The heath is crisscrossed by a network of
paths and bridleways including a nature trail. The village has a
hotel, a colourful art gallery and book shop where you can also enjoy
light refreshments. Birdwatchers and golfers are well catered for. There
is a small shop at nearby Weybourne and the larger town Sheringham is not
too far away by car. The North Norfolk Railways smallest 'station' is
located at Kelling, though not in the village itself. Although not a
frequent service you can board the train here as long as you give a clear
signal to the driver or to alight you need to advise the Guard at the
previous station (Sheringham or Holt). Unfortunately the Steam trains are
not able to stop here on the way up to Holt due to difficulties in
restarting the train.
For retail therapy try the Georgian town of Holt with its antiques and collectables and quaint tea rooms, some of which have remained unchanged for many years and serve delicious teas and snacks.
Just round the coast is the Muckleburgh Collection located on the site of a second world war anti-aircraft artillery range with over 120 vehicles tanks and guns coming from all over the world. For the adults you can learn to drive a tank, or for the whole family ride 'The Goat' an exciting coastal ride in a USA Personnel Carrier. This attraction has a restaurant serving hot and cold meals and birthday parties can also be catered for. Extensive gift shop.
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