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302 Log Cabins in Norfolk

Big skies and stunning sandy beaches and the tranquil Norfolk Broads; Norfolk boasts some glorious coast and countryside. Great for birdwatching, cycling or walking. Quaint flint cottages, windmills and churches to explore, including Cley-next-the-sea and Blakeney.

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Silver Birch 6

Thetford, Norfolk, East of England

Silver Birch From £330 Availability

An inviting outdoor hot tub, a comfortable, en-suite master bedroom, and high-spec fittings, the Silver Birch cabin is a great choice for your forest break. The cabins are equipped with everything you will need for a fantastic holiday, and the attention to the small details of design and finish are evident throughout.

Silver Birch cabins offer a choice of two or three bedrooms, sleeping four to six people.

A perfect choice whatever the size of your group, from cosy one bedroom cabins to large four bedroom cabins, sleeping up to eight people. Our cabins offer a natural escape beside the banks of the River Thet, close to where the Norfolk and Suffolk borders meet. Choose a cabin beneath the tranquil canopy of the forest or opt for a more open aspect in the picturesque woodland glade.

Someplace Else 2

Diss, Norfolk, East of England

Someplace Else From £660 Availability

Someplace Else is a detached property resting on the outskirts of Diss. This all-ground-floor lodge houses one double bedroom sleeping up to two people and a shower room with a walk-in shower, basin and WC. Completing the interior is an open-plan living room with a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area with a woodburning stove. Outside, there is ample off-road parking and a decked area with a hot tub. Someplace Else is a superb base for a couple seeking to explore this corner of South Norfolk. Please note: Adults only.

Southdown Shepherd Hut | An adorable shepherds hut for two 2

North Walsham, Norfolk, East of England

Southdown Shepherd Hut | An adorable shepherds hut for two From £595 Availability

An adorable shepherds hut for two, Southdown is the ideal glamping pod for those looking to enjoy some peace away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Enjoy the tranquillity of Norfolk countryside, whilst knowing your within easy reach of many beautiful beaches as little as 2.5 miles away!

Ideal for couples, Southdown offers a double bed, indoor seating area and a kitchenette. Facilities include a hob, toaster, kettle and fridge – perfect for light bites and morning coffees!

Crafted by the site owners as a project during lockdown, Southdown is 1 of 5 marvellous Shepherd huts, offering visitors the chance to live amongst the outdoors without giving up all of those creature comforts!

Onsite shared bathroom facilities are available offering flushing toilets and individual showers.

Located in North Walsham, Southdown Shepherd Hut | An adorable shepherds hut for two is in a rural area. Norfolk Motorcycle Museum and The Straw Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Sim-Air and Little Gems. Amazona Zoo and East Ruston Old Vicarage are also worth visiting.

Spacious Bespoke Fir Lodge Log Cabin 13

kings lynn, Norfolk, East of England

Spacious Bespoke Fir Lodge Log Cabin From £3500 Availability

Lovingly hand-built by craftsmen from locally sourced solid Douglas Fir logs, and with fittings of English Oak, its spacious open plan living, dining and kitchen area with vaulted ceiling and massive timber trusses and access to two balconies. Its relaxing and tranquil atmosphere is enhanced by its large garden and location in the woodlands and lakes of Pentney and the charm of rural West and North Norfolk. The spa area houses a sauna, steam room and treatment room in addition to the hot tub, all exclusively for Fir Lodge guests only.

Located in King's Lynn, this cabin is in a rural area and on a lake. Custom House and Greyfriars Tower are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Gooderstone Water Gardens & Nature Trails and Caithness Crystal Visitor Centre. Traveling with kids? Consider Gooderstone Water Gardens and Church Farm.

Stables Barn 10

North Barsham, Norfolk, East of England

Stables Barn From £2311 Availability

Stables Barn, located in Barsham, is an exquisite holiday home that offers a perfect blend of rustic charm and modern comfort. This beautifully restored barn features five inviting bedrooms, including four doubles and one twin, all boasting en-suite bathrooms for ultimate convenience and privacy.

As you step inside, you'll be greeted by a fully-equipped kitchen that leaves nothing to be desired. It includes a cooker, hob, microwave, large fridge, chest freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, and tumble dryer, ensuring all your culinary needs are met. The kitchen also features a Nespresso Vertuo machine, so don't forget to bring your favorite pods. A spacious refectory dining table, accommodating up to ten guests, provides a delightful setting for shared meals and memorable conversations.

