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EbbtideHunstanton, Old Hunstanton & surrounding villages

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A fabulous upside-down house with magnificent sea views and within walking distance of both the beach and Hunstanton town centre.

Ebbtide is a modern 'beach house' that has been refurbished from top to bottom and decorated in a light and bright seaside style. The open plan living area is on the second floor to take full advantage of the fantastic open view to the coast. There's a spacious balcony here too, with table and chairs so you can enjoy breakfast outside in the summer months or watch the sun go down with a bottle of wine at the end of a busy day (Hunstanton is renowned for its stunning sunsets). There are two double bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor, and a further sitting room (or additional bedroom) with sofa bed for children on the ground floor. If you require use of the sofa bed (strictly children only), there is a further charge of £80 - please make sure you request on booking. From the ground floor sitting room, a door leads into the internal garage where there is a large wet room, perfect for dealing with sandy, salty toes (including the dog's!) after a day spent on the beach. Please note the garden area is communal and not enclosed.

Ebbtide is a perfect base for families, couples and friends who are looking for a traditional seaside holiday with beautiful local beaches, as well as easy access to excellent local facilities, and the availability of plenty of things to do and many wonderful places to visit close by.


Garden/Courtyard (Enclosed)Bed LinenCentral Heating Close to coast Close to pubDog-friendlyDVDFreezerGarden FurnitureGarden/CourtyardHigh ChairMicrowaveSea ViewsTowels providedTravel Cot / CotTV Washing MachineWiFiParking 1 mins walking distance to beach3 mins walking distance to shop1 mins driving distance to coast3 mins walking distance to pub



Ground Floor:

Internal Garage

A great space for keeping bikes and beach paraphernalia. There's a fantastic Wet Room, perfect for dealing with a sandy dog and little ones after a day on the beach. There's a handy washing machine here too.

Family Room

An additional family room or quiet sitting area with sofabed and doors to the communal garden so ideal for children. There is also storage. This room can also be used as extra sleeping accommodation if six people are staying, as the sofa doubles up as a sofa bed, although this is more suitable for children. If this extra bed is required, an additional charge of £80/week applies. Please request upon booking.

First Floor

King Size Bedroom with Ensuite Bathroom

At the front of the house, with views to the coast, with bedside tables, lamps wardrobe and chest of drawers. En suite bathroom with modern white suite including bath with shower over, washbasin and wc.

Double Bedroom

Situated at the back of the house, with bedside table, lamp and wardrobe. Please note there is access to one side of the bed only.

Shower Room

With shower cubicle, washbasin and wc.

Second Floor:

Open Plan Kitchen/Living/Dining Room with Balcony

A very pleasant light and airy dual aspect room. The kitchen has windows overlooking the rear of the property and is well-equipped with Smeg electric cooker with induction hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and microwave. There is a breakfast bar with six stools, and plenty of comfortable seating in the living area, and a tv with Freeview, blu ray DVD player and CD player. Patio doors open to the balcony, where there is a table and chairs.


The extensive open plan, communal garden area is shared with other properties in the complex and available for guests to use. Parking is to the rear of the house which, again, is shared with other residents.

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Ebbtide holiday cottage location

Surrounding local area

Hunstanton is a traditional Victorian seaside town complete with a wonderful sandy beach, fish and chip shops and renowned for it's beautiful sunsets over the sea. It has become a mecca for Kite Surfers and there are regular competitions held over the year. Buckets and spades are the order of the day and the town bustles during the summer months. The town was founded by Henry Le Strange and in 1846 he had the idea to cash in on the new craze of bathing in the sea by creating the 'sea bathing station of Hunstanton St Edmund. There are many interesting buildings around the original Victorian town, many in the Arts and Crafts style; the architect HG Ibberson being responsible for many of the fine buildings. With grassy peaceful squares, a long promenande and a green that runs down to the bandstand, Hunstanton provides a traditional seaside family holiday for everyone. Guests who have not been to Hunstanton before are always surprised at what a fabulous beach there is, it is one of only a couple that you can actually walk to without crossing the salt marshes, and it is well worth making the detour from the more well known places like Brancaster. The famous red and white striped cliffs are a good source of fossils.

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