Heacham Haven Holiday Home
Heacham Haven is a 2 bedroom holiday bungalow near the sea.
Heacham Haven is in Heacham, a perfect location for families or couples who want to get away for a break. There are miles of sandy beaches and sand dunes on the doorstep. Heacham is unspoiled and therefore a haven for couples, families, dog walkers and birdwatchers alike. Nearby are Hunstanton, Sandringham and King’s Lynn should you wish to visit them.
Inside Heacham Haven
Front door entry allows access to a wide hallway with hanging space. The hallway leads to all the other rooms.
The kitchen includes a cooker, hob, fridge, microwave washing machine and an occasional table with folding chairs.
Bathroom, this includes a bath with a shower over, a lavatory and sink unit.
The lounge includes a dining table and chairs, a leather sofa and chairs, a TV, DVD, Sky Freesat, music centre and a gas fire.
The twin bedded bedroom includes twin beds, wardrobe, side tables and lamps.
The double bed bedroom includes a king size bed with memory foam mattress and built-in wardrobes.
Outside and garden
There is off road parking on a drive, to the side of the bungalow which will easily accept two large cars or a car and a boat if required.
The front garden of Heacham Haven is tidy with low maintenance gravel, mature shrubs and trees. The rear garden is larger, also with gravel, mature bushes and a modern patio with table and chairs for 6. It is enclosed providing privacy and safety for quiet dogs.
Heacham Haven is within a short walking distance to the vast Heacham North and South Beach. Within walking distance are children’s play parks, local pubs, great eating places and shops. The village has all the amenities you could need.
Beaches, dog walks, bird watching, kite flying, skate park, cycling routes and rambling areas all feature as great experiences that have been enjoyed by Heacham Haven guests. Many guests have returned several times.
The local beach has a concrete launch ramp for boats, sail or power. Before launching a boat it is best to check the local regulations a good source for which is the Heacham Boat Owners Association.