In search of the traditional English seaside holiday? Look no further; Sheringham has clean beaches, a fishing fleet and a thriving high street replete with independent shops and eateries, and tucked between shore and shops is this charming red brick end-of-terrace house. A wicker trolley in the hall laden with windbreak, cricket gear, buckets, spades and cagoules demonstrates owners Annie and James’ eye for detail. In the living room where Annie’s paintings grace the walls, three comfy sofas mean there’s space for everyone to collapse after a hard day’s rockpooling, with books, toys and games to keep all ages happy if the weather disappoints. The bright, uncluttered dining room leads straight into the fabulous red and blue kitchen, equipped to please the most exacting chef. You can also cook and eat in the small but perfectly formed garden. On the upper floors pretty, bright bedrooms all have antique bedsteads, lily-white sheets and vibrant bedspreads. Each room has its own charm – a sea view snug in the eaves, a balcony for sundowners, or a neat en-suite shower room. Bathrooms are new, white and squeaky clean.