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Highlights in Sheringham
- Steamy heritage
- Outstanding outdoors for fabulous walks
- Fishing and maritime tradition
- Delicious crustacean tradition
- Fantastic festivals all year round
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Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Sheringham
Find the holiday rental you need for your stay in Sheringham. Unique self catering accommodation for family, friends or a romantic getaway with your other half. You can find many of the rentals around and close to Sheringham Park, ideal for families with children. You can opt to stay near the beach or you can nip away in the countryside for a peaceful and quiet stay. Whatever the budget and size of your group, you will find a rental adapted to your needs. Feel welcome in North Norfolk!Fantastic stays in a unique setting
Find the best holiday rental for your stay in Sheringham and choose from converted barns, refurbished properties, traditional homes and cosy lettings that will make your stay an unforgettable one. All the amenities are included and for the extras, each property has its own so you can select the one according to your needs. Wood burners and chimneys are ideal for winter stays and those with a swimming pool can be enjoyed during the summer holidays. Balconies, terraces, gardens, BBQ areas and views to the lake, the sea or the mountains are available in the list of rentals. Many accommodations also allow you to bring your furry friends. The more the merrier they say!
Holidays in Sheringham
The area and getting around
Sheringham is one of Norfolk’s quintessential seaside towns. Here you will find a great selection of cafes, unique shops selling local produce, restaurants, a family friendly beach and amazing coastal walks. The steam train is a great attraction in town too! Every day life is very quiet but there is always something going on. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, stroll around the market stalls to find the best products or gifts.Discover Norfolk
The heritage of past years is still evident today. Take a long walk along the promenade, admire the original beach huts and enjoy the many festivals held throughout the year. Explore North Norfolk and the pretty villages. Spend a day in Essex, Bridge Farm Barns and Lavenham. Have a nice day out enjoying the cultural offer, the beauty of the countryside and the charm of the English villages.
Travellers and activities
The location of Sheringham makes it ideal to enjoy coastal and countryside walks. Climbing up the East side you arrive at Beeston Bump and you will get excellent views of the fantastic surroundings. From Sheringham you can walk to Cromer along the Norfolk Coast Path. Using their own words, you will walk a “long-distance footpath through Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty”. Look for planned routes and enjoy nature at its best.Sheringham for festival lovers
Traditions and stories are alive because we like to commemorate them celebrating events and festivals. Because of the first Vikings settled in town, in the winter, history about it is celebrated with the annual Viking Festival. But it is not the only festival here! Sheringham has more events and carnivals. In Autumn you can enjoy the Steam Gala, related to the North Norfolk Railway. Do you like carnivals? Sheringham Carnival is a very popular one as well as the Crab & Lobster Festival. Choose a time to come to Sheringham and check out what festival you are going to enjoy!
Once a small fishing town, Sheringham became a prime holiday destination in the late 1800s when the steam train arrived in town!
Top 5 travel tips in Sheringham
The sea was the main activity in Sheringham, especially in the 19th century. The town was the main fish provider for London. Many Londoners also used to get on the train and come to town to eat delicious crabs, whelks and lobsters. Back in the day there were 200 boats in town, now there are only 8! But the fishing tradition is deep rooted and fish can still be enjoyed at the lovely restaurants. The Fishermen’s Heritage Centre shows the history of “Upcher” lifeboats and the annual crab and lobster festival in spring. These crustaceans can be enjoyed and eaten. Enjoy!2. Spend a lazy day at the beach
Sheringham beach is plenty of pebbles when the tide is in but when it’s out, a lovely sandy beach opens up in front of you and leaves a fantastic space for children and families to spend a lovely day enjoying themselves. Build some sandcastles, swim, play volleyball, try your balance with SUP or just lay down on your towel and watch the day go by. The colourful beach huts give the beach a splash of colour to the promenade just behind them.3. Visit Sheringham Museum
Sheringham has had a long relationship with the sea. This former fishing town never had a harbour but it had a historic fleet, fishing boats and lifeboats. The museum is called The Mo, named after a little girl in town. The museum tells about her and many others. The boats on display can be admired inside and out. The fantastic glass viewing gallery on top of the building is an amazing way to get stunning views of town, the sea and the outstanding landscape.4. Get on a steamy journey to Holt
But if Sheringham is popular is without a doubt, because of its most popular highlight, the North Norfolk Railway and both Sheringham Stations. The Poppy Line runs steam and diesel trains to Holt every day. The cute cafe inside the station is a great place to have a nice cuppa while waiting for the train to arrive. There is also a little shop and the coloured ticket hall. Enjoy the ride and get stunning views along the way.5. An arty experience in Sheringham
Are you into art? If you take a walk along the seafront you will go past the Sheringham Art and Sculpture Trail. Local artists showcase their work, making it part of the regeneration project of the sea defence, decorating the austere parts. Local artist Brian Lewis depicts traditional elements of town separately in a very unique way. For theatre performances, check the Little Theatre programme and enjoy a play on the smallest theatre stage in the UK!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Sheringham
Based on our data, Sheringham has an average price of £150.05 per night, which is a relatively high one under the cities in the United Kingdom.What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Sheringham?
If you would like to save the maximum amount during your visit to Sheringham, you should travel in March (£112.56 per night on average), February (£124.99), or June (£130.1) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.When are holiday rentals more expensive in Sheringham?
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Sheringham, the most expesnive months are, in descending order, August, September and July with average prices per night of £208.09, £203.48, and £178.34, respectively.Is it necessary to plan a trip to Sheringham well in advance?
If you decide to discover Sheringham, we reccommend planning your visit in advance because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 63% in the year 2019.What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
In 2019, the months with more free accommodation in Sheringham were March, January, and April with average availabilities of 62.4%, 57.5% and 56.25%, respectively.When are there fewer rental options available in Sheringham?
According to data from 2019, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Sheringham are, in order, August (with 6.2% of available rentals), September (7.75%), and October (19.25%).How many rentals are available in Sheringham?
In Sheringham we have a comprehensive catalogue of approximately 180 properties, with options to suit everyone, thanks to our 11 local and international partners.