Incleboro Fields Caravan Club Site

Station Close, West Runton, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9QG

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  • Beach stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Incleboro Fields Club Site nestles snugly in a handsome hillside area of 21 acres, terraced to offer some spectacular views of the sea. There are also some inland facing woodland pitches should you prefer a little green and quiet tranquillity. The caravan park is a splendid place for a holiday, ideal for dog walkers and beach lovers, with plenty of woodland and coastal landscapes to explore. In summer the blooming wild flowers never fail to impress visitors. 

West Runton village is conveniently close to Incleboro Fields Club Site and has a highly recommended restaurant, a tea room, lively social club and hotel. The nearby railway station is ideal for trips to Norwich and Sheringham should you wish to travel further afield from the caravan site itself. The site is also within easy reach of Cromer. There are lots of local pubs and places to eat at affordable prices.

You are only 1 mile from the sea, and the Links Hotel, that you pass on the way in has a nine hole golf course with exclusive offers for Club Members staying on the site, so remember to bring your clubs. While on the coast, don't miss the opportunity to take a boat trip from Blakeney Point, to view seals and birdlife on the islands and sand bars. As well as the fine sandy beaches, there are enough attractions in the area for a great family holiday.

Local events include the Sherringham 1940's Weekend, not to be missed. The whole town get involved in this fabulous celebration of all things 1940's; shops and local businesses are dressed, jitterbug dancers perform, everyone wears traditional 1940's costume and there's even the opportunity to sample war rations. The caravan site and the staff there are also dressed to suit, and there are competitions on site, it's a great fun event for all. The North Norfolk Railway offers a great day out, travelling on vintage diesel and steam trains that run daily. There are also steam galas, dining days on the train, children's events, behind the scenes tours and plenty more.

Things to do on site ...

  • Golf
  • Play area
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Gaz
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: fair
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Bronze

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Walking notes:

The Norfolk Coast Path from Hunstanton to Sea Palling leads through the dramatic landscape of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Experience seaside towns and villages, tidal marshes teeming with wildlife, wide sandy beaches, pine woodlands and huge skies. Local walking maps are on sale in Reception.

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

Supermarket notes:

The closest is Spar in West Runton, about 1 mile from the site. The Co-op and Morrisons are in Cromer, 2 miles away.

The Regal Cinema (Tel: 01263 513311) and Pier Theatre are in Cromer, and The Little Theatre is in Sheringham.

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Directions

Turn left off the A148 (King's Lynn - Cromer) about 5 miles past Holt onto the A1082 (signposted Sheringham). In Sheringham turn right onto the A149 (signposted Cromer). Turn right in West Runton (opposite Village Inn) at the signpost to the Shirehorse Centre. Within 0.25 miles (immediately past railway bridge) turn left at 30mph sign into Station Close (narrow lane). The site entrance is in 0.25 miles. Please drive with extreme caution along the approach road from Links Hotel to the site entrance. The 5mph speed limit must be observed. Do not approach from the A148 via minor road signposted West Runton as the road is too narrow for outfits.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
NR27 9QG
GPS:
Lat 52.93395 / Lon 1.25247
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OS field ref:
TG185424
OS map ref:
133
Handbook map ref:
M7

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Sheringham and Cromer
  • Car hire on site
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest park and ride: Norwich
  • Nearest train station: West Runton
  • Train station within 5 miles

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One word review? "Average". Two words "Old Fashioned".

