The Pines and The Poplars at Denmark House Ship sailing past Weybourne beach Blakeney, north Norfolk The Norfolk Broads Strumpshaw Fen Barn Owl, flying through the Reserve

Denmark House is situated right on the coast just to the north of the village of Weybourne within an area of outstanding natural beauty.

We have two holiday units “The Pines” and “The Poplars” within the grounds of Denmark House. Most of the grounds comprise a nature reserve which is free for the use of guests but not open to the general public.

Birdwatchers and lovers of the countryside will enjoy staying within a private nature reserve adjoining the beach at Weybourne.

Martin had passed away suddenly and that although ringing and mothing will no longer take place, the reserve is still open to guests.


Weybourne lies three miles to the west of the seaside town of Sheringham and a similar distance to the north of the Georgian town of Holt. The popular seaside resort of Cromer lies nine miles to the east. The famous bird reserve at Cley marshes is five miles to the west.

Weybourne Village StoresA shop which includes a delicatessen and facilities for coffee and snacks etc. is within walking distance from Denmark House. There is one public house “The Ship” which offers bar food as well as an extensive restaurant menu. The Maltings hotel is within the village with The Pheasant hotel lying a mile or so to the west in Kelling.

A few fishing boats are based at Weybourne beach mostly catching crabs and lobsters. The beach is a popular site for sea anglers and it is rare to see no fishing taking place from the beach whatever the time of year or time of day.

North Norfolk

North Norfolk is very much “off the beaten track” which is perhaps its greatest appeal. Sightseeing and walking in unspoilt countryside and on largely undeveloped beaches are the greatest attractions but for those looking for “the bright lights” Cromer, Sheringham and Wells next the Sea have plenty to offer.