Sleeps 4 in two bedrooms - one king and one with twins
This beautiful lodge on Manor Park sits on the very outskirts of the site in a very peaceful area enjoying the wildlife overlooking the adjacent ponds. Lodge Hill offers excellent high standard, contemporary accommodation being very comfortably furnished and equipped throughout with gas radiator central heating.
Manor Park is open eleven months of the year with clubhouse having a restaurant and bar, and full entertainment package including bands, singers and bingo. (Some may be limited due to Covid restrictions). Less than 10 minutes to the beach and amusements, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, children’s play area and launderette. Tesco supermarket is only seconds by car or a short walk – totally convenient, as is the bus stop right outside which travels every 20 minutes to Kings Lynn and up to Hunstanton town centre.
The veranda half surrounds the lodge so enjoying afternoon and evening sunshine if guests wish to sit and dine outside. Steps up to gate and entrance into spacious open plan lounge having patio doors onto the veranda and facing the pond, feature electric fire, ample soft seating and dining area. Adjoining kitchen area having breakfast bar and stools so easy to serve the dining area.
Two ample size bedrooms with built-in and walk-in wardrobes. Bedroom one has a king size bed with ensuite corner shower, WC and washbasin. Bedroom two has twins. Family bathroom with shower over, WC and washbasin. A travel cot will fit in both rooms, but a very cosy fit.
Garden; enclosed decked veranda and patio. Surrounding unfenced lawn area outside the lodge, so parents be aware of safety with children on the road and near the ponds.
Parking; Two spaces next to the property
Entertainment passes: For the use of the swimming pool and entertainment, passes can be purchased direct from the holiday park reception.
The north side of Hunstanton offers a quieter side of life in the town with it’s beautiful cliff top walks to Old Hunstanton past the Lighthouse and down to the soft sandy beach. Bars and restaurants can be found in the town and at Old Hunstanton which has the Lifeboat Station and museum, plus craft/antique centre which are well worth visiting too. If you wish to get to town and leave the car behind, the ‘land train’ travels regularly from a nearby caravan park, right through to the other side of town – perfect to take in the panoramic views of the Wash to the Lincolnshire Wolds, even in inclement weather! The Coast Liner bus stops close by too if you are looking to travel further afield to Sheringham or Cromer. Besides the holiday activities in Hunstanton, there is plenty to see, do and explore in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with bird reserves at Holme and Titchwell, country estates at Holkham and the Royal Sandringham estate with it’s Visitor Centre and Museum; the port of Kings Lynn, the busy village of Burnham Market plus various places of interest in between – all within a thirty minute drive.
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