I am David Woodcock a professional Kelling Heath property photographer specialising in North Norfolk holiday lets. Kelling Heath lies between the shopping town of Holt and the charming town of Sheringham on the North Norfolk Coast. It is an ideal location to visit the coast, an area of outstanding natural beauty. For shopping you can visit Aylsham on the River Bure, the popular market town of North Walsham and the City of Norwich. I can highly recommend, Valley View Lodge for your holiday accommodation.
Valley View Lodge Gallery
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As you can see from the images above, Valley View Lodge is situated on a holiday park. It is set in beautiful heathland and woodland with magnificent panoramic views. The lodge is rustic on the outside and very modern and contemporary on the inside. It is one of the nicest holiday properties that I have ever photographed.
The lodge is self catering, with parking. The open plan lounge, kitchen diner is magnificent. It has a washing machine, dishwasher, a television and internet facilities. The accommodation has two bedrooms, a double and a twin. It sleeps up to four persons. One bedroom is one suite and there is also a family bathroom. All of the rooms are on one level.
When you stay the Lodge you get also benefit from two for the price of one membership, at the Health and Fitness Club.
You can find out lots more about this holiday let and the facilities available by visiting Valley View Lodge.
Kelling Heath and Surrounding Area
The 300 acre holiday park has leisure facilities and restaurants. The leisure facilities include an indoor pool, sauna, steam room, jacuszzi. Other park facilities include tennis courts, outdoor table tennis, petanque, live entertainment, a family fun centre and adventure playground.
The area is also a great location for a family photo shoot in the woods or on the beach.
The area also has many walking and cycling trails. Cycle hire is available. If you are lucky you might be able to see a red squirrel.
I highly recommend the walk to Sheringham, returning by steam train to the halt. Please note that you need to make a request for a stop if you wish to get off the train at the halt.