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A short car journey (or reasonable bike ride) takes you to the the Georgian market town of Holt, Fakenham Race Course, the bijou shops and restaurants of Burnham Market or the historic religious centre at nearby Little Walsingham.
We have bikes to lend you if you want to give car a rest.
The village is surrounded by well-ordered arable fields, woodland and heathland.
The area is excellent for walking, enjoying the countryside and coast.
A year ago, Norfolk was hammered by storms; now formidable sea defences, designed to absorb another 50 years of sea level rises, are being put in place to keep the town safe.
It's nothing new: the Domesday village of Shipden Juxta Mere lies sunken just off the Cromer coast, and the story goes that, on a still night, the bells of the submerged church can still be heard.
While many factors and feedback mechanisms are involved in generating an ice age, the primary drivers are subtle wobbles and variations in the Earth's orbit, named Milankovich cycles after their discoverer and each of these parameters has a different periodicity.
At times they reinforce each other and drive climate change - warmer, colder, warmer, colder.
The gardens are delightful, featuring a Mediterranean style garden with a decking area and lots of hidden corners to relax in, making Holly Lodge perfect for a few quiet days away.
The village population is less than 600 and consists largely of local Norfolk residents, retirees and visitors who come to enjoy delightful old brick and flint cottage rentals, camping or caravanning, or to enjoy a Hotel or Bed & Breakfast holiday.
Weybourne is mentioned in the Domesday book and in that survey it is called Wabrunna.
Art galleries lie in wait, with their evocative seascapes, and the pier is one of England's loveliest.
You're not charged for the privilege of setting foot on it, families are happily fishing and dropping lines for crabs, and at its far end, where it would have been easy to build an amusement arcade, there's a lifeboat station.
Up until mid-2013 – four years after the coastal corridor was announced – just 20 miles had been dedicated, and the dream looked set to be sacrificed on the altar of austerity and government apathy.