The Patch is a homely self catering holiday home, sleeping up to eight people in four bedrooms. It is situated on the north west Norfolk coast between Hunstanton and Kings Lynn. Uniquely, The Patch was built around a Victorian railway carriage, which is at the heart of the house as it is today.

The house is an informal, family-friendly, self-catering holiday home at Snettisham Beach, on the edge of The Wash on the North West coast of Norfolk. It’s a few minutes walk along rough footpaths from a quiet, undeveloped beach, close to the internationally famous RSPB Snettisham nature reserve. It lies between Kings Lynn and Hunstanton, and is just a few miles from Sandringham House, the Royal Family’s own ‘holiday home’…

See what our guests have to say:

Super time! A really wonderful venue for David’s big 4-0! The Patch had everything we could possibly want, brilliant place for a BBQ and fun times. Thank you very much!

Lovely holiday retreat, great location, great wildlife especially the resident duck family, we were blessed with lovely sunny weather. Hope to return soon!

It was our first time in this region and we enjoyed our stay. Nice breakfasts in the garden, good weather, beautiful walks on the beach, nice cycling in the fields. We love these little villages and we liked the steam train. Jill and Tim thanks for you hospitality and warm welcome!

A brilliant place to spend Christmas with the family.