Low Season Breaks in Henrys Cottage
- Bird Watching & Grey Seals Weekday Deals
I am offering special offer rates for WEEKDAY stays in Henrys Cottage, Winterton-on-Sea between and from April to June and from mid October to early December. The traditional fisherman’s Cottage accommodation sleeps four plus one small child and is located on the doorstep of RSPB conservation areas. The extensive Winterton Dunes and beach location is a renowned migratory and resident bird sanctuary and is also home to the extensive grey seal colony that has established itself on Horsey and Winterton beach. Therefore Henrys Cottage provides the perfect opportunity if you are seeking to indulge in your hobby or even extend yourself into more advanced wildlife photography.
Note that Winterton beach is an exceptionally good location to view the grey seal colony. Henrys Cottage offers you the opportunity to both visit the seals and also to enhance your digital photography skills. This is preserved and protected wildlife at its very best.
You can learn more about the Winterton Dunes and Winterton Beach RSPB sanctuary here. To know more about the rapidly growing Grey Seal colony please click here. For more information about Henrys Cottage and the historic surrounding area please use the website tabs above.
Special Deal Nightly Rate £100… BOOK NOW!
Rate only available with Discount Code provided. Minimum stay two nights Monday to Friday. Use Discount Code ‘Twitcher10’ when booking or enquiring about your weekday break.
First, check my Availability Calendar to see if your required dates are free. Then simply enter the promotional code above into the field on my Booking Form and I will take care of the rest. I will contact you and confirm. Alternatively, please contact me if you have any questions. This offer is MONDAY to FRIDAY only during the dates shown above. Terms & Conditions apply.
Important. Please note my No Pets policy. Due to extensive pressure on local wildlife, particularly through the increase in the number of domestic dogs in the area, we are actively working with local RSPB and grey seal wardens to reduce the impact that pets have on local habitats. It is a difficult situation for everyone, I am a devoted dog lover myself but recognise and support the hard work that protection wardens are increasingly having to undertake in the local area, especially in the extensive Dunes and the beach regions. Please act responsibly with your pet at all times.