Old hunstanton North Norfolk
Stone Lodge is a light and airy flint holiday cottage situated in the coastal village of Old Hunstanton on the North Norfolk coast and is superbly located for a relaxing beach holiday or short break.
Tucked away off the coastal road and comes with a laidback, contemporary vibe. Offering luxury accommodation for up to five guests, it is equally perfect for a small family or one or two couples wanting plenty of space and great facilities.
This pretty semi-detached cottage, comes with a large open plan kitchen, dining, sitting room with French doors opening onto two eating areas and there is plenty of space inside and out on the terrace to dine alfresco.
With three lovely appointed bedrooms decorated in coastal tones with quality mattresses, pretty linens, soft pillows and duvets, you can be assured of a good night’s sleep and long lie-ins. In addition to the family bathroom there is also a downstairs shower room making it a great cottage when two couples want to holiday together.
From Stone Lodge you can explore some spectacular coastal walks; the beautiful sandy beaches; gaze at the famous red cliffs; and play on the famous championship Links golf course, all of which are just a few minutes’ walk from the cottage.
With a superb village shop two minutes walk away there’s no excuse either not to pop out for croissants and pastries in the morning. There are several places to eat, including the family-friendly Lodge Hotel, Mariners Arms and the very special and divine Michelin-starred restaurant, The Neptune Inn.
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With Old Hunstanton’s beach, pubs, restaurants, sandy beaches and water sports all within easy walking distance, you couldn’t find a better location.
Old Hunstanton is one of a few exceptions along the North Norfolk coast in that you can access the beach without having to trek over the salt marshes to get there! The vast sand dunes and pretty beach huts make this an ideal family retreat, and for those who are more active there is a wide array of places to paddleboard, kayak, kite surf, play golf and tennis.
There are plenty of places to eat, all within walking distance including The Neptune Inn, The Lodge Hotel, The Mariners Arms and the traditional beach café which sits opposite the lifeboat station.
With the RSPB Titchwell nature reserve just a few miles away and the coastal path in easy reach, this is a great place to start your tour of North Norfolk. Enjoy gentle rambles along the coast and countryside walks on warm summer days or autumnal bike rides along the quiet narrow lanes.
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