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Avocet - Burdyke Lodge TAKING BOOKINGS UP TO TWO MONTHS IN ADVANCE πŸ™‚

“The location couldn’t have been better, the beach being so close was fantastic for our dog and the children.”

Bedrooms: 2
Sleeps: 4
Approximate Pricing: Β£345 – Β£760 per week

Inside the cottage

Sleeping Arrangements 1 Master King sized bed, 1 twin bedded room

Far reaching sea views across the rooftops, close to beautiful beaches and award winning restaurants, Burdyke is a charming, cosy Edwardian holiday home from home.

Lounge/dining room with SKYΒ TV/DVD
Breakfast room/kitchen with electric oven/gas hob.
Rear lobby with fridge/freezer, washing machine and small washbasin.
Separate downstairs toilet and shower.
Door to rear, south facing garden.
Bedroom one: King size bed with door onto veranda with sea views over rooftops.
Bedroom two: with twins, and washbasin
Bathroom with WC, washbasin, and bath (shower over).
Welcome basket.
Full gas central heating.
Linen and towels included

Dogs Welcome fee Β£30

Outside and garden

First floor veranda with patio furniture, from the master bedroom. Views of the sea across the rooftops
Large open, south facing garden with a summer house and patio furniture.

The garden is fully enclosed

Parking available for 3 cars to the front of Burdyke

Further Information

Price for well behaved dog: Β£30 (Dogs are not permitted upstairs)
Burdyke is a no smoking holiday home.

Welcome Basket, towels and bedding included πŸ™‚
We only take bookings for complete weeks, thank you.

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Surrounding area

OLD HUNSTANTON is the original and historically quaint part of Hunstanton with traditional carrstone and chalk cottages, selection of excellent pubs and award winning restaurants.

The fine Links, 18-hole Championship Golf Course is close by.
Burdyke is close to the beach cafe and golden sand dunes with marram grass.
RSPB sanctuaries are a coast hopper bus away!
There is a post office/store with deli within walking distance.

THINGS TO DO/PLACES TO EAT
The mobile pizza man details are Bordoli Pizzas. Tel : 07565 754812 or email : [email protected] At the Old Hunstanton Social Club on a Friday night.

This is on the way into Hunstanton, nice cafe too? https://norfolk-lavender.co.uk

http://www.traditionalinns.co.uk/the-ancient-mariner-inn/things-to-do/ book a table.

Fantastic Fish and Chips at Thornham just along the A149 http://www.ericsfishandchips.com

http://www.jollysailorsbrancaster.co.uk

http://www.norfolk-on-line.co.uk/hunstanton-norfolk/ There are arcades, shops and cafe

http://www.holkham.co.uk/nature-reserve-beach/the-beach/introduction

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/days-out/norfolk

https://www.wells-guide.co.uk

http://www.thelodgehunstanton.co.uk You will need to book a table as it is very popular.

Visit here on Sunday Morning to watch the lifeboats practice https://rnli.org/find-my-nearest/lifeboat-stations/hunstanton-lifeboat-station try the beach cafe for a coffee and cake πŸ™‚

http://www.muckleburgh.co.uk/

https://www.visitsealife.com/hunstanton/

http://www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk/wildlife-in-norfolk/nature-reserves/reserves/cley-marshes

http://www.nnrailway.co.uk/index.php

https://www.sandringhamestate.co.uk/

https://www.facebook.com/RNLICromer

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/sheringham-park/things-to-see-and-do/events/

http://www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/Visit_Us/Cromer_Museum/index.htm

Reviews From Our Happy Guests

We enjoyed our holiday at Burdyke and although the weather was not kind the accommodation was first class spacious, warm, and very clean Home from Home our golden retriever Holly just loved the garden.  

Janice
Rating: 5

Sorry it's taken so long to write back about our stay at Burdyke over Easter. We had an excellent stay. The house had everything we needed, was very well equipped and the welcome pack was lovely. The location couldn't have been better, the beach being so close was fantastic for…read more

Lynn S.
Rating: 5

We had a fabulous holiday in burdyke from 7th - 14th November. Warm comfy and extremely well equipped. Excellently placed for everything you need - pubs, bus and walking in general. the weather was very kind to us - we had some fantastic walks along the coast path. we even…read more

Jane
Rating: 5
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