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St Nicholas Cottage Cottage

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 6 sleeps
  • 7 nights min stay

St Nicholas Cottage

Excellent 5/5 Excellent – based on 26 reviews

  • Cottage
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 6 sleeps
  • 7 nights min stay

Description from owner

Description

St Nicholas' Cottage is in an ideal location, close to shops, restaurants and the beach. The property is deceivingly spacious, with 3 good-sized bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large kitchen and a dining room. There is a south-facing enclosed garden with both a lawn and patio area, complete with garden furniture and a BBQ. The house has been fitted with high-quality furnishings and oak furniture. A great deal of thought has gone into those little extras that will make your stay that much more enjoyable. We have provided a washer/dryer and a dishwasher to save you time. The lounge is equipped with a HD TV and Blu-Ray DVD player.St Nicholas' Cottage is one of the oldest buildings on record in the town. We have tried our utmost to restore its character and history, preserving the exposed beams and opening up the fireplace to its former size.Please note we only take bookings commencing on a Saturday and we are unable to accommodate pets. Bed linen is included and towels can be provided

St Nicholas' Cottage is in an ideal location, close to shops, restaurants and the beach. The property is deceivingly spacious, with 3 good-sized bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large kitchen and a dining room. There is a south-facing enclosed garden with both a lawn and patio area, complete with garden furniture and a BBQ. The house has been fitted with high-quality furnishings and oak furniture. A great deal of thought has gone into those little extras that will make your stay that much more enjoyable. We have provided a washer/dryer and a dishwasher to save you time. The lounge is equipped with a HD TV and Blu-Ray DVD player.St Nicholas' Cottage is one of the oldest buildings on record in the town. We have tried our utmost to restore its character and history, preserving the exposed beams and opening up the fireplace to its former size.Please note we only take bookings commencing on a Saturday and we are unable to accommodate pets. Bed linen is included and towels can be provided for an additional charge.

Further details

No party groups and under 25s without parental supervision.

Further details indoors

We have one master bedroom with an en-suite and a twin room. The third bedroom is available as either a twin or a king room (please notify us of your preference upon booking).The cottage has one family bathroom complete with a bath and shower. The bathroom is fitted with a shaving point. There is a small downstairs toilet.Towels can be provided at a price of £5 per pack. Each pack includes a hand towel and a bath towel.

Further details outdoors

Parking is available in a private garage a 2 minute walk away from the property. If you have more than one car, there are three council-owned car parks within a five minute walk of the property, for which a permit can be purchased from the Tourist Information Centre. This costs £27.50 for the week and can be used in any council car park in the North Norfolk area, so you can also use it on day trips. You can also find nearby off-street parking in the surrounding streets.

Location description from owner

The East Anglia region

Whatever type of holiday you prefer, this region will have something for you. For those looking to enjoy the natural beauty of the area, you can walk for miles along the Norfolk coast as well as through the many scenic National Trust parks. Sheringham Park, Felbrigg and Blickling all offer beautiful grounds to admire.If you're into bird watching, the nearby salt marshes and NCPB bird watching centre are ideal. There are numerous cycle tracks throughout North Norfolk, with bike hire available from various locations. An alternative way to see some of the area is by one of the region's railway lines. North Norfolk is home to the Bure Valley Railway, the North Norfolk Steam Railway as well as a local line connecting Sheringham to Cromer, Norwich and surrounding towns and villages. Just 20 miles from Sheringham you’ll find the Norfolk Broads, where you can hire a boat if you’re feeling adventurous, or alternatively you can sit back and relax on an organised Broads tour.The beautiful city of Norwich boasting 2 Cathedrals, a 900 year-old Norman castle is just 25 miles away. Holt and Burnham Market, within 20 or 30 minutes respectively, are both charming market towns, where there are many individual shops catering for everyone’s needs.Holkham boasts a beautiful beach with wood and dunes. Holkham Hall is worth a visit with its bygone museum and boat trip on the lake. Sandringham, the Queen’s Christmas residence is 35 miles away and makes for a great day out.

