Sheringham lies in a gap in the cliffs between Beeston Hill in the east and Skelding Hill to the west. At one time it was a thriving fishing town but now relies upon tourism. There is a wide variety of shops which still give personal attention. Eating places abound to suit all tastes.
There is a market on Saturday and Wednesday. If the weather is not suitable for being on the beach there is the Mo Museum to browse in, or take in the sea air as you walk westwards along the promenade to see the RNLI lifeboat house. The North Norfolk Railway runs to Holt giving you good views of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty t that stretches all along the coast.
Within two miles there a many signposted country walks not the least being the Cliff top path. Evening entertainment all the year can be found at the Little Theatre in the centre of the town. During the main summer season a professional repertory company give weekly performances.
Sheringham Golf Club is to the west of the town and is a good test good golf. The SPLASH swimming pool complex is situated a short distance along Weybourne Road. For nature lovers Beeston Common has a varied selection of wild life.