We stayed at Manor farm for a late June weekend. I have to say Mrs Coe was very pleasant and was accommodating for our wish to stay on for an early lunch before moving on allowing us to make more use of the weekend. The gate for entry to the site is tight coming directly off the drive as I found when I arrived, but the gate opens out close to a very large yard and is extremely comfortable to loop round and drive straight in or out off, and it becomes child's play - again the owner was happy we undertake such a manoeuvre.. On entering the site there is a very large nicely mown field, with more than enough space to set up. The rest is pretty much what you would expect from a CL. We followed the route in the book from Kings Lynn to get there and over rid the Satnav, however on further exploration we found that the suggested Satnav route (Lynn Road and turning right in the village next to the clock tower) to the site was much better than the suggested one. We were also woken up earlier Friday morning by farm machinery. As for the area, we love the mountains, so Norfolk isn't a natural choice, but it was good to see something different. Walking may not be great, but big shies and interesting strung out villages, that feel lost in time sort of make up for it. That being said we are looking for a number of weekend options and like to change where we go. I certainly will look to head back. It is easy to criticise, but we need as many CL's as possible, working farms are exactly that and they offer us an essential break from the norm. Additionally at £10 per night you get excellent value.