Bramble Park

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A great value CL

We spent 2 nights in our motorhome on the hardstanding on the driveway. Although the pitch didn't look sloping we did use levelling blocks, which was not a problem. We rang the bell on arrival and Clive was very helpful and friendly. Despite having been very wet all the previous week, the field with the grass pitches was quite firm and despite torrential rain on Friday, did not get waterlogged. The toilet and shower were always spotless and I think £1 for a shower is perfectly acceptable when you look at the price of the pitch. The information hut had plenty of books and information and the map showing the footpaths and dog walks was very useful. Felbrigg Hall is an easy 20 minute walk through the lanes or about 30 minutes along the the main road. All in all, a lovely quiet site.
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Pleasant enough CL but nothing outstanding. Can walk into Cromer but dangerous road, parts can be avoided going cross country but a guide in the information room wouldn’t go amiss. Pitches ok but corner pitch has no grass due to shade and no doubt could be muddy. Access for water fill up for Motorhomes poor, if car park empty can refill but doesn’t appear to have any parking restrictions for the static caravan users so often blocked off. £1 for a shower! Although very clean surely should be in the price. No serious complaints but just ok.
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Lovely site!

Stayed for 3 nights and for 2 we were the only unit there. Very quiet peaceful site. Toilet and shower very good and clean. Water, bins etc well organised and clean. A board outside the CL tells you your pitch, we were given the choice of where to pitch being the only occupiers. We rang the bell to pay the owners, it would have been nice for them to tell us where the facilities were. Road to site narrow but not busy. We would stay here again.

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Peaceful Site

Had a great week on this site in fact we had site to ourselves, toilet/shower was always spotless and clean along with the site, nice walk into Cromer through the woods, you need to try the cafe in North Lodge Park for the home made cakes mouth watering. Will be back
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Bramble Park, Cromer. Spring visit.

This is a lovely quiet CL which has 2 Hardstanding pitches alongside the drive into the property, adjacent to the toilet/shower room, as well as 5 grass ones in a sheltered paddock beyond. Access is through a wide gateway less than 1/2 ml down a lane leading from the B1436 just past the village of Fellbrigg. It is possible to walk to both Fellbrigg House (N/T) and into Cromer along quiet lanes and footpaths, and there is a small wood close by where one can walk ones dog. On arrival ones allocated pitch is indicated on a noticeboard , and one does have to ring the owners when going to pay, although we saw Mrs Richards each day when she popped in to ensure that the toilet is spick and span. As well as Fellbrigg other N/T properties close at hand and well worth a visit are Beeston Heath, and the Sherborne and Blickling Estates. All 4 properties have extensive parklands and woods which are perfect for who enjoy a good walk, especially those with dogs. There is both an Aldi and a Morrisons in Cromer, the latter also having a petrol station. The site is ideal for visiting the North Norfolk coast and we will certainly use it again, as there are lots of places that we've not yet visited.

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A haven of tranquility and calm

We found this site very easy to locate and it was lovely to see our name on the board and the pitch number we were to pitch up at. I rang the bell to pay our final amount and although the gentleman did not introduce himself he was very pleasant . All pitches have electric and our pitch was lovely which was made even better by the sun and the view from our campervan. Despite it being a CL site there was a bathroom with toilet sink and shower (£1 for shower 6mins, more than long enough for me) clean and tidy, with use it does get grass in but this is to be expected. When we came back from our trips out it was sparkling again. It was nice not having to use our van facilities all the time. There are some lovely bluebell woods nearby (approx. 1/3 mile) for walking the dogs, the road can be busy but not a major problem. We had a lovely walk through to Felbrigg Hall along some of the Weavers Way and public footpaths and a lovely time at Felbrigg and more walking. We retraced our steps and carried on to Cromer, then back to the site. Again if you like walking this is about 3/4 hr walk from the site along public footpaths depending on your walking pace. There is an information hut well supplied with things to do, dogs walks, books, magazines and dvd's The site is sloping and I can imagine it being bad in wet weather but our time there was lovely and would not hesitate in recommending it. If you like peace, quiet, the country side and nature (the pheasant who roams the site is lovely) then this is for you. Booking was easy over the phone and Barbara was very helpful. Oh they also have two static vans for hire too. Thank you for a lovely well kept site.

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Lovely Site

First I must warm you that our directions and our Sat nav both stated destination on the left when it is actually on the right, so we drove past the entrance which was a nightmare reversing on a narrow country road due to not enough room to turn around. When we got to site no-one greets You, just a notice board staying which pitch we was on. Also Don,t expect to see the owners apart from when you ring the bell to pay. We saw Clive the owner cutting the grass and I waved and he didn't even acknowledge us. Also it does not state that you have to pay £1 for shower, so we just used our own. It is a well kept site but would have been nice for owners to introduce themselves to visitors. Would I go again, no but not because the site isn't Lovely, because it is but because the country road outside the site has no path to walk on so we did not feel safe walking our dog on it.

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Could be a nice site

Visited in September 2015. Owners left a board telling people which pitch they were allocated. To ring the bell if they needed anything. The pitch was very muddy (as were all of them) There is a notice saying breathable groundsheets only, (obviously not enforced) In fact one of the owners ( a lady) did not know what a breathable groundsheet was, I had to describe it to her even though the site description says owned by club members. We bought our van forward a couple of feet to avoid the mud and also the overhanging trees, as other caravanners said that small branches and twigs were falling from the trees as it was very windy. A few days later the owner complained to us for not being further back on the pitch. It is a very good location only a mile from Cromer and the facilities were spotless. spoiled by invisible owners (we saw them twice in 2 weeks) and one of those was to pay, and also the muddy pitches.

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what a gem

Spent a week here in July. First time to the area and what a loverly clean site. Located in a suntrap with peace and quiet. good visitor information. Clean toilet facilities and recycling on site. the owners were very welcoming if we return to the area this is where we would like to stay again

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Lovely site

Highly recommended!  Peaceful and welcoming, what more could you ask for?  The toilet and shower are a welcome extra.  To the person who wanted paper towels in the toilet... They aren't even required to provide such luxury on a CL!  If you're that bothered about a towel, use your own.
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