Little Tree Meadow

Tanglewood, North Walsham Road, Skeyton, Norfolk, NR10 5AW

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  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Now taking winter bookings and 2022 reservations

Little Tree Meadow, formally known as Tanglewood CL, reopens its gates! We are a small family run business and the site is situated within our 5 acre grounds. Coupled with the CL is our 2 bedroom holiday cottage that can be booked separately for accompanying family or friends.

With neighbouring fields and woodland surrounding the grounds, visiting Little Tree Meadow makes for a very peaceful break!

The site is positioned within one of our paddocks and has close mown grass pitches with electric hook ups. The site welcomes motorhomes and caravans and has ground level disposals. We are an adults only site and we welcome dogs, free of charge.

Little Tree Meadow offers miles of quiet country lanes and woodland walks to be enjoyed right from the doorstep, and the site also makes a convenient base for exploring both the Norfolk Broads and the Norfolk Coast.

Near the Norfolk Broads and the sea, this location is an ideal holiday destination in a rural setting.

The seaside resorts of Cromer and Sheringham offer wide sandy beaches and a host of attractions within a 30 minute drive. Cromer boasts a pier, a carnival week in August. Sheringham is home to the North Norfolk Steam Railway, Sheringham Gardens, Numerous bird sanctuaries, salt marshes and wildlife centres punctuate the region, and popular RSPB nature and bird reserves can be found around Cley-next-the-Sea, Blakeney and Morston. Head to the seaside village of Mundesley, 8 miles, for its superb sandy beach and charming village centre. Dubbed 'capital of the Norfolk Broads', Wroxham provides daily boat hire, river trips, shops, waterside cafes and restaurants, making it an ideal starting point to explore the Broads. Just a couple of miles away from Little Tree Meadow CL is the market town of North Walsham which has shops, cafes, restaurants and a supermarket.

A day trip to Norwich is just 13 miles away, the city and county town boasts a fantastic castle 'turned' museum, cathedral, excellent shopping, a theatre, numerous art galleries, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Places of historical interest and stately homes can be found within easy driving distance. Blickling Hall boasts open-air concerts and events during the summer season.

As new members ourselves to the Caravan club, we are looking forward to welcoming guests and hope that those that visited Mr and Mrs Hall when it was Tanglewood in previous years, come to stay again!

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • TV reception: good

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Latest arrival time: 5:30 PM

Latest departure time: 11:00 AM

Minimum stay 2 nights (applies bank holidays)

0.33 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
NR10 5AW
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GPS:
Lat 52.799767 / Lon 1.350517
OS field ref:
TG259277
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: North Walsham, Cromer, Norwich
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: North Walsham
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Little Tree Meadow
We spent 10 fabulous nights there a few weeks ago and it’s a lovely, peaceful, tranquil site, and well maintained with plenty of space between pitches. The site is in a fenced-in area as part of a larger field, with woods along one side, and fairly level we didn’t need levelling blocks. There is recycling facilities and the usual waste disposal facilities, which are discreetly tucked away at the far corner of the field. A tree is placed on one side of the field labelled ‘grey water me’ that thrives on even soapy water. The owners, Mark and Vicki are lovely, and provided a gorgeous personalised welcome bag with biscuits, bread, milk and lots of information. They have produced a pretty trifold leaflet with lots of useful information including on-site and off-site info, and useful numbers also. They are keen to develop the site and are open to suggestions as it is a fairly new site. They have a few ideas and include a comments card to identify what customers prefer and encourage their suggestions. I guess it’ll be so popular soon that we won’t get on it in time to come. Fresh eggs are available on request, with a donation to the air ambulance. There is barely any road noise and most of what you hear is birds and wildlife, and there are three entertaining ducks and hens. Deer can be spotted on the adjacent field occasionally. It’s ideally situated to visit many different places in the area. Norwich park-and-ride is about 20 to 25 minutes drive away and a great service for visiting the city. Cromer is 25 minutes away, and the nearest beach is Mundesley approx 20 mins. Caister and Great Yarmouth are approximately 40 minutes away. 2 National Trust properties are within half an hour drive. The food at the Goat Inn is definitely worth a visit. The New Forge on the A140 near Aylsham is a pub/restaurant that serves Thai and English food, and we enjoyed some really good Thai food there. The Crab Pot cafe in Cromer do some fantastic crab sandwiches. Overall it’s an absolutely lovely site, and just the tonic we needed for a restful week. It’s a pleasure to just sit outside and enjoy the views and nature. Thanks Mark and Vicki, we will definitely return.

BlackandBrown

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Reviewed on 14/10/2021 12:37

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Just come back from 8 nights at this superb CL. Vicki and Mark were very welcoming and helpful throughout our stay. We received a lovey letter following the booking. This gave instructions to the site, which when followed are superb and Spot on (we followed the Sat nav, which in hindsight was a mistake). Lovely quite site, in idyllic countryside not to far away from shops when required.

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Reviewed on 13/09/2021 13:28

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Little Tree Meadow
I stayed here for 2 nights in August 2021. What a beautiful spot! After booking I received a really helpful confirmation letter giving excellent directions to the site and other useful information. After setting up the owner popped over and greeted me giving me a really thoughtful and useful welcome pack. The site is beautifully maintained, level and in a very peaceful part of Norfolk. Dog walking is excellent with plenty of footpaths. The Weavers Way provides lead-free walking, that's about 15 minutes away by foot along easily walked roads. North Walsham is about 40 minutes on foot or a bus passes outside. If you're interested: the Hop In is a Great micropub!

Ali and Glen

Reviewed on 06/08/2021 08:22

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What a lovely quiet site, level and very well kept. We booked it up at short notice for the weekend and we're glad we did. We found it a good place to cycle from - lots of quiet country lanes with minimal traffic. We're new to towing with a double axle caravan, and looking at Google street view at various places along the lanes from the main road, we were VERY anxious about the width of the lanes, but we followed Vickie's directions and there was absolutely no problem and the directions were perfect. Looking forward to going back later on in the year.

jabiru430

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Reviewed on 05/08/2021 19:04

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On having a weeks holiday booked at home and the weather turning glorious we decided to try to find a site at short noticed and you can imagine what that was like. Eventually came across Little Tree Meadow rang but had to leave message but not long after Vicki rang back. Being very helpful and accommodating for us to book in. Journey down was great until the last bit with the Sat Nav would suggest not to follow theses direction and ask Vicki and Mark for directions. On arriving at the site was presented with a very beautiful, pretty well kept site. Partner started to set up while I took the dog for a walk and kept him occupied. Met Vicki on the way out while she was attending to the pretty flower borders, very friendly lady and very helpful with pointing out the dog walks around the area. Felt very relaxed in such a lovely quiet site. Surrounded by countryside Fields one side and woodlands the other. Lots of wild life to see even seeing a red female deer with her baby fawn on an early morning dog walk. After finally settling in on arrival Mark came over to gives us a welcome pack and was very surprised to receive a pint of milk, loaf of Bread and packet of biscuits. Plus a few information/menu and attractions leaflet. What a lovely thoughtful welcoming pack. With the chickens wondering about eggs were also given when we liked. Another thoughtful gesture. Just not sure what the dog thought to the chickens and cockerel on their visit lol. Mark and Vicki we wish you all the luck in developing this little gem of a site you have and carry on with what you want to achieve. You have gone above and beyond, looking forward on when we return again. Thank you

mel1969

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Reviewed on 17/07/2021 00:50

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