With a Victorian railway carriage hidden inside, The Patch is a comfortable, informal seaside holiday home in Norfolk.
It sits in its own large, private garden, on the edge of a lake, a few minutes walk from a quiet, undeveloped beach. Sleeping up to eight in four bedrooms (two in the railway carriage), The Patch is available all year round. Anyone looking for a quiet place far from crowds, traffic and street lights is likely to enjoy a stay here. We offer peace and tranquillity, dark nights and quiet days, amazing sunsets and glowing dawns.
You’ll find The Patch between Kings Lynn and Hunstanton, well off the beaten track, but part of an eccentric community of privately owned, chalets, bungalows and static caravans, mostly used for holidays.
On the edge of the RSPB Snettisham bird and wildlife sanctuary, with open access all year, it’s a wonderful wild land where children (and dogs) can run, play and explore freely. Watersports, wildlife, walking, fishing, golf, history and many attractions are nearby. A castle, a windmill, a lavender farm, fine old towns, quaint villages, stately homes – you could even spot a real live Royal if you visit Sandringham House, a few miles away.