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Sandy Bottom is a fabulous beach hut on Old Hunstanton beach, just a 2-3 minute walk from Sea-Glimpse – it's the perfect spot for making the most of your holiday any time of year!
Kitted out to ensure you maximise your time on the beach, from breakfast 'til sundown, with plenty of seating and space to stretch out, picnic and relax!
WHAT'S IN THE HUT?
16ft x 10ft. Furniture includes two director's chairs, two reclining 'easy' chairs and two fold-up stools. A vintage 1950's kitchen unit, housing an assortment of mugs, plates and cutlery. In addition, there is a curtained-off changing area with a large storage bench, which is ideal for a lie-down!
For health and safety reasons, there is no stove. However, we do provide a flask to prepare hot drinks at Sea-Glimpse to enjoy at the hut. In addition, the wonderful Old
Boathouse Café (opposite the lifeboat station, a couple of minutes walk away) sells take-away tea, coffee and food, including ice cream and delicious homemade cake (highly recommended!). There is also a cold water tap close by for filling up the dog's bowl, which is provided.
No day at the beach would be complete without a spot of sandcastle construction and a fiercely contested game of French cricket - Sandy Bottom houses a supply of essential beach paraphernalia, including windbreak, buckets and spades, a frisbee, petanque set and fleece blankets (it can get chilly after a dip in the sea... brrr!).
HOW TO BOOK
Sandy Bottom is available exclusively to guests of Sea-Glimpse. Please follow the guidelines below or via the Bookings page, then check availability when you contact us, to indicate you would like to hire Sandy Bottom too.
It's good to know...
The hire of Sandy-Bottom runs from the morning after your arrival at Sea-Glimpse until the evening prior to your departure.
There is a strict No Smoking policy in around the huts. We strongly support campaigns to keep the UK's beaches clean; bin cigarette butts appropriately. Please do not bury them in the sand!