Apart from the wealth of attractions in Sheringham itself there is always something going on, or somewhere to explore nearby.
The following are easily accessible from Picaroons:
Getting Around – public transport
Coasthopper busses. The best way to travel up and down the coast
Stagecoach busses. Our local bus service
Abelio greateranglia. Timetables for our national rail line (The station is just a short walk)
North Norfolk Railway. Not public transport but a nice way to travel to Holt. It also stops at Weybourne
Things to Do
Deep History Coast
North Norfolk’s Deep History Coast is the 22-mile stretch of coastline between Weybourne and Cart Gap which has revealed the most spectacular finds. Nearby West Runton yielded the most complete fossilised mammoth skeleton ever found in the UK and is the best-preserved elephant of its kind. Ongoing excavations have also revealed the bones of rhinos, hyenas, wolves and bears.
The night skies in North Norfolk are renowned for their clarity. Just four miles from Picaroons, Kelling Heath is situated in the heart of the rural North Norfolk countryside, well away from any intrusive lighting. It is considered one of the darkest sites in the country with an unrivalled view of the night sky. As well as marvelling at the Milky Way we can see crystal clear views of other planetary neighbours which we probably haven’t been able to discern elsewhere.
Because of this the Norwich Astronomical Society organise star parties at Kelling Heath, attended by hundreds of astronomers from all over the country. The autumn event is thought to be the largest star party in Europe.
For more information have a look at the Norwich Astronomical Society website