Sustead is a small village in north Norfolk, 4 miles south west of the seaside town of Cromer and 18 miles north of Norwich. Sustead church, St Peter and St Paul is a pretty building that stands to the west of the village with a lovely round tower. The famous architect and landscape designer, Humphry Repton (1752-1818), lived much of his life in Sustead, and probably one of his most notable projects being Sheringham Hall and park.
Accommodation in Sustead
A fabulous bijou barn conversion, full of character with beamed ceilings and brick and flint walls enhanced by contemporary decor and discreet modern technology throughout. Wheelwrights is a seriously romantic rural idyll of a hideaway that also enjoys easy access to the North Norfolk coastline. Tick, tick, tick!