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    My new holiday let in Sheringham, North Norfolk

    We went 'live' literally today.
    This is quite a rarity in its location as it has its own parking. If you know Sheringham you will know what I mean! Plenty of places to eat and drink within 5 mins walk as it is just off town centre.
    As you can see it is let through an agent, but I can block weeks myself within reason so pm me if you are interested.
    No animals
    No riff-raff
    http://www.keysholidays.co.uk/search...es/view/490449

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    Super part of the world

    We visit Susans mum in upper Sherringham often and i love it down there. The only drawback is the journey on the A17

    Good luck not that you need it
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    Nice spot, good looking flat, Mark... will bear it in mind. Good luck with the venture

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    I've fond memories of a school holiday there back in the seventies. Nice flat you've got there.
    I revisited Sherringham last year whilst staying in Wells next the sea. That stretch of coast is lovely, some great places to visit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkShelley View Post
    No animals
    That rules out 90% of this parish, then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeBiff View Post
    No animals

    That rules out 90% of this parish, then.
    Quote Originally Posted by MarkShelley View Post
    No riff-raff

    and that's the other 10% gone...

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    Quote Originally Posted by redrick View Post
    Super part of the world

    We visit Susans mum in upper Sherringham often and i love it down there. The only drawback is the journey on the A17

    Good luck not that you need it
    The A17 is brilliant! I can get huge queues behind me very quickly if I try hard enough! Then watch them all try to commit suicide by overtaking in silly places! It's quite funny at times!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkShelley View Post
    We went 'live' literally today.
    This is quite a rarity in its location as it has its own parking. If you know Sheringham you will know what I mean! Plenty of places to eat and drink within 5 mins walk as it is just off town centre.
    As you can see it is let through an agent, but I can block weeks myself within reason so pm me if you are interested.
    No animals
    No riff-raff
    http://www.keysholidays.co.uk/search...es/view/490449
    Might be a bit quiet..

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeBiff View Post
    That rules out 90% of this parish, then.
    I realise the dog ban will reduce my potential customer base, but I have furnished the place with good quality items and unfortunately not all dog owners are responsible and would stick by any rules such as keeping them out of the bedroom. The cleaning company we are using backed this up. He reckons people would wash their dog in the shower after being on the beach and use my towels to dry them. No thanks! I know not all dog owners would do this, but it is a similar scenario with dog poop all over the place. I have never known a dog owner who doesn't dilligently clean up after their pooch. They can't all be telling the truth, can they.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkShelley View Post
    I realise the dog ban will reduce my potential customer base, but I have furnished the place with good quality items and unfortunately not all dog owners are responsible and would stick by any rules such as keeping them out of the bedroom. The cleaning company we are using backed this up. He reckons people would wash their dog in the shower after being on the beach and use my towels to dry them. No thanks! I know not all dog owners would do this, but it is a similar scenario with dog poop all over the place. I have never known a dog owner who doesn't dilligently clean up after their pooch. They can't all be telling the truth, can they.
    I don't blame you one bit.....

    Dog owners = Thoroughly inconsiderate shower of shite......

    (There....I've said it...I've said it....I've said it.....I'm doomed doomed doomed........ )

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    If booked through myself, a full week between 2nd November and the end of March 2019 (excluding Xmas and New Year weeks) will be £270. Short breaks possible.
    Xmas and New Year weeks available by negotiation, but it will be a good deal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeBiff View Post
    That rules out 90% of this parish, then.
    plus 1!

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    But some people don't like going to places that smell of dog. Personally, I look for places that do not accept animals. Each to their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udders View Post
    The A17 is brilliant! I can get huge queues behind me very quickly if I try hard enough! Then watch them all try to commit suicide by overtaking in silly places! It's quite funny at times!
    It used to be so much more fun when we was only allowed to do 40 mph along there.

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    Any car hire tips with airport recommendations? Nice part of the world...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smelly Old Boots View Post
    Any car hire tips with airport recommendations? Nice part of the world...
    Sheringham is a lovely part of the world indeed however.... it's best avoided when the local Sons of Anarchy wannabees take over the town for weekend(Unless that's your thing). They block the town and the local roads as they do their group ride. There's usually over a hundred bikes riding in two's at about 40 mph. They ride from Sheringham to Wells and back all day holding everybody up looking cool(in their own heads) in their leather waistcoats and fingerless gloves. I managed to get ahead of them last year,rode into Sheringham on the RS to show the waiting crowds what a proper motorcycle looks like.
    Last edited by Bravo; 27-10-18 at 08:19. Reason: Faf

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