- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- Approximate Pricing: £475 - £830 per week
2 double bedrooms
Within sight and sound of the sea, this delightful fisherman’s cottage offers the ideal location for a relaxing break with ample activities to keep you entertained. Splashpoint is also dog-friendly and is tucked away in a quiet no-through road; only 20 yards from Sheringham’s promenade and miles of sandy beach.
- Living room reclining chairs and TV wifi
- Dining room
- Fully equipped kitchen with hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer.
- Shower room
- Bedroom One (Captain's Room) double bed with sea views
- Bedroom Two (Crew's Room) Two single beds.
Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included, travel cot, reclining chairs, gas cooker, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, hair dryers, small collection of DVDs books and games, picnic basket and cool-box, beach toys, enclosed courtyard with furniture, car park nearby (permit required), no smoking, dogs are welcome..
Splashpoint has a charming enclosed courtyard with night lighting and furniture overlooking the sea. Perfect for an early morning breakfast or late-night drink!
There is no parking at Splashpoint Sheringham as it is an old fisherman cottage, but it guests can pre-arrange parking at nearby pubs. Please ask us for contact details.
Sheringham also has ample public parking, a week parking pass can be purchased from Sheringham Tourist information.
Alternatively there is off-street parking nearby.
Once a traditional fishing village, Sheringham is a delightful seaside town where fishing and crab boats still trade from the shore. There are hundreds of days out and activities on the doorstep to make your stay at Splashpoint Sheringham a memorable holiday.
Spend time in Sherringham in the vibrant town centre, visit in the summer during Carnival Week or in the off season for a quiet walking holiday, perfect for dog owners. Make a visit to the Moat Museum on the Promenade or take the family to Splash Swimming Centre. Book to see a show at Sheringham Little Theatre or take part in a Quiz night at one of the numerous local pubs.
Explore the beaches in West Runton, a neighbouring town, to discover about the found remains of the famous West Runton Mamouth. Or visit Cromer and enjoy an afternoon of Crabbing on the Peir, climb the church tower, or go to the cinema.
If you're a golf lover you can spend your time at Sheringham Golf Club, Royal Cromer Golf Club or the Links Golf Club in West Runton.
If, during your stay, you fancy a day away from the seaside, North Norfolk is home to several National Trust estates including Felbrigg Hall, Blickling Hall and Sheringham park; all of which are a short drive away.This holiday cottage has its own website: http://splashpointsheringham.co.uk
Ask the owner, Mark Nudds a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.