Chapel Guest House
Next-the Sea, Norfolk, NR29 4EH
Proprietors: Michael and Linda Colbert
Contact: Tel: (01493) 393498
Recommended by Which? Good Bed & Breakfast Guide
English Tourism Council
4 Diamonds Guest Accommodation
"Golden Achievement Award for Excellence of Quality and
Service - Retreat of the Year"
Guests' Entrance hall
The Old Chapel offers three guest rooms, double and twin, all on the ground
floor and with countryside views. All rooms have en-suite facilities,
TV, Wi-Fi, and a beverage tray. The non-smoking guest accommodation,
with it's own front door, is entirely separate from the proprietors' private
A varied breakfast menu is provided and meals are cooked individually
to order. Local produce is used whenever possible and vegetarians are
catered for. There are a number of nearby
pubs which serve lunches and evening meals, including the Nelson Head, which is a fifteen minute walk away.
The Breakfast Room
Bedroom, with views to the dunes
£80.00 per night (based on two nights)
Single Occupancy: £60.00 per night
Children over 12 welcome
Sorry. No pets.
Open All Year
Payment accepted by Cash / Cheque only.
For more details
telephone 01493 393498.
Horsey Mill and Staithe
The tiny village of Horsey is located on the easternmost edge of the Broads,
reaching down to the dunes that border the miles of unspoiled beach. The
Old Chapel lies one mile north of Horsey Mill, in an Area of Outstanding
Natural Beauty, surrounded by National Trust land and within a few minutes
walk of both the beach and the Broads. The setting is tranquil: the
sunrises and sunsets
are a delight!
You do not need to get into your car to experience the North Norfolk countryside,
Broads and beaches! Directly from The Old Chapel you can enjoy a circular
walk that embraces open countryside, reed beds, Brograve Mill, Horsey
Mere, dunes and beach, where seals can often be observed at close quarters.
Horsey Beach and Dunes
Winter walk to Brograve Mill
There is abundant bird life all around The Old Chapel. Marsh Harriers
are a common sight, and an evening stroll is often enhanced by the presence
of a Barn Owl. Winter is the time to see the large flocks of Pink-footed
Geese but, perhaps most exciting of all is the sight and sound of the
resident Crane population - it is not unusual to see a group of Cranes
feeding within a few hundred yards of The Old Chapel!
The Old Chapel is on the B1159 coast road, approximately
twelve miles north of Great Yarmouth.
From Norwich, take the A47 towards Great Yarmouth, turn
off at Acle onto the A1064 and then the B1152, through Martham, to the
junction with the B1159. Turn left and after approximately two miles you
will pass Horsey Mill; keep going, and after another mile you will arrive
at The Old Chapel, where a warm welcome awaits.