Dune Cottage is located only 50 yards from Caistor beach – in fact you can see the sea from some of the upstairs windows.
This seaside village has a lot to offer, such as friendly pubs, grassy dunes and a beach that goes on for miles. If you enjoy amusements, funfairs and ice-cream parlours then take the short trip to Great Yarmouth, it’s only 3 miles away.
This holiday home has 3 bedrooms with room for 7 people. The kitchen-diner is bright and spacious and ideal for family meals together. And outside, there’s a large garden with a hot tub on a raised deck.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Private Hot Tub
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
Iron & Ironing Board
About Dune Cottage
Dune Cottage is a detached, 3 bedroom house that sleeps up to 7 people comfortably. One twin bedroom is on the ground floor, and there’s a double room and bunk-bed triple room upstairs.
In the kitchen-diner you’ll find a cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer and washing machine. The main living room has a TV, DVD player and sofa.
There’s a hot tub outside in the back garden for an additional fee. The front garden is large with the house set back. One dog is welcome here.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Caister-on-Sea
Caister-on-Sea is just 3 miles along the Norfolk coast from Great Yarmouth.
At Caistor there’s a wide sandy beach backed by grassy dunes, and it’s also home to a lifeboat centre with a visitor information hub. In the village itself, there’s a small selection of shops, cafes and pubs plus a golf course on the outskirts.
Great Yarmouth is a popular place to visit and it’s packed with fun things for the family. There is a pier, amusement arcades, funfair rides and crazy golf courses to enjoy. Pleasurewood Hills theme park has roller coasters, rides for little kids and daily shows.
There is a choice of walking routes in the area for anyone who enjoys a challenging hike. The Weaver’s Way trail is 61 miles in length and goes from Great Yarmouth to Cromer. Along the way, walkers pass through farmland, woods and the edge of the sea so you can see a lot of Norfolk from this pathway.
Hickling Broad is the largest of the Norfolk Broads. You can hop on a boat here and see the area from the water – choose between hiring a self-drive vessel or booking a guided tour.
This 600-acre nature reserve has lots of wildlife to spot, such as Chinese water deer, otters, kingfishers and common cranes. A visitor centre and marked pathways to follow ensure everyone gets the most out of their time in Hickling.
Norwich is a medieval city boasting a university, cathedral, castle and football stadium. There are also museums, a theatre and a cinema. For shoppers, this city is a paradise as it’s home to a huge selection of shops from independent boutiques to large department stores. Cafes, restaurants and pubs are on every street too so you are spoiled for choice come dinner time.
If you are looking for a holiday by the sea, then Dune Cottage is ideal. It’s just 50 yards from the beach at Caistor, so you can have your toes on the sand in minutes.
It’s a spacious holiday home with room for up to 7 people and a dog. The kitchen-diner is modern and bright and has everything you need to self-cater in style.
There are gardens at the front and back, so there is plenty of space to enjoy the outdoors on fine days. And there’s a hot tub too for relaxing with a cold glass of wine.
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