The cozy living room is perfect for relaxation, offering a wood burner with logs for those chilly evenings. Stay connected with the world using the available Wi-Fi, and rest assured that Stables Barn is a dog-friendly accommodation, allowing you to bring your furry friends along on your vacation.

Outside, a private lawned garden awaits, complete with a BBQ and a dining table, offering an idyllic spot for al fresco dining and enjoying the fresh country air. Additionally, a private courtyard directly accessed from the kitchen provides a charming space to unwind and soak up the tranquility of the surroundings.

Stables Barn is a true haven for those seeking a peaceful countryside retreat without compromising on modern amenities and comfort.

Nestled in the heart of the enchanting Norfolk countryside, Stables Barn is surrounded by a location that truly captures the essence of natural beauty and charm. Situated within close proximity to some of the most captivating sights and attractions in the area, this idyllic holiday retreat offers an ideal base for exploring the wonders of North Norfolk.

Immerse yourself in the unspoiled landscapes that define this part of East Anglia, where rolling hills meet sweeping coastlines and big blue skies stretch endlessly above. From the rugged sandstone cliffs to the serene saltmarshes, from sandy beaches to pebbled shores, and from tranquil creek banks to crashing waves, the variety of landscapes here is truly remarkable.

Venture out from Stables Barn and discover a world of possibilities. Delight in leisurely walks along beautiful beaches, hidden creeks, and breathtaking coastal paths. Embark on fantastic birdwatching expeditions or enjoy easy cycling adventures amidst the picturesque countryside. Explore charming villages and indulge in shopping sprees in the sophisticated small towns of Holt and Burnham Market. Or experience the timeless appeal of traditional seaside resorts like Hunstanton and Cromer.

For those seeking more exhilarating activities, sailing in Morston, windsurfing or kitesurfing in Brancaster, or taking a boat trip to witness the seals at Blakeney Point are just a few of the thrilling options available. And when it's time to unwind, relish in the exquisite local cuisine offered at the numerous pubs and restaurants dotted throughout the area.

Beyond the immediate surroundings, venture further inland to discover the breathtaking Norfolk Broads. With miles of picturesque waterways to explore, this unspoiled nature reserve teems with wildlife, offering the opportunity to hire a motor cruiser, sail in a traditional boat, or embark on a guided tour.

Additionally, the area is rich in historical and cultural treasures. Take a journey on the Walsingham & Wells narrow gauge railway or visit magnificent stately homes and gardens such as Holkham, Houghton, Blickling, Oxburgh, and Royal Sandringham—all within easy reach.

Stalham • 3 nights Minimum stay 5

Stalham, Norfolk, East of England

Stalham •  3 nights Minimum stay From £406 Availability

Number 88 is situated on the Broadside Chalet Park in the small town of Stalham, a perfect base to discover the Norfolk Broads. The chalet park is set a few minutes walk from Stalham Staithe giving easy access to daily boat hire.

Stalham is a typical North Norfolk town with a high street containing a range of shops, supermarkets and other amenities.

The Broadside Chalet Park is within easy walking distance of Stalham town centre. Stalham is approx 15 miles from Norwich and Great Yarmouth and 7 miles from Wroxham.

There are a number of beautiful beaches a short drive from the chalet park, the blue flag sandy beach of Sea Palling is just 5 miles away.

The chalet park offers a quiet setting with well kept grounds with plenty of space for children to play. The clubhouse has a bar and restaurant serving hot and cold meals and is open everyday from noon to eat in or take away.

Situated in view of the clubhouse is the heated swimming pool, toddler pool and playground. During the summer the clubhouse offers quiz nights, bingo and live entertainment.

Number 88 consists of 2 bed bedrooms (1 double and 1 twin bunk), living area/kitchen and bathroom. The chalet has a fitted kitchen with hob, microwave, fridge and is equipped with crockery and utensils.You will find everything you need for a comfortable stay,


All duvets and pillows covers are provided

2 x Double
1 x Single

Electric heaters are supplied in both bedrooms and the lounge area, also has a electric shower and heated towel rail in the bathroom.

