SELF CATERING LOG CABINS & LODGES
Tel: 01485 570609
We’ve introduced measures to help keep our guests as safe as possible. Please note this does mean there are some changes to how we operate and what’s supplied in our lodges.
If you’re affected by a local lockdown/tier 3 travel restrictions please do not travel. We will provide a full refund.
Holly Lodge is a spacious two bedroom, two bathroom self catering log cabin sleeping four in one double bedroom with ensuite and one twin bedroom. Separate bathroom. No access ramp. Free WiFi. Just 5 minutes walk from Heacham beach.
Please see the Holly Lodge page for full details.
Self catering lodge sleeping four in one double bedroom and one twin. Free WiFi. Close to the beach.
Please see the Cedar Lodge page for full details.
(WITH ROOM FOR A COT)
Self catering lodge sleeping three in one double bedroom and one single. Free WiFi. Close to the beach.
Please see the Alberta Lodge page for full details.
Willow Lodge is a spacious three bedroom self catering log cabin in Heacham, Norfolk. Sleeps five. Access Ramp. Free WiFi. Electricity and bed linen included. Towels will NOT be provided during 2020 due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Please see Willow Lodge Page for full details.
Cedar Springs is a quiet chalet park set in five acres of landscaped grounds situated in a peaceful location away from the road just 5 minutes walk from Heacham beach. We offer self catering accommodation in the village of Heacham in West Norfolk. Cedar Springs is a very quiet park without any of the usual holiday extras such as amusements, cafes, clubs and children’s play areas but these can all be found if required within easy walking distance. No pets are permitted in any of our lodges or on the park (with the exception of registered assistance dogs).
Our self catering log cabins and lodges are ideally situated to explore the West Norfolk and North Norfolk seaside and countryside. Heacham is a large village located 13 miles from the historic town of King’s Lynn, 8 miles from the Queen’s Royal Estate of Sandringham and 3 miles from the popular seaside town of Hunstanton. Our self catering accommodation offers an ideal base for people who enjoy birdwatching as the RSPB reserves of Titchwell Marsh and Snettisham are nearby. Nearby Holkham beach has been named as the BBC Countryfile Beach of the Year 2018. A truly stunning beach that is a must see when visiting the area.
The log cabins and lodges advertised on this website are owned and personally supervised by the resident park owners.
Cedar Springs, Bankside, Heacham, King’s Lynn, Norfolk PE31 7AU
NO PETS PERMITTED
Heacham is a popular seaside village on the coast of West Norfolk. The village is the home of Norfolk Lavender and has historical links with Pocahontas who features on the village sign.
Heacham beach is a mixture of sandy stretches and pebbles and is safe for swimming.
The sunsets are really magnificent in this area. This part of the coastline has the only west facing resorts on the east coast which makes for some absolutely stunning sunsets as the sun sets into the sea…..
Hunstanton is a popular seaside town within walking distance along the prom. Here you will find all the attractions of a Victorian seaside town, including a theatre, Sea Life Centre, fairground, leisure centre, bowling, pitch and putt and much more. Cedar Springs self catering lodges are situated just 3 miles away from this popular seaside resort.
BBC Countryfile Beach of the Year 2018
Nearby Holkham beach was the BBC Countryfile Beach of the Year in 2018. It is widely recognised as one of the most unspoilt and beautiful beaches in England. The beach has vast stretches of golden sand and the beach seems to go on forever when the tide is out. Holkham beach has been used as a location by the film and television industry many times. It is perhaps best known for the closing scenes from ‘Shakespeare in Love’ where Gwyneth Paltrow walks across Holkham sand during low tide.
Sandringham House is the country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen. It has been the private home of British monarchs since 1862. It is probably the most famous stately home in Norfolk. Explore the House, gardens, visitor centre, woodland country park with adventure play area, church and museum.