- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Approximate Pricing: £320 - £600 per week
King sized bedroom
The ground floor sitting room is tastefully furnished in the Edwardian style with two comfortable arm-chairs, coffee table and occasional chairs. There is a polished wood dining table and chairs.
For entertainment there is a 21″ free-view television, with built-in DVD player and a separate FM/DAB radio and CD player.
Two wall mounted electric radiators and a free standing electric wood-effect fire provide comfort during the coldest spells.
The modern fitted kitchen area is equipped with a copious built-in electric oven and a four burner electric hob with extractor over. Also in the kitchen is a microwave, a refrigerator with small ice box, and a fully automatic washer/drier. The cottage is fully equipped for guests, with toaster, kettle, kitchen utensils, tableware, glassware and cutlery.
Stairs lead up to the first floor and into one large bedroom which contains a king-size bed with bedside tables and lights. The bedroom furniture is in keeping with the Edwardian theme and is equipped with a small television and bedside radio. There is built-in wardrobe space and drawers available. A wall mounted electric radiator is installed. The en-suite bathroom contains toilet, hand basin, bath and electric shower..
Outside the cottage there is a small terrace with bistro table and chairs with a variety of pots containing flowers and shrubs.
Parking is not permitted in Whitehall Yard, except for loading/unloading, but street parking is available close by or weekly car-park tickets are available on arrival (nearest car park 90m)..
Whitehall Yard, about 120m from the sea, is close to restaurants and pubs, but with independent shops for those who prefer self-catering. Sheringham is famous for its crabs (from the same waters as Cromer crabs), lobsters and other seafood and, in season, samphire fresh from the salt marshes.
The promenade is easy walking and features the RNLI lifeboat station at the western extreme. Elsewhere along the promenade are cafes, restaurants, fishing boats and an impressive mural depicting this pre-historic area and the domain of the famous Runton Mammoth.
Sheringham looks directly north and, during the summer months, the sun both rises and sets over the sea, to photographers’ delight.
Beyond the promenade, the beach offers rock pools to please both children and adults.
During the winter months many rare and migrating birds can be seen out to sea and an occasional seal will visit the shallow waters.This holiday cottage has its own website: http://www.millglade.co.uk
Still available for 2019 Forties Weekend.