Bedingham Hall Farm

Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 2DD

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • 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
  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities

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Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM

1.25 acres

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Postcode:
NR35 2DD
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GPS:
Lat 52.482907 / Lon 1.376094
OS field ref:
TM293930
OS map ref:
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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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Peaceful Weekend

Just had three nights at the gloriously peaceful Bedingham Hall Farm, Hook Up and water directly behind motorhome No noise except the Pheasants, birds and the sheep in the next-door field. Grass cut like a pitch and putt at £12 a night this must be the bargain of the year. Although we did not travel a great distance this was truly a relaxing three nights. If you want loud noise and nightlife don't go here if you want peace and quiet this is the site for you. On our shortlist for an Xmas stay.

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Very peaceful despite gale force winds and rain!

We have just returned from a lovely 4 nights at Bedingham Hall. The weather was very windy and we also had a day of rain which meant we didn't do the walk we had planned but we still had a great time. The King's Head at Woodton is highly recommended and the bus to Norwich stops just by the pub. Norwich market has just won "Best UK Market" and we bought enough food for 2 evening meals, we also went to the cinema in Norwich. The site is superb. Louise the owner looked after us very well and the facilities as advertised are just fine. It's worth noting there are 2 ways on and off the site. When you get to the site sign by Bedingham Hall you can turn left onto a gravel driveway and then right on to the site. This entrance / exit is a bit tight for larger units, we only just managed with our 7.5m long caravan. Larger units might want to carry on up the lane where there is a double gate to the left onto the site. The two halves of the site are connected by a little bridge. We are very keen to visit again, hopefully the weather won't be so wild!

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Excellent tranquil site, well spaced, ample water points. Good walks, shop and pub nearby, pub served great value Sunday carvery. Hope to stay again.

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Brilliant week

Just returned from a terrific week on this CL, really good walks in the countryside, very helpful owners. Nice pub one mile down the road we had a Barby and live band on Saturday afternoon, took the dogs swimming in the sea at Pakefield Sunday, long walks and just chilled out. Great, we will be back.
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and if you're looking for a proper "local" with a friendly welcome and good value pub food go to the Kings Head in Woodton - just a very short drive or a walk into the next village - a lovely pub where you're made to feel like one of the regulars - and there's a great and very well stocked shop opposite too
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