With a games room, large living room and three generously sized bedrooms, Seaford Holiday Cottage is ideal for families who like to spread out. There is room for six people to sleep in comfort, and the cottage has a 5-Star Gold rating from Visit England thanks to the high standard of accommodation. Weybourne beach and the Ship Inn pub are both within walking distance, and with attractions including Holkham Hall and Cley Marshes, as well as Sheringham and Cromer all within easy reach, why wouldn't you want to stay here? Tourist board rating: 5 Star Gold
Pegedy's is located across the road from Home Farm and just a ten minute stroll from the beach at Weybourne which also has an excellent pub and shop. This family friendly holiday home is popular with those looking to explore the glorious countryside and coast of Norfolk with superb on-site facilities including an indoor pool, play areas indoors and out and even a beauty room to book some holiday pampering. Lovely walks, a stunning coastline and plenty of attractions for day trips out. Great choice for families and couples.
With excellent on-site facilities that include an indoor pool, beauty room and play areas, plus a beach and very good pub within walking distance, Home Farm offers self-catering accommodation which is just perfect for a seaside holiday. Whether you are a family, group of friends or a couple, the welcome is warm in this beautiful part of Norfolk with lovely walks and cycle rides from the front door and an abundance of attractions for day trips out.
The Old Stables is a great holiday cottage for families and extended families, as it sleeps five people in two bedrooms with a garden that backs straight onto the village common. It's in West Runton, across the road from the golf course, a short stroll from a pub, and a relaxed ten-minute walk to a busy village shop and the beach. Sheringham and Cromer are two and three miles respectively - you can take the train from West Runton if you don't want to drive. The cottage is child and dog friendly and available for holiday bookings all year round.
Violet Cottage is a seductive beauty in a quiet village location close to the Norfolk Heritage Coast. It's perfect for couples and families with older children, as it sleeps four people in two bedrooms but, because it has two bathrooms, it also works well for friends. The cottage is in Kelling, three miles from Holt and within easy reach of Weybourne and Salthouse. There is plenty to do whether you want to explore the coastline, cycle through the countryside, shop in pretty market towns, enjoy local attractions, or tour stately homes. The cottage is available for bookings all year round.
Flintstones is a family-friendly holiday cottage in Sheringham, a short walk from shops, cafes and parks, and only a 10-minute walk from Blue Flag beaches. It sleeps five people in three bedrooms with a nursery suitable for infants or young children. There is plenty to do within walking distance, with excellent bus and train links that mean you don't need to use the car if you'd rather not drive. Sheringham is a gorgeous holiday spot in any season with lots of parks, a golf course, and good access to beaches and other attractions.
Home Farm is only a ten-minute walk from Weybourne Beach and offers a variety of beautiful self-catering holiday cottages to accommodate between two and seven guests, all of whom enjoy access to a heated indoor swimming pool, games room and beauty salon. Situated in the North Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and close to attractions like Cromer, Titchwell, the Muckleburgh Military Museum, Holkham Hall and the royal Sandringham Estate, Home Farm is ideal for everyone from couples to families and groups of friends who yearn for somewhere they can relax and enjoy spending time together.
Sheringham is a perennial favourite holiday destination. The former fishing village has a timeless appeal thanks not only to its beautiful Blue Flag beach but also because of the traditional shops and entertainment as well as its excellent amenities. On a peaceful residential street just a ten-minute stroll from the centre of town, Magnolia Cottage provides comfortable ground-floor accommodation that is level throughout, for up to four guests, giving easy access to favourite attractions in both Sheringham and Holt, as well as Cromer and towns and beaches on the beautiful Norfolk coast.
This family-friendly holiday home is in West Runton, a short walk from amenities and the beautiful beach. Custard Cottage dates from the 18th Century and sleeps six people in three bedrooms with space for two more to sleep on a sofa-bed in the conservatory. Two of the bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms, which make the layout perfect for families, extended families and friends who love staying in a location that's both peaceful and convenient for the spectacular North Norfolk coastline. Spend happy days at the beach, enjoying long walks through the countryside, touring stately homes and visiting fun attractions.
