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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Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM

2 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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The Flintstones

Best route is to keep to main roads as long as possible as this lovely site could be found via narrow lanes if sat nav is followed.... not a problem without a van but maybe one with it! Don't expect to catch fish in the pond but do expect to watch the moorhens bumble around the site and pond whilst the squirrel gathers and hides his nuts and the lady pheasants watch from atop the farm gate! Pitches well spaced out with water and electrics and in better weather would have been perfect. The new entrance and exit is wide but after torrential rain does pose a problem for leaving the site as the gateway does become wet and slubby. Overall a really nice site, Louise is lovely, worth a visit for that getaway from it all weekend but there is some traffic noise from the adjacent lane.
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Lovely peaceful site.

Wonderful site, well kept grass and beautiful trees surround the site. Big field to walk the dog. Walking distance to local shop and easy car trip into Bungay and Beccles. Would definitely return.

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stayed for a week in september, spacious site with room to spread ! the pond in the middle gave it great character nice walks from site all added up to memorable stay.

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Scenic, spacious and peaceful little gem

A most spacious well drained grass pitch in a peaceful setting overlooking the farm's fields. Each pitch had its own water and electric hook up. There was even a pond where people could fish with a family of resident moorhens which our cat enjoyed watching from the caravan window every morning. Due to the size of the site, scattered with trees, it felt like we had the field all to ourselves. Louise lent us some maps and gave good advice about local walks. She was helpful and available if needed, sometimes leaving courgettes and plums; free or for a small cost, but was easygoing and not too 'in your face' :) Lots to do in the area. Bungay is the nearest little town with fuel and shops; we had a good walk around that area and found a hill (Bath Hill), of which there aren't many in the area! We went on trips to Horsey Windpump and a walk along the coast revealed a huge colony of seals basking in the sunshine on the beach... it was amazing. We went on a tour at Flint vinyard which was interesting and only a 10 minute drive away. We also went to Dunwich Heath and beach and other areas which were a little further afield. Thanks for a lovely week in the Suffolk/Norfolk countryside... we will be back.
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A relaxing break

This is a little gem of a sight , nicely spaced out with short cut grass and a pond which you can fish if you wish. Next to the pitches was a large field which our dog loved to run in. Lots of walks around the surrounding area in the next village which is a 15 minute walk is a village store for the essentials a a pub . We will definitely visit again and make use of buses into Norwich or Beccles. Louise was very friendly and made us very welcome.
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