Camping and cycling on the north Norfolk coast

We spent a weekend at Kelling Heath holiday park and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. As the weather is starting to get better we took our bikes with us and were already on our big coastal adventure by 9.30am on the Saturday morning.

From Kelling Heath we cycled to Weybourne and picked up the coastal path. The scenery is stunning from the path which is on the cliff edge, and due to erosion sometimes uncomfortably so! It's a hilly and bumpy ride, not for the faint-hearted.

Weybourne beach
We stopped in Sherringham, locked up our bikes and explored some lovely little gift shops. We enjoyed a giant cup of coffee each at Pungleperry's, a cafe with a funky American diner feel. Their cakes and sausage rolls looked amazing but since our goal for the day was fish and chips for lunch in Cromer we resisited. Tony couldn't resist buying a pot of cockles from a seafood stand before we got back on our bikes though.

We arrived in Cromer just after midday and bought cod and chips from Number 1 Cromer. We wolfed them down on a bench with a view of the pier and then set out to explore Cromer's range of shops.

We'd cycled eight miles to arrive in Cromer and we didn't much fancy the bumpy coastal path back so we cycled on the road back to Sherringham and then caught the North Norfolk Railway back to Weybourne paying £1 extra each for our bikes.

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