Snettisham Park

Snettisham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 7NG

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Rated 4 of 5

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Deer farm open to public (charge - discount for CL users). Venison, farm trails; riding centre.

Facilities on site ...

  • Disabled facilities*
  • Information room
  • Shop
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

* Please confirm with owner

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

0.25 acres

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Postcode:
PE31 7NG
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Lat 52.876138 / Lon 0.508528
OS field ref:
TF691339
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Hunstanton, Kings Lynn
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Poor

We went to this site knowing it was a working deer farm, but we were put in the (overflow) site as the 5 van cl was full, it did have electric but was just a cable in a black bin bag!!! My main issue was that we were next to a marquee which was used for picnics of farm visitors but we had rubbish from that and old benches and computer equipment and anything they didn't require was disguarded where our car would normally be. The grass was also pretty long and the area was not gated off from the public so all visitors wanting to see horses and have a look round were just meandering around your pitch!! Not very secure. It's in a good spot and good price so it's a shame this happened. Staff were very friendly in cafe / shop but it seems to me it's a cl to earn a few extra quid rather than the love of it
Caravanner

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Good CL With Added Attractions

This CL is part of a working Deer Park visitor attraction and as such is noisy during the day.The Rally Field is nicer than the CL itself. The on site cafe is useful and it is the closest CL to Sandringham which is a lovely day out. The people working on site were very friendly and welcoming and the whole place had a nice family atmosphere.....we liked it.

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Short stay...

...we only stayed here one night to break our long journey up but it was a nice evening none the less and we shall return at some point. The site was clean and the staff were friendly, it seems there is lots to do on offer. My only gripe was the dog behind the hedge beside our caravan barking at 5.30am.
Caravanner from Norfolk

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Could have been better

We stayed on this site the 1st week of September 2015 but first impressions were that the grass had not been cut for several weeks as it was a good four inches long and there was a big bare patch on our pitch.  The site is very basic, although there are several water taps close to each pitch meaning that you only have to share the tap with one other pitch. There was a toilet on site, but again it was very basic and the gents had no light or toilet paper to start with and the soap dispenser had run out in the ladies and was never refilled during our stay.  Rubbish was piled high in bags next to the bins, which I suspect came from the Farm Shop.  This was cleared the day after our arrival.  The site was very peaceful during the evenings but could get noisy during the day from the activities on the farm.  Although there was no mobile phone signal you could get free wi fi in the farm cafe.  A ten minute walk down the hill, passing the lovely church, took you to the main road where the buses run between Hunstanton and Kings Lynn roughly every 15 minutes.  There are a couple of pubs and a cafe in the village as well as a small general store. A convenient site to visit different parts of Norfolk.

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Pleasant stay

We stayed for 3 nights over the bank Holiday and were surprised to find it was not fully booked. Grass was good and even tho' lambing was in full swing we did not find the noise bad at all, really cute to be honest and a real reminder that we were camping and away from city life. A warn welcome at reception.Will definately be going back as for us it offers so much convienience to do the things we love in that area of Norfolk.You really must go to Bircham Windmill bakery, have fish and chips at Fishers of Hunstantion, eat at the Rose and Crown, watch the knots at Snettisham beach the list goes on, oh and do not firget to watch the sun go down from the cliff top at sunny hunny!
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