We have just had a 3 night stay at this lovely, well kept site. Unfortunately we never got to meet the owner as she was away at the weekend - but that was absolutely fine. We were told her daughter would probably come round and collect the fees, but on the last evening we went to the house and paid ourselves. Our arrival was marked on the board - pitch 5 - totally serviced which was great - especially as we have a motorhome and emptying the grey waste can sometimes be a bit of a "nause". After we set up we went for a walk across the fields towards the church. It was only 2.5 miles - but was ideal as a start to our break. One of our neighbours also came round with a folder full of local walks and bike ride routes - the latter came in very useful on our last day. On the Friday we decided to cycle to Beccles - and then onwards to Southwold. We followed cycle route 30 so it was pretty easy cycling (the 30 can be accessed on the main route turning right out of the campsite). On our return we stopped in Beccles and had a walk round the town and down by the river. The following day we cycled up to Reedham Ferry - again on the 30 - and another well signposted ride. We caught the ferry, had a coffee in the pub, watched the boats for a while - and then cycled to Acle - via the smaller roads off the main road. In essence - we made it up as we went along - as we did on our return ride - veering off the 30 once off the ferry again - and cycled down towards Haddiscoe and eventually arriving back at the CL - covering 44.5 miles in total - and passing lots of pretty little villages and lovely little churches. For those who love cycling this CL is ideal as there are so many little rural lanes to cycle up and down. On the Saturday it was far too hot to eat in our awning, so we took advantage of the little picnic table adjacent to our pitch. We highly recommend this lovely, adults only, site.