The Old Rose Garden offers quality holiday cottage accommodation for 2 people in one of Norfolk’s favourite seaside villages.
Once a fishing village
In years gone by, Overstrand was a fishing village and this tradition still continues today, but on a smaller scale.
A popular seaside resort in Victorian days
Overstrand was a highly fashionable resort to visit from the late 19th century through to the 1930s.
London journalist, Clement Scott came to Overstrand in 1883 and christened the area as ‘Poppyland’. Nowadays, the village is a quiet and peaceful holiday resort, boasting fine sandy beaches, ideal for families.
The Pleasance Estate
The Old Rose Garden holiday accommodation was once part of the Pleasance Estate, commissioned by Lord and Lady Battersea. The house was designed by Edwin Lutyens.
Overstrand is the perfect place to stay with its Victorian buildings and peaceful surroundings.
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Facilities in Overstrand
The village has a general store and post office, as well as a village pub.
The Seamarge Hotel offers an excellent restaurant and bar, with spectacular views out to the sea. Splendid views are also available from the cliff top café.
Close to the Royal Cromer Golf Course
Golfers will be pleased to know that the Royal Cromer Golf Course is very close by.