Norfolk's youngest heritage railway site. Re-opened in 2009 after 50 years of closure, The Midland and Great Northern st...View and Book
Coney Heath (formerly Pippin Heath)
Hunworth Road, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 6SSView on map
Why stay here ...
Having been caravanners, ourselves, for 42 years, we have tried to keep up with the needs of our caravanners by offering all hard standings, electric hook-ups, TV aerial, water and grey waste connections to each pitch, making a stay at our CL very enjoyable and easy for all. The site itself is a very well maintained lawned area of 0.75 of an acre surrounded by shrubs and trees and the pitches are all well spaced. Recycling is encouraged.
Holt, our nearest town is just a mile away and has a wide variety of individual shops, including 'Bakers and Larners' which some claim to be the 'Harrods' of Norfolk, numerous coffee shops and antique shops. The surrounding area boasts a number of very fine restaurants, and for those who like a bargain, weekly markets at neighbouring towns.
The site is on a bus route for Holt, Sheringham, Cromer, Fakenham, Norwich and King's Lynn. The 'Coast Hopper' can be accessed at Sheringham and follows the coast road to Cley, Blakeney, Wells next the Sea, Burnham Market, Hunstanton and King's Lynn (so bring your bus passes - should you be mature enough to have one!!)
We are fortunate to have numerous National Trust properties, plus Sandringham, within 20 miles, also the nature reserves of Cley, Blakeney and Titchwell and the beautiful sandy beaches of Holkham and Wells next the Sea, within 10 miles.
Roger and Marjorie look forward to welcoming you to their CL.
Would you please be kind enough to provide your own water hose and grey waste pipe.
Advanced booking advised. No dogs. Fully serviced pitches.
Bed and Breakfast available.
Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM
Latest departure time: 11:00 AM
Electric amperage: 16
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- NR25 6SS
- Lat 52.884645 / Lon 1.080547
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Holt, Sheringham, Cromer, Fakenham, Norwich and King's Lynn
- Daily public transport within 1 mile
- Nearest train station: Sheringham
- Train station within 5 miles
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We looked for somewhere to visit during the storms of Feb 2020. The solution was to visit a site where the weather had been driest with hard standings. This meant that we chose Coney Heath, based on descriptions and photos, the photos are a true likeness of (unlike some we have seen in favourable conditions). It has to be said that this is one of the better 'basic sites' (no wi-fi, toilets etc) we have visited in our time (over 60 in all), and that the hard standings are of a high standard. The grass did not cut up between standings as we had to drive over it to reach the caravan standing - this shows how well the site drains. There is a minor road next to it, but don't most sites have one - otherwise how do you get to visit them. I have to admit that we didn't notice the road, nor did we notice the owls except on one occasion, but that is likely due to the high winds experienced at the time. The price £17 (winter rates), would seem reasonable to me, as there has been some investment to the upkeep of the site to make this a a very nice overall location. North Norfolk is not a usual destination for us, but I am certainly glad we made the visit and it was better than sitting at home. Would I consider it again, definitely.