Looking for a small attractive village, close to the coast, then Kelling will tick all the boxes. This delightful village has an interesting art gallery, which also serves light lunches and delicious cakes. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just a mile from the coast, makes this a popular area to be based in for exploring the North Norfolk.
Nearby Sheringham is a seaside town, which is ideal for families, where a shingle beach at high tide gives way to a lovely sandy stretch at low tide. Well worth a visit is Sheringham Park, where you can discover beautiful rhododendrons & azaleas, climb towers for stunning views, and explore 1000 acres of woodland home to 3 deer species, a wide variety of birds, butterfly’s and wildlife species.
There are ample opportunities in the area for walking / cycling and birdwatching, with notable routes being The Peddars Way and The Norfolk Coastal Path.
The popular town of Holt is located three miles away and here you will find a number of independent shops, galleries and a great selection of cafes – perfect for enjoying a cup of tea and watching the world go by.
Nearby you have Muckleburgh collection, which is the UKs largest private military collection and includes twenty-five working tanks, plus two challenging 18hole golf courses can be tackled at Sheringham & Cromer, both have stunning views overlooking the coast.
Plus you have a great selection of eateries all close by, The Dunn Cow at Salthouse, The Wiveton Bell, Morston Hall, and The Hunny Bell at Hunworth are all highly recommended and serve excellent locally sourced food.