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Foxes Croft

Sandy Lane, Ingoldisthorpe

Small-detached bungalow sleeping 2/3 with parking and garden near Sandringham, RSPB Snettisham and coast. Contact Number 01485 520216.

This is a comfortable, warm, small detached bungalow within 10 minutes of the coast. It is situated between the larger villages of Dersingham and Snettisham. Although sleeping three it is ideal accommodation for two people. The sitting room has a small settee, easy chair, dining table, television and video. The main bedroom a double bed and the single bedroom leads into the shower room which includes toilet and washbasin. The kitchen includes electric cooker, refrigerator with freezer compartment, spin dryer and microwave. The front garden faces open fields and the back has a secluded lawn and seating area with summerhouse. Further back is the larger mainly grassed area. This part of Norfolk has a coastline which is famous for its west facing sunsets, particularly Snettisham, Heacham and Hunstanton which is also known for its striped cliffs. Inland there are unspoilt picturesque villages to explore, many with pubs serving meals. Parking, heating and linen included. Dogs welcome. Brochure available.

Cycle storage available.


Prices from £305 to £435.


  • Garden
  • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangement
  • Non-smoking property
  • Pet Friendly
  • Children welcome
  • Barbecue
  • DVD player
  • Hairdryer
  • Radio
  • Shower
  • Television
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Microwave cooker
  • Ironing facilities
  • Linen provided
  • Free Parking on Site


Foxes Croft,
Sandy Lane,
PE31 6NN


By Road:
King's Lynn take A149 sign posted Hunstanton. At roundabout straight over sign posted Dersingham. Continue straight over traffic lights to village of Ingoldisthorpe.

By Public Transport:
On King's Lynn to Hunstanton. Bus stop 200 metres.

Nearby events & attractions

  • Sandringham

    , King's Lynn

    The Royal Family's country retreat - perhaps the most famous historic house in Norfolk, set in "the finest of the Royal gardens" and with a fascinating museum.

  • RSPB Snettisham Nature Reserve

    Snettisham, King's Lynn

    This is one place to witness two of the UK's great wildlife spectacles. On big tides, as the water covers the mudflats, tens of thousands of wading birds are pushed off their feeding ground and settle on inlands in front of the RSPB hides.

  • Snettisham Park

    Snettisham, King's Lynn

    Providing unique safari tours, a visitor centre, tearoom and souvenir shop. Indoor and outdoor activities include farm animals and pets. There is an adventure playground and farm trails.