About the Property:

Inside the caravan, there is one main bedroom with a double bed. Additionally, there is a twin room which has two small single beds best suited to children. In the living room, it is possible to fit 1-2 extra people if they are happy to sleep on the sofa (not sofa bed). Bedding is provided for the bedrooms but not the sofa.

There is a large lounge with separate dining area where you can relax in front of the TV after a long day of sightseeing.

The fitted kitchen includes a cooker, fridge, toaster, electric kettle, microwave, sandwich toaster, cooking utensils, cookware, crockery, cutlery, and glassware. The owner will stock the caravan with basic essentials to make your stay hassle free. Tea, coffee, sugar, milk (on arrival day), biscuits and squash as well a welcome pack will be waiting for you on arrival. Tea-towels, washing up equipment, loo roll, kitchen roll and a TV magazine are also included for your comfort.

Your bathroom has a WC, washbasin, and shower (no bath). Please note, towels are not included.

This property is pet-friendly and can accommodate a maximum two well-behaved dogs. Food and water bowls are provided for your convenience.

Outside there is a decked veranda which can be secured by means of a gate and bolt.

Phone signal can be poor to non-existent in the area which makes this bolt hole the perfect place for a digital detox. If it all gets a bit much you can hot foot it to the pub door and jump on their wifi to share pictures of your amazing holiday so far!

There is a laundry room on the site.

The pub next door, the Hill House Inn, is a major pull for visitors with its Solstice Beer Festival. Check with the pub for exact dates but it is usually from the Thursday before the summer solstice (21st June) through to the Monday. Yes folks, five days of beer, cider, perries from all over the country. Usually around 120 of them. BBQ, Gin bar, live music, even Elvis pops in a few times! The festival makes a for a great atmosphere and one entry price covers you for all five days. Keep your wristband and you get a complimentary pint glass as well. What more could you possibly want....apart from maybe some sunshine! the pub has a link with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle who wrote the Sherlock Holmes stories. It is said he stayed in the pub whilst writing The Dancing Men.

You can access Happisburgh Beach via a ramp. Sometimes winter storms and high tides make it inaccessible earlier in the year. Car park, picnic area and play area are always accessible and you can walk the coastal path to Sea Palling. A short drive through Happisburgh will bring you to Cart Gap where the beach is mostly always accessible. Lifeboat Station, RNLI shop, car park and usually an ice cream van present.

Surrounding Area

Situated in the heart of Happisburgh village on the beautiful North Norfolk coast, Manor Caravan Park is a small coastal retreat with stunning views of the sea and the famous Happisburgh lighthouse.

The Hill House Inn is very conveniently situated next to the caravan park. Another traditional pub, with its own brewery (The Dancing Men Brewery) on site, produces a good variety of own beers eg: Soggy Seagull, Knight's Noggin and 1801 ( in tribute to the loss of HMS Invincible off the Happisburgh coast in 1801).

Happisburgh is an excellent base from which to explore the beautiful North Norfolk coast. It is midway between Great Yarmouth (approx. 15 miles) for those seeking more traditional seaside entertainment and Cromer - famous for it's crab. Norwich is easily accessible taking approx. 40 minutes to drive into the city center where there is plenty of parking. Another option is to drive to Sprowston (approx. 20 minutes away), park the car and board a Park and Ride bus for a ridiculously cheap return fare (which includes the parking) and you can be in the center of Norwich in about 15 minutes. It doesn't run Sundays or Bank Holidays and check the time of the last bus - around 7pm.

Places of interest:
Norwich - A beautiful city, with a stunning Cathedral, a wealth of history, great shopping, wonderful market, lots of places to eat and drink, museums, the castle, cinema, and theatre. A great day out.

Sheringham - Famous for its steam railway and trains. Sheringham Park - with its stunning displays of Azaleas and Rhododendrons during May/early June. Independent shops and nice places to eat and drink.

Holt - More High End places to shop.

Blakeney and Horsey - good places to see the seals.

Wroxham - Famous for being on The Broads. Plenty of boating activity here, with an assortment of shops.

Hoveton Hall Gardens - Very near to Wroxham. Well worth a visit. Café with lovely food. Café is placed outside of the garden area so you can just go there to eat if you wish. Entry fee to the garden is around £7.00

East Ruston Gardens - about five minutes drive away from Happisburgh. Beautiful gardens, huge areas to view. Café on site.

Happisburgh Lighthouse and Church Tower are generally both open to the public on Bank Holidays and give wonderful views of the area. For open days please check the village website www.happisburgh.org



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