Cedar Springs is a family owned chalet park established in 1966.
The Chalet Park is set in five acres of landscaped grounds situated in a peaceful location away from the road but only 5 minutes walk from Heacham Beach.
It is ideally situated to explore the West Norfolk, and North Norfolk seaside and countryside, being 13 miles from the historic town of Kings Lynn, 5 miles from Sandringham and 3 miles from the Edwardian seaside town of Hunstanton.
Although the park is very quiet without any of the usual holiday extras such as amusements, cafés, clubs etc, these can all be found if required, within walking distance.
We can offer peace and quiet in relaxing surroundings with a variety of wild life, ranging from ducks (please do not feed) hedgehogs, rabbits, squirrels, and even visiting deer. Very safe for children. No Dogs are allowed in any of the properties or on the Park.
The holiday lodges advertised are owned and personally supervised by the resident Park owner Antonia Howe and the bookings managed by Kristel Howe.
They are annually inspected by the Visit England assessors.
Local Views and Descriptions
Heacham Beach is a mixture of sandy stretches and pebbles, but is safe for swimming.
The sunsets are really magnificent. This part of the coastline has the only west-facing resorts on the east coast.
Heacham village itself is world famous as the home of Norfolk Lavender, and a tour of the lavender fields is to be recommended. The village also has historical links with the Indian Princess Pocahontas, who features on the village sign.
Hunstanton is within easy walking distance along the the prom. Here you will find all the attractions of an Edwardian seaside town, including a theatre, Sea Life Centre, the Oasis swimming pool, bowling, and pitch and putt. This beach has been awarded the Blue Flag award.
The towns and villages along the North Norfolk coast are noted for their charm as they offer a mix of seaside and countryside plus some lovely old pubs to stop and enjoy a good meal.