- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Approximate Pricing: £40 - £43 P.P.P.N.
- Enjoy England Award: 4 Stars
1 king size en-suite room and private lounge.
Visit Britain GOLD AWARD for exceptional service and national BREAKFAST AWARD.
Our home is ideally situated in a very quiet location 3 minutes walk from the beach/coastal path and 4 minutes walk from the town centre.Just rennovated to a high standard it incorporates a number of eco features. Romantic bedroom with Juliet balcony and chandeliers.
TRULY BEAUTIFUL SOUTH FACING BEDROOM
Parabeen free bespoke toiletries from Aroma Natural
Handmade King size bed with organic white cotton bedding and memory foam topped mattress
Fluffy towels, bathrobes, hairdryer, drinks tray
PRIVATE LOUNGE WITH UNDERFLOOR HEATING
Woodburner for chillier days
TV/CD/DVD in lounge or try our Vintage games
Free Wi Fi is available in all rooms.
NATIONAL AWARD WINNING BREAKFASTS offered overlooking - or in - our beautiful garden.
All breakfasts use locally sourced ingredients.
Full English or a variety of breakfast specials. Homemade bread.
Specialist diets catered for.
Our adress is 16,Priory Rd,Sheringham. NR26 8EW
Enjoy our sheltered south facing garden with choice of seating areas.
Off road car parking.
If you would like to reduce your carbon footprint we can meet you from the train.
Norfolk here is not flat as glaciated valleys make for a variety of stunning scenery, cliffs, wooded hills and sandy beaches. Sheringham is a traditional seaside market town with a good range of shops and restaurants, a swimming pool and leisure centre and a theatre/cinema. Other attractions:
Home of the North Norfolk Steam Railway
The National Trust stately Homes and gardens of Felbrigg, Blickling and Sheringham Park
Muckleborough: large working military collection
Holt and Burnham Market: Georgian towns with cafe culture, independent shops and galleries
Norwich: historic City with modern shopping centre
Nature Reserves: several within easy reach
The Pirate House is ideally situated for walks. A path runs from our back gate to Beeston Common a Site of Special Scientific Interest
The 43 mile coastal path is a 3 minute walk away and we can point you to wonderful shorter walks, many across National Trust land.
We are missing you all! We are not at present accepting any bookings. Sorry. Will keep it under review. Sue.
Ask the owner, Mrs. Sue Burton a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.