The site itself is in a rare setting for the mostly flat East Anglia. It’s on a hill. It’s also shaped around a well used golf course, so walking from the far side of the site to the entrance is quite a trek, and involves a long curving walk. The site itself is in a rare setting for the mostly flat East Anglia. It’s on a hill. It’s also shaped around a well used golf course, so walking from the far side of the site to the entrance is quite a trek, and involves a long curving walk. There are also large signs at intervals around the course, warning that the land is private and any incursion onto the hallowed turf would be trespass. Beware! The Incleboro layout is decidedly “old fashioned’ and all but the service pitches are merely marked by the usual simple peg. Some pitches are tiny and some are huge. It’s all a bit random. The grass pitches themselves are mainly contained within small cul-de-sacs. All very nice and cosy except.... don’t be tempted to investigate whether there are any spaces available by driving in. You may find them full. Turning around and exiting would be a challenge for any large outfit. Walking around the site to find a suitable pitch is the other option, especially if you enjoy a good hike. Remember that the site is far from level and you will get a good work out The map provided isn’t much use either. In common with many of the new maps that have been published for C&MC sites, the map defies the usual cartographic convention by not putting north at the top. The Incleboro Fields map has north positioned somewhere down in the right hand corner. What does make the chart almost useless is that none of the numbered pitches are actually marked on it. This may well have been “the way it’s always been done,” but we are now in the 21st century and a simple chart with pitch markings shouldn’t be too hard. Why is this important? The wardens cannot direct to you which pitches are vacant because they are not marked. The best that can be achieved is that “there may be a pitch” in a certain cul-de-sac. This isn’t particularly helpful. One final observation. The wardens here seem to be inspired by the green keepers next door and spend a lot of time cutting any visible grass to within a millimetre of its roots. Leave your pitch and they’ll be strait on it with a mower. All this is unnecessary, and environmentally unfriendly both in fuel and in terms of the wild insect life. It’s against the C&MCs policy which requires all grass to be left to grow to a standard length of 2.5 inches (about 63mm). So why do wardens persist in manicuring grass? And that’s the problem. Incleboro appears to have been run in the same old fashioned manner for many years. Reliance on “thats way we’ve always done it” is short sighted and inevitably, unsustainable. To sum up, if I had to pick one word to describe the Incleboro Fields site it would be....... Average. If I were allowed two, they would be “Old Fashioned”..
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LOVELY SITE

Just got back home from this lovely site. When we arrived on site at 2 pm we did find it difficult to find a pitch but eventual found a spot. It was fully booked but I felt a bit cramped in. The washing facilities were very clean. No t.v aerial point which was disappointing since we only had a satellite aerial but couldn't receive any tv reception due to tall trees. Site is in a lovely location, plenty places to walk.
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Just left this great site after a fantastic few days. Yes, it’s big, but the first half doesn’t give that impression, the second half over the hill may do, depends what you want, We parked at the top of the first half and there’s a public footpath up there which was wonderful for access to the surrounding areas leading into the local village and then onto the beaches (Cromer and Sheringham definitely both worth the walk) ... loved it, Thankyou wardens and c&mhc x
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This is an excellent site with friendly and helpful staff. very well located between Cromer and Sheringham which are great beaches for swimming and also the beach at West Runton also very good cliff walks. The site was very well managed by the staff regarding cleaning and restrictions due to covid 19. Would highly recommend and will be back again in a couple of weeks
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What a wonderful site. Fabulous wardens - couldn’t be more helpful. There are some great views from the pitch if you are lucky to get one of the pitches with a view. Great location. Walk to East Runton is nicer than the walk to West Runton. From East Runton it is a short walk along the beach to Cromer. The crab from the small stall just as you arrive in the town was excellent. You can then walk all the way back to West Runton ( subject to tides) and to the site. Golf course next door never looked very busy. Excellent fish and chips at East Runton (shuts at 7.30) where you can go and eat by the sea wall or in the car park overlooking the bay - be aware there is a height barrier to this car park. Holt country park is superb, for £2 you can stay all day and if you explore beyond the confines of the park the footpaths go for miles. Holkham Beach is ok, but campervans and motorhomes Cannot park in the beach car park - you have to park up by the house and walk back - have no idea why they have brought in that rule. Slightly further out is Burnham Overy Staithe where you can park on the small riverside beach and watch the world go by AOTA walk to the sea with wonderful sand - quite a trek for little ones though. Ice cream van visits the site every day around 4 and travels all round the site. If you want a holiday by the sea, with some attractions for children but also a rat for adults, then this is hard to beat. We will definitely be returning.

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Telephone:
01263 837419

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This Club campsite is now open and is following social distancing and safety requirements as set out by the UK government. Face coverings are now mandatory when visiting the reception area on site. Our priority is first and foremost the health and safety of our staff, our members, our guests and the local communities.

Only pay 5% VAT. A 12.5% reduction on all published prices will be applied to your booking when you arrive and pay for your stay on site.