Norfolk's longest narrow-gauge steam railway operating between the old market town of Aylsham and the bustling Broads to...View and Book
Roselea, Metton Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9JHView on map
Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM
Some sloping pitches
Great savings on days out
Offers available to Club members
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We stayed for 3 nights at this tranquil CL. We found it the perfect spot to explore Cromer and Sherringham. We walked across the fields to get to Cromer and took the train to Sherringham. Despite some heavy rain our grass pitch was well drained. Really good spot for dogs as there are lovely wooded walks. The bathroom facilities are no frills but really clean and perfectly adequate. The host provides recycling facilities. This was a great value for money stopover. Barbara the host was really welcoming and provided us with ideas for days out.
Our 3rd visit to this site and gets better each time, had 9 nights stay and wished we had booked longer. looking for the next time we book as we just love the area and of course the site is fantastic , nice steady walk into Cromer and plenty of coffee shops that allow you to take your dogs in. Keep up the good work
We spent 3 nights on this camp site and we were the only ones there. Quiet, peaceful and great location to explore Cromer (over 1-mile walk) and good base for cycling. We cycled along the coast almost to Sea Palling and back through quiet lanes. We had a lovely and friendly chat with Clive on Day 1 but were confronted by very unhappy Barbara on the last day. We were told off for not closing the bathroom door properly. The wooden door expanded and wouldn't shut properly. When I politely pointed it out to the owner she yelled at me: 'We can't afford to get a new door, the leaves went in and I need to clean it now. Well Barbara, the solution is very simple, if you don't have any visitors on the camp site you will not have to clean and the door will always be shut properly. Nice and compact camp site but the bathroom is definitely an issue at this time of the year. It was freezing cold and Barbara insisted on keeping the window open. There is a heater in the bathroom but it is not working. Perhaps if the heater were working, the door wouldn't have expanded so much and would shut properly.
Just had a 3 night stay at this lovely very quiet CL - in fact we were the only ones there. We didn't see the owners once - but had we needed anything we just had to "ring the bell". Being a motorhome we were allocated the "hard standing" - a gravel pitch to the side of the drive-way. Even on the gravel we had to use our levelling blocks. On saying that the pitch was ideal - I doubt you would get more than one motorhome on it (we parked parallel to the hedge) - 2 small campervans perhaps (if parked perpendicular to hedge). We had a friendly robin visit us each morning which was lovely. We used our own facilities so never used the shower - but did use the loo a couple of times. All very clean. The CL is located just off the Regional Cycle Network number 30 so we got 74 miles worth of cycling in over 2 days. We cycled to Mundlesey and along the coast road to Kelling - ideal at this time of year as the "A" road was very quiet - as indeed were all the other roads we cycled down. Felbrigg Hall National Trust property is also a short cycle ride away and indeed the regional cycle route 33 goes through the grounds. We visited the property on the day we arrived as it was en-route to the CL. Very easy to park the motorhome in the grounds! We highly recommend this site if wanting to visit the North Norfolk coast - and if, like us, you love your cycling!
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