Weybourne

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The charming coastal village of Weybourne is a great holiday destination with its beach, heritage railway station and wonderful walks.
Weybourne Beach
Weybourne Beach
National Trust Sheringham Park

The North Norfolk coastal village of Weybourne, near to Kelling Heath and set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is home to pretty flint cottages and quiet winding roads. Its shingle beach and proximity to other places of interest, make it an ideal place to visit and stay.

Weybourne is a stopping point on the North Norfolk Railway line, where you will find a goods' yard and workshop which is home to various railway vehicles. Steam trains regularly pull into the station and you can ride the line to Holt and Sheringham

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There are many charming cottages within the village as well as shops and places to stay and visit. The village is famous for the UK’s largest privately owned working military collection, The Muckleburgh Collection which is home to over 150 artillery pieces, tanks and vehicles. In the grounds of 15th century All Saints village church, you will find the ruins of an Augustinian priory and just on the village outskirts, stands a former windmill, a well-known landmark.

Surrounding Kelling and Weybourne are two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Muckleburgh Hill and Kelling Heath. The heaths contain a nature trail, a network of paths and amazing views of the surrounding area. Adjacent to Weybourne, is the National Trust's Sheringham Park with its majestic displays of rhododendrons, azaleas, rare trees and mature woodlands as well as fantastic coastal views. 

Weybourne has a quiet shingle beach with a backdrop of cliffs running all the way to Happisburgh, while the beach stretches east to Blakeney Point. A three-mile walk along the cliff top will take you to Sheringham beach. The deep waters at Weybourne make it popular with beach anglers, as well as with smugglers in past times who took advantage of the sheltered quiet aspect! With so much to do and see at Weybourne, it's a superb holiday destintation at any time of the year.

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