Self-Catering Holiday Apartments
It is well known that self catering holidays in Norfolk are a great way to relax and get away from the stresses of modern life. Both our holiday flat and studio flat are perfectly designed for a comfortable, self-catered escape from day to day life.
warm welcome to a tranquil "get away from it all self-catering
holiday" here in the heart of Heacham on Norfolk's very own sunset
coast. What could be better than an escape from the day to day
grind and find yourself a short walk from Heacham beach (less than a
mile) and the
village amenities. If you want to explore further
afield you have the choice of longer walks, short drives or bike
rides to many local attractions including Norfolk Lavender and the
Victorian seaside town of Hunstanton (which takes 5 mins by car or
approx 45 mins walking along the beach). If your favoured
outdoor activity is golf you could not do better than the
championship golf course in Hunstanton just a short drive away.
Royal West Norfolk at Brancaster is a little further along the coast
and a new 18 hole golf course is currently under construction in the
village at Heacham Manor Hotel. You can even hire a selection
of bikes within Heacham village at reasonable rates and enjoy the
local countryside on wheels. This is your perfect
Norfolk retreat whether it is a family seaside holiday, a serious
bird watching break, an activity holiday of walks, sailing and other watersports or just a quiet escape. You will find it all at
By separate arrangement, why not also enjoy the luxury of our heated
outdoor swimming pool.
Orange House Self-Catering Holiday Apartments
Orange House is estimated to have been built in the late 1820s.
(The holiday accommodation part of Orange House was added later
with the Studio Flat being added by the current owners.) The
house was originally called "Cedar Lodge" then also "The Grange".
The name was changed again by Count Robert Bentinck (a Captain in HM
Army) as Count Bentinck was connected to the famous House of Orange in
The Netherlands (associated with William of Orange). Count
Bentinck sold the house in 1927. As a point of interest, the front door of the main house has a
stained glass panel depicting the crest of the House of Orange.
information about Heacham, Hunstanton and the surrounding area