|Minimum Stay||3 - 4 nights|
The Lawns - a large, late Edwardian/early Victorian double-fronted town house, situated within walking distance of the award winning Blue Flag beach at Sheringham.
The property is beautifully presented with a stunning open plan dining area with wood burning stove leading to a large kitchen with double doors leading to patio and rear garden.
Perfect for family gatherings and reuniting with friends as well as being great for children and teenagers.
This holiday at a glance
Sleeps ten guests. Five bedrooms. Two shower rooms and one bathroom. Wood burning stoves. South facing grassed and paved landscaped garden. Parking for up to three vehicles. Wifi. Minimum of a three night stay.
Within walking distance of a beach. South facing grassed and paved landscaped garden. Gas central heating, underfloor heating in kitchen and dining room. Gas hob, electric oven, microwave. Fridge/freezer, wine fridge, washing machine. Two TVs, Sky TV, two DVD players, iPod dock, football table. Travel cot and high chair available. Gas barbecue. Please note that towels are not to be removed from the property, therefore we would recommend bringing your own beach towels. Please note that a damage deposit of £200 is payable to the owner of the property upon arrival.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086, the fishing town of Sheringham has an assortment of restaurants, shops and a twice-weekly market, all just a few minutes walk away. There is also a theatre hosting a variety of events. Sheringham is the home of North Norfolk Railway, the Poppy Line, which offers steam train trips to the market town of Holt, as well as Weybourne and Kelling Heath Park. There is a Gala Day, held at the end of August, which features a range of locomotives. Much of the North Norfolk coast has been designated as Area(s) of Outstanding Natural Beauty - guests can explore the area's many country walks and beautiful beaches. This is an area famous for birdwatching, especially in the winter months. The market town of Holt is a short drive away and offers an array of individual shops, cafes and restaurants. Blickling Estate, Felbrigg Hall and Gardens, Houghton and Sandringham are but a few of the many large houses open to the public. Sheringham's 18-hole golf course with the sea to one side is a short walk from the property. The Royal Cromer 18-hole golf course (non-members with a handicap are welcome) is a short five mile drive from the property. For a dinner delivery service or for a relaxed formal meal, No10 Restaurant in Sheringham is recommended.
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