St. Nicholas Cottage in Sheringham
"Beautifully restored fisherman's cottage! One of the oldest buildings in Sheringham. 1 min from beach. Parking & private garden."
Charming, cosy and spacious fisherman\\\'s cottage in the heart of Sheringham. St Nicholas\\\' Cottage is in an ideal location, close to shops, restaurants and the beach. The property is deceivingly spacious, with 3 good-sized bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large kitchen and a dining room.
The house has been fitted with high-quality furnishings and oak furniture. A great deal of thought has gone into those little extras that will make your stay that much more enjoyable. We have provided a washer/dryer and a dishwasher to save you time. The lounge is equipped with a HD TV and Blu-Ray DVD player.
St Nicholas\\\' \\\'Cottage is one of the oldest buildings on record in the town. We have tried our utmost to restore its character and history, preserving the exposed beams and opening up the fireplace to its former size.
The cottage has only been receiving guests for a couple of months so everything is practically brand new. We have received nothing but positive feedback from our previous guests. Feel free to read our reviews on Trip Advisor: http://www.holidaylettings.co.uk/rentals/sheringham/211427
1 double ensuite and 2 twin/1 twin and 1 double
There is a private enclosed garden to the rear of the property equipped with a table and chairs and a BBQ. There is a small patio area and a lawn. The garden is a real sun trap. There is a removable linen line to dry your washing. There is also a small table and chairs undercover on the patio so you can enjoy the garden in all weathers. Both the kitchen and dining room doors open onto the patio. The garden is well-kept and decorated with planted tubs and borders.
There is secure parking available in a private garage a 3 minute walk away from the property. This a complimentary facility we provide for our guests. If you have more than one car, there are three council-owned car parks within a five minute walk of the property, for which a permit can be purchased from the Tourist Information Centre. This costs pound;27.50 for the week and can be used in any council car park in the North Norfolk area, so you can also use it on day trips. You can also find nearby off-street parking in the surrounding streets.
St Nicholas's cottage is perfectly situated in the heart of Sheringham, just a short stroll to the seafront and beach. There are five pubs nearby offering food and real ale. For the more energetic there is Beeston Bump from where there are excellent views of the coastline and surrounding countryside. Just a short walk away, there is the North Norfolk Steam Railway which is popular with young and old alike. Special Thomas the Tank and 1940s weekends are just a few events regularly scheduled.
There are: 3 golf courses, a karting track, tennis and squash courts and fishing lakes all within a couple of miles. There is Cromer surf school for those wanting to learn a new hobby. Even on a rainy day there will be plenty to keep you entertained, including Cromer Cinema, Rossi's Bowling Alley at North Walsham and 2 swimming pools.
A short drive away you will find Cley and Blakney, popular for seal trips and bird watching. Cromer Pier is the perfect place to go on a sunny evening. You can purchase a drink or a meal and watch as the sun appears to disappear into the North Sea.
For those into history, there's the Muckleburgh Military Museum in neighbouring Weybourne, where you can take a step back into time by taking a 'bone shaking' costal ride in a military vehicle. Sheringham hosts an annual 40s Festival, when people come from afar to relive the wartime era, dressing up, travelling by steam train and even eating spam sandwiches.
Whatever type of holiday you prefer, this region will have something for you.
For those looking to enjoy the natural beauty of the area, you can walk for miles along the Norfolk coast as well as through the many scenic National Trust parks. Sheringham Park, Felbrigg and Blickling all offer beautiful grounds to admire.
If you\\\'re into bird watching, the nearby salt marshes and NCPB bird watching centre are ideal. There are numerous cycle tracks throughout North Norfolk, with bike hire available from various locations.
An alternative way to see some of the area is by one of the region\\\'s railway lines. North Norfolk is home to the Bure Valley Railway, the North Norfolk Steam Railway as well as a local line connecting Sheringham to Cromer, Norwich and surrounding towns and villages.
Just 20 miles from Sheringham you'll find the Norfolk Broads, where you can hire a boat if you're feeling adventurous, or alternatively you can sit back and relax on an organised Broads tour.
The beautiful city of Norwich boasting 2 Cathedrals, a 900 year-old Norman castle is just 25 miles away.
Holt and Burnham Market, within 20 or 30 minutes respectively, are both charming market towns, where there are many individual shops catering for everyone's needs.
Holkham boasts a beautiful beach with wood and dunes. Holkham Hall is worth a visit with its bygone museum and boat trip on the lake. Sandringham, the Queen's Christmas residence is 35 miles away and makes for a great day out.
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