Spent five nights here July/August in our caravan.
The site is on a farm on a long A-road, so a keen eye needs to be kept so as not to overshoot. Once found, a short drive past the owners' house leads straight to the large CL site where the hut containing shower and loo is plainly visible. Proximity to the road means there is some road noise, but trees and foliage mean this was never too intrusive for us.
The owners are very hospitable and obviously take pride in their site. It's obvious that several campers are regulars. All the pitches are level and bark-covered, while the grass field is well-kept and well-drained. Once the fees were settled and a quick tour was given (with a reminder to use eco-friendly loo fluids), we were left to choose our pitch and settle in. While the site is delineated by trees and bushes, from our pitch the countryside was also visible - a great view to wake up to.
For a CL the facilities are good. The toilet building is clean and tiled throughout, each pitch appeared to have its own water tap very close by, along with EHU. SInce we were asked to empty grey water into the hedgerow and trees, we and others ran our hoses into the shrubs. I was struck that, were the taps (push to operate then keep pushing to fill aquaroll) were changed to standard, it would have created a serviced pitch.
The site is well placed for tourism, in easy reach of Cromer, Sheringham, Norwich and the Broads beyond. Of our three hikes, I was able to route two excellent walks from the site without needing to drive, which was brilliant (though a short stretch of the busy main road needs to be negotiated).
In conclusion, this is a fine site with lovely hosts, and we would happily return.