Located off Cley Road approximately two miles north of Holt, 100m after the right hand turning marked to Salthouse. A grey slate "SLB" sign marks the private gravel driveway that leads to the gated courtyard. From within Holt take the road opposite the Kings Head pub, adjacent to the Barclays Bank.
Approximately 1.5 miles south of Cley, just after the farm building and Swan Lodge Cottage on the left, on the dead straight section of road. From within Cley, turn off the coast road at the sharp turning by Picnic Fayre, sign posted towards Holt, continue along this road past the church and up the hill, around the right hand corner, for one mile.
A young, family-run high-quality recognised watersports centre operating in the tidal wildlife haven of Blakeney Harbour. Professional and approachable coaching is provided with safe, enjoyable & unique sailing and powerboating experiences and qualifications offered. Tel: 01263 740704
For more information: www.norfolketc.com
Take a short boat ride to the stunning sandbanks at the far end of Blakeney Point where there is a colony Common and Grey seals. Departure times are totally dependant upon the tides so it is worth checking with the various operators. During peak season booking is essential. Great fun for kids.
For more information call Beans on 01263 740505 or visit:-www.beansboattrips.co.uk
or Bishops on 01263 740753 or visit: www.bishopsboats.com
or Temples on 01263 740791 or visit: www.sealtrips.co.uk
The Club was formed in 1891 as a nine hole course, which was extended in 1898 to a full eighteen holes. The course is laid out on a strip of rolling, gorse-clad clifftop that lies between the preserved North Norfolk Railway and the North Sea. Noted for its long par 4 holes it is a severe test of players' ability, especially when the wind blows. The view from the 5th tee is one of the most memorable in golf. NOTE: A Handicap Certiciate is required. Tel: 01263 823 488
For more information: www.sheringhamgolfclub.co.uk
A superb 9 hole (par 33) golf course. The original course was designed by JH Taylor and was opened by him around the turn of the century. The course combines tight hilly fairways with tricky greens, providing a challenge for the most able players and beginners alike. Overlooking the village and with magnificent coastal views make the course one of the most picturesque in the region. Golf equipment is available from the golf shop and where the resident Professional can be found and who is very willing to offer help, advice and tips. Tel: 01263 838675
For more information: www.club-noticeboard.co.uk/westrunton