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.