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The Weather in Sheringham
Here is our climate diagram for Sheringham. July is the warmest month in Sheringham, with average daily maximum temperatures of 22°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in January. The rainiest month is November, while the driest month is September.
Discover England's idyllic past at Sheringham holiday cottages
From ruinous church buildings amongst twisting mazes to glorious beds of flowers and some of the most spectacular coastline in Britain, holiday cottages in Sheringham afford visitors a rich atmosphere and unforgettable experiences. Whether your preference is for lounging on idyllic beaches or unearthing ancient history, Sheringham has a little of everything.
Step back in time at this historic hall
The seaside town of Sheringham has hardly changed since the demise of the steam engine a century ago. But you can travel back even further at Sheringham Hall, a Grade II listed National Trust property with landscaped park and gardens stretching to the sea and Weybourne's windmill. Be sure to find nearby All Saints Church with its mesmerising stained glass windows, fifteenth century bench ends and a moving memorial to a bomber that crashed here in 1944. From woodpeckers to firecrests and butterflies, the gardens overflow with wildlife because of its coastal location.
Immerse yourself in vast views
The coast stretches as far as the eye can see at Beeston Bump, formed around 15,000 years ago. Explore the town's allotments which are populated by chickens and flanked by carpets of vibrant wild flowers in the spring and summer. Or take in the panorama stretching all the way to Blakeney Point at Skelding Hill.
North Norfolk Railway
Ride through the spectacular coastal countryside on one of these magnificently restored locomotives, pausing at pristine, restored stations to absorb the atmosphere of times past. Have a meal aboard the dining train or take part in one of numerous special events.
Plumes of spray charge up the rocks at this atmospheric beach which also has well protected sandy areas at low tide. Cafes, colourful beach huts and amusement arcades complete the picture of the perfect seaside escape.
Priory Maze and Gardens
Brightly coloured flowers bloom beside the ruinous Beeston Regis Priory at this idyllic garden. Dating back to 1216, the maze outlived the priory building sacked during the cataclysmic dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII. Find your way to the centre as people have for hundreds of years.
The Mo, Sheringham Museum
Explore 1000 years of history at this stunning museum which showcases a fleet of historical life and fishing boats, plus agricultural artefacts and records of social history that bring the past back to life before your eyes. Enjoy live music performances and special family engagement events throughout the year.
Sheringham Little Theatre
The beating heart of Sheringham's cultural scene, this beautiful theatre is the venue for plays, music and films. The summer season is especially popular, attracting audiences of all ages and backgrounds. There's always something for the whole family at Sheringham Little Theatre, where you can discover another world.
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