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Piper's LodgeSheringham, Cromer, Sheringham & surrounding villages

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A spacious and elegant Edwardian townhouse in a quiet location, just a short walk from both local amenities and the town's lovely beach.

Piper's Lodge is a great spot for a family break, but equally suited to couples and friends looking to share some time away. Set over three floors, with two bedrooms and a bathroom on each floor, two small families or groups of friends can happily holiday together and still enjoy their independence. On the ground floor, there is a comfortable sitting room, separate dining room, and breakfast kitchen with small utility. An enclosed West facing courtyard garden, with table and chairs, catches the afternoon sun - a lovely place for a drink, meal and catch up chat after a busy day out and about.

And there's plenty to do and see throughout the year. Sheringham is a bustling seaside town, with its own theatre and a good selection of independent shops, restaurants and cafes. Spend a lazy day on the beach or, if you like walking, explore the panoramic coastal path which leads to Cromer one way, and Weybourne the other - you can always let the Coasthopper bus take the strain on your return. Alternatively, take a detour and meander into the National Trust's stunning Sheringham Park. From the town's station, the steam train regularly runs along the pretty Poppy Line to Holt (a lovely Georgian town, with interesting independent shops, galleries and places to eat) or you can catch the train to the beautiful city of Norwich, where you can enjoy a day's shopping, catch a boat to the Broads and explore the Cathedral and Castle.


Garden/Courtyard (Enclosed)Bed LinenCentral Heating Close to coast Close to pubDishwasherDVDFreezerGarden FurnitureHigh ChairMicrowaveTowels providedTravel Cot / CotTV Washing MachineWiFiNo Dogs 5 mins walking distance to beach2 mins walking distance to shop1 mins driving distance to coast2 mins walking distance to pub



The house has full central heating

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

With original tiled flooring and stairs leading to the First Floor.

Sitting Room

A comfortable relaxing room to the front of the house with three sofas, TV with Freeview and DVD player.

Dining Room

A traditional dining room with window overlooking the rear courtyard garden, with table, chairs, radio and CD player. Perfect for a lazy Sunday lunch and relaxed evening meals.


A good sized and well-equipped breakfast kitchen with range cooker (gas hob and electric oven), fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, table, chairs and door to enclosed courtyard.


A useful room just off the kitchen with washing machine, and wc.

First Floor:

Landing with bookshelves with a good supply of books to read and stairs to Second Floor

King Size Bedroom

With an iron bedstead, wardrobe, chest of drawers, armchairs, bedside tables and lamps and window to the front.

Twin Bedroom

With adult size twin beds, wardrobe, chest of drawers, armchairs and overlooking the courtyard.

Family Bathroom

Fully tiled with bath with handheld shower, shower cubicle, washbasin, wc.

Second Floor:

Double Bedroom

To the front of the house with chest of drawers, armchairs, bedside table and lamps.

Twin Bedroom

Full size single beds, bedside table and lamp.

Shower Room

Fully tiled with shower cubicle, washbasin, wc and chest of drawers.


A small enclosed courtyard, with table and chairs. A gate leads to a rear shared alleyway where bins are kept.


Parking is roadside. There is 45-minute parking immediately outside Piper's Lodge between 8am and 6pm, and plenty of quiet 24-hour roadside parking just 1-2 minutes away from the house.

Floor plan

Piper's Lodge holiday cottage location

Surrounding local area

Sheringham was originally a small fishing village but the arrival of the railway in 1887 turned it in to a popular destination for visitors far and wide. The Poppy Line still operates both diesel and steam engines which run from the pretty station in Sheringham centre along the coast through Weybourne and Kelling and on to Holt. Sheringham is now a bustling town but with a traditional feel, still very much a working fishing port but also home to many diverse shops, great places to eat and lovely walks across the cliff tops or and the pebbly beaches recently awarded a Blue Flag for cleanliness. There is a plenty of family entertainment in Sheringham whatever the weather including The Splash tropical indoor pool with huge water slides and a wave machine. Sheringham also still has a large traditional market on Wednesdays and Saturdays. If you head a little further up the coast the beaches at West Runton and East Runton are worth a visit, East Runton being a popular destination for surfers.

Guest reviews

This is such a beautiful house and we have been very warm and comfortable here! Thank you!

Teresa, Helena, Marina, Natalia Pearce, October 2017
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