Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by kcy, Nov 25, 2013.
we want to go to norfolk, on the coast, for a few days does anyone know a motorhome site open now
CC site at Cromer should be open. It is an easy walk into Cromer and has a clubhouse on site.
If you're CC Members check out the database on line.
This is worth a look http://www.oldhallhotelcaister.co.uk/html/motor_homes.html
we have just got back from a mini meet there with another forum, you are only parked on the carpark but first night is free and £5 per night thereafter, plus you get passes to the spa with free use of pool, Jacuzzi and showers etc
Seems to be quite a few open all year.
Pls tell us more about the mini meet. It sounds a great venue
Many thanks to you both, I am a Norfolk native and have put both to favourites.
well there were 7 vans, all of us are members of wild camping forum we could have had upto 10 vans but a couple had to pull out. Even though you are just on a carpark which can get quite busy at times It is really good value for money, but they do only have a few EHU points and a drain for emptying cassettes etc, and obviously a water point. I believe they are licensed via the Motor Caravanners Club but no need to be a member to use the site. as far as I know this was the first meet of it's kind here and have to say we had a very good time .
Thanks for the link, do you know if this is only an "off season" thing or all year please?
The Old Hall at Caister is part of the Brit Stops scheme, full details in the handbook. We spent a few nights there last year, very friendly and helpful people, their restaurant was very good.
I have a small car park in Great Yarmouth that will hold 6 mh, on Wellesley road, only 100 metre from the sea front ,
Leave a post if you want more details
All year round, been a few times now
A bit like this perhaps....
Ummmm, clicked the link and it showed a street but then went blank, reloaded but went blank again and I couldn't open any other tab, had to shut down and restart:Angry:, strange. Thanks anyway.
Sorry, junction of princes road and Wellesley road
depends when you are here but first weekend in december
there is a campsite here also
Campsite is only for tents, no vans or tin boxes.
huge thanks to everyone, we've booked at the 'Old Hall', rang them up it sounds great. Lots of dog walks.:thumb:
Seacroft cc site at Cromer is usually only open until 2nd January, they have Christmas & New Year celebrations so are fully booked over that period.