Sheringwood

Craig-Nos, Britons Lane, Beeston Regis, Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8TS

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Sheringwood Certificated Location is located in a picturesque setting in the historic village of Beeston Regis on the outskirts of the traditional seaside town of Sheringham. The area offers beautiful scenic walks through woodland or along the famous Norfolk coastline and throughout the prodigious local towns and countryside.

2017 brings this site into its third year as a Certificated Location with five spacious level pitches, all with access to electric hook ups. The site has a central grey and foul emptying point all within easy reach of the pitches, a waste disposal area, drinking water outlets and free internet WiFi. The site offers a flat rate all year round with no 'high season' charges, pitch fees include all amenities including wifi, up to 2 adults and 2 dogs & porch or full awnings. There is no minimum stay and the site is open 365 days/year.

All pitches are level and hard standing, are available all year round and are suitable for motor caravans. The online booking system allows you to check availability via a live calendar and choose your preferred pitch. There is a maximum of two dogs welcomed per pitch. The freshly mowed grass, surrounding woodland and idyllic scenic views make this one of the most picturesque locations to come and enjoy your time away. It really is a true jewel along the North Norfolk coast.

With the beach less than a mile from the site, you can enjoy a leisurely stroll through Sheringwood & Pretty Corner woods where an array of Norfolk wildlife inhabits itself. Or you can take a trip through the town centre and visit the many interesting shops, pubs, restaurants, tea rooms and the Sheringham Little Theatre. You could even spend a day on the steams trains of North Norfolk Railway enjoying some of the coastal countryside views.

Only five miles away is Cromer, one of the most popular coastal towns in Norfolk where you can walk along the famous Cromer Pier, go fishing, or visit the Royal Cromer Golf Club.

With supermarkets and petrol stations nearby you'll never run out of the necessities you need.

All in all, Sheringwood Club Certificated Location Site offers a relaxing holiday destination with something interesting for everyone. To book or check availability please visit our Website or Email your enquiry.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: fair
  • Wi-Fi

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Sites key: Certificated Location

Postcode:
NR26 8TS
Plan a route to this site
GPS:
Lat 52.9336 / Lon 1.22693
OS field ref:
TG165413
OS map ref:
133

Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Abandoned and Annoyed

Sheringwood
No-one greeted us, in fact saw no-one from Tues.-Fri. Had issues re water so tel. but no-one answers. Pitch 5 had no drinking water tap and caravans were connected to others. Site is in need of maintenance, as water pipes are fallen/discarded and left in a hedge. Noisy from early morning dogs barking and constant noise from trailers back/forth to adjacent businesses. Most certainly not tranquil. Unmade access road is a disgrace. Generally visitors shocked at being ignored, yet you charge a premium for a CL? Go somewhere else, until owners have sorted water, given the place a makeover and sorted road surfaces. It has a lovely garden next to it but no-one to explain whether you can use it!

NigNB

Campervanner

Reviewed on 28/08/2021 07:23

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Definitely NOT a peaceful location

Sheringwood
Second time we have visited this site and most definitely the last! The entrance road has deteriorated considerably and poses a real risk to your car, caravan or motorhome. Surprising as it would be so easy to change the access to come via the Anglia Motors business next door ( which I believe is under the same ownership). When we visited last year, we were still under covid restrictions so the lawnmower business was fairly quiet whereas ,this year, the mower company is fully in action and boy is it noisy. The sound of mowers didn’t bother us at all; it was the delivery vans screeching to a halt, seemingly feet from the caravan site and the continuous shouting and bawling, which seemed totally unnecessary. The dogs barking at the local kennel didn’t honestly bother us but the tractor / forklift truck being used at gone midnight, along with the headlights shining across the caravan site for 30 mins, certainly did. Avoid at all costs; there are some lovely alternative CLs nearby.

Kempcastle

Reviewed on 15/08/2021 10:24

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A perfect CL for Sheringham

Sheringwood
This is a great CL a lovely walk to Sheringham. A few routes via the woods. We stayed on pitch 2 the approaching road isn’t great but all the local residents seem to manage and taken slowly is fine. We also walked to West and East Runton and Cromer. You can hear a little noise from the kennels and the mower company but it wasn’t too much and really no different to noise made by other campers on busier sites. Great value for money for water electric wifi and lovely walks. Already booked again and this will be a regular stop for us when we’re in the area.

gbillson

Motorhomer from Lincolnshire

Reviewed on 18/04/2021 13:09

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Sheringwood
We have stayed on this site before, but our brand new caravan was damaged by falling branches from a tree on pitch no. 5 We have stayed on another pitch too, but this week we stayed on pitch no. 1 and we had forgotten about the incredibly bad access road. The bumps caused our jockey wheel to dislodge. On site, the quest for peace and quiet is crushed immediately. There is a mower company next door whose employees seem to relish in the noise that revving their engines make. They also speed along through the field in front of the site, even on Sunday evenings. There is also a dog kennels next door which is very noisy. Added to that there is a construction site headquarters on the other side, equally as noisy. At present it isn’t possible to walk through the woods into Sheringham as there is danger from fallen trees. The position of this site has a lot going for it, but unless you want to gamble your car and caravan on the access road and be prepared to put up with incessant noise - I would look elsewhere.

Bookworms

Reviewed on 11/10/2020 20:54

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Lovely CL - shame about access road

Sheringwood
We have visited twice now. We feel the access road has deteriorated since last visit. Very poor 50 yards of offroading to access CL. Did not enjoy dragging my new car and new caravan over this. (However did not seem to bother the locals or other caravaners we spoke with). Also noticed continuous transit vans and lorries during working day - constantly delivering items to the lawnmower dealer next door-was a bit off putting. But all went quiet at 5pm! However - would we return? Possibly - as the site itself is lovely- and the walks through the woods are nice - all in - give it a try - but bring your 4x4! PS we had a good TV signal (antenna needs to be vertical 😉).

D W Jones

Caravanner from Shropshire

Reviewed on 20/09/2020 19:52

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