Rated 4 of 5

Rated 5 of 5

Peace and tranquility

Rated 5 of 5

Access to local places of interest

Rated 5 of 5

Beauty of surroundings and scenery

Rated 5 of 5

Ease of arrival/welcome

Tranquil excellent site

We spent 10 fabulous nights there a few weeks ago and it’s a lovely, peaceful, tranquil site, and well maintained with plenty of space between pitches. The site is in a fenced-in area as part of a larger field, with woods along one side, and fairly level we didn’t need levelling blocks. There is recycling facilities and the usual waste disposal facilities, which are discreetly tucked away at the far corner of the field. A tree is placed on one side of the field labelled ‘grey water me’ that thrives on even soapy water. The owners, Mark and Vicki are lovely, and provided a gorgeous personalised welcome bag with biscuits, bread, milk and lots of information. They have produced a pretty trifold leaflet with lots of useful information including on-site and off-site info, and useful numbers also. They are keen to develop the site and are open to suggestions as it is a fairly new site. They have a few ideas and include a comments card to identify what customers prefer and encourage their suggestions. I guess it’ll be so popular soon that we won’t get on it in time to come. Fresh eggs are available on request, with a donation to the air ambulance. There is barely any road noise and most of what you hear is birds and wildlife, and there are three entertaining ducks and hens. Deer can be spotted on the adjacent field occasionally. It’s ideally situated to visit many different places in the area. Norwich park-and-ride is about 20 to 25 minutes drive away and a great service for visiting the city. Cromer is 25 minutes away, and the nearest beach is Mundesley approx 20 mins. Caister and Great Yarmouth are approximately 40 minutes away. 2 National Trust properties are within half an hour drive. The food at the Goat Inn is definitely worth a visit. The New Forge on the A140 near Aylsham is a pub/restaurant that serves Thai and English food, and we enjoyed some really good Thai food there. The Crab Pot cafe in Cromer do some fantastic crab sandwiches. Overall it’s an absolutely lovely site, and just the tonic we needed for a restful week. It’s a pleasure to just sit outside and enjoy the views and nature. Thanks Mark and Vicki, we will definitely return.

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