The quaint traditional town of Sheringham with its mix of Victorian and Edwardian architecture, has some wonderful shops, quiet beaches and a seafront filled with an array of fishing boats, crab pots and buoys.

There are two railway stations in Sheringham. The first is part of the national network where you can board trains to Cromer, then on to Norwich and beyond.

The second (and most famous) is the North Norfolk Railway, where you can enjoy a trip on a steam train as it journeys through the delightful Norfolk countryside to Holt. The railway also stops at Kelling Heath, our sister holiday park just beyond Weybourne.

Sheringham Park is close by and is owned by the National Trust. It’s not to be missed, with acres of woodland to explore and views of the coast from the viewing tower. In May & June, magnificent displays of rhododendrons adorn the park, and you can cycle through or walk at your leisure most of the year.

However you choose to spend your time in Sheringham, it’s the perfect place to relax for all the family.