Towels not provided

Coin Electric meter £1 & £2 coins ( not included )

Located in Norwich, this chalet is on a river. Stalham Firehouse Museum and The Museum of the Broads are cultural highlights, and some of the area's landmarks include Happisburgh Lighthouse and How Hill Trust. East Ruston Old Vicarage and Hoveton Hall Gardens are also worth visiting. Discover the area's water adventures with sailing, fishing, and swimming nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with hiking.

Stiffkey Barn 4

North Barsham, Norfolk, East of England

Stiffkey Barn From £1048 Availability

Nestled on a two-and-a-half thousand-acre North Norfolk estate owned and farmed by the same family for three generations, Stiffkey Barn offers couples and small families an exceptional stay. This brilliantly renovated stable barn enjoys two stylish bedrooms, a shower room and a gorgeous open-plan living room. The barn comes with a private courtyard garden where you can enjoy the estate’s far-reaching views, a glass of your favourite tipple in the sunshine and a barbecue on the deck.
The estate offers a rural idyll that is sprinkled with tranquil woodland, regenerated marshland, hedgerow-lined pathways, meandering river banks and carefully preserved wildflower meadows where you can enjoy pretty hikes, cycling and spotting wildlife, including kingfishers, rare breed sheep and a wonderful array of birds. The estate boasts a brewery which creates award-winning craft beers in one of the estate’s ancient farm buildings, surrounded by golden barley fields that offer some of the best Maris Otter barley in the world. They host a monthly Street Food Friday where you can meet local artisans and taste delicious treats.

Sustainability and innovation are at the heart of the estate, and its outstanding team is only happy to chat about its prolific wildlife and preservation techniques. The estate is tucked in a quiet pocket of the glorious North Norfolk countryside between the golden hills and salt-washed coastline that is only ten minutes away. You will crave tranquillity no more. You can hunker down with this revered wilderness and blissful sandy beaches on your doorstep. You just need to pack your walking boots and a good book or three, and serenity awaits. You can head to the powdery beaches of Wells-next-the-Sea and Holkham, ramble across salty marshes, browse the charming boutiques in Burnham Market and Holt, taste delicious fresh fish and chips or sample at fine dining menus at a long list of fantastic eateries, hit the calm roads on bikes and enjoy Norfolk’s huge skies.
Stiffkey Barn is a wonderful choice of holiday home for guests looking to relax, reinvigorate and spend special time with their partner, friends or family. The barn is beautifully presented, superbly comfortable and a joy to stay in. The views of the estate will entice your gaze and make you want to explore, though Stiffkey Barn is also a great place to hunker down with a good book and some delicious treats. The barn is tucked away at the top end of the estate’s ancient buildings. Offsetting its gorgeous flint walls are lavish fabrics and a soothing, calm colour palette. Your open-plan living room is centred around a large landscape window to drown the space in sparkling Norfolk light and to take full advantage of the scenic views. A modern sofa is sprinkled with scatter cushions where you can relax, unwind and enjoy a good movie or two after exploring the estate or spending the day on the beach. The television enjoys Freeview channels and a DVD player for your entertainment. The modern kitchen has shaker-style cabinetry and excellent appliances, including a Nespresso coffee maker. The living room also comes with a dining table and chairs though you might want to head outside if the sun is shining.
Your master bedroom boasts gorgeous wood detailing, a beautifully dressed king-size bed and a wonderfully warm ambience. It is a room that entices long lie-ins. The second bedroom can be made up as a kingsize or with twin beds to suit your needs, but either way, the beds in Stiffkey Barn are adorned with hotel-quality linens and beautiful soft furnishings. Both rooms enjoy fabulous painted headboards. Guests share an immaculate shower room and a separate toilet.
Doors open from the barn to your private courtyard garden with its barbecue where your barbecue master can prepare a feast. The deck is perfect for an early evening gin and tonic and to enjoy the starry skies later. Stiffkey Barn is dog friendly, so your well-behaved furry friend can enjoy the garden and the estate.

