Kelling Heath is a very attractive site, and is very well laid out for campers and tourers alike, with large pitches providing plenty of space.
Our only negative of the touring area were the bad manners of other campers (about thirty people sharing one row of pitches who seemed to think they were at Glastonbury, not North Norfolk), which of course can not reflect upon the proprietors.
The toilet and shower facilities were in good order and clean.
The site itself is beautiful and set in a stunning location. The on site shop is well stocked and reasonably priced.
Overall, this was an fairly enjoyable experience. Our only real complaints are similar to what other reviewers have mentioned:
Expensive pitch prices (we decided to leave early due to bad weather, and stayed in a travelodge for the final night of our holiday, which cost less than one night camping!)
Forge and terrace poorly staffed (waited over 15 minutes to be serve at the bar on two occasions, despite being next! Staff completely unrepentant!)
Other leisure facilities prohibitively priced
All in all, I would say we're unlikely to return.
- Official Description (provided by the 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 your family and friends. Hire Woodland Lodges, luxury caravan holiday homes or bring your own touring caravan or tent. A range of facilities and environmental activities available. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Kelling Heath Hotel Weybourne
- Kelling Heath Norfolk/Weybourne