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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Great for Birdwatching

Sheringwood
After reading the reviews we weren’t sure about trying this CL, but very glad we did. After all the bad reviews I thought I’d write a good one. We had pitch 3 overlooking a field if you are a bird watcher it’s the place for you, saw a great variety of beautiful birds and deer. Walking distance to sheringham wood another lovely place. Cromer and all seaside towns very close by. We did hear the dogs barking from the kennels but only in the day again didn’t disturb us. The only thing that needs doing is the driveway it is bad. Other than that we had a lovely 5 days there.

happy silver campers

Caravanner

Reviewed on 14/03/2022 10:25

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Road access is an issue for a Caravan with mover.

Sheringwood
Was booked in here with a Caravan until I read reviews on road access so we asked to cancel after having paid, and to their credit they provided a refund and we went elsewhere. But we did visit in the car to check and the potholes on the access road would have caused us damage to the mover and underslung spare wheel. The owners are aware but unable to reach agreement with the businesses to repair the road as not owned by them. I think campervans would be ok but not caravans. We did not stay so cannot comment on anything else but wanted to make others aware of the access challenge.

Steve J Jones

Caravanner

Reviewed on 16/11/2021 10:10

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Graveyard

Sheringwood
Booked this site on the reviews and photos. I visit this area often. Not the best un adopted road. Check your suspension. This was Halloween weekend. Perfect. If you want to be spooked. Totally empty. Left to days early and went to another site. Kennels and lawnmower company next door. The only plus. The WI-FI.... Sorry but give this a miss. If you want a basic basic hook up. Only 7 bays. Fresh water and waste facilities. Give it a go. A disappointed visitor

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Motorhomer

Reviewed on 31/10/2021 15:08

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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

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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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