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Sheringham Park

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CazBUk wrote a review Nov 2020
Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom425 contributions168 helpful votes
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One of our favourite places to walk, Sheringham Park is delightful throughout the year, but particularly so when the rhododendrons and azaleas are in full bloom. We took advantage of beautiful weather on the day before the November lockdown began. As it was a weekday there was no need to book a car parking space. It was quite busy along the main path down through the trees, but social distancing is possible if you step aside on the grass. We walked down through the park, as far as the road ( NB the gazebo tower lookout is closed at the moment).We continued across the road on a footpath between hedges, then along the edge of a field, to the top of the cliffs. At this point you can turn right along the cliffs next to the golf course, towards Sheringham, or left towards Weybourne. We chose the latter - lovely views along the cliff path which brings you down to Weybourne beach. From the car park we followed the footpath along the road to the village ( great coffee and cakes at the Village Stores next to the church ). The road continues to Weybourne station, where we turned left down a path alongside the railway line, which eventually led to a gate into Sheringham Park. It was then only a short walk up hill along the main path back to the car park. Total distance walked was 7 miles. A highly recommended walk.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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agdthols wrote a review Oct 2020
Ipswich, United Kingdom38 contributions10 helpful votes
Beautiful park with stunning azaleas which can be seen even more from the top of the tower. Great to ride through on bikes
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Chris W wrote a review Oct 2020
Hertfordshire105 contributions44 helpful votes
It is important to book a car parking space in advance at the moment before visiting. Everything was really well organised and has been throughly thought through for safety purposes. Many different walks, some short and some really quite lengthy. Well sugnposted with lots of interest, our little dog loved it. The cafe did really good sandwiches and the coffee was good too. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Steve-Fell wrote a review Oct 2020
Thaxted, United Kingdom47 contributions15 helpful votes
We did not pre book as we did not know it was required. However, the young lady on the gate was very helpful and as they were below the level of visitors we got in. We had a very nice walk with the dog, followed by a coffee at the cafe. All good limited choice fro gluten free but drinks were good. Yes only the ladies toilet as unisex but this was not a problem, but a strange decision? Lovey place and staff all excellent.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Clive T wrote a review Oct 2020
Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom298 contributions100 helpful votes
Walk with wife and dog on a cool October day. Covid precautions good with unisex toilet arrangements. We chose the blue walk as we only had 90 minutes before park was closed. Lovely walk until we got to the estate with a herd of cows with calves all over the path. We turned around and went on the white tree path which was great. Lots of damage done by the recent stormy winds. Specimen trees are numbered - but where do you get the code to the numbers.?? Worth a visit again when the cows are indoors and not threatening walkers.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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