Holiday firm increases portfolio with new property to let at Old Hunstanton
Norfolk Coast Holiday Cottages, the self-catering holiday division of the company behind Briarfields Hotel and The Lodge Old Hunstanton, has launched a new property with clifftop views.
The property, Sea Folly, enjoys views over St Edmund’s Arch and sister self-catering property Old Hunstanton Lighthouse and is the latest to be added to Norfolk Coast Holiday Cottages’ portfolio.
The company also owns Hippisley Hut at Old Hunstanton, an historic landmark dating back to the First World War, and several self-catering properties overlooking Hunstanton Golf Course.
Hippisley Hut was the birthplace of wireless interception. In 1914, Richard Bayntun and Russell Clarke were sent to Hunstanton, the highest point near the German coast and home to a Marconi wireless station, to set up a listening post.
Sea Folly has been given a major, no-expense-spared makeover, updating and extending a small sea-facing house into a luxurious holiday let.
Inside, an entrance porch leads into an open-plan kitchen, dining and living room space with a wall of bi-fold doors. These open fully to reveal a large private, mature garden with outdoor dining furniture, barbecue, seating and recliners. There are four luxury double or twin bedrooms.
An oak staircase leads to a second-floor lounge area with small kitchen area, bi-fold doors and balcony with sea and clifftop views. The property accomodates eight, plus two well-behaved dogs.