Close to town, friendly staff. Room was fine if a touch small. 3 of us in one room. Two sets of bunk beds one of which had a double on bottom. Would have been impossible to move had 5 of us been in there but it was fine for 3 of us.
Brilliant. Staff were amazing as was the food.
We had a lovely week with no complaints. However perhaps the owners have contract cleaners who don’t notice everything. We would just point out that a few light bulbs need to be replaced and the freezer door needs attention. Also the holder for a fire extinguisher is empty which is even more important ...
The hotel was so close to the beach and high street. Everyone at the hotel was so helpful and friendly.
The location was handy for the shops and seaside. The owners really take care of their guests, and create an enjoyable atmosphere. I'd stay there again.
Very welcoming and helpful. Providing excellent gluten free bread and cake was great. Decor and facilities very good.
Very friendly and welcoming with a delicious breakfast!
Suck up the replenishing fresh air as you feel your stresses fade away at Sheringham Park, a beautiful natural oasis.
If you've never heard of Sheringham, where it is located, you've probably come across the national capital, London, from which it is 110 miles.
Treat yourself and book a room in one of the upmarket hotels that are close by. The Eiders and the Lawns are two excellent properties.
Sightseers looking to fill themselves after a morning at Sheringham Park can usually be found savoring a delicious sit-down dinner at Upchers Restaurant (The Dales Country House Hotel, Lodge Hill, Upper Sheringham). This dining spot is only 0.3 miles away from Sheringham Park.
Catching the train is among the most reliable, economical and convenient ways to get to Sheringham Park. You'll want to hop off at Windpump Crossing, Kelling Heath, which is just 1 mile away.