The Glebe Beach Road Hemsby 5 minutes from all the fun
Hemsby Beach Self Catering Holiday Lodge Bungalow for hire Hemsby Norfolk just off Beach Road 400 yards from the beach
Please telephone for prices and availability: 07850 366351 or visit : www.ukcaravans4hire.com for online booking and availability.
Hemsby Holiday Lodge is a lovely two bedroomed property sleeping up to four people in two double rooms, the bungalow is five minutes walk from Hemsby Beach Road and the sandy Hemsby beach, in the other direction again five minutes walk will take you to Longbeach Dolphin bar , childrens playground and access to Winterton Valley and beach, no main roads to cross, Hemsby Holiday Lodge is situated in the Glebe a private estate just off Hemsby Beach Road and benefits from a fully fenced garden and private off road parking for one large or two smal private cars.
2 double bedrooms
Lounge with a comfy sofa and armchairs, table and chairs and colour flatscreen tv.
Dressing room ( bedroom 3 on the floorplan )
Fitted kitchen with fridge freezer, washing machine , dishwasher, cooker and microwave, electric kettle and toaster.
Bathroom with full sized bath with elecric shower over bath, wc and basin
Out side there is a lockable shed for bike storage and a patio area with table and chairs, lockable gates keep children safe in a fully fenced garden
Dolphin Club Longbeach 5 minutes walk
Longbeach shop, general grocers and newspapers 5 minutes walk
Seadell Club and bar 5 minutes walk
When you arrive at Hemsby Holiday Lodge, you’ll be suprised how quiet it is compared with the hustle of Beach Road.
You’re also within strolling distance of the beach and a short car ride to Potter Heigham on the broads to watch the skilful pilots get the hire boats under the low slung bridge.
You can easily hire a boat and explore the waters, or jump on a bike and explore some of our peaceful cycle paths. You’ll also find a some of the most impressive stately homes around Norfolk, such as Blickling, Felbrigg, Holkham and of course the famous royal Sandringham Estate.
The National Trusts Sheringham Park gardens are a fantastic sight in May with the huge displays of rhodendrons and azalea
Away from the coast is Burnham Thorpe birthplace of Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson, you can get a meal in the original Nelsons Arms and sit on the settles unchanged from Nelsons days.
A pleasant drive up the coast road will take you to places like Sheringham with its steam railway and a little further on is Cromer with its famous pier and Cromer crabs.
We’re an easy distance to popular destinations such as Holt, Southwold, or Cromer. Or visit the historic city of Norwich, rated top ten in the UK for shopping, which also includes a mass of buzzing restaurants and nightlife. Despite all of its historic charm, it also offers a thriving art and cultural scene, with a multitude of world-renowned concerts, plays and exhibitions to choose from every day.