Eightacres, Glebe Farm, Holt Road, Aylmerton, Norfolk, NR11 8QAView on map
Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM
Electric amperage: 16
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- NR11 8QA
- Lat 52.92053 / Lon 1.244019
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Nearest train station: Sheringham
- Train station within 5 miles
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I feel I ought to warn fellow members that, although I stand by my review of the site, we had a problem with two bookings. The first time we booked six months in advance for Eight acres but were informed just before we were due to arrive that we would have to stay at Tree Piece instead. This site was brilliant so that was not a problem. Unfortunately we had a 'phone call from Tricia last weekend to tell us that she could not accommodate us for our holiday at the end of May. We booked this holiday in 2014 and because we go as a group of three vans, we could not find another cl site for our dates. We are all very upset so please be wary! I am not such a 'happylady' at the moment!!
It is a lovely, well maintained site with spacious pitches in a row with dividing hedges. Waking up in the morning to wonderful views over the fields was pure heaven. Useful having the individual fresh water tap. There is a large wooded shed which holds comprehensive tourist information, refuse bins, chemical disposal point and the toilet. The owner has been extremely thoughtful when setting up the site a year ago. The location of the site is ideal with being on the A148; only two miles from Cromer where there is a Co-op and Morrisons, six miles from Holt which is a lovely town with independant shops and definately worth a visit, Wells next the sea, Blakeney, Holkham. I could go on and on. Truly a fantastic area. Overall, an excellent and peacful site which is ideally located to explore the surrounding area. (To note: the owner has another site 'Eight Acres' closer to the A148 which we did view but personally we preferred 'Tree Piece' with it being tucked away from the road, behind the farm and dividing field.) We will return.