Brook Bungalow is a large secluded well appointed holiday home in North Norfolk.

Holiday home by the sea, North Norfolk - Brook Bungalow

General Description and Location

4 Star Self Catering in North NorfolkThis large secluded well appointed modern bungalow stands in grounds of nearly ½ acre in a delightful north Norfolk coastal village. It is situated on a country lane leading directly to the sea and miles of unspoilt and mostly sandy beaches.

A Bird Sanctuary is close by and the pub is a ¼ mile walk into the village.

The property offers very comfortable accommodation for 2 to 8 people. There is an integral garage and off-road parking for at least 4 cars. There are 3 bedrooms, 2 of which have en-suite showers and the family bedroom is served by a bathroom immediately opposite. There is a large lounge/dining room and a very well equipped kitchen. The property is fully insulated and warm and cosy.

The front garden is laid to lawn and shrubs, surrounded by hedges and trees protecting a sunny patio area. The sheltered rear garden with its fruit trees is a haven for a wide variety of birds and other wildlife.

Accommodation and Equipment

Lounge - Brook Bungalow

Lounge and Dining Room

Surrounding the fireplace containing an electric ‘stove’ heater there is at one end of the room a large dining table for 8 and at the other end a comfortable modern suite, with seating for 9. Dining Room - Brook BungalowThere is also a digital TV, with recording facility unit and separate DVD player, a bookshelf with a selection of books and some children’s games, a tourist information cupboard, and a telephone. A Wi-Fi broadband connection completes the media equipment.

Kitchen- Brook Bungalow


Fully fitted units with a breakfast table and 4 chairs . Equipped with electric cooker, toaster, microwave, dishwasher, a larder-fridge and auto washing machine. A freezer is in the rear lobby, together with cleaning equipment and ironing facilities. A tumble dryer is in the garage.

Bedrooms 1 (the blue room) and 2 (the green room)

Each room has a 5ft king-size bed and en-suite shower-room containing toilet and wash basin, shaver point, heated towel rail, extractor fan and heater.

Bedroom 3 (the family room) with bathroom opposite

Option 1. This large room can be made up with 4 single 3ft. beds. Or as -
Option 2. Made up with a Super-king double and 2 single beds.


Bath with electric shower unit over one end, heated towel rail, toilet and hand basin, shaver socket and bathroom heater.

Bedding, Linen and Towels

Bedroom - Brook Bungalow

Bedding consists of a good selection of blankets and duvets (summer weight and winter weight). Clean bed linen is supplied on a weekly basis and is inclusive. Towel sets may be hired as required.

Garage and Garden

In the back garden there is a garden table with 8 chairs and a rotary clothes dryer, together with both a built-in barbecue and also a smaller portable unit. On the paved patio in the front garden there is a bench table for 4. The garage stores used beach play-toys, beach equipment, some well used sports equipment - table tennis, table football and a mini snooker table.

Heating and Flooring

Domestic hot water is provided by an immersion heater water cistern. All the rooms are heated by wall mounted oil-filled electric radiators fitted with thermostats. The living room and the bedrooms have fitted carpets, as does the entrance hall and the central hallway. The Kitchen, rear Lobby, Bathroom and en-suites have vinyl flooring.

A Special Coastal Region – an ideal location to explore North Norfolk

Holiday home by the sea, North Norfolk - Brook Bungalow

The North Norfolk coast is designated an area of natural beauty and the countryside is rich in wildlife, quaint fishing villages, historic towns and bustling coastal resorts. Wide sandy beaches washed by mostly shallow waters are a delight for all those seeking a seaside holiday and are complemented by the traditional seaside resorts of Hunstanton, Cromer and Sheringham.


Holme-next-the-sea is where the ancient Peddars Way meets the North Norfolk Coastal Path. The village centre is very quiet and peaceful with a Church and the ever popular White Horse Inn providing a selection of beers and good value food. Along the road to Gore Point, between the village and the sea, are 2 bird Reserves.

Old Hunstanton has a shop and a good selection of pubs with restaurants, one of which has Michelin accreditation. There is an 18-hole Championship Golf Course behind a particularly fine beach .This beach, reached from alongside the Le Strange Arms Hotel, has a beach cafe opposite the Lifeboat Station. It extends along the coast to Holme, on to Thornham and eventually to Brancaster.

Ringstead, Thornham, Brancaster and many others. All along the coast there are shops and restaurants serving a wide variety of food and drink. They form a part of this area which is famous for its scenic beauty; the superb views over the local harbours and saltings are a must for holidaymakers and ornithologists alike.

For those who prefer walking, there are many varied paths and trails throughout North Norfolk. These can often be combined with visits to a variety of Historic Houses, unspoilt towns such as Holt and Wells or one of the many other interesting places, particularly those providing Cream Teas. We provide a brief list of some of them below.

Historic Houses and Gardens

Sandringham House
The Queen’s Country retreat. There is also a Visitor centre which is surrounded by extensive woodland trails with a children’s adventure playground.

Blickling Hall (N.T.)
Jacobean mansion with superb gardens.

Holkham Hall
With Bygones Museum and garden centre.

Felbrigg Hall (N.T.)
17th Century; paintings, furniture & gardens.

Oxburgh Hall (N.T.)
1482 moated house with woodland walks.

Houghton Hall
Famous collection of lead soldiers.

Sports and Activities

Bird Reserves
Holme(2), Titchwell, Blakeney, and many others.

Old Hunstanton; Heacham Manor; Brancaster; Swaffham; Sheringham.

Brancaster Staithe, Overy Staithe.

Fakenham; Gt Yarmouth.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you still have some questions after reviewing the FAQ section then please contact us.

The beach at Holme is a five minute walk away.
The White Horse pub is a 10 minute walk away.
Holme Nature Reserve is a 20 minute walk down a quiet lane.
Regret no pets.
Summer season (April to October) from £695 - £1150 per week.

Price per Week - Weeks in the Period
£695.00 - 1st April to 27th May
£1100.00 - 27th May to 3rd June
£825.00 - 3rd June to 24th June
£925.00 - 24th June to 15th July
£1150.00 - 15th July to 26th Aug
£925.00 - 26th Aug to 2nd Sep
£750.00 - 2nd Sep to 23rd Sept
£695.00 - 23rd Sept to 21st Oct
£750.00 - 21st Oct to 4th Nov

The above shows the range of Prices per week operative for 2017

Each week starts on a Saturday.

For availability please Telephone 07599 401222
Please apply for Xmas, New Year and Easter rates.

Contact us about this holiday home in North Norfolk

For further details, including full colour brochure and price/booking form, please contact:

Mrs S. Johnstone

Tel: 07599 401222


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