One of the main advantages of staying in North Norfolk is the availability of so many scenic walks. Right on the doorstep is Sheringham Park, run by The National Trust, with hundreds of acres of attractive woods and sculptured parkland.
You are only a short walk away from the nearby beach – ideal for walks or family outings at any time of the year. Other walks include the famous Pedders Way, Marriotts Way, Weavers Way, the Norfolk Coast Path and the Bure Valley walk –all of which guarantee some of the most stunning scenic views that Norfolk has to offer.
Historic seaside towns of Sheringham and Cromer are both popular with locals and visiting tourists today. Sheringham beach holds the coveted Blue Flag award for its cleanliness and water quality. The rest of the North Norfolk coastline is also within easy reach of our Park, as is Wells-next-the Sea and Holkham beach with its miles of golden sand, creeks, dunes and lovely pine woods.
There are bird watching opportunities aplenty in North Norfolk – with nationally famous bird sanctuaries providing plenty for amateur birdwatchers or professional ornithologists to get excited about! North Norfolk can lay claim to World class bird watching sites such as Blakeney Point, Holkham, Cley, Salthouse marshes or Pensthorpe waterfowl park and nature reserve to name a few.
If you’re coming to North Norfolk then don’t forget your clubs! There are some excellent golf courses and facilities in North Norfolk providing excellent choice for all golfing abilities - Nearby are Cromer (18 Holes), Sheringham (18 Holes), Mundesley (9 Holes), West Runton (9 Holes) and Fakenham (9 Holes municipal).