Bed & Breakfast
2 Beeston Road, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8EH
Telephone: 01263 821058
|Campbell House was built in 1891 as a fisherman's cottage. The fishing boats were originally brought up from the sea and the fish was smoked in the house to the rear where the car park is situated. The bed and breakfast is run by Christine Tew. |
There are two letting rooms, one with double bed (with ensuite) and a double/twin bedded room with wash hand basin. This room has the sole use of a bathroom. Both rooms have colour T.V. clock radio and tea and coffee making facilities. The Lounge and Dining Room offers a comfortable seating and eating area. Sky T.V. books and games available.
The house is situated 250 yards from the sea and has private off road parking. Smoking is allowed in the courtyard area. The town centre and its many shops, pubs and restaurants are very close.
Double room with ensuite £30.00 per person
Double room with private facilities - not en-suite £25.00 per person
Single occupancy when available £10.00 supplement.
Supplement for single night occupancy £5.00
Sheringham has its own British Rail Station with regular trains from Norwich which connect with London and other large cities. There is also the Poppy Line a full size steam engine which runs between Sheringham and Holt along the coast with beautiful sea views.
Sheringham is proud of its wonderful beaches which have been given a blue flag for cleanliness. In the season life guards are in attendance ensuring safe bathing for all.
|Places of Interest|
Priory Maze: Ten acres of beautiful gardens and mazes within the grounds of Beeston Priory. Enjoy the Christmas tree and Priory Maze. Plant sales and refreshments available.
The Thursford Collection: Live Musical shows daily featuring the unique collection of mechanical organs and the Wurlitzer show.
The Muckleborough Collection: Britain's largest working Military collection.
|Sport and Leisure Activities|
Splash: Tropical leisure pool with wave making machine. Lots of fun for all the family.
Golf: There are eighteen hole golf courses at Sheringham and Cromer. These are both Links Courses. At West Runton and Mundesley there are nine hole courses.
Sheringham Little Theatre: Succession of plays with the Bridge Theatre. As well as wide screen films which are shown regularly.
Cromer Pier Pavillion: Seaside Special, the last end of the pier show from June to September plus special shows every Sunday with visiting celebrities.
Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach: Fun for all the family
Pleasure Wood Hills Theme Park: Situated between Yarmouth and Lowestoft
The Norfolk Broads: Interesting inland waterways. See the wealth of bird life and stop at one of the excellent hostelries. Either hire your own boat or take one of the supervised trips.
Seal Trips to Blakenney Point: See the seals in their natural environment basking on Blakenney Point. Whenever possible you can land on the Point owned by the National Trust.
|National Trust Properties|
Blickling Hall: Childhood home of Ann Boylen
Felbrigg Hall: Country House with extensive gardens
Sheringham Park: Beautiful walks in lovely gardens designed by Humphrey Repton
Oxburgh Hall: Medieval moated manor house with wonderful views
Sandringham House: Country Retreat of H.M. The Queen
Holkham Hall: Home of Earl of Leicester
Norwich Castle and Museum
Walsingham Abbey Grounds and Shirehall Museum