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Booking for more than 6 - If you are in a larger household or a bubble please call 01263 577560 to book for up to 8 guests.
Bennett is graded 4* with Visit England and has a Families Welcome award. It is perfectly located between the beach and the town centre which boasts many pubs, lovely cafes and a plethora of gift and convenience shops. This wonderful house 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.
The house offers 2 Superking bedrooms, 1 bunk bedroom and 1 twin room.
Spacious hallway providing plenty of coat hanging space and large understairs cupboard for suitcases etc.
Very comfortable large five piece suite, New 40" flat screen television with Sky TV complete package, Freeview, video player/DVD, impressive feature fireplace (decorative only) and bay window overlooking front garden.
Spaciously laid out with pine table and matching chairs seating eight,Wall mounted TV/DVD with Freeview, window to rear.
With; dishwasher, microwave and toaster, large fridge/freezer, electric oven with separate grill, gas hob and extractor, plenty of worktops, breakfast bar with bar stools and cupboards containing all crockery and pans etc. Wall mounted TV/DVD with Freeview.
Utility room: Washing machine and Tumble dryer.
Shower room & WC:
Large shower, washbasin with mirror, shaving point, heated towel rail and wc.
Superking Bedroom 1:
Located at the front is a very large room with original fireplace (decorative feature only) and bay window. Super King (6 ft) bed (can be split into two 3 ft beds) with bedside cabinets and radio, dressing table and mirror, tall wardrobe with hanging space and drawers. Wall mounted TV/DVD with Freeview.
Twin Bedroom 2:
At the rear. A spacious room with original fireplace (decorative feature only) containing two single beds, dressing table with mirror and draws, wardrobe and washbasin with mirrored cupboard. Wall mounted TV/DVD with Freeview.
King Bedroom 3:
Also at the rear, containing King size bed with bedside cabinets, dressing table with mirror and drawers, wardrobe.
Bunk Bedroom 4:
At the front, this room has a bunk bed suitable for children/adults, wardrobe and dressing table.
Includes bath, separate shower, washbasin and electric shaver point, with bathroom cabinet and a heated towel rail. Separate toilet.
With access to all bedrooms, bathroom and toilet.
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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