Seaview Villa is an elegant Victorian property with space to sleep up to 10 people in five bedrooms. It lives up to its name, being only 100 metres from the Sheringham seafront with lovely views and a private rear garden. The owners have done a fantastic job retaining the period character of the property with its decor and furnishings while making sure it's comfortable for modern families or groups of friends. Cromer Pier, beWILDerwood and Holkham Hall are just three of many fantastic local attractions that make Sandringham the perfect holiday spot for all seasons.
This spacious detached cottage is within walking distance of the beach, village shop and a popular pub in the friendly village of Weybourne on the North Norfolk Heritage Coast. There is a lot to see and do, including walking along the coast to Sheringham, cycling through the countryside to Holt, windsurfing, golf and beach fishing. Local attractions include the North Norfolk Railway Line, Muckleburgh Collection, and Cromer Pier. Shrimp Cottage is a welcoming self-catering holiday home sleeping five people in three bedrooms. Its space and layout suits families and friends, with children and dogs welcome.
Sheringham has long been a favourite holiday spot for all ages. With its beautiful beach, parkland, golf course, and wide choice of amenities, it's perfect for a coastal escape. Families and couples adore the sandy beach and coastal walks, but you're not limited to Sheringham for fun. Head south to the Norfolk Broads, tour stately homes and country estates, spend a day in medieval Norwich or discover nearby beaches like Cromer, Wells-Next-the-Sea, and Blakeney. Gable Cottage sleeps five people in two bedrooms and is available for bookings between March and October.
Bourne Cottage is a lovely flint holiday home in the quiet village of Weybourne. The period property has a walled cottage garden, space for four people to sleep in two bedrooms, and a wonderful character that only comes with age. Families and couples appreciate the attention to detail that makes their self-catering stay comfortable and carefree. It's a short walk from the cottage to the village pub, The Ship, shop and beach. Sheringham and Holt are nearby, as are favourite attractions like the Muckleburgh Military Collection and Poppy Line Steam Train.
Loads of space, a private courtyard and a location just two minutes from a blue flag beach - it's no wonder families and friends love Dormie House! The self-catering holiday home in Sheringham sleeps eight people in four stylish bedrooms and boasts chic interiors and sea views from the top floor. You're a mere stroll from cafes, bars, boutiques and galleries, and little more than a stone's throw from Sheringham promenade, coastal footpath, and beach. Dormie House is a perfect choice for a Norfolk holiday by the sea, whether you're stopping by with your bucket and spade or coming to attend one of the town's fantastic annual festivals.
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Sheringham is one of the most popular places to visit on holiday on the North Norfolk Coast, with plenty of brilliant attractions on offer and lots of beautiful rural scenery. The top recommendations of what to see and do in the area are listed below.
Sheringham Beach is one of the six blue flag beaches on the Norfolk Coast, making it a brilliant spot to come with your family in the summer months. The beach looks quite pebbly when the tide is in, but once it goes out there is lots of smooth golden sand to enjoy and lifeguards on duty during the high season to watch over those who take to the water.
For an unusual couple of hours, visit the Peter Coke Shell Gallery. Coke was an artist, playwright and antique dealer who moved to the area in 1976 and began creating works of art with his shell collection later in life. There’s now a huge collection of these pieces on show at the gallery, which is free to visit and run by volunteers.
If you’re interested in the history of sailing in the area, you can visit both the RNLI Life Boat Station and the Fisherman’s Lifeboat Museum. Both of these will give you insight into the lives of the fishermen who lived in the town and the people who man the lifeboat station, with the chance to get up close to boats and other maritime equipment.
For a fun and unique experience, there is a heritage railway line run by the North Norfolk Railway that runs from Sheringham to Holt along the coast. Known as the Poppy Line, it’s been running since 1976 and occasionally runs special events as well as the regular journeys where you can enjoy dining on a steam train or experience days where visitors can help drive the train.
For a cultural experience of the town, The Little Theatre in Sheringham has a brilliant variety of events in its program. From theatrical performances to film screenings, this local arts centre also has a cafe and bar attached which is open until the evening and offers a great range of snacks and meals.
If the weather is good then an easy walk from Sheringham takes you to the Beeston Bump along the Norfolk Coastal Path. The trail is well signposted, and though there are some hilly sections on the way to the top of the landmark, the views of the sea make it worth it.
As with the majority of UK destinations, the best time to visit Sheringham is when it’s warm, dry and sunny. The summer months between June and September have the highest temperatures and lowest chances of rain, so visiting in this period of time will maximise your chances of getting good weather.