Situated a stone’s throw away from the glorious North Norfolk coastline with its many stunning beaches, wide open spaces, some of the best coastal walks, renowned restaurants and hotels, Docking is ideally situated for you to experience the traditional village atmosphere.

Historically the village was once known as Dry Docking as, due to its relatively high altitude (for Norfolk!), it was without a water supply until 1760. Over the century’s the village has also acted as a gathering point for traders coming to and from the adjacent coastline, such is the convenient nature of its location. The village was also host to a RAF base during World War II and the re

Close by you will find a village store, public house, fish and chip shop as well as weekly local produce market every Wednesday between 9am-1pm at the Ripper Hall. There is also central playing field with children’s play area.