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Postcode: NR26 | code search
Population: 5500
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Birthplace of:
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Folk Customs:
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Jack Valentine
World Fen Skating Championships

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Flower Festival
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Dales Country House Hotel
"We went for afternoon tea and were very disappointed with the service. I did write to the hotel to ask for their comments but have never received a reply. The staff were ..." More

Dunstable Arms
"Best Sunday carvery around, everything you eat is cooked to perfection, whatever meat you choose, it melts in the mouth. My husband, son and myself have been eating here for a ..." More

Marmalade's Bistro
"Having tried to book a resturant for Sunday lunch for 6 people in Sheringham for there 1940s weekend with out any luck, I finely managed to get a booking at ..." More

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"Sheringham is a lovely market town with a beautiful beach, lots to do, great shopping, a brilliant little theatre and plenty of places to eat at. There is always a good ..." More

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Four miles to the west of Cromer along the scenic A149 North Norfolk coast road lies Sheringham. The town is mentioned in the Domesday Book, but Sheringham is largely a creation of the 19th century. One of its greatest glories is the Regency Sheringham Hall, whose gardens were designed in 1812 by Humphry Repton. They are particularly famed for the rhododendrons and azaleas in the extensive woodland garden, and for breathtaking views to the coast. Sheringham burgeoned after the arrival of the railway in 1887, allowing those wishing to indulge in sea-bathing to get in, and the fruits of the sea – in particular whelks, lobsters and crabs destined for London – to get out. The shingle beach is still a draw to bathers (and at low tide adds a sandy margin), some of them lucky enough to enjoy the traditional beach huts in their brilliant colours. There is no harbour here, so the few remaining fishing boats, like the lifeboat, have to be launched from the beach. The modern railway still serves Sheringham, the terminus of the quaintly named Bittern line from Norwich, taking in some other beautiful coastal stations on the way. In addition there are steam trains here run by the North Norfolk Railway Company. Two churches in Sheringham illustrate the history of the town. All Saints in Upper Sheringham dates from the 14th century. Here you can see a carved mermaid on the pew nearest the entrance, local legend having it she visited the church and defied the beadle to attend a service (there are mermaids on the town’s coat of arms to recall this too). And the Victorian St Peter’s, built on land donated by local squires the Upchers (the family that also built Sheringham Hall. Sheringham’s centre possesses a strange clock tower, erected in 1862, that was once a reservoir for drinking water. There is some interesting Dutch gabling too, but most noticeable in architectural terms is the use of flint throughout the town, some of it in traditional style, some in more idiosyncratic ways.


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Sunrays (0.58 miles)


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A superb Arts and Crafts dwelling offering 4 Star Silver award quality accommodation. One Suite in the main house and two annexe rooms which have the advantage of being on ... More

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Dales Country House Hotel (1.23 miles)

Dales Country House Hotel

Nestled in National Trust parkland, close to the North Norfolk coast, you will find a timeless beauty which is, the Dales Country House Hotel.

Experience the delights of this quintessentially English grade II listed country ... More | visit website

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The Eiders (1.99 miles)

The Eiders
James & Caroline Jarvis offer you a warm welcome to our recently refurbished property and provide you with high quality ground floor en-suite facilities. Our guest rooms are individually designed (3 with balconies which overlook ... More | visit website
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Kelling Heath Holiday Park (2.53 miles)

Kelling Heath Holiday Park

Luxury caravan holiday homes, woodland lodges and touring & camping pitches amongst 250 acres of woodland and rare open heathland in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The perfect location to relax and unwind with ... More | visit website

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Maltings Hotel (2.88 miles)

Maltings Hotel

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The Maltings Hotel is located in Weybourne, 4 miles from Holt in North Norfolk. The Maltings Hotel, an original building of Norfolk flint, dating back to the 16th Century. Cuisine is ... More

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The Pheasant Hotel (3.58 miles)

The Pheasant Hotel
Situated in 2 acres of landscaped gardens, this Georgian country house hotel offers bright, airy rooms in a peaceful setting. Fresh local produce is served in the hotel restaurant. Comfortable, spacious rooms at The Pheasant offer ... More | visit website
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Felbrigg Lodge (3.79 miles)

Felbrigg Lodge

This luxury bed and breakfast accommodation is situated in an idyllic romantic setting, in a peaceful countryside location a short drive from the picturesque north Norfolk coast. Felbrigg Lodge adjoins the southern boundary of Felbrigg Hall, ... More | visit website

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Anglia Court Hotel (3.82 miles)

The Hotel is less than five minutes walk from the town centre and all of Cromer's popular attractions. The magnificent church of St Peter & St Paul dominates the town centre with it's ... More | visit website
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Links Country Park Hotel Golf Club (4.02 miles)

Links Country Park Hotel Golf Club
Proudly independent, "The Links", considered by many to be the best golf, leisure and conference hotel in North Norfolk is set in 35 acres of lightly wooded coastal parkland, designated as an area of Outstanding ... More | visit website
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Aldborough Hall (5.37 miles)

Aldborough Hall

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Approached via a secluded driveway leading to our lovely Georgian Country House close to the lovely village of Aldborough.The first thing to strike you is the intensity of the silence ... More

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