Bush House Farm
Church Road, Sutton, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 9SAView on map
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.
Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM
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- NR12 9SA
- Lat 52.761885 / Lon 1.538815
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Norwich, Gt Yarmouth
- Daily public transport within 1 mile
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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.