Our location in north Norfolk

Sheringham beach looking towards WeybourneNorth Norfolk has an absolute wealth of attractions and interesting places to visit for all the family.
There is something for everyone.

The Coast

  • Walking along the north Norfolk Coast Path
  • Fishing from Weybourne Beach
  • Seal watching boat trips from Blakeney and Morston
  • Traditional family sea-side attractions and safe beaches in Sheringham and Cromer
  • The sandy expanse of Holkham Beach
  • The interesting quay-sides at Wells and Blakeney

Towns and Villages - Enjoy browsing around the old-fashioned high streets and independent shops in Sheringham, Cromer, Cley, Blakeney, Wells or the Georgian town of Holt, just 5 miles from Weybourne.

Sheringham ParkNational Trust Properties include Felbrigg Hall, Gardens and Estate and the Blickling Estate. Plus Holkham Hall and Estate.

Country Parks and Gardens - Sheringham Park, Holt Country Park and Priory Maze and Gardens, Sheringham.

Children’s attractions: The Shire Horse Centre, Amazona Zoo at Cromer and the Hilltop Adventure Centre.

The Steam Railway, on the Poppy Line - a regular service from Sheringham to Holt, with many special events throughout the year.

Birdwatching at the bird reserves at Cley Marshes, Pensthorpe and Blakeney Point.

Golf on the superb Sheringham Links Course

Swimming and fun at Splash, Sheringham’s indoor leisure centre.

Churches - Norfolk abounds in fascinating old churches, and of course there is the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham to visit.

Eating and Drinking! Pubs, restaurants, cafes, tea rooms and gardens, all aspire to provide excellent food and drink, with many featuring locally caught sea food, including the famous Cromer Crabs (some of which are caught off Weybourne Beach!) and other delicious fresh produce. There are many to recommend.

Learn more about Weybourne and the surrounding area by visiting www.weybourne.net