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Weybourne, Norfolk

Weybourne is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty and is part of the Heritage Coastline which links up with both the Weavers and Peddars Way. Weybourne is a conservation area so flint work and tradition are important.

Weybourne, Norfolk

Weybourne Beach is only a 12-minute walk away & dogs are welcome.

The beach leads straight onto the cliffs, which provide a scenic walk to the town of Sheringham. There’s an off shore wind farm being built at the moment, which is fascinating to watch, it’s between 17 and 22 kilometres off the Norfolk coast!

Weybourne is a popular and well-loved historic village with the following:

  • Bunteas Tea Room – Dog friendly & sell Weybourne crabs!
  • The Ship village pub - very dog friendly
  • The village shop is the ideal place to shop. You can purchase all of your daily essentials as well as a wide range of local produce.
  • Part time post office at the Village Hall
  • Bowling green
  • The Maltings Hotel / Restaurant - dog friendly
  • All Saints, our beautiful priory church
  • Methodist Church
  • Sea Diving – some good wrecks to explore off Weybourne

The North Norfolk Railway, The Poppyline

  • One of the four stopping points for The North Norfolk Railway (The Poppy Line). This has many special days throughout the year, including train driving events, a 1940’s weekend, Santa special etc.
  • The Muckleburgh Collection - a privately owned military museum open to the public. It includes working demonstrations of tanks and the chance to drive a tank!
  • Excellent walks over the heath and cliff tops
  • Explore the heath where the gorse never stops flowering
  • A stopping point for the "Coast Hopper Bus" – travels between Cromer & Hunstanton. The Norfolk Coast Hopper Bus service links Weybourne to other villages & towns along the coast road between Cromer & Hunstanton

And of course access to the sea (which also provides good fishing) but not for swimming.

Looking West at Weybourne

Other ideas and walks

The heaths contain a network of paths, nature trail and fantastic views of the surrounding area.

Not what you imagine of Norfolk - hills and cliffs - but that is exactly what Weybourne has to offer. Norfolk's "mountains" make Weybourne a popular walking spot.

Naturally, this is an area abundant with lots of fresh seafood to enjoy.

Snow at Weybourne, Norfolk

Community events:

There are regular events at the Village Hall throughout the week and all year round.

Over the August Bank Holiday there is always a “Fun day” (with dog show & beer tent as well as evening entertainment. Also on the last May Bank Holiday www.northnorfolkcountryfair.co.uk.

For more info on Weybourne - please visit www.weybourne.net