A stone cottage situated in the heart of Sheringham, with its own little courtyard and homely furnishings.
Ideal for families or couples, this retreat is a charming base to return to, after an afternoon exploring the local area.
Enter directly into the open plan living area, where you will find a well-equipped kitchen, next to a dining area and a comfortable sitting room with soft leather, fully reclining arm chairs.
This sociable arrangement is perfect for spending quality time with your loved ones, as you go about your day.
A winding staircase takes you up to the first floor, which houses a small single bedroom with views of the pretty cul-de-sac courtyard outside.
The neat and tidy family bathroom with a shower attachment, so you can get ready at ease, lies off the landing.
The double bedroom offers a peaceful night's sleep and makes a lovely set up for reading a good book before turning the lights down.
Not much more than a couple of minutes' walk from the beach with elevated views, and a traditional looking pub just across the road, Mussel Cottage is a fabulous choice for a cosy holiday.
Wander further into Sheringham where you can enjoy walking along the East or West promenades, amongst 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.
You will be spoilt for choice in this heart-warming location.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double,1 x single. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire.
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: Children aged 12 years and over only.