A  Holiday House with Wonderful Seaviews
Overlooking the sea at Sheringham in North Norfolk

Sheringham in North Norfolk is ideal for those seeking a traditional British seaside holiday at any time of year. It is a friendly, unspoilt seaside town with a safe sandy beach, local shops and a host of facilities for young and not so young visitors. And where better to stay than in our 4 star self catering holiday accommodation: No 4 Seaview, Sheringham – right on the seafront. The house is spacious, comfortable and well equipped with direct views to the sea. No 4 Seaview is managed by Keys Holiday Cottages.

No.4 SEAVIEW sleeps up to 12 guests in five bedrooms. Outside of the main holiday periods we are happy to accept bookings for as few as one or two people and up to twelve with good discounts.

Short Breaks are also available outside of peak periods with Special Rates.

No.4 Seaview Sheringham: Overlooking the sea sleeps 11/12

prairie-slide-11No.4 SEAVIEW, Sheringham is a spacious holiday house overlooking the sea at Sheringham which sleeps 11/12 in 5 bedrooms. No.4 SEAVIEW is a large 3 storey house set in a quiet and secluded terrace with plenty of off – road parking only moments from Sheringham town centre and all its facilities.

As can be seen from the photos, the views from No.4 SEAVIEW are magnificent. The seascape is stunning and always changing at any time of the year. There is a terrace and a conservatory directly overlooking the sea and sea views from all but one of the bedrooms.

Sheringham’s unique position on the coast means that it is one the few places in Britain where you can see both the sunrise and sunset. No 4 Seaview is ideally placed to make the most of this very special opportunity.

There is central heating throughout, including in the conservatory so the house is cosy in the cooler months and the wonderful views of the sea can be enjoyed all the year round no matter what the weather.

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No.4 Seaview,


On the ground floor there is a spacious and comfortable sitting room with 3 sofas,comfy chairs, an electric coal fire, Wi-Fi, tv and dvd. Double doors lead to a large conservatory with chairs and a sofa and a dining table and chairs. Double doors from the conservatory open on to the terrace where there is a picnic table and chairs and a BBQ (in summer /on request).

The kitchen leads both from the hall and into the conservatory, making it a sociable place with seaviews for the cooks! It is well equipped, with a range cooker, fridgefreezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. (and a dryer in the hall lobby) There are  plenty of cupboards and workspace. There is ample crockery, cutlery, glasses, pans, dishes, utensils and other equipment, including plunge coffee maker, toaster, mixer, kettle, teapots and etc.

In the hall there is a cloakroom with toilet and washbasin. The understairs cupboard has a coat hanging rail, a vacuum and other essential items for quick cleanups when they are needed. Stairs (with child gates) lead to the first floor.


On the first floor there are 3 double bedrooms, one with a kingsize bed and two with two single beds. Two bedrooms face the sea and the third has a view of the hills surrounding Sheringham. All rooms have plenty of storage space for your holiday wardrobe. Two of the bedrooms have their own washbasins.

There is a family bathroom with a shower over the bath and a separate toilet.


Stairs lead to the top floor where there is a large family bedroom with a double bed and one single. This room with sloping ceilings has its own washbasin, wardrobe and chest of drawers.

Next door is a bunks bed room with adult size bunkbeds and and a washbasin.

On this floor there is a shower, toilet and wash basin.


Accessed through the conservatory there is a terrace area with a picnic table, chairs and a BBQ (in summer / on request). The views from here are spectacular and provide many photo opportunities winter and summer

OUTSIDE: front

There is some seating here and it provides a sheltered walled suntrap with a gate.


To access No 4 from the car parking area, there is a small flight of steps, a gateway marked private and a short walk of a few steps along the path to No 4.

It is also possible to access the house without any steps from the public pay car park on Cliff Road and then walk (or push a wheelchair or buggy) up the slightly sloped path to No 4 Seaview.

