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Seacroft Caravan Club Site

Runton Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9NH

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Due to the current government advice surrounding the coronavirus outbreak, the Bar and Bistro will be closed until further notice. We are pleased to offer a limited Take Away service – for more information, please contact the site team.  We thank you in advance for your support and patience.

Refurbished to a high standard with 111 pitches and in a great location, Seacroft Club Site is a top class holiday getaway for the family. The caravan park has the added bonus of a leisure complex which includes a bar, restaurant, games room and outdoor heated swimming pool. The swimming pool will open from Friday 22nd May 2020. During peak season, visitors can enjoy a lively programme of varied entertainment and special events. The beautiful surrounding area offers plenty of activities for all ages, including a charming golf course plus sea and freshwater fishing.

The coastal reserves located within a short distance from the Seacroft Club Site offer a great opportunity for nature lovers, from long leisurely walks to bird watching. The site is also within easy reach of Sheringham and Wells-on-sea. The caravan park has a bus stop just outside its entrance to facilitate an easy journey to the many attractions in the area, and well within walking distance you will find the lovely sandy beaches in Cromer. The site is close to the Tank Museum and steam train up the valley. There is a common a few hundred yards away, ideal for dog walking. All in all, this is a great location for an unforgettable family holiday.

Things to do on site ...

  • Entertainment complex
  • Paddling pool
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Dog walk on site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Silver

Prices

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Walking notes:

Local walking maps are on sale in Reception.

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

Supermarket notes:

The closest is Spar in East Runton, less than 5 minutes walk away. There is a Morrisons in Cromer, 10-15 minutes walk away, with access for motorhomes.

Great savings on days out

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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). Continue straight for about 3 miles through East Runton. The Site is on the right in 0.25 mile. From Cromer: take the A149 road signposted Sheringham. The Site is in approximately 1 mile on the left.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
NR27 9NH
GPS:
Lat 52.933575 / Lon 1.278585
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OS field ref:
TG203424
OS map ref:
133
Handbook map ref:
M7

Transport links

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

Activities

ENTERTAINMENT AT SEACROFT

Enjoy the great line up of entertainers throughout the summer months.

SWIMMING POOL

The swimming pool is scheduled to open from 24 May – end of September. This could change depending on the weather at the time.

A lifeguard will be on duty when the pool is in operation. The pool will normally be open from 10:00 - 18:00. Please check with the wardens on site for exact opening times when you arrive on site. It may be necessary to run timed session at busy periods.

Children aged 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

BAR

The bar is open from 17 March –  2 January.

On Christmas Day and New Years Eve, the complex is restricted to ticket holders only.

RESTAURANT

The restaurant is open from  20 March – 2 January.

On Christmas Day and New Years Eve, the complex is restricted to ticket holders only.

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Lovely site

We spent a week at this lovely site – even after visiting a few times we still enjoy our visits, Wardens Alan and Karen and Sara and Simon are perfect hosts and always working hard to ensure that all campers had a pleasant stay and were happy to chat and help when needed. They keep the site maintained to a very high standard and the facilities are always clean. Our visit coincided with the fast pace of the coronavirus pandemic and sadly we had to leave before the end of our planned stay as the all the caravan club sites were closed at short notice. Karen, Alan, Sara and Simon worked tirelessly to make sure the facilities, door handles, taps etc were cleaned and wiped regularly throughout the day. The Wanderer restaurant was closed due to the coronavirus restrictions but a limited take away was available at the weekends – credit to the staff for their efforts. Nice walk into Cromer – always keeping ourselves at a ‘socially acceptable distance’ we enjoyed a windy walk along the beach and pier and a visit to Sheringham. During these strange unknown times its strange not to visit the local cafes and restaurants. Finally, I can’t stress enough our thanks to Wardens Alan and Karen and Sara and Simon who worked so hard with the coronavirus situation changing what seemed like every hour and they always had a smile and just got on with things. Thanks to you all – keep well, keep safe and hopefully see you very soon.
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NYE a night to remember

My wife, myself and some friends have just returned from The Seacroft site where we celebrated New Year’s Eve. The site was as one would expect a club site to be - very clean and well maintained. We attended the New Year’s Eve party, in The Wanderer Complex, and were very very impressed by the quality and quantity of food available on the buffet, in fact we have paid considerably more and got far less at local hotels in the past. The evening was slightly marred by a power failure in the local area but the wardens, the assistant wardens and all of the staff acted very professionally and kept us all informed as to what was going on and when we might expect normal service to resume. During the power outage there was good banter between all in attendance and all of the staff worked very hard to ensure that everyone had a drink and were enjoying themselves. The buffet was brought forward, a credit to the catering staff and with torches and candles everyone tucked in. The evening turned out to be a fantastic night with the staff joining in at midnight to bring in the new year. When we tried to book for this year we were told that there was already a waiting list - so here’s hoping for some cancellations. One of our friends was celebrating their birthday, a couple of days early, and again the wardens and staff went out of their way to ensure that she celebrated in style. A fun quiz was held on the 2nd January hosted by the Warden which included questions which gave rise to relevant information promoting the club and its facilities, is there no limit to her talents? Once again please pass our thanks and appreciation on to all of the staff involved in making this a night to remember. With greatful thanks, we will be back.
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November at Cromer!

We have visited this site a few times - this time we had the added excitement of strong winds - always a plus to see the waves if you are strong enough to stand up!! The weather had been exceptionally wet the previous week or so but the site was well drained and the Wanderer which has restricted opening out of season was opened for a very generous evening meal. Cromer is an easy walk away whatever the weather and nice to potter around for a while, We drove south along the coast road one day just to revive memories and discovered the Swan at Ingham near Happisburgh for lunch!!! A refurbished "village pub" done to a beautiful standard after a disastrous fire - lovely food, friendly staff - couldn't fault it - slightly pricey but so worth it. We visited various beach and coast areas and found the erosion quite worrying considering we had only missed a year or so. Bird life abounds and out of season the little by roads are a pleasure - enjoy your stay in North Norfolk but keep it a secret, selfishly we don't want ot to get too busy out of season!
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Seacroft

We enjoyed a second stay at Seacroft, this time round we noticed the bar and restaurant had improved, the menu was better and so was the seating so our meal seemed better too! We were only there for a few nights but booked a serviced pitch which proved to be worth the extra money and we had a sea view too. We had time to take the coastal bus to Cley Nature Reserve where there is a good visitor centre and cafe, it was a bit chilly out on the marshes but we saw a variety of wild fowl. On another day we walked into Cromer and took the train to Norwich, good value train tickets and nice modern trains. Norwich has some beautiful buildings including the cathedral where we spent most of our time, a lot of walking involved, the signage is confusing if you don't know the area and roadworks get in the way! Our final night was spent on Cromer Pier, seeing the first night of the Christmas Show, a lovely old theatre, decked out in festive lights, a nice end to our visit.
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