Incleboro Fields Caravan Club Site

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

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Ideal for ...

  • 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
Plan a route to this site
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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Lovely site

We stayed 3 nights in May and really enjoyed this site. Our first pitch was on a slope and even though we had ramps in place we still leant to one side. We moved pitches the next day and found a lovely, quiet spot on one of the terraces and could just about see the sea. A short walk takes you into West Runton and onto the beach. The next day we walked to Cromer, had our picnic lunch on the beach, walked to the lighthouse and back to site. Another walk from site to Sheringham, over Beeston Bump (a hilly climb), looked round the lovely shops and then caught the bus to Blakeney Quay. Looked around this quaint village, had a crab sandwich for lunch, had a walk then caught the bus back to West Runton. Bus prices were reasonable. There is a nice walk around the site and the bluebells were out. Would definitely return to this site.
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P&Q in crazy times.

We stayed for only 2 nights at the May Day Bank Holiday and wished it could've been longer. Good friendly staff on arrival with all the information necessary and easy pitching, although ours was a little uneven but nothing that couldn't easily be sorted out with levelling ramps. The site was really quiet and peaceful but beware of the odd stray golf ball from the course that the site is based around. Maybe the club could construct some sort of unobtrusive barrier (high netting or similar) to help reduce the possibility of damage to outfits/cars? Good walks into Cromer via several footpaths, however the "coastal path", which we were looking for is basically along the A149 which is quite a busy road and not along the clifftops as you might expect - mainly due to coastal erosion. We are planning to go back for a longer Bank Holiday stay in 2022- Boris & Covid permitting.
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Ok but lack of improvement in the site.

We have been coming to the site on and off for a number of years but the club doesn't want to move with the times here. There is a lack of serviced pitches and hard standing. The placement of pegs due to trying to rest the grass makes pitching a nightmare. Not a great start to the stay. Taking a bit of time and investment could improve the setting and stop the destruction of the grass in wet weather. Abbs field no longer allows awning because of drainage. We have seen outfits towed out by the tractor destroying the grass. Please invest and create more level areas. We understand the setting is lovely but please consider updating. This is one of the largest sites and seems to have had no investment. Also onsite with only 2 blocks open with about 2/3rds full and no reduction seems a bit wrong. Wardens friendly and block covid secure.
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Wonderful relaxing break in great surroundings

This was our second visit to Incleboro Fields and it reminded us how lovely the site and surrounding area are. We stayed on one of the terraces and we were lucky enough have a little bit of a sea view. The downside to this was the uphill walk with the water but it did provide good fitness training! The site overall is surrounded by gorse, trees and the golf course. There are lots of slopes and so levelling ramps are definitely needed - you may even need blocks for some pitches. The sloping nature of the site does provide great views though and there are lots of paths to explore directly from and even through the site. I felt very safe as a woman walking on my own - there were lots of other walkers around and plenty of options to choose from without going too far. The weather wasn't especially great - sunny with a bit of rain and cold winds - so typical for May in the UK! Our terrace offered plenty of shelter from the wind so it was great to sit out on our pitch without getting too cold. We didn't use the facilities due to COVID but overall the site was well maintained and wardens very friendly. We had a lovely relaxing break and will definitely be back!
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Stayed here for a few days recently. Helpful friendly wardens. We were allocated a pitch due to the delightful wet weather. This was a great advantage as the pitch suggested to us was suitable for our motorhome - no getting stuck in mud and/or damaging pitch for others. Wash and toilet facilities were immaculate during our stay and covid safe too so happy days. The site is quite undulating but it seems alot of the pitches are terraced so most are level and well drained. Strangely there is a big golf course in the middle of the site and there are warnings about loose (golf) balls along the approach road and in various places around the site. Sounded scary but during our stay we were not affected by any stray balls (!) but it is something to be aware of. Easy to cycle to Cromer from the site or walk, about 2.5 miles. Town is not huge but alot of interesting shops and cafes even during covid restrictions we felt happy to visit. Only not so great point for us was the approach road is pot holed - no problem if like us you keep your speed down to 5 - 10 mph, and narrow - 1 lane with passing places. However, quiet location feeling like remote camping mixed with the easy access to the local town and usual caravan club luxuries (great showers & loos, great electric hookups, decent tv reception etc etc) makes it a winner for us. We did suffer poor mobile phone and data connection. No problem to us and to be fair, travel to Cromer and signal is great plus there is a public telephone on site if required.
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Telephone:
01263 837419

Site information

This campsite is now open. Based on the latest Government guidance issued 8 April, we are pleased to be able to open toilets and shared washing and cleaning facilities (excluding showers) operated in line with Government guidelines.

Remember, you only pay 5% VAT until 30 September 2021, then 12.5% VAT from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022 on Club campsite prices! All you need to do is book your holiday as normal, and the discount will be applied to the appropriate rate when you pay on site.