4, Seaview, Sheringham Photo Gallery

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SHERINGHAM: Why do so many visitors fall under Sheringham’s spell ?

tower_thSheringham is a unique, friendly and characterful small town with award winning EU blue flag beaches and local shops, including fishmongers selling locally caught fish and famous Sheringham crabs and lobsters, greengrocers selling locally grown produce, excellent bakeries, butchers selling local meat, a well stocked health food shop and a deli both selling local cheeses and much more besides, icecream shops one of which sells 140 delicious varieties of Norfolk made icecream and 2 supermarkets- a Tesco and a Sainsbury’s express.. There are bookstores, newsagents, art galleries, gift and craft shops, several clothing stores and a market twice a week. There are wonderful walks and cycling opportunities by the coast and inland all within easy reach.

Find out more about Sheringham

Sheringham has been offering a warm and friendly welcome to visitors for well over a hundred years. Visit any time of year and there is always plenty to do and see in Sheringham. Here are a few suggestions –

  • Sheringham prides itself on its award-winning beaches. The EU Blue Flag has been retained for several years. The seawater is completely safe for swimming and is among the cleanest in Britain. The low-tide reveals golden sands which are the at the heart of many happy holiday memories.
  • There are excellent pubs, restaurants and cafes, a thriving theatre situated in the centre of Sheringham, the Little Theatre, which offers something for everyone: Plays, films, literature events, music events, art exhibitions, workshops and a regular programme of children’s events.
    Visit www.sheringhamlittletheatre.co.uk
  • Sheringham has three museums, detailing the history of the town, its fishing heritage and lifeboats. Visit The Mo (www.sheringhammuseum.co.uk) and the Lifeboat Museum(www.sheringhamlifeboat.co.uk)
  • There is live music of many different kinds both day and evening including during the winter in pubs, social clubs, churches etc and the famous Sheringham Shantymen frequently give concerts and perform in a variety of venues.
  • The North Norfolk Steam Railway-The Poppy Line- is a preserved steam railway which runs through spectacular landscapes (“twixt sea and pine”) for six miles to Holt and has a full programme of events and festivals. Visit www.nnrailway.co.uk for more info.
  • Set on the cliffs, Sheringham Golf Club offers golfers a challenging course amid majestic surroundings. Visit www.sheringhamgolfclub.co.uk. There are also two putting greens for less professional fun!
  • Close to Sheringham there are stately homes and gardens such as Sheringham Park which has fabulous displays of rhododendrons and azaleas, mature woodlands, with rare trees and shrubs and is one of the finest examples of Humphry Repton’s garden design. Close by are also Felbrigg Hall, Blicking, Holkham Hall, and many others worth visiting. Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk
  • For animal and bird lovers there are, to mention but a few attractions, the Shire Horse Centre and Sanctuary, Amazona Zoo, Pensthorpe Park (of BBC TV Springwatch fame), Cley marshes and the Norfolk Wildlife Trust cafe with wonderful viewing windows all year round..
  • The Splash Leisure Centre provides a wonderful alternative venue all year round for swimmers and fitness enthusiasts. The Splash has a tropical swimming pool, gymnasium and poolside café. There is also a gym and swimming pool at Pinewood just outside Sheringham.
  • Sheringham Carnival is an annual event which spans eight summer days and Carnival Week is always the first week in August. In the 1890’s Sheringham’s fishermen organised regattas; those regattas were the origins of today’s Carnival.
  • There is an open market on the main car park on Wednesdays and Saturdays, adding even more colour to a bustling scene.

Sheringham is well served by Rail and Road and No 4 Seaview is easy to find, situated in the heart of the town. For detailed directions, click on the link to visit Google Maps.

Visit these websites to find out more about Sheringham and North Norfolk

NorthNorfolk.org is the website of North Norfolk District Council.

This website contains details of the range of services offered by North Norfolk District Council as well as information for local residents and communities, local businesses and visitors to North Norfolk.


GlavenValley.co.uk An invaluable source of North Norfolk information for Cromer, Sheringham, Cley, Blakeney, Wells, Burnham Market, Burnham Overy Staithe, Brancaster, Hunstanton area in West Norfolk & on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast, also covering the market towns of Holt, Fakenham, Aylsham, North Walsham.