Watch your favourite TV show after a day exploring
Cosy up in front of the woodburning stove
Lounge / dining room
Dining area
Kitchen with breakfast table
Heading upstairs
Enjoy a good nights sleep in the twin bedroom
Cosy single bedroom
Dine al fresco on the patio
Start the day at your own pace
Private enclosed garden
View to the front of cottage
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2 Crown House

Weybourne, Norfolk
Sleeps 3
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
2 star
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
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At a glance

  • Former pub converted to a delightful holiday cottage sleeping three
  • Characterful period property with attractive original features
  • A fantastic choice for enjoying an adults only break (no children under 10)
  • Private garden with a lawn and a pretty patio seating area
  • Located in the coastal village of Weybourne in North Norfolk
  • Situated a pleasant 0.5-mile stroll from the village beach
Property code: NCC19

A delightful former pub, offering period style accommodation for three guests, affording a fantastic location in the coastal village of Weybourne, just 0.5 miles from the local beach.

This former 18th century pub has been transformed into a comfortable bolthole in delightful Weybourne, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Its location is perfect for couples, families and their dogs, with the beach being less than a mile away, whilst local pub and shop are closer still. Unfortunately because of steep stairs, the cottage is not suitable for children under ten but babes in arms are welcome. The south-facing garden and charming patio area provides a wonderful backdrop for an evening drink or a spot of al fresco dining.

This area is steeped in history, with its stories of smugglers and its secret World War II camp – now the site of the Muckleburgh Collection (0.5 miles), one of the best military collections in the UK – there is plenty to see and do on your doorstep. And of course, there’s the large shingle beach less than a mile away, where birdwatching and angling are regular activities.

Once you’ve exhausted the local delights, there are plenty of attractions slightly further afield. Sticking with the coast, Sheringham (3 miles) and Cromer (7.5 miles) are popular towns boasting lovely sandy beaches - fun for all the family! If wandering quaint villages, exploring boutiques, galleries and antique shops are more your scene, the Georgian village of Holt (4 miles) is a must. For nature lovers, the numerous cycle and walking trails take you through fantastic nature reserves where rare birds can often be spotted.

  • 2 bedrooms: 1 twin and 1 single
  • Bathroom with shower-over-bath and WC - downstairs
  • Woodburner
  • TV/DVD and CD player
  • Wi-Fi included (speed can be variable)
  • Oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, and washer/dryer
  • Electric and heating included
  • Regret no children under 10, due to steep stairs (babes in arms welcome)
  • Regret no pets
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • Pub and shop 0.25 miles, beach 0.5 miles

This property is personally managed by Lee.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 5 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Joanne 13th July 2019

Lovely quaint cottage which was well equipped and in a very nice village. Brilliant location for getting around the surrounding areas. As mentioned the staircase would not be suitable for everyone as the treads are quite slim but everything else was quite adequate. All in all we would use again if coming back to the area.

Reviewed by David 29th June 2019

Lovely holiday cottage. Stairs need careful negotiation . Book early at the Ship pub for meals. Great base.

Reviewed by Peter 8th June 2019

Good location with offroad parking, easy to get to coast and local places, Walks from the front door around the windmill etc.

Reviewed by Margaret 25th May 2019

A quirky, but dated property, with a lovely garden, lovely village with a great pub serving excellent food. Be aware that the steep stairs have very narrow treads, which could pose problems for anyone with reduced mobility.

Reviewed by James 19th May 2019

There are low doors which are a hazard for tall people like myself. We hadn't realised towels aren't provided but quickly found Tesco in sherringham, 3 miles and 10 minutes away, sell them.Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The ship inn and village store close by are very good.

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Watch your favourite TV show after a day exploring
Cosy up in front of the woodburning stove
Lounge / dining room
Dining area
Kitchen with breakfast table
Heading upstairs
Enjoy a good nights sleep in the twin bedroom
Cosy single bedroom
Dine al fresco on the patio
Start the day at your own pace
Show 1 morePrivate enclosed garden


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

The most northerly county in the East of England, Norfolk is a land of beautiful contrasts. From the swooning reed beds and endless maze of waterways in the Norfolk Broads; the unspoilt stretches of fens and shingle spits where bird and wildlife thrive; a famous royal palace and the historic cathedral city of Norwich, this enticing area of England is just waiting to be discovered. Visit Sandringham Palace and see where the Queen lives or find out where lavender grows; you could journey to one of the largest seal haul outs in Europe at Blakeney Point or have a traditional day at the seaside at Cromer and Great Yarmouth. The cathedral gilded city of Norwich is a wonderful place to lose yourself either walking the ramparts of Norwich Castle or the RAF Air Defence Radar Museum. The city has an exceptional array of shops, cafes and restaurants to enjoy. Well connected to the national rail and road network, Norfolk is easily accessible from London, the M25 and from major city terminals.

Norfolk is characterised by its horizons and big skies, straight highways and rural trappings. Also, when it comes to attractions, visitors to the county will be spoilt for choice. If you love animals and birds, head to RSPB Titchwell Marsh, or the Cley-Next-The-Sea. With such a long coastline Norfolk boasts some magnificent stretches of beach – favourites include Cromer, Old Hunstanton, Wells-Next-The Sea, the dunes of Winterton-on-Sea, and Brancaster (a favourite for dog owners).

There are so many places to visit and activities to get involved in on a Norfolk holiday. We have some lovely properties including country cottages, farm conversions, large family houses, apartments and surburban home from homes in our collection. Why not find your perfect holiday home today?

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