Bush House Farm

Church Road, Sutton, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 9SA

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

In the heart of the Norfolk Broads this established CL lawned site is ideal for a peaceful quiet stay in rural country side. Overlooking Church and open fields.

Sailing canoes and boat hire available at Sutton and Hickling Broads. Ideal for country walks: dogs welcome

Many visitors enjoy the opportunity to cycle: hire is available. The unspoilt beeches of Sea Palling and Waxham are within cycling distance. Sutton Windmill nearby is the tallest windmill in England. Bus stop nearby to Wroxham, Norwich, Cromer and Great Yarmouth. Shop and garage within walking distance.

2 miles to the coast. 

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good

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Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM

0.75 acres

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Postcode:
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Lat 52.761885 / Lon 1.538815
OS field ref:
TG389242
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Norwich, Gt Yarmouth
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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A benchmark for CLs

Visited this CL in June 2019. It represents the best in CLs Moderate size but with plenty of space for 5 vans - fenced lawned field which is kept short - very well sheltered by trees and hedges - well placed electric points - easy and clean waste disposal - pleasant rural view of fields and village church - very quiet and peaceful. Extremely well maintained site with friendly but unobtrusive owners. Situated within easy reach of Hickling broad, of Stalham and of the coast. Good cycling country around and plenty of access to the Broads. At £12 per night in 2019 this is a really excellent CL

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lovely site

we have just spent our family holiday at this site and must say what a great time we had plenty of space kids loved the tennis courts while we got tea ready just a short walk and there is a pub and boat yard the only problem i could say is it's on a single country road which does have a few cars travelling on it from time to time so getting in and out with your caravan can be a bit worrying. but all in all it is in a perfect location to visit the surrounding area of Norfolk.

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A short quiet break

This was only a short break both time and distance wise, living just over the border in Suffolk but needing to get away for a couple of days. We stayed 3 nights, frankly in the motorhome which is 7.2mtrs long we didn't have a problem entering the site but leaving is a little more tricky as bushes obscure safe vision both ways into the quiet lane, this is a reason for care not one for not staying at this site. It is clean, the grass is well cared for and the owners are very helpful/friendly without being intrusive in any way. We walked from the site a couple of times but frankly one needs to drive to get the best, with Sea Palling, Happisburgh and many other places with super beaches a short drive away and Hickling Broad with The Pleasure Boat Inn similarly just a short distance. The Pleasure Boat Inn is in an idyllic position on the Broads and well worth visiting for refreshment and a pleasant walk on a sunny day, the food there is 'adequate', a lunchtime bar snack probably the best option. So yes we will be visiting Bush Farm again, thank you Mrs Nicholls for a very pleasant visit.

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Peaceful Norfolk

This is a delightful CL in an area of Norfolk, which we had not previously explored, but found that it has much to offer. The CL is well laid out so that all pitches can have an outlook across a neighbouring meadow to the church. The grass is well cared for, with clippings collected. As other have commented, the access needs care, but is not a problem, even for long outfits. The CL is bounded by open fencing and wel kept low hedges, so that the boundary is well defined, but leaves an open aspect to the site. We visited in August, and worried that the area would be very crowded. However, we found that this is the quieter end of the Broads, and, providing you were prepared to walk a bit, surprisingly deserted sandy beaches nearby (which are also dog-friendly). We can recommend the Small Sticks cafe near Cart Gap, which does excellent fish and chips early on Thursday and Friday evenings.
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Quiet site

This is a well kept, quiet site. Access is from a narrow lane. The double gate is fine to get in but needs another pair of eyes to exit. The view is somewhat restricted by the bend of the road. Just a little care is required. Pitches are pre allocated with a name marked on the pitch marker. I know it's a personal choice but I prefer to choose a pitch. The ground drained well after a deal of rain. The grass is regularly cut and collected so no trailing of grass cuttings into the van.

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