Clifton House (sleeps 9) – Luxury holiday cottage, Sheringham
- Close to beach and promenade
- Sleeps 9 in 5 bedrooms (plus infant in cot)
- Enclosed rear garden
- Luxury accommodation
- Walk to pubs and restaurants
- Price Range £950-£1500 (full weeks – Short breaks available)
- Non Smoking
- No Dogs
You can tell from the moment you walk into Clifton House, a holiday cottage Sheringham, that this is a much loved family home. It is beautifully, but comfortably presented, with well equipped and immaculately furnished rooms.
It is owned by Philip and Judy, who use the house themselves for family holidays with their children and grandchildren. It is just a short walk to the beach and promenade and all the amenities that the Victorian seaside town of Sheringham provides.
With a formal sitting room to the front and a snug to the rear, complete with TV and woodburning stove it is a perfect house for multi generational holidays, with everyone having plenty of space. The bedrooms are luxurious and a real retreat after a long day on the beach.
Clifton House will provide a perfect base for making family holiday memories.
What a wonderful family holiday we have all had! Clifton House was just the perfect holiday cottage Sheringham for our family get together this summer. Beautiful accommodation, and probably the best equipped kitchen we have ever used! Thank you so much, we are already missing our early morning walk to the beach – The Simons family August 2016
Hallway: stunning entrance hall with original Victorian tiled floor and elegant staircase.
Sitting Room: a lovely bright room with a bay window to the front, comfortable sofas, side tables and lamps. Selection of books and games.
Kitchen/Dining Area: the kitchen is to the rear of the house and overlooks the garden. It is extremely well equipped with lots of little extras. Tiled flooring. There is a large range style cooker with gas hob and fan assisted ovens. Larder style fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer, microwave, coffee machine and toaster. Island unit, perfect for gathering around and mixing a gin and tonic or two! The dining area is situated off the kitchen, large table and 8 chairs. French doors to patio and garden area.
Archway to Snug: cosy room with woodburning stove, large screen TV, coffee table and leather sofas. A super room to chill out and relax in. Tiled flooring.
Downstairs Cloakroom: Wc and basin
Stairs to First Floor
Gold Bedroom: a beautiful elegant room to the front of the property. Large bay window, which lets in lots of light. Dressing table and stool, plenty of wardrobe space. Brass king size bed with side tables and lamps. Heavy gold curtains and a feature wall make this room a wonderfully luxurious retreat.
Rose Bedroom: a pretty and calm bedroom with king size bed, bedside tables and lamps, dressing table and wardrobe. Large rear facing window
Master Bedroom: situated at the rear of the house the Master bedroom is spacious with king size bed, bedside tables and lamps, chests drawers, dressing table, hanging rail and chair.
En Suite Shower Room: tiled shower, Roman style basin, WC.
Family Bathroom: really spacious bathroom , with free standing roll top bath with mixer shower taps, separate large walk in shower cubicle, WC, and basin. Heated towel rail
Stairs to second floor: (Note steep stairs with narrow tread)
Twin Bedroom: eaves bedroom with two full sized twin beds, sections of toys and games, set of basket drawers
Nursery: eaves bedroom, with full sized permanent cot (bring own linen) and single bed. Selection of games and toys.
Outside: To the front of the property is a small formal garden. There is one private parking space to the front of the house and unrestricted on street parking. There is a long term car park on the other side the road.
To the rear is a pretty enclosed garden with lawned area and garden furniture. There is also a patio leading from the dining room through French doors. Charcoal BBQ
Sheringham is a wonderful unspoilt Victorian seaside town, famous for being the home of the North Norfolk Railway which in September becomes the focus for the equally famous 1940s weekend which is attended by thousands of people every year. The railway hosts many events over the year which are always worth visiting.
The carnival in August is another highlight of the year and is a lot of fun. Sheringham has a Blue Flag beach, a theatre and connections to National rail services through to Norwich. Clifton House – Holiday cottage Sheringham
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