Sheringham Golf Course 


There are several golf courses in the surrounding area.


Royal West Norfolk Golf Club, Brancaster
Situated on the A149 close to the beach at Brancaster. Visitors are required to telephone in advance to book a round of golf. You must be a member of another golf club and must have a handicap certificate. 


Telephone: 01485 210223


Royal Cromer Golf Club, Cromer

With fantastic views over the Norfolk coastline at Cromer, visitors are always welcome at Royal Cromer any day of the week and can look forward to a memorable experience. The course has been described as ‘one of Norfolk’s finest’ and will challenge players of all levels.

Telephone: 01263 512884

Sheringham Golf Club, Sheringham
Situated on the A149 west of the town of Sheringham, lies a challenging 18-hole course. With impressive cliff-top views and the passing North Norfolk Steam Railway in sight, it is an attractive golf course.

Telephone: 01263 823488

Searles Golf and Country Club, Hunstanton
Located on South Beach Road just a few minutes walk from Hunstanton town centre, this 9-hole course will prove a challenge to all abilities of golfer. No handicap certificate is required but players must be competent and dressed suitably.

Telephone: 01485 534211

Heacham Manor Golf Course

A new 18 hole course, set within a beautiful area designated as being an exceptional landscape. Advance bookings of tee times are required to play.

Telephone: 01485 536030

Hunstanton Golf Club, Hunstanton
Situated on the A149 at the aptly-named Golf Course Road in Old Hunstanton, this 18-hole course occupies another cliff-top location. Visitors are required to make contact in advance.

Telephone: 01485 532811

Fakenham Golf Club, Fakenham
Located on the Fakenham Racecourse, Hempton Road, Fakenham, this is a 9-hole course. No handicap certificate is required, but players must be competent and suitably dressed.

Telephone: 01328 855678

King's Lynn Golf Club, Castle Rising
Located at Castle Rising near to King’s Lynn and close to the Sandringham Estate, this is an 18-hole course set amidst pine and silver birch forests. Visitors are welcome, but must hold a current handicap certificate.

Telephone: 01553 631654

Swaffham Golf Club, Swaffham
Located on the Cley road out of Swaffham, this heathland venue has been extended from a 9-hole to an 18-hole course. Visitors must have a valid handicap certificate.

Telephone: 01760 721621

Barnham Broom Golf Club, Barnham Broom
Barnham Broom is located off the A47 Norwich to Dereham road. The club has two mature 18-hole courses — Valley Course and the Hill Course. Visitors are welcome. A handicap certificate is required for the Valley course. This is a large complex, which also has a health and fitness club, gymnasium, aerobics classes, squash and tennis courts.

Telephone: 01603 757505

The Links Country Park Golf Club, West Runton
This challenging 9-hole golf course with coastal views it situated at West Runton, near Cromer. Visitors are welcome, and do not need to hold a current handicap certificate, however proficiency in the game and correct dress code are requirements.

Telephone: 01263 838383

Dereham Golf Club, Dereham
Situated half a mile from Dereham town centre, this is a 9-hole golf course set in parkland. Visitors are required to hold a current handicap certificate.

Telephone: 01362 695900

Middleton Hall Golf Club, Hall Orchards, Middleton
Situated just off the A47 between Kings Lynn and Swaffham, Middleton Hall is an 18-hole parkland golf course, complete with floodlit driving range. Visitors are welcome and booking in advance is recommended.

Telephone: 01553 841800

Weston Park Golf Club, Weston Longville
Weston Park is situated just off the A1065 Fakenham to Norwich road at Weston Longville. It offers a challenging 18-hole golf course and an elegant club house. Non-members are welcome, although they are required to have a current handicap certificate. There are also tennis courts and equestrian facilities at the complex.

Telephone: 01603 872363


Fishing in North Norfolk

The North Norfolk Coastline and inland rivers and lakes provide excellent fishing for both beginner and experts alike. This is one of Britain’s best kept secrets as a ‘fishing hot spot’, with a variety of fishing available from Sea fishing off boats or along the seafront to Fly-fishing for trout on the river Wensum and Coarse fishing that is available on the other rivers and fishing lakes in North Norfolk. Some are privately owned fishing spots along the some of the rivers and private fishing lakes where prior arrangements are needed beforehand.

There is Coarse fishing for Bream, Carp, Tench and Roach available at Blickling Lake, Felbrigg Hall Lake, Gunthorpe Hall Lake where tickets are available on the bank as well as Gunton Lake and Holkham Lake and the northern part of the Norfolk Broads; Barton Broad, Hickling Broad and Heigham Sounds.

However, the Sea waters of the coast are free to fish for those with a valid fishing license; and are rich in stocks of Bass, Tope and Cod that can be caught off-shore from Wells next the Sea; along the coast to the shingle bank at Cley and Salthouse beach, where Skate and Thornbacks have been caught in the past. Good night fishing at Weybourne, Sheringham and West Runton to Cromer, and its pier, the breakwaters east of it and the lifeboat shed piles that provide good fishing for Mackerel in summer whilst in late autumn and winter, Cod, Whiting and Codling can be caught beyond the promenade from West Beach onwards to Overstand, Mundesley and Trimmingham and finally ending at Walcott and Bacton that provide good all year round sea fishing with high tides in the evening being the best time of bagging a good catch.

You can launch your own boat for sea fishing from slipways at Blakeney, Cromer, East Runton, Morston, Sea Palling, Sheringham, Walcott, Wells, West Runton and Weybourne – but check out local knowledge about the shifting sands, mud channels and tidal conditions of these coastal waters. Or why not treat you and your fellow angling friends to a chartered fishing day trip; provided and crewed by local fishermen who know some of the best spots for sea fishing in the area as well as the conditions of these coastal waters so that you and your friends or family can enjoy a memorable and hopefully successful fishing trip on the North Norfolk coast.