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Fakenham Road, South Creake, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 9JDView on map
Why stay here ...
- Compton Hall is a working farm situated 6 miles from the stunning north Norfolk coast. The slightly slopping site is well off the main road, 2.5 acres of free draining soil with 10 amp EHU so plenty of space. Shower/toilet are at the top of site.
- Our 2 acre fishing lakes are within sight. Children and dogs are both welcome, with walks around the farm for both. Pigs, sheep and cattle can be seen at most times of the year.
- There is a 10 minute walk to the local pub, which is child and dog friendly, saves driving! Birds and wildlife abound on the farm.
- RSPB Nature Reserve within driving distance.
- Stunning beaches for the summer or winter.
- Fakenham and Burnham Market (Chelsea on Sea) are both within 5 miles. Holkham Hall and Sandringham are just a little bit further.
Some sloping pitches
Great savings on days out
Offers available to Club members
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We have been coming here for years but disappointed to now see a camping site at the bottom field. This puts extra strain on the already basic facilities for the CL. Disappointing to see tents being allowed to pitch on the CL part and use the electric. Totally changed the feel and tranquility of what was a special place for us. Tents should not be allowed on a CL- we pay a membership to have access to places like this - it’s not in keeping with club rules. Sadly this will probably be our last trip.
We visited with our Motorhome for 4 nights in June. Large field wit good access, plenty of room between vans and some choice of pitching. The field is on a hill as stated but is reasonably flat at the bottom. The grass was quite long when we arrived but was mowed on the 3rd day. currently charging £15/nt, we got a nice welcome from the owner, who explained that milk was available from the post office in the next village. We used the toilet and shower daily, these could definitely do with a lick of paint and a mirror/shelf in the shower, but the water was hot and not complaining at 50p. We enjoyed our stay and would visit again.
We visited here in early June. The site is indeed lovely with plenty of wildlife around, in a nice part of Norfolk. I am prompted to write this review because I felt the owner, Evie, didn't seem to have a great deal of interest in running the site. Unlike every other CL site we have been to recently, there was zero Covid security - no hand sanitisers etc. There was no signage, information, greeting. We were there 3 days and never saw her except when I went to find her to pay. In my experience most owners take a spin round the site once a day, say hello, collect money, answer questions, share information and so on. There was none of that here and I was just left with a general impression that the owner didn't really care that much.
Lovely site with loads of space, great views, plenty of wildlife, and lots of local interest. Unfortunately, it was spoilt by the poor state of the "facilities". The toilet was not cleaned, except by my wife, during our 4-day stay. There was no toilet paper or hand drying provided and the bins were not emptied. There was no supply of hand wash at the basin. Neither of us braved the shower, which did not look very inviting. Bear in mind that we visited during Covid times, so cleanliness should have been more of a priority.
We have just returned from a 6 night stay here (it would have been longer but we left early because of an impending storm!). Easy access. The field is the size stated and the EHU well spaced. As stated, it has a slope but it can be used. The ground was good - even for February. Lovely walks around the farm to see the animals. We would go there again.