Sheringham

St Nicholas’s cottage is perfectly situated in the heart of Sheringham, just a short stroll to the seafront and beach. There are five pubs nearby offering food and real ale. For the more energetic there is Beeston Bump from where there are excellent views of the coastline and surrounding countryside. Just a short walk away, there is the North Norfolk Steam Railway which is popular with young and old alike. Special Thomas the Tank and 1940s weekends are just a few events regularly scheduled. There are: 3 golf courses, a karting track, tennis and squash courts and fishing lakes all within a couple of miles. There is Cromer surf school for those wanting to learn a new hobby. Even on a rainy day there will be plenty to keep you entertained, including Cromer Cinema, Rossi’s Bowling Alley at North Walsham and 2 swimming pools.A short drive away you will find Cley and Blakney, popular for seal trips and bird watching. Cromer Pier is the perfect place to go on a sunny evening. You can purchase a drink or a meal and watch as the sun appears to disappear into the North Sea.For those into history, there’s the Muckleburgh Military Museum in neighbouring Weybourne, where you can take a step back into time by taking a ‘bone shaking’ costal ride in a military vehicle. Sheringham hosts an annual 40s Festival, when people come from afar to relive the wartime era, dressing up, travelling by steam train and even eating spam sandwiches.

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Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0.3 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • 2 Double Beds, 2 Single Beds, 1 Cot available
  • 1 Family bathroom, 1 En suite, 1 Toilet Only

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • DVD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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Payment
This owner does not use online booking. Please contact them and they will be able to offer you a secure way to pay for your stay. Never pay for your holiday rental by wire transfer (such as Western Union or Moneygram) as this type of payment is untraceable.
Smoking
No smoking at this property

About the owner

Ian & Karen W
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated:
11 May 2016
Years listed:
4
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English, French, German


This Cottage has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and sleeps 6. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 30 Mar 2012. Located in Norfolk, it has 26 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £695 to £795.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 11 May 2016.

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“Can't wait to return next year.....”

Reviewed 5 Aug 2013

This is the third cottage we have rented in Sheringham and by far the best appointed and value for money. Location is ideal for both town and beach. The standard of finish in all the rooms is excellent, as are the facilities including DVD player, washing machine and dishwasher. Stair gates and cots were provided for the children, and the garden gave them a place to let off steam once we came back from the beach. Ian and Karen were very friendly and welcoming, with fruit and a bottle of wine in the fridge which was a very nice gesture. We have already booked for next year!! Highly recommended.

“excellent holiday home”

Reviewed 21 Jul 2013

what a beautiful cottage immaculately furnished with everything you could wish for lovely outside patio and garden and the added advantage of a private garage space, what a lovely touch to have a bowl of fruit fresh flowers, wine and milk everything had been thought of would definately recommend the pictures do no do it justice go and find for out for yourselves it is in an excellant location so close to everything

“High Spec Cottage In Great Location”

Reviewed 17 Jul 2013

This accommodation is in a great location.The cottage it self is of such a high standard by far the best holiday rental we have stayed in. There is easy access to local shops and restaurants and also the sea front. We have recommended this to our family and friend and will also be booking it again if in the region.

“Fantastic cottage, really nicely furnished great location”

Reviewed 10 Oct 2012

Karen and Ian were very welcoming and accomodating and we really enjoyed staying in their superbly clean , well equipped cottage, it was one of the best holiday rentals we have had in this country. Three children 11,8 and 5, loved the town of Sheringham and really enjoyed carnival week. We liked being opposite the pub, and the luxury of walking to the beach. We hope to return.

