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Highlights in Heacham
- Excellent spots for eating
- Varying places to go
- Wonderful beaches
- Incredible nature
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Looking for a holiday rental where you can relax? Visit West Norfolk and discover the picturesque village of Heacham! Here you will find a variety of really great accommodations just a few steps from the warm beach. You can relax to the sound of the waves, bury your feet in the soft sand and have the opportunity to wake up to a spectacular view of the sea. The village is the perfect place to feel inspired, reflect and rest.Cosy holiday rentals with gardens
Whether you are going on holiday with a large group of friends or to just enjoy yourself. Heacham has properties for all types of travellers. Most of them with beautiful natural light, modern furniture, kitchens with everything you need, a garden with enough space for your dog to run and a patio to enjoy a good breakfast outdoors. Best part? The lettings are in locations close to places such as pubs and restaurants to eat out with friends or family so you don't have to worry about cooking.
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The area and getting around
Heacham is considered a popular seaside resort and an excellent place for those travelling with children. The village has two beaches, the north beach and the south beach. Both are covered with golden sands mixed with pebbles and lie along the west coast of Norfolk. The south beach, unlike the north beach, has dunes and its waters have been classified as excellent. Best of all, both beaches have cafes and the walk from the north beach to the south beach is easy - if you want to eat ice cream and watch the sunset, stay in the north and if you want a quieter place to walk your dog, head south.The villages near Heacham
Familiarize yourself with the surroundings of the village! Heacham has easy access to the nearby villages from the beaches. You can walk to La Reserva Snettisham from the South beach, going south. It is a quiet place and a popular trail overlooking The Wash, where you will be impressed by the marshes and the display of hundreds of wading birds. Similarly, if you head north from Heacham you will reach the coastal town of Hunstanton, situated about 4 miles away, known for its famous striped cliffs and beautiful gardens. From Hunstanton you can also take a short coastal walk following the Norfolk Coast Path to the east, keeping the sea on your left, which will take you through the impressive cliffs, past the Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Holme Dunes Nature Reserve, to Old Coal Shed in Thornham.
Travellers and activities
Don't know where to take the family? Go to Norfolk Lavender! It is one of the best places to visit for all ages. It was founded in 1932 and is one of England's leading lavender farms with a national collection of over 50 varieties of beautiful lavenders. The centre has 100 acres that fill the place with a relaxing fragrance and provides an experience where children and adults can be in contact with wild animals, like Alpacas, Wallabies, Pigs, Owls, Peacocks and rare breeds such as the Hungarian Rose-Horned Sheep and the African Miniature Zebu. Children can also have fun in a play centre full of slides, tunnels, swings and bridges. On the other hand, if you want to learn more about lavender, you can book a tour and learn how it is grown and obtained for perfume. By the end of the day, if you are feeling hungry, go to the Tearoom & Restaurant and try the homemade menu and the famous Lavender Cake which will certainly not disappoint you.Heacham for couples
Heacham also has places of interest for those travelling in pairs. If you are looking for a place to have a good time, you should go to Fox & Hounds. A pub where you will be offered one of the most pleasant visits accompanied by a selection of exotic food. You will enjoy meat, vegetarian options and beer as well as a children's area in the bar. And for an outdoor experience, you can plan a visit to Sandringham Country Park, just minutes away from Heacham, and stroll through its 600 acres of woodland, parks and cycling trails. The Country Park also has a café terrace with hot and cold drinks, but if you wish, you can have a picnic on the grounds. Or you can head west to Norfolk at King's Lynn and walk the 6 acres of the Gooderstone Water Gardens. A unique and charming attraction that looks like something out of a painting with its beautiful bridges and gardens worthy of a romantic day.
John Rolfe, husband of the famous Pocahontas, was born in Heacham in 1855. You can find a memorial to Pocahontas in the St Mary the Virgin Church.
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If you are looking for a place to distract the children and spend some fun time with them, Snettisham is a 329 acre farm perfect to go to! The little ones can venture out on a red deer safari, feed beautiful lambs and ride ponies in the stables. Besides, during the months of May, June and July you will have the great opportunity to see the beautiful spotted calves, so be sure to bring your camera too so you don't miss this lovely scene. At the end of the visit, you can stop by the tea room for a bite to eat and then buy a souvenir in the shop for the family.2. Enjoy the beauty of West Acre Gardens
The beautiful West Acre Gardens is certainly a paradise not to be missed during your holiday. Located near the town of West Acre just minutes away from Heacham, it is a charming garden that has a great display of unusual and interesting beauty consisting of shrubs, ornamental herbs, trees, bamboos and a Mediterranean garden that will leave you amazed with its colours. You will enjoy the peace and quiet of this incomparable rural space.3. Eat at The West Norfolk
An excellent place to go out to eat in Heacham is the old West Norfolk pub. The establishment prides itself on excellent customer service, serving delicious home cooked food and drinks to suit all tastes. You can find everything from roast beef, steaks, grills, pizzas and a selection of vegetables for those who are vegetarian.4. Visit the historic Castle Rising
Castle Rising is considered one of the most famous 12th century castles and is one of the largest and best preserved in England. You can explore the Great Hall, its waiting room, its 20 acres and see the remains of the old Norman church and the elaborate decoration on the keep. In addition, the castle hosts exciting events where history is revived with medieval recreations full of fun. An excellent place to have a picnic while the children run around the architecture.5. Stop at Farmer Fred's Adventure Play Barn
On the way back to Heacham, pass through Farmer Fred's Adventure Play Barn with the kids. The farm has a 3D adventure area that allows children to climb heights, go down spiral slides and through mazes. While they play you can relax and enjoy the best quality cuisine, the range of hot drinks and the free wifi.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Heacham
Heacham is one of the cheapest cities in the United Kingdom! For a stay here you will pay around £119.50 per night.
If you would like to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Heacham are June (£111.1 per night for accommodation, on average), September (£111.17), and July (£114.57).
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Heacham was December, with an average price of £141.1 per night. This was followed by November, with an average of £131.69, and January, with £128.72.
It's worthwhile if you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Heacham, as only 25% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
January, March, and February are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 47.5%, 41.5% and 40.6%.
The months with the lowest properties available in Heacham are, in order, October, August and July, with respective average availability figures of 9.4%, 10.8%, and 11%, based on data collected in 2020.
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