Hotels in Sheringham
Published date: June 2019
Sheringham was once a small fishing village but today it’s a traditional seaside town and a popular holiday destination. Located on the beautiful north Norfolk coast, it has an award-winning blue flag beach, with sand at low tide and pebbles at high tide.
The town centre has an excellent selection of independent shops, cafés and restaurants and its own theatre offering a wide variety of plays, films and musical events throughout the year. Sheringham Museum is an interesting attraction and Sheringham Park, run by the National Trust, is a great place to explore, with spectacular displays of rhododendrons and azaleas in May and June. It’s the perfect place to take in great views, enjoy bike rides, walks and picnics.
The town’s golf club that sits high up on the cliffs overlooking Sheringham and the north Norfolk coastline accepts visiting golfers and is in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Discover the Norfolk Coast Path and its stunning clifftop walks, Sheringham Carnival in August and the 1940s weekend that generally takes place in September.
If you are looking at staying in Sheringham for a short break or a longer holiday, here are some of the best hotels that are located in and close to Sheringham:
An elegant Edwardian residence located a stone’s throw from Sheringham beach and promenade. A warm welcome is guaranteed and a choice of suites, king rooms, double rooms and twin rooms, all en-suite, are available. Each room is individually styled, with great attention to detail, and provide guests with comfortable beds, hypoallergenic bedding, fluffy towels, bathrobes, toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, flat screen TVs, free superfast WiFi and more.
Renowned for their superb Norfolk breakfasts, Burlington Berties serve these in their elegant and pretty dining room or in the garden on warm and sunny mornings, if preferred.
Burlington Berties - 5 St Nicholas Place, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8LF
Tel: 01263 821500
The Dales Country House Hotel
Located in its own sheltered grounds on the edge of the quiet village of Upper Sheringham, The Dales boasts Sheringham Park as its neighbour, a beautiful park that was laid out by Humphrey Repton. Guests can enjoy breath-taking views from their luxurious bedrooms, delightful afternoon tea in the sunny lounge, fine food and wine and well-tended gardens.
The Dales Country House Hotel - Lodge Hill, Upper Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8TJ
Tel: 01263 824555
Bed & Breakfast rather than a hotel, but a great place to stay, nevertheless. This Edwardian 10-bedroom B&B in Sheringham is for over 18s only and does not accept pets. The property is set over 3 floors and has been a B&B since the 1930s and has been tastefully renovated whilst still retaining some period features. Holway House is situated just a short walk from the town centre and within easy walking distance from the rail services, buses and Sheringham’s award-winning beach.
Holway House - 9 Holway Road, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8HN
Tel: 01263 823299
Offering luxury B&B and self-catering accommodation in Sheringham, Alton House is too good not to include. Relax and unwind in the immaculately presented luxury accommodation and enjoy the peace and tranquillity this stunning Edwardian house offers. Located on a very quiet street in Sheringham, just a two-minute walk from Sheringham centre and within walking distance from the beautiful beach, Alton House is an ideal spot to stay and explore the county. Fully refurbished in 2018, this elegant property perfectly combines modern luxuries with original Edwardian features.
Alton House - 6 Alexandra Road, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8HU
Tel: 01263 649692
Around a 20-minute drive from Sheringham, The Grove is on the beautiful north Norfolk coast and is a stunning Georgian family run hotel. Guests can stay in sumptuous en-suite bedrooms and suites, with views overlooking beautiful well-kept gardens and dine in the hotel’s award-winning 2 AA Rosette restaurant for breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner. Offering seasonally inspired menus, using locally sourced Norfolk produce wherever possible, The Grove provides both fine food and splendid accommodation. Guests can enjoy their heated indoor swimming pool, 4 acres of gardens, children’s play area, tree house, table tennis and their own private path through beautiful woodland to Cromer beach. The Grove is the ideal place to stay, unwind and explore the county of Norfolk.
The Grove - 95 Overstrand Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 0DJ
Tel: 01263 512412
This charming country house hotel is a 10-minute drive from Sheringham and is set in a stunning countryside location. Guests can enjoy luxury 4-star accommodation and excellent food in this delightful rural setting. From classic British dishes to indulgent afternoon teas and Sunday roasts, the ever-changing menus incorporate the finest, local, seasonal produce wherever possible.
The Pheasant - Coast Road, Kelling, Norfolk, NR25 7EG
Tel: 01263 588382
Felbrigg Lodge Country Hotel
Located a 15 minutes’ drive from Sheringham, Felbrigg Lodge Country Hotel is nestled in seven acres of mature woodland with many beautiful wooded walks accessible from the end of the hotel’s driveway. This independent country hotel has been welcoming guests for over ten years, and promises guests relaxation, peace and tranquillity and the chance to fully unwind. There is an indoor heated pool, hot tub and sauna and guests can book a range of treatments in the Beauty Lodge. The restaurant run by proprietor and Head Chef Philip Lomax, uses locally sourced and seasonal produce wherever possible.
Felbrigg Lodge Country Hotel - School Road, Aylmerton, Norfolk, NR11 8RA
Tel: 01263 666010