This Georgian market town is 2 miles away with art galleries, crafts and an abundance of shops, cafés, pubs, hotels and restaurants.

This village is a mile from Kelling. It was mentioned in the Doomsday book. The church stands on the remains of a medieval priory. The beach is shingle and is good for sea fishing. Weybourne Mill is a restored tower windmill (non working). Weybourne station on the Poppy Line is well worth a visit not only for the steam trains and its railway memorabilia but also for its architecture. The Muckleburgh Collection is situated just outside Weybourne on the old Weybourne MOD Camp and is the largest private collection of military tanks, vehicles, aircraft and war time memorabilia.

Sheringham Park
This National Trust owned park can be accessed by footpath or cycle path from just outside Kelling Heath Holiday Park. It is a landscaped park designed by Humphrey Repton. Along the country paths there are splendid displays of rhododendrons and azaleas in spring and early summer as well as rare trees and shrubs and viewing towers for great coastal views.

This town is approximately 4 miles from Kelling. It is a terminal for the Poppy Line.
It has many shops, restaurants, pubs and cafés which lead down to the beach. Splash is it's indoor tropical pool complete with wave machine and water slide. It has a challenging golf course which is set on the cliffs.

An established seaside town, approximately 20 minutes away, with a promenade, pier and sandy beach. There are numerous children's activities. The theatre at the end of the pier puts on various shows all year round. There are many pubs, cafes and restaurants. The Cromer lifeboat museum is worth a look as is the family run restaurant above it The Rocket House Café which has superb views over the sea front.
The National Trust property of Felbrigg Hall is on the outskirts of Cromer.

Salthouse, Cley, Blakeney and Morston
The salt marshes and mud flats provide a paradise for bird watchers. The villages are quaint and have unique charm. There are boat trips from Blakeney and Morston to see the grey and common seal colonies that live on the sand banks. The young can be seen in July/August and November/January. There are coastal walks through the salt marshes between Cley and Blakeney not forgetting the noted smokehouse at Cley. If you want to indulge yourselves further you can go for a delicious meal at the Michelin starred Morston Hall Country House Hotel.