Stiffkey Barn is located on a wonderful family-owned estate in North Barsham, ten minutes from the North Norfolk coast. The estate enjoys lush woodland, marshland full of wildlife and beautiful wildflower meadows. You will enjoy amazing walks and cycles on the estate and can enjoy its special treats, such as the brewery. The estate owners are proud to be the purveyors of a ‘Norfolk Born and Brewed’ product. The estate is cross-crossed with family-friendly cycle tracks, and there are wonderfully scenic picnic spots.
When leaving the estate, you can visit the fantastic powdery beaches of Wells-next-the-Sea and Holkham, both backed by fragrant pine woods and nature trails. The rolling dunes and sorbet-hued beach huts at Wells are definitely Instagram-worthy. Holkham’s beach is totally unspoilt, with a glorious semi-circle basin filling to form a spectacular shallow lagoon at high tide. The beach is famous for the closing scene in Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Shakespeare in Love’. Brancaster and Holme next-the-Sea also offer huge open expanses of sand and big, big skies. As well as offering a phenomenal beach, the charming seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea enjoys novelty shops, amusement arcades, gift shops and lots of fish and chips, which can be eaten on the splendid quay wall while watching the boats at high tide. Wells’ lovely leafy green ‘The Buttlands’ is home to several gastropubs. You can take the Wells to Walsingham Light Railway for an afternoon excursion.
The twenty-five thousand-acre Holkham Estate is rich in history, architecture and wildlife. Holkham Hall is the seat of the Earl of Leicester, an 18th-century mansion still lived-in as well as open to visitors. There are six acres of walled garden, walking and cycling paths, lakes, deer, a tree-top high ropes course with its swings, bridges and ziplines, rowing boats, canoes and kayaks on the lake and a woodland play area. It makes for a great day out.
Another must is a trip to see the seals off Blakeney Point. The famous, picturesque village of Blakeney offers a pretty harbour, fishmongers, butchers and galleries, gastropubs and its amazing landscape of marshes, sand hills and mud banks. Within this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Blakeney National Nature Reserve offers uninterrupted coastline views, and you are very likely to spot migratory birds and seals at Blakeney Point. You should try one of the fresh crab sandwiches from the mobile van in the car park at the harbour. They are delicious! Trips can be taken from Blakeney and Morston Quay to visit the seal colonies. The pups are born from November to early January, with over two thousand seal pups being born yearly. Just down the road is the enchanting, sleepy, flint-built, artisan village of Cley-next-the-Sea with its iconic windmill, galleries, pottery, deli and smoked fish shop. The marshland was used for horse races up to the early 19th century and was a regular haunt for smugglers. The area is excellent for birdwatching, so look out for ringed plovers, oystercatchers, Brent geese and common teal. Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Cley Marshes Visitors Centre offers a cafe and wonderful birdlife.

Stunning log cabin with a pool table for hire in Norfolk, sleep 8

Kings Lynn, Norfolk, East of England

Stunning log cabin with a pool table for hire in Norfolk, sleep From £2191 Availability

Stunning 4 bed holiday cabin that sleeps 8 adults and 1 baby/small child in a cot, with lake view at Pentney Lakes, near Kings Lynn in Norfolk. Superbly situated in a beautiful wooded park. Highly recommended. Platinum Deluxe rating.

Surrounded by trees and woodland, entry to this impressive 2-storey wooden cabin is made via a veranda which encircles the property. Entering the main entrance leads you to an impressive hallway with stairs leading to the living area of the property.

To the ground floor, there are four large bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms; a separate toilet with wash basin; and utility room with washing machine and sink.

Bedroom 1 - King size bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers, en suite bathroom with full size bath, shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin. Access to the veranda.
Bedroom 2 - Double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers, en suite bathroom with full size bath, shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin. Access to the veranda.
Bedroom 3 - Double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers, en suite bathroom with full size bath, shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin. Wooden cot for babies and small children. Access to the veranda.
Bedroom 4 - Twin beds, which can be converted to a bunk bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers, en suite bathroom with full size bath, shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin. Access to the veranda.
* Please note that as an exception there is bedding and towels included in this property.

Stairs leading to large open plan living area, with three large sofas, wood burner, Freeview TV with DVD player, and pool table. French doors leading to balcony to the front of the cabin, with seating.
Free Wi-Fi in Living Area with Unlimited Download.

Large kitchen area, with dishwasher, electric oven and hob, two under counter fridges, with freezer compartment. French doors leading to balcony with seating and full lake view.

Dining table with seating for 10 people.

Outside, there is a large sandy play area, and parking for several cars. The veranda has outdoor tables and chairs, and there is a patio area ideal for barbecues.

Please note;
*There is no early or late check out available.

