A beautifully-presented semi-detached cottage which is situated close to the centre of Sheringham in North Norfolk.
This lovely cottage is in a tranquil spot, ideal for families or friends to get away from it all.
The cottage is presented to a high standard throughout.
Step in and enjoy the cosy sitting room after a day out exploring.
Walk through the sitting room and enter the light, airy fully-equipped kitchen with dining area and a patio door leading out to a secluded patio area with outdoor furniture and solar powered lighting.
The front gravelled garden with views overlooking the common is an ideal spot for breakfast in the morning or enjoying a good book while catching the warmth of the sun during the summer months.
Upstairs there is a large master bedroom with lovely views over the common, a twin bedroom and a shower room.
The cottage has lovely views over Beeston Back Common with its network of streams running through and minutes from the wonderful beach.
The land adjacent to the cottage also has a handy washing line which guests can use to dry any wet swimming clothes.
The cottage is perfectly located for exploring Sheringham or relaxing on the beach.
There are plenty of attractions nearby with the heritage railway Poppy Line where you can hop on and enjoy a nostalgic trip to the popular town of Holt, renowned for its selection of cafes, independent shops, antiques and the arts.
There is excellent walking and cycling on your doorsteps with beautiful coastal routes to explore.
Just a short drive away, there are some fantastic wildlife reserves and stately homes such as Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall and the royal residence at Sandringham.
This really is a wonderful cottage for couples, friends and families to enjoy this wonderful location, whatever the time of the year.
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.