Holiday Accommodation Details for Holiday Chalets in Cromer, Norfolk

Holiday Chalets in Cromer
Holiday Chalets in Cromer

Overstrand Road, CROMER, Norfolk, NR27 0DJ

Hello fellow hounds I’m Wizz a ‘very much retired’ greyhound. I live in Cromer on the North Norfolk coast which is a fabulous place to live or visit.   My folks have recently been very busy updating two chalets on the Kings Chalet Park, Cromer.  They are in an amazing location for us canines as the chalet park is beside the warren woods and happy valley, great walks right from the chalet doorstep.

You will want to explore the beach of course.  Follow the cliff top path that leads down to the town and along the way there are steps or slopes down to the beach.   I love going down when the tide is out and having a leisurely paddle and a little trot along the wet sand.  Now, as I mentioned the cliff path also leads to the town which has plenty of dog friendly cafés and pubs, shops too, but not my kind of thing - unless it’s the butchers, or the pet shop … mmm!

There are lots of places to visit just a short ride in the car, Felbrigg Hall (my favourite woods, they are big and so are the sniffs!) and Blickling, both National Trust.   Lots of nearby towns to explore like Sheringham (beach again), Holt (country park).  Wells, Blakeney, Holkham a bit further along the coast, then there is the Norfolk Broads and much more.

Here is the information about the chalets which your pack will need to know about . . . .

Two side by side semi-detached chalets in an excellent location with parking just a few steps away and conveniently close to the gate at the back of the park which leads out to a recreation field with children’s play area, woodland walks and the scenic cliff path leading to the town and beach.

Both chalets are double glazed and have the same layout, lounge with kitchenette, double bedroom, twin bedroom and bathroom.  Non-slip luxury vinyl flooring throughout apart from the bedrooms which are carpeted.

Lounge – Sofa bed, chairs, dining table and chairs, radio, rug, TV with DVD player with selection of DVD's, books and games.  There is an electric wall heater and freestanding plug in convector heater.

Kitchenette – The kitchen is well equipped with electric fan oven/grill, electric hob, microwave, toaster, undercounter fridge-freezer and plenty of utensils/crockery/pans etc.

Bedrooms – Double bedded room with wardrobe and drawers, free standing plug in convector heater.  Twin bedded room, with wardrobe and drawers.  All duvets and pillows provided, please bring your own bed linen or this can be hired at the cost of £5 per bed.

Bathroom – Pedestal sink, toilet, small bath with electric shower over and bathroom wall heater.
  • Electricity is via a £1 coin meter.
  • Towels included for up to 4 guests.
  • The chalets ideally sleep 4 people, maximum 6 with use of sofa bed.
  • We are flexible with short breaks and weekly bookings, choose start and finish days (subject to availability)
  • Season - late March to end October.
  • Weeks from £210 to £365
  • Short breaks from £90
Hi! Wizz here again with the most important information, 2 dogs are allowed (possibly 3) and YOU don’t have to pay to stay!

To book or further enquiries contact Jill
Dog Type & Number Enclosed Area Walks Nearby Dog Freebies Dogs Free
 2 - 3  No  Yes No Yes 
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Contact Details

Jill Forrester
26 Lynewood Road
NR27 0EF

01263 514189 or 07748 036498


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