- £748 per week
- £107 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 2 single beds
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- Family friendly
- Private parking
How far to ...?
- Beach 0.5 miles
- Pub 0.5 miles
- Shop 0.5 miles
- Swimming pool
- Welcome pack
- Ground floor WC
Important - please note
- Check in: 7:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
These four beautifully refurbished cottages are set in the extensive mature and secure gardens and grounds of the 16th century Grade II listed Pilgrims House, which was once the farmhouse of Bromholm Priory. A track behind the properties leads to the sandy beach. See further cottage details and 360 degree views on www.pilgrimsholidaycottages.co.uk Shop/Pub: 0.5 miles
Gardens: Each cottage has its own private area with table, chairs and gas barbecue. There is shared use of the extensive gardens with a summerhouse, outdoor chess set and swingball.
Swimming Pool: At the centre of the complex the 16th Century Grade II listed, thatched barn houses a large 13 x 5 metre heated indoor swimming pool and has exposed beams and stained glass windows, with sauna, shower and wc The pool, with an average year round temperature of 30c, is available for all guests and it may be used between 11.00am to 16.00pm.
There is no lifeguard, so an adult must supervise children at all times and nobody can use the pool area on their own.
All facilities and swimming pool are open with allocated time slots for the pool.
Laundry: The laundry is on the ground floor of the old gig house next to the manager’s office. With washing machine, tumble dryer, irons and ironing boards for guests to use free of charge. Plus an ice machine for all to use.
Exercise and Game Room: On the first floor of the old gig house with an exercise bike,weights, air hockey/pool table and table football. Children under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult
Bike Shed: Lockable bike storage available next to the Manager’s Office
Parking: There is a private car park with parking for one car per property with further free public parking available 30 metres away in Abbey Street.
Pets: One very well-behaved dog per cottage. Please be aware of our booking information regarding pets
Pilgrims Prospect is a stunning conversion of the original tack room and forge, and has many unique features. It has terracotta floors throughout the ground floor and old pine floorboards to the upper galleries. Flint walls and exposed beams give character to this delightful cottage, whilst underfloor heating gives a cosy feeling in winter.
Spacious Sitting/Dining Room with comfortable seating, TV, DVD player, radio/CD player, dining table and chairs and a flame-effect fire set in the old kiln giving a feeling of times gone by
Kitchen with electric cooker/grill, dishwasher, microwave and larder fridge with icebox
Bathroom with bath/shower attachment, washbasin and wc
First Floor: Accessed from Sitting Room
Gallery Bedroom 1 - a heavy curtain provides privacy if required with a double bed, side tables, dressing table and hanging space
Gallery Bedroom 2 - a heavy curtain provides privacy if required with twin beds, side tables and wardrobe
Also Provided: Towels - please bring your own beach/pool towels. Highchair, Books, games and CDs. Access to WiFi Internet connection.
Notes: Gallery bedrooms. Caution with young children. Please be aware that infants are counted as a member of the party
Once an important place of pilgrimage, the ruins of Bromholm Priory are still to be seen in Bacton today. The Priory was built in 1113 AD by William de Glanville and was home to the Cluniacs, the Black Monks who purchased a piece of the True Cross, the Bromholm Roode. Ensuing miracles ensured visits by many thousands of pilgrims including King Henry III. The Priory was mentioned in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, the Domesday Book, and was the subject of a prediction in Mother Shipton's Almanac.
Today the coastal village opens its doors to the 21st century pilgrims who visit for their holidays. They enjoy the friendly village atmosphere and the sandy beaches, which are often quiet even in the height of summer. There is a good range of local amenities including a pub and shop nearby, a children's playground and a bowling green.