Peacock Hall

Vicarage Road, Paston, North Walsham, Norfolk, NR28 9TB

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

  • Opens Easter
  • Good area for walking and cycling

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good

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1 acres

Electric amperage: 10

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
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Lat 52.86093 / Lon 1.445598
OS field ref:
TG321348
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: North Walsham
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Spot on!

We had a short three day break here last weekend. A beautifully kept site, very quiet with good walking opportunities nearby. Will definitely return.
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A Little Gem

A great place to recharge the batteries, we were very fortunate to find this site and directions provided by the owner were ample avoiding the town centre of Mundesley. I.5 miles to the town via the coastal path built up an appetite for a coffee and cake at 'The Corner House' coffee shop(well worth a visit if not sold). Wind was rather breezy during our stay but that helped blow the cobwebs away. Will definitely be planning another visit soon, thank you.

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Lovely CL

Just back from this CL after 8 day of sun, found the CL easy to get into & plenty of space on the large sized pitches, weather was great we arrived after high winds & rain, ground was a bit soft & I found the van wheels sunk in a bit? Mr Pritchard came & moved the van for us onto our pitch, once we sorted our selves out the sun helped dry the grass out, very quite site, just a slight hum from the gas terminal about 1 mile away,
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Very good value

Most of what I would write has been written before, so only additional comments for this lovely site. Arrival was very easy, as it was the Bank Holiday weekend the owners had named pitches so we knew where to go. There appears to be an additional field that is not part of the CL (and a rope present that I presume closed it off when it was not needed), this may explain a previous reviewer suggesting they had more than five outfits. Our only issues with this set up were a couple that seemed to race through the CL to their pitch and a dog that seemed to bark longer than reasonable. There are six pitches on the CL, but even over the BH, only five were in use at most. It seems flatter if you can get the two pitches nearer the houses. Water pressure appears to be better at the tap near the static caravan than the other near the 'extension field'. Over the weekend it was 'Truchonbury', a music festival that went on Fri, Sat, Sun evening till about 11am and could be heard depending on the wind direction. If the wind was the other way you could hear the constant (pleasant) hum from the gas works at Bacton. The constant police patrols around the gas works make this probably the safest CL in the country! The elsan point is a manhole cover near the house. I had no problems lifting it as it was light, but I can imagine some others may have as the handles are the small ones you get on manhole covers. It leaves a huge hole to aim for with a good hosepipe for cleaning. Very good recycling facilities. Very nice owner.

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Good vfm

We spent 12 nights on this great CL. Go with all previous comments. But I'd much appreciate it if CL owners would exert authority over dog owners who think it's ok to allow their beloved animals to roam free irrespective of the feelings of those among us who aren't so fond of dogs. It would also be good if they kept to the 5 van limit.
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