COVID 19 - We will provide a full refund due to Covid-19 restrictions, however your party must comply with any government restrictions in place at the time of booking.
Booking for more than 6 - If you are in a larger household or a bubble please call 01263 577560 to book for up to 7 guests.
Augusta is graded 4* with Visit England, alongside having a families welcome award and part time wheelchair user award.
A part time wheelchair user award indicates that Augusta is suitable for guests who have difficulty walking and need to use a wheelchair some of the time.
Augusta is perfectly located between the beach and the town centre which boasts many pubs, lovely cafes and a plethora of gift and convenience shops. Augusta offers off street parking.
There is an enclosed rear garden which is laid to lawn and has a lovely decking - perfect for al fresco dining and your 4 legged friends.
Features wide screen colour television - Sky TV with box sets included, DVD recorder and four-piece suite with recliner chairs, fireplace (Decorative only) and a bay window overlooking the front garden.
Featuring dining table and six chairs plus Freeview TV and patio door to the rear garden.
Recently constructed with large roof lantern and tiled floors, range of new wall and floor kitchen units with plenty of storage for your shopping and all crockery, pans and utensils etc.
The new kitchen features a gas hob, built in eye line cooker, fridge with separate freezer compartment, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker and toaster, plus large worktop area.
Patio doors lead to the rear patio and garden.
Ground Floor King Size Bedroom:
This bedroom is ideal for guests who do not wish to climb stairs, occasionally use a wheelchair, or simply want some peace and quiet, combined with the ground floor bathroom/toilet/wetroom there is no need to go upstairs.
With King size (5ft) bed, bedside tables, reading lights dressing table with light over, mirror, wardrobe and Freeview TV.
This bedroom is lit by a Velux Sky light.
Wet Room Area:
The wet room is accessible from the ground floor bedroom via the kitchen, it is ideal for those with limited mobility and great fun for everyone else. It contains a power shower with folding seat and bench plus plenty of room to dry one self.
Adjoining the wet room, containing a power shower and bath, shaver point, WC and washbasin.
Family King Size Bedroom:
Includes King size bed (5ft) and pine child bed, mattress is (140cm long x 69cm wide). There is also a dressing table, wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside cabinets with reading lamps.
Plus wall mounted Freeview TV.
En suite shower room:
This bedroom has an en suite shower room with wash basin, mirrored cabinet over and power shower.
Featuring two single pine beds,wardrobe, bedside tables with reading lights and dressing table with mirror.
En suite shower area: This bedroom also has an en suite shower area with washbasin, shaver socket, and power shower.
Plus wall mounted Freeview TV.
Toilet and washbasin:
There is a separate toilet with washbasin on this floor.
All guests can take advantage of complimentary access to a local leisure centre access which offers a pool/jacuzzi/sauna/steam room and gym. A great option for a rainy day or relaxing evening. Alongside this, all guests get provided with a Sheringham Cottages discount card to use with local businesses.
Sheringham is a wonderfully vibrant town located on the North Norfolk coast. It has one of the best lifeguarded beaches in Norfolk with its European Blue Flag award. There is a long promenade with plenty of beach side cafes and its own Inshore Lifeboat for added safety.
The town is well known for being fun and buzzing all year around with regular local festivals such as Sheringham Carnival in August, The 40s Weekend in September, The Viking Festival in February, The Crab and Lobster Festival in May and The Potty Festival in July. Not forgetting the Christmas and New Year festivities and panto at The Little Theatre.
Sheringham is home to the North Norfolk railway, which is a steam trainline operating between Sheringham and Holt - a real must for both tourists and residents, especially families over Christmas when The Norfolk Lights Express runs.
The town has a wonderful links golf course, a train service which runs to Norwich (perfect for a day trip) as well as being well located for a trips to The Norfolk Broads, visiting Holkham Hall, Blicking Hall, Felbrigg Hall and Sandringham (just a few local places of interest) In addition you can explore the widespread, sandy beaches which North Norfolk is famously known for. If that's not enough, you could venture to meet the seals at Blakeney Point, go crabbing on Cromer Pier, grab lunch in Holt, wade out into the marshes at Morston and Stiffkey and find yourself a secluded beach area for a local Norfolk picnic. There is also go crazy at Sheringham's putting green, climb Beeston bump or Skelding Hill and go bird watching around Cley. There is so much on offer in and around Sheringham, we're sure you'll be itching to re-book once you're back home.
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