Northernhay: self catering accommodation in Hunstanton, NorfolkNORTHERNHAY
Boston Square,
Hunstanton,
Norfolk

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Sleeps: 10 +cot.
Sorry no pets.
No smoking.
WiFi.

Low season £500 - £800 pw.
High season £800 - £1500 pw.

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For further details please contact:

Nicola Runciman
Tel: 01223 246382
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Northernhay is a sunny, spacious Edwardian villa ideally located in a quiet square just five minutes walk from the beach. You can see the sea from the conservatory and some of the bedrooms. This part of Hunstanton was originally developed at the turn of the last century and it now forms part of the cliff-top conservation area.

Accommodation  
  • The house will sleep ten comfortably.
  • Downstairs comprises hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, loo / shower room and utility room.
  • Upstairs there are 4 double bedrooms (1 with en-suite), bathroom and seperate loo, and a children's room with bunk-beds.
  • There is also a pretty enclosed garden, and secure parking.
  • Facilities include: Washing machine, Tumble dryer, Microwave, Dishwasher, and WiFi.
Location  
  • Besides the beach and watersports, there are some wonderful walks along the coastal path, which forms part of the North Norfolk heritage coastline.
  • There is golf at Old Hunstanton, birdwatching at Titchwell and several good pubs, including the Lifeboat at Thornham and the Lord Nelson at Burnham Thorpe.
       


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NORTHERNHAY
Boston Square,
Hunstanton,
Norfolk

______________

Sleeps: 10 +cot.
Sorry no pets.
No smoking.
WiFi.

Low season £500 - £800 pw.
High season £800 - £1500 pw.

______________

For further details please contact:

Nicola Runciman
Tel: 01223 246382
Facebook

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Northernhay is a sunny, spacious Edwardian villa ideally located in a quiet square just five minutes walk from the beach. You can see the sea from the conservatory and some of the bedrooms. This part of Hunstanton was originally developed at the turn of the last century and it now forms part of the cliff-top conservation area.

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