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Peace and tranquility

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Access to local places of interest

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Beauty of surroundings and scenery

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Great place to stay

Take the turning signposted Little Snoring Airfield from the main road as it is the easy approach to the site. On arrival at the site we went through the wide main entrance stopping at the main house and Steve told us to park wherever we wanted and left us to settle in. Steve and Lynne are great and made us feel really at home. While always ready to chat they were not intrusive and gave us some great advice where to visit and places suitable for our Golden Retriever. Before we left Steve came over to say goodbye and check we had had a great time, just a little something that made our stay. (Thank you) If you want total peace and tranquillity and an adults only site then this is a great place. While there we regularly saw a barn owl in the evenings and several other notable birds. It proved to be a great base for exploring all over the northern sector of Norfolk without having to go too far. Little Snoring Airfield, now privately owned used to be an RAF base during the war and there is now a memorial at one end of airfield on the road as a commemoration. Not obtrusive at all and in fact gave us something else to look at over a relaxing breakfast at the weekend mainly. Thursford Collection is a must especially if you can remember steam rollers, fairground music and of course the Galloping Horse Ride which is a must! We came away having had a marvellous break feeling relaxed and certainly would come back with no hesitation. Dog bins are numerous in the village so it was easy when we were out walking with the dog and really not necessary on site. Walk up towards the main road (passing a poo bin) and take the 1st right to the playing field, keep to the bottom edge and go through 2 farm fields and you come out in a very nice estate, follow the road to the right and it takes you passed the school and back to the site. Several other variations can be found and there are often villagers out walking there dogs who will tell you where else to go.
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