Chalet no 117

The Chalet has 2 bedrooms, one with double bed, and one with twin beds. No 117 has a shower over the bath and WC.

Sitting Room/Kitchenette
Well equipped kitchen which includes Microwave.
Sitting room: Large window, colour TV, DVD and heater.

  • Bed linen and towel are supplied.
  • Light/Heating: £1.00 coin meter
  • The Chalet sleeps up to 4 persons.
  • Children are welcome. Highchair and cot available.
  • One small dog by arrangement (£15.00 p/w.)
  • The chalet has a rating of 3 stars from the English Tourist Board.

No 117 a slightly larger detatched chalet on almost level ground and parking nearby. The period of tenancy is from 1.00pm on Saturday until 10.00am the following Saturday.

Sorry No Smoking

How to get there:

From Norwich, take the A140 to Northrepps, turn to the left onto the A149 to Cromer. At Cromer, turn right and follow the hospital signs and the yellow mark on the brochure map.

Nearby you will find a play and recreation area, cliff-top walks, sandy beaches and Happy Valley leading to Cromer Lighthouse. Cromer is famous for its pier and unique end of pier show. The town is proud of the beautiful church, boasting the highest tower in Norfolk. Freshly caught and prepared crab is the local delicacy. The Suffield Park area of Cromer has local shops including Post Office, Newsagent and Convenience store. All are contained within 0.6 miles of the chalet. Also within Suffield Park is a Fish and Chip Shop and Chinese take-away.

Cromer Beach Railway Station is 1.3 miles from King's Chalet Park and is situated on the opposite side of the town. The Bus Station and Tourist Information Office at the far end of the town is 1.1 miles.

The Golf Club is nearby, it may be possible to obtain a holiday membership.

North Norfolk stretching for 43 miles, with three quarters of the coastline designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the area is ideal for cycling, walking, bird watching or just simply relaxing. Take coastal routes and you will find nature and bird reserves, fishing villages, Market towns, harbours and quays.

The picturesque Norfolk Broads are less than an hour journey away and pleasure cruisers are available for hire.

Visit many fine historic houses and grounds - serveral are owned by The National Trust.

The City of Norwich is famous for it's Castle incorporating a Museum, Cathedral, The Forum Millennium Library and large shopping centre.


For full details, or to make a booking, contact:
Mrs Ann Jones, Sloley Farm, Sloley, Norwich,
Norfolk, NR12 8HJ
Tel: 01692 536281
e-mail: [email protected]

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