Getting to Weybourne - by Car, Bus, Train, or by Air into our own Village Airfield. You could even charter a fishing boat and come in by sea...hope to see you here soon!
By Train on the Bittern Line a Community Railway Partnership which supports and publicises the railway from Norwich to Cromer and Sheringham. The railway forms part of the National Rail system. Journey time is 1 hour from Norwich, at Norwich trains can be taken to most other major rail hubs in England. Click here for website and to book
Once at Sheringham Station, hop onto one of the frequent buses to Weybourne called the:
CoastHopper Bus Service which departs roughly every hour from just outside the tourist Information Office in Sheringham, opposite the Bittern Line rail station. This serves the places shown on the map below (courtesy of John Hewes), stopping outside the Ship Inn at Weybourne, where the bus shelters show the time-table. Click here for website
By Road - North Norfolk features a rural road system (no motorways) and driving style which some liken to driving in 1950's England! This provides welcome relief from the hustle of high speed or city driving and is one of the attractions of living or holidaying here. Weybourne is easy to find situated on the slow single carriageway A149 (20 MPH limit through the village) that runs between Kings Lynn to the West and Cromer to the East. If you are using sat-nav enter this central postcode to reach the Ship Inn at the village heart: NR25 7SZ.
If you do not have sat-nav but wish to pre-plan your best route, click here and use this free route and distance calculator tool to plan your best route to Weybourne: UK Distance Calculator By Light Aircraft or Helicopter into Weybourne Airfield - fly into the village's fully functioning airfield, a former RAF base since 1936 and one of the shortest grass runways in the UK. Click here to get flight directions