Additional Property Information:
• Wifi - Yes, in Living Area
• Parking - Next to the accommodation, space for several cars
• Pets - Yes, one well behaved pet/s allowed, charges apply
• Utilities - Mains water, electric and gas
• Heating - central heating throughout & wood burner in Living Area
• Bedding - Bed linen & towels provided

The services below are not included in the booking cost, however, you can add them to your booking for an additional charge.

• Pet - £30 per pet

Important Booking Information:
• Restrictions will apply on bookings from all-male or all-female parties of 3+ people if not immediate family or couples, please contact us prior to booking.
• The lead guest who books needs to be the age of 21 years at the time of booking, there must be one person staying in the accommodation over the age of 21 years.
• Park Facilities and Entertainment Passes: Please note all bookings are for accommodation only, park entertainment passes are NOT included in the cost of accommodation.
Park facilities and entertainment operate seasonally and are subject to availability.
• No commercial or sign written vehicles, including transit vans and trailers are permitted at this park.
Pentney Lakes is well known for it's water sports. These can be arranged and booked through the main reception on arrival.
• Each adult, child and baby will count as an individual person allocated to a berth and in total must not exceed the total berth number for that accommodation regardless of third-party information. Children under the age of 2 years are considered a person for this purpose.

This cabin is located in King's Lynn. Greyfriars Tower and Custom House are local landmarks, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Middleton Hall Golf Club and Swaffham Golf Club. Gooderstone Water Gardens & Nature Trails and Caithness Crystal Visitor Centre are also worth visiting. Discover the area's water adventures with water skiing and fishing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with cycling and hiking/biking trails.

Stylish Chalet Complex 5 min stroll to Scratby Beach / convenie 5

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, East of England

Stylish Chalet Complex 5 min stroll to Scratby Beach / convenie From £378 Availability

Nestled between the villages of Scratby and California and only a 5 minute stroll to an un-spoilt beach this immaculately presented chalet forms part of a complex of 3 adjoining chalets.

The chalet has a lounge of neutral design and two matching sofas for relaxation in front of the cosy fire with an adjoining well-equipped kitchen

Both bedrooms have fitted wardrobes. The front-facing double bedroom has a quality mattress and memory foam topper to ensure a peaceful nights sleep. The 2nd bedroom in 145 is a bunk-room and has its own pull out bed. (All are full sized 3' x 6'3")

A family bathroom with an electric over-bath shower completes the light and airy feel in a sleek and stylish fashion.

As part of complex of 3 adjoined chalets this offers the ideal solution for the larger group or family and equally perfect for the small family wanting a coastal holiday or for couples looking to get away from it all.

There is ample parking to the side and rear of the property with an open communal lawn to the front.

We have included a Smart TV/DVD in the lounge and a TV/DVD in the back bedroom. An assortment of games, DVD's and books complete your choice of home entertainment.

• FREE WIFI and Smart TV/DVD

• FREE Family Entertainment Venue passes

• FREE Swimming Pool passes

Tea and coffee making welcome pack with basic condiments are included together with a complimentary bottle of wine so all you need to do is unpack, relax and enjoy your stay

We can supply a travel cot, high chair and changing mat for a small charge

One small well behaved dog may accompany you at 145 Sunbeach Chalets

Situated on Sunbeach Holiday Village all the amenities you could wish for are right on your door step; mini-supermarket, cafe, take-away pizza and kebab, fish & chip shop, amusements, pub, launderette. Oasis Family Entertaiment Venue, Oasis Swimming Pool (Free passes to both are included).

The village of Scratby offers 2 x restaurant bars, a restaurant, take-away, gift shop, hairdressers, bakery, tea rooms, post office, garden centre and 2 x small supermarkets

A clean, unspoilt sandy beach awaits you within a five minute walk and there are so many attractions in the area that you will want to come back and again.

From the Nature Reserve at Martham Broad, Ormesby Broad Ormesby Broad, Rollesby Broad and Filby Broad that offer beautiful views of both the landscape and the local wildlife. Motor boats aren’t allowed on these broads so heightening a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere. There are opportunities to hire a boat and fish.

A little further and you will find the larger Broads again with picturesque scenery and where you can hire a motor boat or take advantage of the excursion boats.

Not to be missed is Horsey Gap where you will find a colony of seals; the Seal warden is always happy to share his knowledge of these wonderful creatures

Plus much, much, more including museums, wildlife parks and gardens ,miniature railway and miniature village not forgetting the premier seaside resort of Great Yarmouth and the historical city of Norwich

This chalet is located in Great Yarmouth. Norfolk Broads and Norfolk Coast reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include Oasis Amusements and Lost World Adventure Golf. Traveling with kids? Consider Joyland, or check out an event or a game at Yarmouth Stadium.

