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British seaside resorts don't come prettier than the Norfolk town of Sheringham, with its award-winning beach, heritage steam railway and leafy streets of Victorian terraced houses, with their terracotta-tiled roofs. If you're lucky enough to score one of the Sheringham bed and breakfasts in the summer, your days can be as lazy or active as you want. Stretch out on the long strip of golden sand, dive into one of the quaint tea rooms or go hiking along the Norfolk Coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With a range of family-friendly attractions, a whole host of boutique shops and a long traditional promenade, there's something for all ages.
Wake up to the sound of waves lapping onto the Norfolk coast at your B&B, Sheringham
The bed and breakfasts in Sheringham come in all shapes and sizes. It doesn't matter whether you're coming on a family break by the sea or a romantic weekend getaway, you'll always find one that fits the bill. The best place to search is on Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and photos. Just plug in your dates, location and price, scan through each of the B&Bs to check out their facilities, then book in just a few clicks. Simple. Some are traditional little family-run B&Bs in the centre of the city, close to the shops and restaurants. Others overlook the glistening ocean and are just a short walk from the beach. If you're looking for a little luxury, you could always opt for one of the boutique B&Bs whose seaside-inspired decor looks to have come straight out of the pages of an interior designs magazine. They might be busier in summer, but don't discount the other seasons. It might be a bit chilly for the beach, then, but with knocked down prices on guestrooms and close proximity to the bracing coastal walking trails and cosy country pubs, it's arguably an even better time to visit.
You can expect most guestrooms to come equipped with all the conveniences you might find in a hotel room, like a flat-screen TV on the wall, so you don't have to miss out on your favourite series, a kettle, with a selection of teas and coffees, and a large comfortable double bed wrapped in freshly pressed sheets. Some might have ensuite facilities, while others will have big family bathrooms, with a shower unit and tub. When you're searching through Expedia you can look out for other features, like guestrooms that overlook the sea or family-sized rooms, so you can bring the kids. You'll even find pet-friendly B&Bs, so you can bring your dogs to your seaside bolthole. What makes the difference with bed and breakfasts in Sheringham are the little personal touches, perhaps a vase of freshly cut flowers on the bedside table or some locally made treats. Every morning, you can wake up to the sound of the waves lapping against the shore and head downstairs for a breakfast of things like toast and jams, warm croissants and full English fry-ups, accompanied by freshly brewed tea or pots of strong coffee. If seaside holidays aren't your thing, why not try a break in the bright lights of the capital, London?
Vintage steam trains, ice cream parlours and long coastal walks near your B&B, Sheringham
Other than sunny days spent working on your tan or building sandcastles on the beach, there's something for all ages nearby when you stay in a bed and breakfast in Sheringham. A good way to get introduced to the spectacular coastline is to take a walk along the picturesque trails that wind up to Beeston Bump. Few kids won't be happy with an ice cream from the parlour and an hour or so spent playing the pinball and grabber machines at Carousel Amusements. Then there's the Fishermen's Heritage Centre, where you can learn about the town's important industry, or the North Norfolk Railway, a heritage steam train that plies a 10-mile track through woodland and along the coast.
- Bag a room with views over the glistening ocean
- Enjoy personal touches you just wouldn't find in a hotel
- Evoke feelings of childhood seaside holidays with the family
- Wake up to a full English breakfast each morning