Victorian seaside cottage built 1893 Sheringham, Norfolk v.close to the beach

Victorian seaside cottage built 1893 Sheringham, Norfolk v.close to the beach


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My cottage is in a central location, less than one minute’s walk to the beach, in Sheringham, a traditional seaside fishing town, with popular Saturday market. Sheringham is situated on the north Norfolk coast, an area designated as being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The former fisherman’s cottage of flint and brick construction was built in 1893 and has been in my family for over 100 years. It has been lovingly restored and the bedroom has the original Victorian fireplace, and the kitchen retains the original Belfast sink. In keeping with a property of this age the stairs are steep which any infirm or elderly persons should be made aware of. Please note all the floors downstairs now have new wooden or laminate flooring (replacing the carpets).

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  1. I enjoy travelling to scenic places, swimming, history, genealogy, walking, reading, sunshine! I am a non-smoker with no pets. I always travel by myself and have swapped in the UK and USA and very much look forward to my next swap. I am 50.





Sheringham is a popular destination for holidaymakers with its safe sandy beaches, market day, independent shops, tea rooms, museum, galleries, restaurants, theatre and local history. Every summer we have a Carnival, and in September our incredibly popular 1940’s weekend takes place.
This attractive town has many traditional flint buildings and is also well known for its steam trains which run on the North Norfolk Railway.
(You can take a trip as far as the Georgian town of Holt with its specialist shops, passing the windmill at Cley.)
Traditional pubs are nearby the cottage with outside seating so you can enjoy the sea view. The nearest pub to the cottage was awarded Pub of the Year for Norwich and Norfolk 2011 by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). Michelin star dining from chef Galton Blackiston at Morston Hall is a few miles away or local fish and chips, crab/lobster if you prefer.

Around the corner from the cottage is bike hire, and the nearby Library has free internet access and WiFi. Free WiFi is also available at two nearby pubs (any excuse!). Sea fishing, cliff top golf course, town centre putting green, Splash leisure centre (with pool, and wave machine) all available here. Maze and gardens at Ideal area for walking and cycling. North Norfolk Coastal Path/Peddars Way 93 mile footpath from Thetford to Cromer Pier. Horse riding 3 miles. You will be neither bored nor hungry in Sheringham!

I am unable to offer a car swap. Car hire and taxis are available locally but public transport is extensive and runs to:
Cromer (popular seaside town dominated by its large church and famous pier)
Fakenham (market town, Pensthorpe Wildlife Park, Racecourse).
Aylsham (Blickling Hall 1616 National Trust property), Bure Valley Railway – miniature steam railway).
Felbrigg Hall (a Jacobean mansion in 3 acres of land, National Trust and Sheringham Park (20 acres of walks and trails with an incredible display of rhododendrons around May, National Trust).
Visit the seals by boat at Wells-next-the-Sea (also Wells & Walsingham light (steam) railway, bird watching).

An hour away is Norwich, by the river with its cathedral and castle. A compact city easily enjoyed on foot with its cobbled street, colourful central covered market with 190 stalls which dates from the 14th Century, along with two shopping malls.
Seahenge at Kings Lynn can be reached by bus (change buses at KL to Royal Sandringham Estate)
Cley (windmill, marshes, nature reserve)
Blakeney (fishing, bird watching, North Norfolk Coastal Path)
Holkham (family owned Holkham Hall (18th century) and beach (part nature reserve and dunes) where Gwyneth Paltrow filmed “Shakespeare in Love”) and Holt all served by public transport.
Burnham Thorpe birthplace of Lord Nelson (22 miles) and Hingham with its President Lincoln connection (33 miles) – car needed. Cambridge is 2 hour drive/train ride, and for arrival from London airport take the train from London Liverpool Street to Sheringham (changing train at Norwich) easy peasy, or a 40 minute drive from Norwich airport.

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