Weybourne is a coastal village midway between Holt and Sheringham on the north Norfolk coast. It is on the route for the Holt to Sheringham, North Norfolk Railway where you can catch a steam train or vintage diesel train, or just watch the trains go by at Weybourne Station. There are several marked walks through Weybourne Woods and there is a popular walk down to the sea and along the coastal footpath to Sheringham. A free leaflet outlining these walks is available at the station. The Muckleburgh private collection of army tanks is also based here. Weybourne Windmill is a five-storey red brick tower mill and was built in 1850. During the 1920's the mill underwent extensive restoration work, all the machinery was removed and the roof was raised. In 1969 new sails were installed. Today the windmill can be seen from miles away but it is now a private residence.
The Muckleburgh Military Collection
Discover an extensive collection of military tanks, guns and equipment including models, ammunition, and light weapons. The Muckleburgh Military Collection is open from Easter until the end of October and can be found in Weybourne, on the north Norfolk coast, close to the pretty market town of Holt.
Accommodation in Weybourne
Get back to nature in style at this beautiful, elegant and peaceful woodland retreat, just one and a half miles inland from the coastal village of Weybourne.
A modern little holiday bungalow set in a peaceful wooded location within the grounds of Weybourne Hall, with views across to the sea and Weybourne Windmill.
A fabulous luxury, single storey barn conversion set in the heart of this peaceful coastal village, where you will find a great pub, a super, very well-equipped village shop, and the wonderful North Norfolk coast all within easy walking distance. What more could you want?!
Reedcutter Lodge is a beautiful Scandinavian A-frame luxury lodge located in the wonderful, tranquil woodland setting of Weybourne Forest, set high on the hill above the popular coastal village of Weybourne, and within a short drive of Sheringham, Cromer and the lovely Georgian market town of Holt.
2 Hammond Square
A fabulous, surprisingly spacious character cottage with a secret south facing garden. Hidden away in a quiet loke in the centre of this popular coastal village, just a few steps away from an excellent pub and well stocked village store, and a leisurely ten minute stroll away from the beach.
Coach House Cottage
Coach House Cottage is a bijou brick and flint, semi-detached cottage offering lovely accommodation for two in the pretty coastal village of Weybourne, set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Only a short stroll to Weybourne's shingle beach, favoured by fishermen, and a couple of minutes' walk to the ever popular Ship Inn and fantastically-stocked local shop, you are in the ideal spot for walking the Norfolk Coastal Path and discovering all that this part of Norfolk has to offer.
The Old Barn
The Old Barn, dating back to the 1800's faces the church and monastery ruins in the beautiful, brick and flint coastal village of Weybourne; an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. An ideal place to stay all year round (with its cosy wood burning stove) for families and groups of friends, this bolthole is a stroll to Weybourne's shingle beach, and only a couple of minutes' walk to the popular Ship Inn and locally-stocked village store.