Sheringham appeals to a wide variety of age groups, which is why many choose to make return visits and many more to make Sheringham their home. Originally a small North Norfolk fishing village the arrival of the railways in 1887 turned Sheringham into a popular destination for visitors from far and wide. Over the years it has expanded into a thriving town with many diverse shops, places to eat, and places to visit. The sandy beach at Sheringham holds the European Blue Flag award for cleanliness which it has held for many years. Sheringham holds regular events throughout the year including The Sheringham Carnival in August and the 1940's weekend in September.
Set on the North Norfolk heritage coastline some 7 miles east of Cromer, Mundesley Village is on the edge of a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. It is an unspoilt cliff-top seaside village with shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes. This is a village that has a strong community – and it is known for being very friendly. Perfect for beach holidays, whether you are entertaining your children, walking, watching the world go by, exploring, or just relaxing quietly.