Norfolk's youngest heritage railway site. Re-opened in 2009 after 50 years of closure, The Midland and Great Northern st...View and Book
Roselea, Metton Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9JHView on map
Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM
Some sloping pitches
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This was our first experience of The CL network and it certainly will not be our last. we booked a 4 night stay to an area we know quite well. the directions to the site were fine, the first view we had was of a slightly slopping bowling green, our name and pitch number were on a welcome board at the entrance. All in all we had 4 days tranqillity as far as we are concerned the site was spot on and we will defiantly be coming back hopfully to pitch 1 which was perfect
Staying at Bramble Park near Cromer/Felbrigg, it’s absolutely stunning! Adult only ( we’ve had our holidays with our children) Dogs allowed ! Stunning views of the countryside and incredibly quiet Not far to walk and you’ll find yourself at the coast.. or let the train take the strain from Roughton Road which is about a mile from the site First time here... and yes would give it a score of 10! We stayed on pitch 5 Perfect for us
We spent 2 nights in our motorhome on the hardstanding on the driveway. Although the pitch didn't look sloping we did use levelling blocks, which was not a problem. We rang the bell on arrival and Clive was very helpful and friendly. Despite having been very wet all the previous week, the field with the grass pitches was quite firm and despite torrential rain on Friday, did not get waterlogged. The toilet and shower were always spotless and I think £1 for a shower is perfectly acceptable when you look at the price of the pitch. The information hut had plenty of books and information and the map showing the footpaths and dog walks was very useful. Felbrigg Hall is an easy 20 minute walk through the lanes or about 30 minutes along the the main road. All in all, a lovely quiet site.
Pleasant enough CL but nothing outstanding. Can walk into Cromer but dangerous road, parts can be avoided going cross country but a guide in the information room wouldn’t go amiss. Pitches ok but corner pitch has no grass due to shade and no doubt could be muddy. Access for water fill up for Motorhomes poor, if car park empty can refill but doesn’t appear to have any parking restrictions for the static caravan users so often blocked off. £1 for a shower! Although very clean surely should be in the price. No serious complaints but just ok.