|Sea Breeze is a privately owned luxury mobile home sited on the Sundowner park in Newport, Hemsby in Norfolk.
The holiday accommodation is of the highest standard, with comfortable furniture and good quality fittings. Light and airy but fitted with double glazing and central heating for those chilly days you can be assured of a comfortable stay.
Entry is via french doors into the lounge/dining area where you will find leather sofas, flat screen t.v with free view and built in dvd player, dining table with upholstered chairs. A large bay window lets in lots of light with double glazing to keeps things warm and cosy in the spring and autumn months.
The kitchen area has a full sized gas cooker, stainless steel sink and drainer, fridge and freezer, microwave oven, toaster, plenty of storage and all the utensils you would expect to find at home.
The double bedroom has fitted wardrobes and cupboard space, dressing table with mirror, full size double bed with a quality mattress and fixed reading lights above the bed. There is also an en-suite toilet with hand wash basin.
The second bedroom has twin beds with bedside cabinet & reading lamp, fitted wardrobe and small dressing table with mirror. There is additional storage in large drawers beneath the beds.
The bathroom has a bath and also a large separate shower cubicle, wash basin and toilet.
Gas central heating with radiators throughout.
Sundowner is a small quiet privately owned park with landscaped gardens, ‘Sea Breeze’ is situated in a cul-de-sac with grassy areas and parking is beside your property. The park facilities include a launderette, small amusement complex and on-site bar/restaurant providing a variety of entertainment. The sandy beach is just a few minutes walk away via a footpath.
Newport is a typical seaside village with facilities including pubs, restaurants, take-aways, amusement arcades, swimming pool, and of course the lovely beach. It is just half a mile from the village of Hemsby, which you can walk to easily along the sand dunes, and just 6 miles from Great Yarmouth. A bus service runs from the village.
Great Yarmouth has something for everyone, beautiful sandy beaches, indoor and outdoor attractions, museums, gardens, restaurants and fast food, mile long promenade, bustling town centre and a charming quayside.
Explore the Norfolk Broads by day boat, foot, bicycle or car, they are all within easy reach from the park at Newport. The Trinity Broads are a haven for wildlife, just a 10 minute drive and Wroxham, home to the famous ‘Roys of Wroxham’ and said to be the Gateway to the Broads, takes just 25 minutes in the car.
This really is an ideal base from which to explore both the Norfolk Broads and coast.