Bedingham Hall Farm

Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 2DD

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Fishing
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

Bedingham Hall Farm Caravan Site is situated in the beautiful Norfolk countryside between the historic city of Norwich (16 miles) and the market town of Bungay (5 miles). The touring site itself has all the charm and serenity you could wish for when on a touring break.

The site is located on a large field and pitches are lawned with electrical hook ups and lots of space for awnings. Fantastic views across rural Norfolk, makes Bedingham Hall Farm the perfect base for exploring, relaxing and enjoying the great outdoors.

Bedingham Hall Farm touring site is always well maintained and the owners have ensured everything here is perfect for those who simply want to get away from it all.

In terms of 'things to do' at Bedingham Hall Farm, there are plenty of footpaths, simply perfect for off-road country walks. Dog owners are welcome to bring their dogs as long as they are well-behaved and as long as you kindly clean up after them. There is a pond on the site with plenty of fish if you want to bring a rod. For the more adventurous angler there is a well stocked course fishery within 2 miles. So with some great local pubs, the nearest within walking distance, a shop within 0.75 mile and attractions nearby what are you waiting for? Come and enjoy the site for yourselves.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Coarse fishing
  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • Unfenced water

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2 acres

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Postcode:
NR35 2DD
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Lat 52.482907 / Lon 1.376094
OS field ref:
TM293930
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Transport links

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

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Bedingham Hall Farm
The superlatives about this site have already been covered so I will just add a few points. The site has 2 sections – the front and the back. The front has the best views of the adjoining pasture and small nature pond and it is also the sunniest. This is where pitches 1 & 2 are located which have their own water supplies. The back is closest to the buildings and the owner’s drive, is screened with high trees and contains pitches 3 to 7 which share 2 water points. The water point by pitch 7 was too low for our water barrel. All 7 pitches are grass and reasonably level - £16 per night. Signage off the public road is good but don’t be tempted to turn left at the second sign on the farm road by Laurels Farm. We stocked up at Morrisons in Beccles which has space for motorhomes so we didn’t need to use the local convenience store in Woodton. We didn’t drive anywhere during our 4-night stay which is the way we like it. We had good day trips to Norwich by bus and Bungay 2 hours each way by foot. There are other walking and cycling opportunities which the owner (Louise) will advise on. We recommend the Bigod Castle café in Bungay and Old Hall farm shop north of Woodton for lunch. Had we stayed longer we might have tried the Kings Head pub in Woodton, the Brickyard café between Woodton and Hedenham, the tea shop at Earsham Hall, the Flint vineyard near Earsham or the free Norfolk & Suffolk aviation museum at Flixton (which is only open on Wednesdays and weekends).

Caraman123

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Reviewed on 23/09/2021 08:38

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Bedingham Hall Farm
We have just spent a lovely week at Bedingham Hall Farm CL. What a delightful place so quiet and peaceful. Electric on every pitch and water on 4 out of 5 pitches. So much space you felt as if you were by yourself. The owner of the site Louise was really friendly and helpful. Added bonus is that it is only 10-15 minutes walk to a village shop and to a good pub the Kings Head in Woodton. We will definitely be returning

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Reviewed on 11/09/2021 17:59

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Bedingham Hall Farm
We received such a lovely warm welcome from Louise when we arrived on site. Our pitch was beautifully prepared with a super welcome sign. Louise quickly explained the local dog walks, location of the shop and local pub where we could get really excellent pub food. We were also able to borrow the useful information book that Louise gave us for some nice places to see. The pitch had such lovely lush soft grass I was able to just go around on my hands and knees putting the awning pegs in without any bumps, bruises or dirty knees. Our pitch was extremely large, which gave us the luxury of being able to pitch anyway we wished. We setup to face the afternoon sun and enjoy the lovely central pond. Tap, bins and waste were all a short distance from the pitch. We found lots to do in the area enjoying visiting Bungay, Bungay castle and tearoom, Walberswick, Halesworth and the lovely Air museum nearby. We particularly recommend the air museum which was free to visit and kept us busy all day. Around the site were several lovely walks which also allowed us to get in plenty of Geocaching. We recommend the caches in the local churches and the fine pair multi cache in Bungay. One of the Bungay church multi's is particularly amusing. The most incredible thing about this site though was the amazing dark sky, due to the lack of light pollution. We were able to use the telescope and binoculars to see several shooting stars and satellites. To be honest you could sit in your chair and see many constellations with the naked eye. We have stayed on official dark skys sites and not had the views we got at Bedingham. I would advise anyone wanting to enjoy a lovely bit of daylight peace and quiet, followed by the most amazing view of the heavens at night to visit. We would love to visit again in the future, thank you Louise for making our stay so nice. Two points of note don't use your satnav for the last few miles as it insists on taking you through some scary tight B roads. Plan your route using the main A roads even though it's a bit longer. Secondly don't turn in at the first Camping and leisure sign on the concrete drive, continue to the second sign and enter at the double gate as per your email instructions from the site.

Madz

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Reviewed on 06/09/2021 20:03

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This was our first visit and the site certainly lives up to previous reviews. Booking, ongoing communication and welcome from Louise were all excellent. The site is very well maintained and the pitches are really well spaced out. We thoroughly enjoyed spending time there watching the barn owls hunting, the green and great spotted woodpeckers and various other birds. We would certainly stay there again.

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Bedingham Hall Farm
Just returned from a weekend at this site. Beautifully set out with bags of space between pitches. Electric and water on our pitch, nicely discreet toilet disposal. Very quiet. There are lovely walks direct from the site, I imagine good for cycling as well. Nice shop in the village selling newspapers. Also a pub, but was too cold to sit outside for us this time. We will return.

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Reviewed on 17/05/2021 17:38

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