Winterton Valley Chalet Park is very quiet and peaceful, with beautiful scenery and long walks along the valley, dunes and beach. It has NO clubhouse, amusement arcades or bingo! It is an ideal holiday location for nature lovers, bird watchers and those looking for a quiet relaxing break.
Dogs are welcome in all our chalets and all local beaches. They will have miles of walks off the lead along the valley, dunes and beach.
Access to the beach is via a track into the valley and across the dunes. Please note: Access to the valley and beach directly from the chalet park would not be possible for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility.
Our chalets are 80A, 154, 168 and 257
WINTERTON-ON-SEA is a quiet former fishing village, with small local shops, including post office, newsagents, general store and excellent fish and chip shop.
The 300 year old village pub, The Fishermans Return, popular with both holiday makers and locals, serves a wide selection of meals and a selection of ales, wines and spirits.
Winterton beach cafe is situated high on the dunes with inside and outdoor seating overlooking the sea, offering tasty snacks, hot and cold drinks and icecreams. New in 2017 the Dunes Cafe has provided some cosy cabins to sit inside with your dogs after a walk on a cold or wet day.
The village is characterized by its many pretty pastel coloured cottages,and back lanes waiting to be explored!
A short walk along the valley, dunes or beach will bring you to the neighbouring village of Hemsby. The Kingsway precinct in the village centre includes a new Co-op shop, (was Spar), chemist, hairdressers and Chinese takeaway .This is also the main location for buses, into Martham in one direction, and Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft going south.
Opposite Kingsway precinct is Beach Road, which leads from the village centre to the beach, with shops, cafes and amusement arcades. Here you will also find fun fairs, children’s rides and many souvenir shops.
Great Yarmouth is a popular seaside resort, with miles of sandy beaches, tourist attractions, restaurants and bars. Sea front firework displays are staged during peak weeks. The Britannia Pier theatre has shows with well known artistes throughout the summer season.
No holiday in our region would be complete without a visit to the Norfolk Broads, with its unique landscape of shallow lakes connected by rivers and waterways. Hiring a boat from one of the many local boatyards offers the opportunity to see the wildlife up close, exploring the delights of this beautiful area. Stop by at Horsey for a meal or drink in The Nelson Head and visit the seals on Horsey beach.
Norwich is the capital city of Norfolk and is a day out not to be missed, with its beautiful Norman Cathedral and Castle museum standing high above the city.
The city centre boasts one of the most popular shopping centres in the country, with two large indoor malls, Chapelfield and Castle Mall with most high street names. The many cobbled streets, alleyways and lanes have a variety of small independent shops.
Gentlemans Walk is home to the largest permanent open air market in England, with a wide variety of stalls open 6 days a week