- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- Approximate Pricing: £315 - £585 per week
1 double and 1 adult twin
A cosy well presented house, that is well equipped with all modern amenities and gas central heating. The conservatory leads to an enclosed patio garden which can be used for relaxing or alfresco dining during warm summer nights.
Front door leads into hallway, with door to WC.
Lounge with 2 comfy sofas, arm chair, smart TV and DVD player. Double doors into the kitchen/diner with gas hob with fan oven. Fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine, microwave, kettle and toaster. Double doors into conservatory with comfy cane seating and door to enclosed patio garden.
Double bedroom with large walk in wardrobe, chest of drawers with a hair dryer.
Twin room with 2 3ft single beds and wardrobe.
Bathroom with shower over bath, WC and wash basin..
Short breaks available Oct - Mar.
Enclosed rear garden, steps leading to a patio with seating for 6 and a bbq.
Off road parking for 2 cars at the front of the property and a parking space at rear for an additional car..
The house is a 15 minute walk to town centre and a 20 minute walk to the beach. There is a bus stop just a short walk away with regular buses into town.Theres a lovely woodland walk, picnic site and car park just 5 minutes walk from the house.
Sheringham is a traditional seaside town with an award winning family friendly beaches. It boasts a 5 1/4 mile heritage steam railway, which runs between Sheringham and Holt and a mainline train which travels to Wroxham (the capital of the broads) and onward to the medieval city of Norwich.
A good bus service also runs from the town to Holt, Norwich and Kingslynn. The coast hopper bus visits the small villages along the coast towards hunstanton.
Sheringham also has a wealth of small independent shops, "Sheringham Little Theatre", which regularly puts on shows and films. Restaurants, serving indian, chinese, Tai food and several public houses.
To the east of Sheringham, about 4 miles, is the town of Cromer with lovely sandy beaches. The historic pier with the lifeboat station, famous end of pier theatre which hosts summer shows and performances. Cromer also has a cinema, shops, miniature golf, putting green and numerous cafes and takeaway food outlets. It hosts "Cromer Carnival" in August which attracts thousands of visitors. An 18 hole golf course is situated just outside of town.
Sheringham is a the ideal base to explore the lovely coast and countryside of North Norfolk. There is something for all the family, a "Crab and Lobster" festival in May, "Lobster Potty" festival (morris dancing) in July, "Sheringham Carnival" in August and a spectacular 1940's weekend in September.
An 18 hole golf course is also situated just outside of town.
National trust properties just a short drive away ( just under 30 minutes) are Sheringham Park, Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall. A longer drive, just over an hour will take you to Sandringham House, the Queens Norfolk residence.
Along the coast to the west, there are boast trips to Blakeney point grey seal reserve, leaving from Morston and Blakeney. Salthouse and Cley marshes are a "must" visit for bird watchers.
Along the coats to the East, there are the broads, where you can hire a boat for day trips, lots of these leave from Wroxham..
Ask the owner, Gillian Durrant a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.