The Beach at Weybourne
Out & About
Weybourne is an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful North Norfolk coast ...
... from the dunes and broad sandy beaches of Holkham, with Holkham Hall and the dramatic coastal nature reserve;
... to the creeks, saltings, and spits of Blakeney, with its picturesque quay, where trips can be arranged to see the local seal colonies;
... to the award winning sandy beaches of the seaside town of Sheringham.
... to the sloping pebble beach favoured by beach-casting fisherman and local commercial fisherman at Weybourne
The beautiful North Norfolk coast offers an enchanting variety of landscape for visitors to enjoy.
Steam train at Weybourne
The North Norfolk Railway - "The Poppy Line"
The 10.5-mile round trip through wooded hills and countryside runs from the delightful Georgian town of Holt, to the heart of the traditional seaside town of Sheringham.
Weybourne Station is within easy walking distance of the lodges.
A walking and cycling base to explore the local area ...
Cycling in North Norfolk's woodlands
In addition to a network of public footpaths, Weybourne is an excellent base to explore a number of internationally recognised cycle routes. www.visitnorthnorfolk.com/cycling.htm.
National Trust managed, Sheringham Park is easily reached, and in late Spring and Summer visitors can enjoy colourful drifts of flowering azaleas and rhododendrons. These are best enjoyed from the viewing towers in the park which provide wonderful coast and country vistas. www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Other National Trust properties, Felbrigg Hall, and Blickling Hall are also within easy driving distance.