Chesterfield Villa Property Ref: 1063

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From £115.00 per night

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 1
  • Pets
  • Parking Free Parking

Property Details

A superb brick and flint-built property ideally located in the centre of Cromer. Just a 5 minute walk to the town centre and famous beach, Chesterfield Villa couldn’t be better placed to enjoy a fabulous seaside break in this famous North Norfolk Town.

A grade II listed building which dates from 1879 has been sympathetically updated while still retaining the character of a historic seaside dwelling. It was built by John and Margaret Bond Cabbell as additions to Cromer Hall (which you can view if you walk for 10 minutes towards the zoo). The lodge at the end of the row and the cottages were named after John Cabbell’s London home – Chesterfield Gardens.

Chesterfield Villa will comfortably sleep 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults and 1 child. The property will allow one small/medium dog downstairs and there is a driveway that allows parking for 2 cars.

 

The space

Upon entering the hall there is a stone mullioned window and staircase to the first floor. Period styled radiator, natural coir and original tiled flooring which all make up a very welcoming entrance.

Moving into the sitting room you have a brick fireplace, with a lovely leather sofa, two chairs and a smart TV allowing for a perfect relaxing evening. The Kitchen is fully fitted with oven, gas hob, fridge and dishwasher. Fitted base units with wooden worktop surfaces incorporating a white china sink. The breakfast area has a dining table and chairs, a stone mullioned window and glazed door leading to the garden.

Upstairs you have a double bedroom that sleeps two and a twin room with two single beds that will sleep either 2 children or 1 adult and 1 child. There is a dressing room that has fitted hanging space and drawers and a desk area with natural coir flooring.

The bathroom is light an airy, with a white bath and built-in shower cubicle with Aqualisa shower system and hand basin. Partial panelled walls with period styled radiator and painted floorboards.

The rear of the property is an attractive, enclosed garden with traditional fencing and pamment tiled patio area and a small lawn. There are two mature trees and outside lighting that provide the garden with a beautiful finish.


Amenities

  • 1 double bedroom
  • 1 twin bedroom
  • Bathroom with bath and shower
  • Smart TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Dishwasher
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Microwave
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Garden
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Fridge
  • Towels, bed linen and tea towels provided

Additional Information

The small single bed in the twin room is only suitable for 1 child.

Please do not bring fake tan with you to the property, as it stains linen, floors and the bath tub.

Location

Chesterfield Villa is a five minute walk from all of the key local attractions such as Cromer town, the beach, Cromer pier and an abundance of pubs and restaurants.

Cromer is a picturesque coastal town with some independent shops and attractive back streets around the medieval church. For those of you that enjoy a day at the beach Cromers is vast and sandy, is home to the renowned Cromer crab boats and, of course, the famous Cromer crabs. The water is shallow to the right of the pier and the further you walk, the more isolated it becomes with crystal clear water on a sunny day.

There are many places to eat and drink in Cromer, the likes of The Art house Café, Hatters Tea Shop (at the end of West Street), The Rocket Café, and North Lodge Park Tea Rooms on top of the cliffs behind The Rocket Café, and the Reef Stop on the promenade to the right of the pier are particularly popular.

The Red Lion Pub and The White Horse (on West Street) have good pub food and outside space. The Sea Marge Hotel in Overstrand does a delicious Sunday Roast. The Gangway is also a nice wine/cocktail bar with a growing reputation. For Fish and chips the locals recommend Mary Janes and some prefer Number 1 Fish and Chips. If there are queues in summer, then you can drive to The Park Chippy. Also, The Bucket List has become quite famous where you can get a bucket of chips with various toppings.

There are some lovely shops that have opened up in the past few years including galleries, souvenir shops, a surfing shop and an organic food shop. Lizzies (near the town end of West Street) is good for fresh fruit and vegetables and eggs and you can get freshly baked bread from The Craft bakery.

The Pavilion Theatre dates from1905 has its famous traditional end-of the-pier summer show, the only end of the pier show in the world. There has been a jetty in Cromer since 1391.

The pier has been damaged by storms numerous times and in 1993 a 100 ton rig crashed into the pier breaking it in half. In 2012, 8 million pounds was invested into the pier and revamping the Victorian sea defences.

Cromer's greatest figure was Henry Blogg, coxswain of the lifeboat from 1909 to 1947, who won the George Cross and four other decorations for saving lives at sea. He was involved in saving an amazing 837 lives, apart from his museum there are many places of interest nearby including Felbrigg Hall, Cromer Zoo and the Norfolk Shire Horse Centre. The cliff path will take you to Overstrand (we recommend a drink or lunch at The Sea Marge Hotel) and to Sheringham (it is best to walk from Sheringham to Weybourne and back where you may catch a glimpse of the Heritage Steam Train that runs the Poppy Line between Weybourne and Holt). The walk from Sheringham to Cromer is also beautiful but check tide times as part of it can be either on the beach or the road. The Coastal Hopper Bus leaves Cromer and Sheringham bus stations at regular intervals.

From Cromer train station you can easily get to Norwich if you fancy a river walk or a bit of shopping at the market which has a fantastic variety of fruit, vegetables, cheeses, cakes, bread and street food.

Policies

Check in between 4pm and 10:00PM

Check out by 10am.

A 30% deposit is due at the time of booking with the remaining balance payable 4 weeks before your arrival. Payments are non-refundable.

Strictly no parties.

Strictly non-smoking.

1 well behaved dog is welcome by prior agreement, not allowed upstairs.

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