Cottage Accessibility

If you have any questions regarding accessibility, please ring or email us via the contact form.  The properties are not specifically marketed as disabled friendly. There are no grab rails at any of them. Beachscape and Tides were built in the 1960s on a small footprint with narrower doorways than standard and small bedrooms.

Bramble Cottage is a one storey barn conversion with a step from the kitchen to the lounge and from the lounge into the hallway.

Cromer Flint Cottage has Norfolk Winder stairs which are narrower and steeper than traditional stairs. The two bedrooms and bathroom are on the first floor.

Beach Access: Many parts of the coastline along the Norfolk Coast are above sea level and therefore may have stepped access to the beaches. There are small boat ramps dotted along plus large ramps at certain beaches. This list of large ramps is not exhaustive but includes West Runton, East Runton, Cromer, Trimingham, Cart Gap and Sea Palling. Find information about them here, by zooming into the map and clicking on each marker: Boatlaunch

More useful links here:

Norfolk Accessible Countryside, Sport and Disabled Organisations

Wheelchair Access to the Norfolk Coast Path 

Norfolk Pubs with disabled access

Norfolk Visitor Attractions with disabled access

Disabled access – Norfolk Wildlife Trust

Disabled Access on the Norfolk Broads

Disabled Facilities Royal Norfolk Show

Disabled Access Reviews

Visit England – Accessible England

Do let us know if any of these links become out of date or you find a useful resource to add.