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Tel code: 01692 | code search
Postcode: NR12 | code search
Population: 1150
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Red House Chalet & Caravan Park
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Bacton just about qualifies as a North Norfolk village, though it is a world away from the Chelsea-by-the-sea style place further west along the North Sea coast, and is none the worse for that. Having kept its soul and its population where other grander settlements are now weekend retreats for bankers from Kensington, Bacton is quiet and unpretentious, with a brilliant beach into the bargain. There are some lovely cottages dotted about the village, whose population at the last census was 1,130, but not enough to merit being bought up by the smart set. Some of the prettiest cottages ring the church, St Andrew’s, set out to the west of the settlement in the fields. St Andrew’s is an interesting church, the main body of the 15th-century building small and neat, with great big tower attached to it, rather out of scale. Within the village there are a few remains of Bromholm Priory, a Cluniac establishment that was once a great place of pilgrimage, famed for having a large piece of the true cross. Now the village houses the terminal for the Interconnector gas pipeline which is the most notable structure in the village, built at the northern end of the place. Bacton is a down-to-earth holiday resort, with caravans and other accommodation available, and it has a tremendous beach, stretching southwards to the adjacent village of Walcott (really they run together) where possibly the best plaice and chips in the world is served. There is no shortage of good pubs too. The beach, somewhat rarely for Norfolk, has the occasional ammonite fossil to delight children and adults alike, and those who know what they are looking for can sometimes find amber and even agates, though for kids the sea-glass and pebbles are just as much fun.

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Red House Chalet & Caravan Park (0.48 miles)

Red House Chalet & Caravan Park

Red House Chalet & Caravan Park is a peaceful, family run park set in 2 acres with beautiful sea views and private access to a tranquil sandy beach. Red House provides 15 luxury chalets plus Holiday ... More | visit website

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Keswick Hotel (0.80 miles)

Keswick Hotel

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An ideal base from which to explore the delightful North Norfolk Coast, the Keswick Hotel is a paradise for fishing, walking, golfing, bird watching, cycling, surfing, jet skiing and many ... More

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Point House (1.73 miles)

Point House
Point House is a spacious traditional brick and flint farmhouse set in a quiet single track lane less than half a mile from the Norfolk seafront, ideally located for a vast selection of places of ... More | visit website
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The Royal Hotel (2.29 miles)

The Royal Hotel
We are a medium sized family run establishment under the same ownership for 30 years. Our aim is to provide a professional and quality hotel whilst having the warmth and comfort of a true home ... More | visit website
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Old Rectory (2.34 miles)

Old Rectory

The Old Rectory in Ridlington is a delightful Grade II listed family home, set in 4 acres of gardens and woodland. The surrounding area has plenty to offer from the magnificent East Ruston Old Vicarage ... More | visit website

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White House Farm (2.46 miles)

White House Farm
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Relax in our 18th Century Listed Norfolk Farmhouse set in tranquil mature gardens surrounded by farmland. This quiet village location is an ideal base to explore the Broads, ... More
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The Manor House Hotel (2.51 miles)

Consisting of 26 rooms classified as standard or executive The Manor is able to cater for all sizes of parties. The Hotel has two bars, a fantastic restaurant serving traditional English food, an outdoor swimming ... More | visit website
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Durdans (The) (2.67 miles)

Durdans (The)
A warm welcome awaits you at the Durdans, an imposing Victorian house sitting in grounds of over two acres, and located on the edge of the picturesque seaside village of Mundesley. Set on the North ... More | visit website
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Overcliff Lodge (2.86 miles)

Overcliff Lodge
Overcliff Lodge is a 7 room B&B built in the victorian era, occupying a prominent position on the coastal road in Mundesley. The blue flag beach is only a few minutes walk away, with life-guards on ... More | visit website
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Dolphin Lodge (3.30 miles)

Dolphin Lodge

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Bungalow accommodation i.e ground floor rooms.Quiet village setting,few minuets to local Pub 2.5 miles to sandy beaches.Cromer 6 miles.Exellent walks and cycling area.Horse riding nearby ... More

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