Kelling Heath Holiday Park
Sandy Hill Lane
Set amongst 300 acres of woodland and rare open heathland in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Kelling Heath is also very close to the North Norfolk coastline at Weybourne. A wonderful environment in which you can relax and enjoy activities together with children, family and friends.
Stay in one of our impressive woodland lodges, a luxury holiday home, or your own touring caravan or tent. Experience the unique environment of Kelling Heath at your own pace, and go home refreshed and relaxed.
Kelling Heath is unique amongst the holiday parks of Britain. We have miles of woodland and heathland trails for walking and cycling, or simply enjoying the diverse range of wildlife and the many species of birds. Kelling Heath also offers a range of recreational and leisure facilities including indoor and outdoor pools and tennis courts.
We have our own Countryside Team dedicated to caring for our very special natural environment, and related activities for our guests to enjoy. We are proud to have been recognised and commended by a number of national and international award schemes which, far from making us complacent, has spurred us on to achieve greater things. Having ensured the protection and sound management of our own space, we are now looking to do all we can to help the wider environment. All new build and refurbishment programmes host a range of environmentally friendly initiatives whilst other projects are planned with sustainability in mind.
There are footpaths throughout our 300 acres. Enjoy the beauty of the Norfolk countryside and panoramic views of the Weybourne coastline. Self-guided leaflets are available to guide you through the glorious range of habitats, wildlife and history of Kelling Heath.
If you want to use the Park as a base and explore other long distance footpaths there are a number of routes that take in more of the beautiful surrounding countryside and coast, depending on how far your legs will carry you! Board the North Norfolk Steam Railway at Kelling’s own halt travelling to Sheringham or Holt and back.
Join members of our experienced countryside team in exploring the Park and finding out more about its wealth of wildlife. A mix of guided bat, bird and general nature walks means learning about the Kelling estate couldn’t be easier. Add in our programme of special events and you have a huge variety of organised events that the whole family can enjoy.
There is a fitness trail through the woodland if you want to keep in shape as you enjoy your surroundings, or you can try your hand at orienteering, a recreational activity which is great fun for all the family. If you enjoy cycling, you can follow Kelling’s own signed cycle route around the perimeter of the Park or venture into the quiet country lanes which surround us.
Acorn Events offers children and families the opportunity to enjoy outdoor activities linked to the natural environment, learning more about the wildlife and work of the Norfolk countryside in a relaxed and fun way.
Tel: 01263 588 181
Fax: 01263 588 599
How To Find Kelling Heath
Kelling Heath is situated at Weybourne, north Norfolk.
GPS and grid details are here or follow the directions below:
Postcode district: NR25 7
Grid ref: TG118414
Lat: 52:55:44N (52.92877)
To reach Kelling Heath travel on the A148 from Holt or Cromer.
From Holt, turn left into Sandy Lane just before the village of Bodham, you will see a brown tourism sign – ‘Kelling Heath’ pointing left before the junction.
From Cromer travel through Bodham, on leaving the village take the first right into Sandy Lane. You will see a brown tourism sign – ‘Kelling Heath’ pointing right before the junction.
Continue down Sandy Lane. The entrance to Kelling Heath is on the left. Continue down the drive until the Village Square is reached, follow the road round to the left and park in the designated parking area. Follow the signs to Reception.
You can also reach Kelling Heath off the A149 coast road though this access is not reccommended if towing. At Weybourne turn opposite the church then the next turning left.
You will leave Weybourne and journey up an incline passing the North Norfolk Railway station, continue over a bridge (care needed here) up a hill and Kelling Heath is at the top of the hill on the right side.