If you want a quiet and peaceful seaside break for a couple or a small family, this is the place for you.
Carothan is a quiet well kept modern bungalow very near to the church. In spring and summer months the church tower is open every Saturday from Easter weekend until the last Saturday in September. If you’re fit enough to climb the 147 winding stone steps you will be amply rewarded with superb views over the village and beyond.
It is a short stroll from Winterton’s fabulous beach and the nature reserve at the back of the dunes, which are a walkers paradise.
The delights of rural Norfolk are on the doorstep and are easy accessible for you to explore.
It has two double bedrooms one at the back one at the front, both with double wardrobes and side tables. There is also a small bedroom with a single bed and a divan underneath. Bedding and towels are provided.
The large, light and airy lounge also has a large TV with Freesat attached and a DVD player with a selection of movies which can be enjoyed from either of the two sofas. There is a dining table in the lounge and extra chairs in the bedrooms.
The well equipped kitchen has an electric hob and oven, microwave and washing machine.
The bathroom has heated flooring and an electric shower over the bath.
There is a small well kept front garden and a small shingled courtyard at the rear. Beach chairs are provided for guests' use.
There is off-road parking in the driveway for two cars.
During the from October to March there is a charge of £20 per week to cover cost of oil fired central heating.
Due to the beige carpets throughout, Carothan does not currently accept bookings with dogs.
This charming bungalow has all you will need to make your stay comfortable and the caretaker is close at hand if needed.
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