Once just a rural North Norfolk fishing village whose daily catch fed the fish markets of London, Sheringham became a sought after holiday destination when the arrival of the railway opened up the coastline to wealthy “Summer Timers” bidding their retreat from the nation’s capital. This boom in activity is reflected in the combination of fin de siècle architecture and traditional Norfolk flint buildings that line the town’s narrow, windy streets. Here you’ll find independent retailers, traditional pubs, restaurants, tea rooms, and a flourishing arts scene thriving on a potent mixture of Norfolk charm. If adventure is more your cup of tea, take a stroll along the promenade and explore the undulating uplands of Sheringham Park where a blanket of rhododendrons blooms each spring.
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