- Bedrooms: 6
- Sleeps: 12
- Approximate Pricing: £1300 - £2000 per week
- Enjoy England Award: 4 Stars
- AA Award: 4 Stars
3 double rooms, 2 bunk rooms and 1 twin room
Large Victorian terraced house, 1 large reception room with wooden floor and bay window, flat screen TV (Freesat). 1 playroom with flat screen TV, DVD player and children's toys, books and games. Very large kitchen/breakfast room, fully-equipped with gas hob, electric oven, walk-in pantry, iPod dock/radio, microwave, 2 fridges, 1 freezer, dining/seating for all guests.
1st floor: 1 bedroom (super king size bed), 1 bedroom (king size), 1 bunk room and main bathroom. 2nd floor: 1 twin room, 1 bedroom (king size), 1 bunk room. From 2nd floor - access to laundry and shower room. Central heating or electric radiators throughout.
Extras: 2 travel cots, 2 stair gates, 2 booster seats, 2 bed guards, and games and books for adults too!
Free and unlimited Wifi for the duration of your stay.
Visitor's book (in the house): "Such a lovely house, such wonderful attention to detail. Everything we could possibly need - thank you!" May 2015.
Th newly refurbished garden area (2019) has a huge deck with rattan seating for 12 people and an outside storage box for beach buckets, spades and crabbing kit! From the back gate, it is 1 minute to the beach.
Parking is free on Morris Street or surrounding streets - there is often a space near the house. As the beach, High Street and all amenities are a short walk away from the house, you can park your car and not move it for the duration of your holiday!
Sheringham beach front is 2 minutes away. It's half pebbles (tide in) and a beautiful stretch of smooth sandy beach when the tide is out. Often not busy (as you can see from the beach photo in August) - the Funky Mackerel Cafe (seafront) is a must. Sheringham is a very happy town with lots of shops, its own small theatre and a carnival in August.
There is a golf course within 1 5minutes walk, great pubs and restaurants in Sheringham and nearby villages and lovely coastal walks (to the pubs!). Take a steam train from Sheringham to Holt and discover unusual shops and pubs there too. Holkham Hall is not far away or perhaps a trip to visit the seals - from Blakeney Quay. Take a drive along the coastal road and discover beautiful North Norfolk.
On a wet day, there is a Tropical Indoor Leisure Pool close by and children's play barns.
All the shops you need are in or around the High Street (1 minute's walk away) including greengrocers, butchers, a fish shop, delicatessen and a small Sainsbury's, including off-licence and in-house bakery.
There is plenty of tourist information at the house and Sheringham Tourist Information Office also has lots of information about other lovely beaches (Wells-next-the-Sea, Brancaster which are not far) and attractions in North Norfolk, such as Bewilderwood or Sea Life at Hunstanton.
The perfect seaside house for large groups .
Ask the owner, Mark Ashby a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.