If you like my beach huts then you are going to LOVE my beach house!!!
If you’ve ever thought how nice it would be to stay in one of my huts overnight then this is the place for you! All of the personality and character of my beach huts but with the added bonus of lots more home comforts and a longer stay!
Daisy Beach House is styled on my beach huts - bright furnishings, white walls, tongue and groove panelling, bunting, fairy lights and lots of fun and quirky accessories! You will really feel the holiday vibe when you walk in! It has 4 double bedrooms sleeping 8 people and a huge new kitchen diner leading to a very colourful enclosed back garden with decking and covered seating area. The best thing of all is it’s location in the street right behind the beach huts meaning you can easily nip back to the house if you’re on the beach to replenish supplies or (if you’re anything like me…) pick up something you’ve forgotten!
The house comes with a beach hut included for stays out of season. At other times, a beach hut is subject to availability so if you want to guarantee one you will need to book and pay for it in the usual way on this website but if I have one available last minute on the day then it's yours for just a £5 cleaning fee!
The address of the house is 20 Woodberry Way, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex, CO14 8EL
It’s available to hire through AirBnB using this link :-
VIEW DAISY BEACH HOUSE ON AIRBNB
There are loads of photos on AirBnB too
Check in time is 3pm and check out is 10am.
Quiet, well behaved dogs (2 max) are welcome (though strictly not on the beds or furniture!) You must scoop any poop immediately from the garden. There will be a charge of £10 per dog for the extra cleaning involved. Please do not leave dogs unattended in the house or garden.
Please note, we want our guests to use the Daisy Beach House as we do, with respect and careful enjoyment. Our neighbours are our friends and we do not want to cause a nuisance. If you make excessive noise or any anti-social behaviour, you will be asked to leave without refund. Sorry to be blunt but I want to be very clear about this!
Strictly No hen or stag parties are permitted!
Daisy Beach House is situated on Woodberry Way (https://goo.gl/maps/Taijv4d473j3bqAs8) which is the street right behind the beach huts at Southcliff so the beach and prom are easily accessible from the house. It’s just a short stroll to the pier, the centre of Walton and an Aldi, Marks and Spencer Food and a fabulous pub called The Victory! Walton also boasts the second longest pier in England, a marina with a lovely restaurant called Harbour Lights, several pubs, fish and chip shops, hair and beauty salons, souvenir shops, supermarkets, restaurants, bars, an indoor swimming pool complex, childrens play areas and even a virtual reality studio for all your gamers young and old!
Walton is not just a summer destination either! There’s nothing nicer (in my opinion) than a bracing walk along the prom and beach on a sunny winter’s day followed by a cup of tea in the shelter of a beach hut staring out to sea then a delicious meal in our favourite pub or fish and chips back in the hut! There’s loads to do in summer and winter including bike rides, fossil hunting at the Naze, seal watching trips from the marina and of course, not forgetting, the pier with its arcades, bowling and rides meaning there’s something to do even on a rainy day!
Walton is a traditional seaside town, unique in that it is surrounded on three sides by the sea. Its three miles of gently shelving sandy beaches facing south-east stretch from Frinton to the Naze. To the north, the sea sweeps round the Naze into the backwaters, known as Hamford Water, and the Walton Channel stretches right down to Walton Mere, only 300 yards from the main beach. The Naze, as well as being a natural open space, is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) famed for its fossils found in the Red Crag cliffs.
As well as these glorious natural features, Walton is known for its iconic tower at The Naze from where panoramic views can be enjoyed of the Walton backwaters, Harwich and Felixstowe and the Suffolk coast. The tower – built in 1720 by Trinity House as a navigational aid for ships making for Harwich Harbour – is now an art gallery and tea rooms.
Walton has a fascinating history, wonderful walks and nature reserves, and is one of the driest places in England, with an average rainfall of less than 20 inches. Happy Days!