Suffolk Barn is a well-presented wooden holiday lodge, set with 4

Kelling, Norfolk, East of England

Suffolk Barn is a well-presented wooden holiday lodge, set with From £1106 Availability

Suffolk Barn is a well-presented wooden holiday lodge, set within 300 acres of woodland and open heathland in Kelling, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Within the Holiday Park you can access wonderful woodland walks, countless cycle routes, tennis courts and take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool (open from 25 May until 1 September) or indoor pool (open all year). There is a Fitness Club open every day at the gym, with a sauna and jacuzzi, a village shop stocking all the essentials and a restaurant and bar which offers a good range of food, drinks and entertainment.

All on one level, the lodge itself is a luxurious and comfortable space; it has all the mod-cons, with a well-equipped fitted kitchen with Nespresso coffee machine, two bedrooms (king-size and twin single beds), and two bathrooms - the master bedroom's en-suite has a roll top bath! During the summer months, you'll want the french doors ajar to let the sights and sounds of the open heathland in, or sit on the decked area around the lodge listening out for birdsong and the whistle from the heritage steam train as it meanders through the countryside of Weybourne on its journey between Holt and Sheringham. It's quite a sight to behold as it twists and winds through the glorious countryside, and you're assured to see it if you make good use of the walks and cycle routes peppered around the Park. In the winter months you'll be able to hunker down cosily as the lodge is well-insulated and double glazed, with an electric flame fire.

All Ground Floor Accommodation:
(There are steps to the decked area around the lodge)
With hooks for coats and a wall alarm.
Open-plan living area
A spacious, airy room with Smart television and sliding doors opening out onto a decked seating area overlooking the heathland. There's a dining area with table and seating for four guests adjoining the well-equipped kitchen which has an electric range cooker with gas hob, fridge/freezer, combi-microwave, Nespresso coffee machine and a washer/dryer.
Master bedroom
With a king-size bed.
En-suite bathroom
With roll top bath, wash basin and WC.
Bedroom two
With twin 3' single beds.
Shower room
With a walk-in shower over, wash basin and WC.

There is a seating area, with garden furniture and seating for six, on the raised decked patio with a charcoal barbecue.
Behind the lodge is a garden area with a picnic table with bench seating.
Parking for up to two cars within the grounds of the lodge.

Additional Information:
Two well-behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge). Please note: Kelling Holiday Park specifies that Pit Bull Terrier, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino, Fila Braziliero or any cross-breed versions of such are not allowed.
The pillows and duvets are synthetic.
There is a travel cot and high chair available - please request on booking.
The owners will supply some Nespresso pods in the welcome hamper. Should you need more, they can be purchased at Tesco in Sheringham. Please let us know on booking if you have any specific dietary requirements, so these can be accommodated in the hamper.
There is an additional charge to use the Fitness Club facilities, such as the gym, sauna and jacuzzi.

Kelling Heath is a wonderful environment in which you can relax and enjoy a wide range of activities with your family and friends, only a stone's throw from the sandy, Blue Flag beaches of the North Norfolk coast and numerous picturesque Norfolk villages to the east, west and inland. This is a hideaway which ticks all the boxes!

Additional Information:
Two well-behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge). Please note: Kelling Holiday Park specifies that Pit Bull Terrier, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino, Fila Braziliero or any cross-breed versions of such are not allowed.
The pillows and duvets are synthetic.
There is a travel cot and high chair available - please request on booking.
The owners will supply some Nespresso pods in the welcome hamper. Should you need more, they can be purchased at Tesco in Sheringham. Please let us know on booking if you have any specific dietary requirements, so these can be accommodated in the hamper.
There is an additional charge to use the Fitness Club facilities, such as the gym, sauna and jacuzzi.

Located in Holt, this cabin is by the sea. Muckleburgh Collection and Chestnut Farm are cultural highlights, and some of the area's landmarks include Letheringsett Watermill and Felbrigg Hall. Traveling with kids? Consider Splash Leisure and Fitness Centre and North Norfolk Railway. Fishing offers a great chance to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with hiking and cycling nearby.

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