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Official star rating provided by VisitEngland, the National Tourist Board.
5 Star Hotel
Kelling Heath Holiday Park is set amongst 270 acres of woodland and rare open heathland; in in an area of outstanding natural beauty close to Weybourne which is situated on the North Norfolk coast. A wonderful environment in which you can relax and enjoy a wide range of activities with...
Brilliant for watching the World Cup on the big screen.
It’s coming home
Negative, if you have a dog you can’t watch the football as the tv in the bar doesn’t work properly.
Negative, all dog owners have to be segregated.
Means it very noisy...More
Great place, brilliant updated facilities in red squirrel, family bathrooms, with hairdryers ans plug sockets to plug in straightners, showers are digital and soacious shower rooms, Peaceful location. Friendly helpful staff. Nice pool, bar, child's play area, adventure park walks etc
Ideal for a short weekend retreat or longer holiday. We keep coming back. Pitches are large enough and there are plenty of facilities and amenities. There is an free to use outdoor pool or an indoor if you are willing to pay. Food onsite is...More
I have been visiting Kelling Heath for 20 years now & I never get tired of it. It feels like my home away from home! There is so much woodland to explore you come across something new each time. From your caravan / lodge you...More
Camp pitch's are spacious and well maintained, toilet blocks plentiful, large and clean. On site amenities are well priced and varied. Facilities are plentiful and well maintained. Pool area is excellent as are tennis courts, fishing pond, adventure play area.
On site pub/restaurant offers good...More
sorry we have not stayed in a lodge, but we have stayed in both Heron and Nightjar caravans. If the caravans are anything to go by then you are in for a great holiday. Hope the weather is kind for you also
At the bottom of the Heath people let dogs off the lead, however be careful, there are lots of adders in there, they may bite your dogs nose if it sniffs them, we were there in May and saw several. Well behaved dogs that... More
At the bottom of the Heath people let dogs off the lead, however be careful, there are lots of adders in there, they may bite your dogs nose if it sniffs them, we were there in May and saw several. Well behaved dogs that stay on the path are ok, be careful , by the way the snakes are fine if they are left alone.