and socialise in the living area.
There’s a modern dining table for four and a TV with Freeview, plus a DVD player.
Both the double bedrooms benefit from having en-suite shower rooms.
The apartment looks out onto the River Ouse and in one direction you can see the port of King’s Lynn.
At the front of the property, there’s parking available.
Take a stroll into the vibrant town of King’s Lynn and you’ll find a range of shops, restaurants and cafes.
Visit the historical King’s Lynn Minster, discover more about the history of the town at the Lynn Museum or visit the quirky moated Oxburgh Hall.
Further afield, there are plenty of attractions and places to visit around Norfolk.
Have a day at the beach at the delightful Wells-Next-The-Sea on the Norfolk coast, watch the sunset on Cromer Pier or visit the cultural city of Norwich to tour the cathedral or enjoy leisure activities.
Perfectly located as a touring base for discovering the best of West Norfolk, 100D Coopers Court is ideal for a break at any time of the year.
About the location
Snettisham 2.6 miles; Sandringham 9 miles; Hunstanton 15 miles.
King's Lynn is a historic, medieval port dating back to the 12th century, situated on the River Great Ouse. A treasure trove for history lovers, the town boasts grand merchant houses, art galleries and museums, while the Custom House, built by Henry Bell in 1683, is home to a special display of the maritime history of King's Lynn, as well as the Tourist Information Centre. The town retains its original winding streets and alleys, and boasts good shopping facilities, with a combination of national retailers and specialist shops, along with a selection of pubs and restaurants. Much of the surrounding Norfolk countryside is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the West Norfolk coastline within easy driving distance. Hunstanton, in particular, is renowned for its sunsets and lovely beaches. Boat trips are available from several points along the coast, while the Norfolk Coast Cycleway runs from King's Lynn to Cromer. The impressive Visitor Centre at The Queen's fabulous country retreat, Sandringham, is also a short drive away and well worth a visit.