A charming fisherman’s end-terrace flint cottage set over two floors and located in the vibrant traditional seaside town of Sheringham, Norfolk.
Located only a short walk from the beach and Blue Flag seafront, this property is the perfect choice for those wanting a traditional seaside holiday with all that Sheringham has to offer.
On the ground floor there is an open plan kitchen, dining and living area with an electric fire, TV with a Blu-ray DVD player and with comfortable armchairs to relax in whilst contemplating how you may choose to spend the coming days.
Outside there is a small terrace where you can catch the morning sun and enjoy a drink or partake in some alfresco dining, perhaps enjoying some of the locally caught seafood landed that morning.
Just a few steps take you to the extensive sandy beach, or into the vibrant town which offers a wide range of traditional seaside amusements, a number of pubs and a diverse range of shops, cafes and restaurants.
You can take a steam train to the popular local villages of Weybourne and Holt, or perhaps take a trip to visit one of a number of local stately homes, including Sheringham Park, Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall.
With the stunning north Norfolk coastline on your door step offering sandy and pebble beaches, local boat trips to see the seals, bird watching at the local RSPB Reserve, and so many things to see and do, there is something for everyone to enjoy whilst staying at this lovely cottage.
About the location
Cromer 4.8 miles.
Sheringham was originally a small fishing village on the North Norfolk coast, but with the arrival of the railways in 1887 it prospered and grew into a popular holiday town. Sheringham has been awarded ten consecutive European Blue Flags for cleanliness for its beach, along with awards from Britain in Bloom, Anglia in Bloom, and Best Coastal Resort. Enjoy walking along the East or West promenades, offering sea views with blue skies and red sunsets, a beach with a silver-pebbled shoreline leading to golden sands with rock pools and streams next to ochre cliffs, local fishing boats and a RLNI lifeboat station with museum. This attractive traditional seaside town also has the 'Little Theatre', open all year round, seaside gardens with seating, a model boating lake, independent shops, tea rooms, steam railway, golfing, amusement arcades, and fish & chip shops selling locally-caught fish.
Note: No children
Note: Private garage available at £27.50 per week, payable directly to owner via cheque or PayPal. Alternatively street parking and council car-park close by.