Clarendon, Sheringham

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Prices & Booking

Date range Price per week
4 Jun - 1 Jul 2022 £1115 Book Online
2 Jul - 2 Sep 2022 £1515 Book Online
3 Sep - 23 Sep 2022 £1230 Book Online
24 Sep - 14 Oct 2022 £1005 Book Online
15 Oct - 28 Oct 2022 £910 Book Online
29 Oct - 16 Dec 2022 £795 Book Online
17 Dec - 23 Dec 2022 £745 Book Online
24 Dec 2022 - 5 Jan 2023 £1220 Book Online
6 Jan - 10 Feb 2023 £795 Book Online
11 Feb - 17 Feb 2023 £999 Book Online
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  • Non Smoking Property
  • Short Breaks
  • Bed Linen Included
  • Towels Included
  • Pet Friendly
  • WiFi
  • Washing Machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron and Ironing Board
  • Stairgate

About this House

Clarendon is a splendid, recently renovated, Victorian three storey, mid terrace townhouse which retains many of its charming period features. Providing the perfect base for family or friends to explore the wonderful North Norfolk coast and is conveniently located close to the local shops, cafes and restaurants, with the award-winning beach just a short stroll away.

Ground Floor, Victorian tiled path, one step up leading to: Front door leading into the spacious hall with original tiled flooring, staircase, door to Lounge: with Smart TV, comfortable sofas, bay window and feature fireplace, door to Dining Room: with large table to seat 10, French doors leading out to the rear garden and feature fireplace. One Step down: Door to Kitchen: with original tiled floor, insert Victorian feature range, gas hob and electric fan oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Door leading into Utility Room: with washing machine, tumble dryer & beer/wine fridge, and door to Shower Room: walk in shower cubicle, WC, and washbasin. Step from utility room into small rear garden.
Staircase leading to first floor landing, with door to Master bedroom: with Kingsize bed, bay window and feature fireplace. Bunk bedroom: with bunk beds (suitable for children only). Twin bedroom: with 2 single beds. Step down to: Double bedroom: with double bed. Family bathroom with free standing bath, double ended bath, WC, and washbasin.
Traditional steep staircase leading to second floor landing, 3 steps up: with door to Double bedroom: with double bed. Family shower room: with walk in shower cubicle, WC, and wash basin.
Small front garden enclosed with brick and flint walls, small rear garden.
Please note: Stairgate on top light of stairs only, coolbag, picnic basket, beach chairs, iron and ironing board provided. 2 x well behaved dogs welcome at £20.00 per pet, per week. Whilst there is no parking at the property, the Cliff Road or Station car park are close by and both weekly and annual passes are available to purchase.Location: beach 0.2 miles, cafes and shops a 1-minute stroll. Train station a 3-minute walk.

Please note that the information on this page is intended as a guide only. We cannot accept responsibility for any inaccurate, misleading or incomplete information about any property and its facilities or services. All properties are non smoking.

“We had a great week staying in Clarendon. The house is a beautiful mix of traditional and modern style and has all the facilities you need for a great stay. No off road parking, but we knew this and street parking was fine for us. I would recommend turning the baby gate round on top floor so it’s a bit easier to get round 😁. The location is great too, a few minutes from town and the beach. Would highly recommend for large family or group of friends. ”

Gavin M

“Clarendon is a lovely property - large, airy and clearly recently fully refurbished. It was very clean on arrival and, apart from toilet rolls and a cheese grater, I don’t think we missed anything! We couldn’t access online TV while we were there. We were told it was an error with the provider TalkTalk, and we did miss it with 3 teens, but hopefully it will be fixed for further occupants. It wasn’t easy to park on the road the house was on, and a house with 5 bedrooms is likely to need more than one space but we mainly stayed in Sheringham, or caught the train, so once we got a spot we left the car in it. The train station is very close and the service to Cromer and Norwich is excellent. I would definitely recommend this property to families/groups wanting to be within walking distance of everything in Sheringham.”

Amy W

“There was not much more we could have asked from The Clarendon. A comfortable house with plenty of room for 6 adults, 3 children and two dogs. Ideally situated just behind Sheringham’s main street and within easy walking distance of the beach, shops, restaurants and the railways. Although street parking is very limited at the house, the nearby station car park can be used 24 hours a day and was £28 for the whole week. We hardly used the cars other than to visit West Runton beach, which is dog friendly and has plenty of parking. Everything we needed was provided in the house and a couple of bottles of wine were a welcome gift on arrival!
Three bath/shower rooms meant we could all get ready in a short space of time with adequate hot water for all. Be warned, though, that the top floor does indeed mean using steep, shallow stairs with low sloping ceilings at the top, so best left for the less creaky youngsters.
We had a lovely week and would certainly look to book here again next time we come to Norfolk. ”

carol O

“House was spacious and had been updated to a very high standard. It has the character of an old propery while having everyting you need. The location is great, a very short walk away from the town and beach. ”

Ian V

“We stayed at the Clarendon as 2 families in July 2021, which included 4 adults and 4 children. The location could not have been better, situated 5 minutes from the beach and in particular the sea, was ideal for the children. With the shops, pubs and restaurants being even closer, there really was something to suit everybody. Sheringham is a beautiful, traditional seaside town which is an ideal base for those also wanting to explore Norfolk. The accommodation is a spacious townhouse with the perfect mix of tradition and modern amenities. As a family with 3 children everything that is needed was supplied (eg washing machine, tumble drier) You name it they had it!! On arrival the home was spotlessly clean with plenty of fresh linen available.
Overall we had a fantastic weeks holiday and would recommend this accommodation to both older and younger visitors. We look forward to returning next year. ”

Carl H

“I recently stayed at Clarendon property, with a party size of 4 adults and a dog. The house is in a great location close to all amenities. It was very clean and comfortable and perfect for all our needs. Highly recommended.”

Angelique P

“Clarendon house is a great house. It has been renovated fairly recently and while keeping lots of character and charm the newly done kitchen, bathrooms and showers were excellent. The carpets are lovely and clean and of good quality so that it is very quiet when ones are going up and down the stairs. The beds were so comfortable that we all slept really well. There were plenty of towels and bedding, all nice and new and fresh. The kitchen was fitted out really well and had everything we could possibly need. We didn't use the courtyard particularly as the weather wasn't great but it's a nice little space. The position of Claredon is excellent. 2 minutes from the town and maybe 3 from the beach. We took a dog and the only thing to be aware of is that dogs cannot go on the near part of the beach between May and September/October so you have to venture further if you want to let them off onto the beach. Its not that far, but just a consideration. We could only park outside rarely but we always found somewhere fairly nearby. We were really impressed with the house and the way it had been prepared for our stay.”

Juliet R