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Sheringham

20 Jun Welcome to our first blog!

We love where we live and work here in North Norfolk so much so we thought we would share the love with you!

We are blessed with vast skies and even more expansive beaches. I’m a keen photographer and love to capture the stunning sunsets as we walk our dogs Charlie and Maude on the beach after work. Sheringham has so much to offer as a home and as a place to work and play.

When we are not running our two toy shops in Burnham Market and Sheringham and setting sail with our new venture Heirloom Holiday’s we love long walks and sampling some of the great food our fine county has to offer. So over a few glasses of wine we thought we would share a list of some of our favourite places to eat, drink and be merry.

A few of our favourite places to eat in Norfolk..

The Two Lifeboats – Sheringham

Classic simple pub grub with an amazing seaview over Sheringham beach.


The Lobster
 
– Sheringham

Really decent food,with a great beer garden and live music outside during the summer months.


The Bank
– Sheringham

Just awesome Nepalese food, check out their Tripadvisor, it speaks volumes!


Number 10
– Sheringham

Such a lovely atmosphere with fabulous warm service and great food.


The Sitting room
 
– Sheringham

Such a lovely cafe serving great coffee and delicious treats, especially the strawberry tarts!


The Funky Mackerel
 
– Sheringham

A funky dog friendly cafe serving a small selection of lite bites, great bacon ciabattas, awesome hot chocolate situated right on the beach.


Pungleperry’s
– Sheringham

A great little cafe serving everything you need for a quick snack before the beach with a great selection of homemade ice creams.


Rocky Bottoms
– West Runton

Crab and lobster shack serving delicious simple seafood. BYO and doggie friendly (outside only)


No 1- Cromer

The Michelin starred chef Galton Blackiston fish ’n’ chips restaurant. You can eat in and sip champagne while overlooking Cromer Pier or take away and sit on the beach. If you don’t fancy fish and chips you can try Upstairs at No 1.


Craft Burger
– Cromer

Handmade locally sourced burgers, if you love a real burger than you will love this little find.


The Red lion
 
– Cromer

The Red Lion is a stunning building with a beautiful view over Cromer beach. Sit and sip wine and watch the sun set whilst you eat some excellent pub grub.


Wells Deli – Holt and Wells Next the Sea

A great pit stop for a tasty snack and a decent coffee either in Holt of Wells Next the Sea overlooking the harbour.


Bywords
 
– Holt

As they describe themselves ‘’ A higgledy piggledy world of pleasure’’ a fantastic cafe and delicatessen in a beautiful building in the heart of Holt.


The Kings Head
 
– Holt

If you love steak and ale then this is the place for you! Delicious steaks and the meat comes from local farmer Duncan Jerry.


Back to the Garden
 
– Holt

Award winning farm shop and restaurant. Some serious produce here for cooks and foodies situated just outside Holt. Plenty of organic food grown and produced on site in a beautiful vast converted Norfolk barn.


The Pigs at Edgefield

An award winning 17th Century pub serving imaginative and delicious food. The Pigs has a great atmosphere and is a real treat for the whole family.


The Gunton Arms

A Traditional pub owned by art dealers set in the grounds of a 1000 acre deer park which surrounds Gunton Hall. You can dine amidst a fascinating array of contemporary art, order a steak to be cooked on the fire and watch the deer as you sip on some fantastic wines and beers. The Gunton Arms has won plenty of national awards and is a ‘must do’ if you are visiting Norfolk on holiday.

 

We will be keeping you up to date with things we love here in Norfolk.

With love James & Annie and Charlie the Beagle & Maude the Jack Russell

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