Incleboro Fields Caravan Club Site (REF : IBF)

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.

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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Unusual site

what an unusual site, surrounding a golf course, very large, hilly site which has several small secluded areas amongst the trees, and a larger grass expanse towards the back, 4 amenities blocks which are all the usual club standard, clean but dated. The reception is situated at front of site so long walk adjacent to golf course from back/top of site, likewise no dog walk area until you get to the road through golf course, a small lane with dog bin to your left, most dogs going for their first morning constitutional wouldnt make it that far, likewise the off lead field is outside of the site and down a shared byway, so a good way from back of site. the good news is the local beach has partial dog access all year round. If you like the sun the large open area seems to be the best option, grass only, all the h/s seemed to be in among the trees. The site road is well over a mile long, undulating as its winds its way around the golfcourse, the kids used it as their racetrack, the playground being the finishing line as they came careering down the hill over the speedbumps. We were touring and stay 3 nights at a time, this happened to be the weekend, I would assume quieter during the week. The location of this site is brilliant being almost equidistant between Sheringham and Cromer, we walked to both via the coastpath and then back home along the beach so the dogs could have a good run, if you count getting to the towns and walking their full promenade and back, it was about 7 miles for Sheringham, and around 9 miles for Cromer. West Runton where the site is based is only a 5 minute walk, pub, small post office/basics shop and a large camping shop. Even though I dont like big sites I would use this one again for a midweek break when the kids would be in school as its location is fab, but for us its a 6 hour trip so unlikely, but if ever come this way again I would definitely stay here as its a perfect motorhome site where you dont need a car to get around
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Fabulous, clean, tidy site

We stayed for a week at the beginning of July. The site is probably the largest CAMH site we’ve ever stayed on however the standards were the same. On arrival the staff were friendly and informative. The site has 4 toilet blocks that were all spotlessly clean as were the rest of the amenities. We made visits to nearby Cromer and sheringham - both journeys made on the train which is a 5 minute walk from the site - the journeys cost £3 each return and took less than 5 minutes - dogs are free. We ate and drank at the golf sports bar at the entrance to the site - all staff friendly and food adequate for what we paid. In the village of west Runton there are a couple of pubs , fantastic tearoom, small shop and also a well stocked caravan accessory shop. There are plenty of areas for dog walking and found the beaches very dog friendly just small areas at the main promenades where dogs weren’t allowed. We also visited Sutton Staithe boatyard were we hired a boat on the broads - £70 for four hours - brilliant day - dogs also allowed. The town of wroxham was a lovely day out. All in all a fab site and we will definitely return.
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A great site for exploring the coast

This may sound a negative review but this is a great site and we would definitely come back but feel it's important to give the site an honest review. We arrived at the site quite late (about 5.30pm) and there were very few pitches left. The site is on a series of terraces almost and the pitch we eventually found (they were quite tricky to see where the pitch markers were) was on a steep slope. We just about managed to get the caravan level. However the awning did not go up particularly well as we could not fix it to the ground well in some places. The site was immaculate. Clearly those working there take great pride in the site which should be applauded. The facilities were exceptionally clean and each section had a toilet/shower block within a short walk. The play area for the children was a godsend too. Some people were playing music in the evening (not really loud but enough for us to hear them.) There was also a band on at the social club in the village which could be heard until about 11pm. Just a warning to anyone who wants complete quiet! We visited Splash swimming pool which is nearby and great for the children and Sheringham which had its annual Potty Festival on at the time. More morris dancers than you can shake a stick at. Overall a fantastic site and in a great location.
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A big site but not noisy

The website states that TV reception is poor so bring a cable to connect to the bollard but this is wrong. TV reception is ok and there are no TV connections on the bollards. The site staff are aware and have tried but the website remains unchanged. This is a big site but there's plenty of space however, some of the pitched are WAY out of level so bring plenty of levelling blocks etc. The site staff are very good and the facilities are spotless. Overall this is a good site and we'd stay again.

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A small Large site

Our first visit to Incleboro Fields, was brought about because we fancied a few days away and it was far enough east to avoid the worst of the thunderstorms. The site, although large, is distributed in a number of separate glades / levels within the trees, around a golf course, which has to be crossed on entry and exit. Pay good attention, not all those playing are particularly good shots. The site has four toilet blocks spread throughout the bays and seems to have a good ratio of facilities. Both the site and the blocks are kept in an immaculate condition by the very hard working warden team. Apart from a few service pitches, all are on well drained grass and do require some levelling, to a greater or lesser extent. We have recently switched to a Motorhome, which we do find a bit more limiting when it comes to pitch selection. However, managed to find one where we were happy with the level. Unfortunately if only a few pitches were left to choose from when you arrive, it could mean taking one that it would not be possible to level. A bus service is available either way along the coast from West Runton, about half a mile away. We caught one into Cromer (every half hour) and then walked back to the site via an inland footpath route. The coastal path towards Cromer isn't very good as it diverts inland around caravan sites. However, in the other direction there is a pleasant walk into Sheringham over Beeston bump. At 63 metres above sea level it a relative mountain in these parts. If you just fancy a short walk from the site, the adjacent Incleborough Hill at 79 metres provides great views. Don't believe the TV socket on EHU mentioned on the website, this is a mistake. There aren't any. Although reception on the whip aerial in our van was good most of the time. On our pitch in the Fair Lady area, we had a phone signal on both EE and O2 but only variable 3/4G on O2. The site WiFi generally worked well, with only one occasion when it seemed to be overwhelmed. We will certainly return. Hopefully by then the heavy Motorhome waste drains will has been replaced by the drive over grids.
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