1 well behaved dog welcome. (Small additional charge).
Rockaway is a comfortable, recently refurbished two bedroom apartment within a 1930's Art Deco style building, situated just 500 yards from the lovely sandy beach at Old Hunstanton. Tucked away on a private road, it has a lovely peaceful position, and yet is still right in the centre of the village. The apartment is very well appointed and equipped and is a perfect base for a traditional ‘bucket and spade’ holiday. Within five minutes walking distance you have everything you need for a family holiday. All on one floor, the apartment is also particularly suitable for less able guests.
Wood laminate flooring and tiles throughout.
Well equipped with electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge freezer, washer dryer, microwave, iron and ironing board.
Table and four chairs.
Two leather two seater sofas (one is an electric recliner), TV with Freeview and DVD player, iPod docking station. Books and good selection of games and puzzles for rainy days.
Double bed, with built in wardrobe and shelves. Electric blanket available. Bedside tables.
Two single beds, bedside table, board games
Good sized. Bath with shower over, WC and basin.
There is parking for two cars. The gardens are communal and are sunny and sheltered. There is a bench behind the property overlooking the communal garden area.
Old Hunstanton is a rarity along the North Norfolk coast in that you can get very close to the beach without walking a long way over the salt marshes! Miles of sand, gentle sand dunes and beach huts make this a perfect family seaside holiday destination. For the more active Old Hunstanton has become a mecca for Kite Surfing. Hunstanton Golf Course, a challenging links course is voted amongst the top 100 courses in Britain. There are great places to eat, all within walking distance of our holiday cottages, including The Neptune a Michelin Star restaurant, The Lodge Hotel and a lovely traditional beach cafe serving a good fry up! The lifeboat station is a good place to visit and maybe see in action. The hovercraft being launched is a sight wellworth seeing!