The Flint House

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what a view.

what you get is an amazing view and a lovely owner. Don't be expecting some fancy CL, its basic, grit driveway with a small area of grass. There is a toilet and thats all the amenities but you couldn't wish for a better view, watching the sea roll in was a pure joy.
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The perfect retreat

We have just spent three nights here. As others have said it really is a little gem and so is the owner and John . I don't think we have ever been made so welcome; including being allowed to wash our camper down as we did get it quite dirty driving round the country lanes in the rain ! The weather was quite rough when we arrived and the tide was up so quite spectacular to watch. We even saw a seal 'bob' by soon after we arrived. Looking forward to going back next year for a few days.
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Right on the cliff.

Brilliant experience. Initially you'r bewitched by the view, but you will be bewitched by the truly lovely owner. The sea at high tide is close. Great for walks along the sea wall and beach. Fish and chips nearby and pub.

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Lovely Retreat

Had a lovely week at this little CL. A lovely couple, friendly welcome and very helpful, but unintrusive. Lovely position right next to the sea. Easily accessible electric hook up, fresh water, toilet emptying and clean toilet with lots of tourist information available. Shop, cafe, fish  and chips and dog friendly pub a few minutes walk away. The access road was very bumpy, but otherwise, a lovely location.
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Strange and beautiful

What a strange little site. As said, some ones back yard. The owner is a lovely lady, very chatty and helpful. A little bit tatty around the edges, not a huge amount of room but enough, access road and sign could be better but all that pales into insignificance when you consider the location. Absolutely wonderful. There was quite a high tide when we were there, something to do with the moon the owner told us. We were mesmerised watching the tide come in and quite shocked by how high it did come. Would definitely stay there again.
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Fantastic sea views! A gem!

We've just had two nights at Flint House and can't wait to return! We received a friendly and informative welcome. It's small and basic, but has all that you require- including a tv point if you require it. A lovely extra. Mind you, we barely used our tv, the sea views were wonderful and the site is right on the Norfolk Coast Path. We had a great walk up to Happisburgh along the cliff path (about 40 mins walk) to see the picture perfect lighthouse.  The beaches here are dog friendly although one is closed for dogs from May to Sept.  There are loads of cycle rides and you could easily have a week or so here without getting bored.  Try and sea the sunrise if it's clear, it's stunning.  We absolutely loved this site and can't wait to come back. £13 a night- a bargain! 
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Perfect little CL

What more could you possibly want - this little CL (it is small, but plenty big enough for 3 motorhomes).  There's hardstanding, electric hook-ups, a fresh water supply, somewhere to empty your loo. and a clean and pleasant toilet.  Add an extremely friendly and helpful welcome, panoramic sea views, together with direct access to a lovely beach.  There's also a mini-supermarket/post office and a good fish & chip shop (Kingfishers) within 10 mins walk, and a good pub (the Poachers Pocket) about 15/20 mins walk. Our only negative was the (VERY) bumpy access road, but it's only short so drive slowly and you'll be fine.  Don't tell anyone - it'll get too busy!!

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A good place to stay for a couple of nights.

As said before, this is the owners back yard/car park. It's ideally situated though for peace and quiet next to the sea. The coastal path runs directly in front of the site and it's a quick and easy walk along it to the small shopping area of the village. There's a general store and post office, a chip shop/ cafe and further along the coastal path there is a decent pub that serves good food. We enjoyed our 3 nights stay there earlier in the year. 
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a tight squeeze

as said earlier this site is someones backyard/carpark. The setting a few yards from the sea is great. Toilet is ok . site is very tight owner has caravans on site there is not enough room vans are too close together
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Learning the game!

Lovely location geographically and superb views from our pitch. This is only our second trip in a camper and we are certainly learning the ropes. A little surprised to find the 'site' was basically only a car park behind the owner's house. To call it a 'site' is pushing it a bit! Despite the owner being extremely pleasant and helpful we were disappointed to be squeezed in to a very tight area a few meters from a caravan (I thought it stated no caravans on this site). This was too close for us. The toilet was basic and had a faulty tap. On the positive side, to be able to wake up to beautiful sunshine with our location being metres from the water's edge was idyllic. The shop was a short stroll along the beach and the beach itself was stunning. Although we loved the coastline and the surrounding environment we would not return to this site purely based on its small size and cramped pitches. Nothing against the owner who was a delightful host.
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