Sheringham, North Norfolk
The Lawns is a handsome, luxurious holiday home in the wonderful North Norfolk seaside town of Sheringham situated just a few minutes walk from all the amenities the town has to offer as well as the stunning beach.
Built in the late Edwardian/early Victorian time as a double-fronted town house The Lawns is situated within walking distance of the award winning blue flag beach and in the heart of the town, being very close to restaurants, pubs, theatre, supermarkets and local fresh food shops.
Seriously stylish, very unique and full of character, The Lawns is a delightful holiday home and well equipped for families, friends or reunions to enjoy a self catering holiday home in the centre of this popular North Norfolk town.
The property is beautifully presented and styled with great thought and effort to the interior styling with no expense spared on its furnishings. With a stunning open plan dining area with wood burning stove leading to an equally amazing, large kitchen with double doors leading to patio and rear garden. This space has to be seen, one of the most fabulous areas we have seen for a long time, this sociable space is complimented by an awesome kitchen, simply epic!
Everything in the house has been carefully thought about to give you a great stay, there is plenty of space to spread out and relax. Two televisions so that all the family can enjoy their favourite programmes, fireplaces to gather round on cooler days and ‘sink-into’ sofas throughout the house.
Elegant, stylish and super comfy best describes this wonderful holiday home by the seaside.
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Its location is unrivaled, in a quiet part of this seaside town yet close to everything Sheringham has to offer.
Amazing interior, great thought and effort to spoil you during your stay, the kitchen area is amazing!
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.
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