Holiday Cottages in Sheringham
The seaside town of Sheringham is a few miles west of Cromer along the North Norfolk coast. Saturday market which is held next to the railway station and the town has a good selection of specialist shops such as second-hand books, antiques, bric-a-brac and a variety of arts and craft shops as well as a supermarket for all your everyday needs.The Sheringham Little Theatre has a wide range of productions throughout the year and a popular pantomime at Christmas. For a festive weekend away at the end of the year, why not take your young children on the Santa Special steam train – one of the diesel and steam trains that run all year round, travelling along the ‘Poppy Line’ from Sheringham to Holt and back, via Weybourne. The Sheringham museum reopened earlier this year located in "The Mo", a modern building on the town\'s seafront. Displays focus on the town\'s fishing industry and development as a holiday resort, as well as the activities of the Sheringham lifeboat station. Slightly inland is Sheringham Country Park owned by the National Trust. In late spring it is ablaze with colourful azaleas and rhododendrons.It is also well known for its stunning views of the Norfolk coastline, so well worth a visit during your holiday in Norfolk. Wherever you would like to stay, Kett Country Cottages has a wide variety of holiday properties to suit all your needs, no matter how long you wish to stay in this beautiful part of the country. From Sheringham there are many other wonderful places to visit along the Norfolk coastline and within easy reach are Cromer, Holt, Blakeney, Cley, Wiveton, Morston, Holkham and Stiffkey. As well as exploring, there are numerous other activities to take part in – golf, tennis, swimming, fruit picking, horse riding, sailing, seal trips, crabbing... the list is endless! There need never be a dull moment when holidaying in Norfolk!