What a delightful February!Spent half term last week on the beach with my grandchildren and ate lunches outside on our sheltered patio.March winds doing their stuff at the moment and they blew me to Cromer for my Monday walk. The seagulls were loudly proclaiming their nesting claims on the cliffs and the sound and sight of huge flocks of geese bring added joy to coastal walks.
In the National Trust Sheringham Park there are wonderful opportunities for sheltered walks.It was designed to maximise great sea views.We are spoilt for choice with National Trust Felbrigg only 6 miles away and the grand Blickling Hall 10 miles.Take a look at both their websites for events and walks.Snowdrops went over quickly but crocuses,primroses and daffodils are looking great.
There is always plenty to see in our wonderful coastal reserves,you can even stay indoors and view the reserve with borrowed binoculars while you drink your coffee in the visitors centre. (great lunches too)
The boats are operating from Morston taking people out to unique and wild Blakeney point to view the seals. This year they reported a record numbers of pups .
North Norfolk offers so many wonderful walks . At this time of year I like most to walk from home along the sand at low tide. I do this most times of the year,usually walking with the wind behind me and catching our wonderful Coast Hopper Bus back again. Come back to your private sitting room and relax with a book or the television.
We have installed a lovely woodburner in the guest lounge-looks great with its big window and is unbelievably cosy.
You can be assured of a quality stay as Visit Britain assessed our bed and breakfast ( 2017)) confirming the 4* rating with Gold Award and Breakfast Award. The Gold Award is for exceptional quality and service. Check out our web site to see why we have a Breakfast Award!
The exceptionally fine City of Norwich,with its castle,cobbled streets,museums and modern shopping centre is an hours train/bus car ride away.Norwich Lanes have just been voted the finest shopping street in the country.
Pirate House B&B
16 Priory Road
Tel: 01263 825943
£85 per room per night including breakfast.
For single occupancy rates, please contact us.
Minimum 2 night booking please.
NEW We are now really proud to be able to offer you free charging for electric vehicles. Come and stay at Pirate House B and B and enjoy this lovely area plus the ability to charge your car each day. (Tethered J17720 Suitable for Nissan Leaf and 70% of electric vehicles)
Where to find us:
Pirate House B&B is in the seaside town of Sheringham on the North Norfolk Coast.
Situated only 4 minutes walk from Sheringham town centre, and 3 minutes walk from the beach, Pirate House is the ideal place to base your coastal break.
Sheringham is less than an hour drive away from Norwich.
Ideal Base for North Norfolk CoastDiscover pretty villages, harbours, creeks and marshes.
Norfolk BroadsThis unique landscape is approximately 40 minutes away either by train or car. Hire your own boat or enjoy a cruise.
NorwichThe exceptionally fine city of Norwich, with its Castle, cobbled streets, museums, market and modern shopping centre is an hours train/bus ride away.