Old Brick Kilns
Little Barney Lane, Barney, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 0NLView on map
Why stay here ...
AA Heart of England Caravan Site of the Year 2017 winner.
Set on three levels, the Old Brick Kilns covers some 13 acres with 60 spacious all weather semi-hard standing pitches. We have a selection of premier pitches with full services on a part of the park called Heydon’s Meadow, which is a Club Certificated Location. This is a particularly tranquil part of the park where individual, spacious pitches are screened with beech hedging; all are provided with their own picnic table and are fully serviced with 16 amp electric, tv hook-up, drinking water and waste water disposal. The washrooms have been refurbished and offer 5* facilities including underfloor heating, hand and hair driers. Heydon’s Meadow is a two acre site offering peace and tranquility.
The Park also features a delightful wildlife pond, landscaped garden areas and natural wildflower bankings and is one of only 2 Best of British Parks in Norfolk. For nature lovers – we have our own bird hide where visiting birds can be watched in seclusion and we’re delighted that for the 2nd year running, we have nesting tawny owls in one of the 40 bird boxes around the site. We have a David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award for the work done on the Park and are always looking for new ideas on how we can enhance habitats further. There is a small fishing lake with carp, bream rudd and tench for guests to enjoy and many fabulous dog-walks close by.
The site has its own well-stocked shop and a recently refurbished bar and restaurant where residents can have a drink or a bite to eat on sunny evenings. Newspapers can be ordered for collection in the shop each morning, along with hot croissants and freshly cooked bread. The emphasis is on friendliness and we have many visitors who have been returning to the site for many, many years.
The Old Brick Kilns is just over 8 miles from Blakeney and the North Norfolk coast and its famous beaches and wildlife areas. It’s the perfect base to explore the main local attractions including Sandringham, Holkham and Houghton Halls, the Thursford Collection. Medieval Walsingham, Blickling Hall and Pensthorpe Nature Reserve, to name but a few. Blakeney has the largest seal colony in the UK and boat trips can be taken out to the nature reserve to see newly born pups and we are also just 10 minutes from the picturesque market town on Holt.
Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM
Electric amperage: 16
Commercial site adjacent
You need to be a Club member to view directions to this Certificated Location. Log in
- NR21 0NL
- Lat 52.855948 / Lon 0.968686
- OS field ref:
- OS map ref:
- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Fakenham, Holt and Cromer
- Daily public transport within 1 mile
Log in to write a review
we have been coming back to this wonderful site for a few years both to enjoy the peace and quiet the laughs with the fellow campers and the fun with both John and Alison just can't wait to be back there in September The joy of the dawn chorus of the birds,the rabbits scurrying around the park what more can you want The site is in the most perfect location for the broads and the whole of the North Norfolk coast.