“5* accommodation in a quaint seaside town”

Reviewed 21 Sep 2012

I cannot praise this accommodation or the quality of service high enough. Its location is ideal; very close to the sea and close to all the pubs and restaurants so you don't necessarily need a car. We went by train from London. It has recently been tastefully refurbished by the owners to a remarkably high standard. Its external appearance belies its size. It has 3 bedrooms, with one en-suite, a family bathroom and a downstairs wc. The kitchen is very spacious with a large range cooker and seems to have every modern appliance one could want. The separate dining room is light and comfortable. The living room is cosy with an inglenook fireplace and beamed ceiling. There is a large HD TV in the room and comfortable seating. For those that need a Wi-Fi connection there is a the latest BT system available without extra charge. The furnishings and fittings throughout the house are tasteful and of high quality. We are an elderly couple and we were kindly met by Karen and her daughter Emma at the station and driven down to our accommodation. There was also a bottle of wine in the fridge and a fruit basket which was a pleasant surprise and not usual in my experience. In summary, wonderful accommodation, exceptional service, in an ideal location. Thanks for letting us share your lovely holiday home.

“A Lovely House and Very Centrally Located”

Reviewed 18 Sep 2012

St Nicholas Cottage in Sheringham is located 30 seconds' walk from the High Street and a minutes' walk to the sea front. The house has clearly been kitted out very recently and everything is new and clean. There is a large and particularly well-equipped kitchen including dishwasher and washing machine. Also, there is an unusally sheltered garden area where we were able to sit out. It is a lovely house and we would certainly recommend it. We travelled to Sheringham by train and the owner actually met us at the station for the 5-minute walk to the house, which we particularly appreciated.

“A beautifully modernised cottage in the heart of Sheringham”

Reviewed 8 Sep 2012

The owners were helpful and welcoming even before we arrived at this delightful cottage, and greeted us warmly, taking trouble to assist with unpacking and car parking. Extra touches like the fresh flowers and brimming fruit bowl reflected the high standard of the property, which is beautifully decorated and thoughtfully equipped. We loved many details from the colour-coordinated kitchen to the classy ensuite, and the cleverly arranged and planted garden. We were only a couple of minutes from the beach, and about ten minutes from the steam trains, which were the main source of delight for our 5 and 3 year olds! The weather wasn't perfect but we had a super holiday.

“Beautiful cottage in fantastic location”

Reviewed 23 Jul 2012

We had a lovely weekend staying in this wonderful cottage in Sherringham. The cottage has obviously been recently restored, everything is in perfect condition and spotlessly clean; it is always nice to feel as though you are the first guests to stay somewhere. We were pleasently surprised by the amount of character the cottage has with its beamed ceilings, traditional fireplace and tasteful decoration. The sign on the wall outside said it all- the property is hundreds of years old, in fact the oldest building on record in Sheringham! Despite the age of the building it still feels bright and airy and has all the mod cons one needs. The garden is great for sunbathing, alfrsco dining or a barbeque. The beds were very comfortable with good quality linen. The location is ideal with the seaside town of Sheringham and the beach less than a one minute walk away. We arrived by train and the station is about five minutes away on foot. It was our first time to Sherringham and we found it to be a great place to stay and a good base for exploring the rest of the Norfolk coast. We would definitely stay here again and would not hesitate to reccomend the cottage to family and friends. Many thanks to Karen and Ian for an enjoyable Norfolk weekend!

“Would come again”

Reviewed 19 Apr 2012

We had the benefit of being the first holiday guests into a brand new furnished cottage. Everything was well thought about! We really appreciated the efforts of Karen and Ian, who had lwelcomed us so nicely. It would be good to have mirrors in every bedroom for the girlies and bins also. The surrounding area had the advantage of having the sea on the doorstep and a quaint shopping area. Cromer also afew mins drive makes a lovely walk on the pier. Being so close to the roadside, the lounge window could do with a net or blind for added privacy, as people were sometimes stopping to read the advert on the window. Also an extra seat if 6 adults rent, as a little uncomfortable on the sofa and not enough space for all of us in the evening. We all really enjoyed the cleanliness and newness of the place and it was very much upto our standard of cleanliness. The only slight disadvantage is not having parking on the property - but we would definately come back again! It was lovely meeting you both and hope that this is the start of a good business for you. God Bless, Ram & Sharma Families

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