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Any ideas for a site in little Hunstanton or wells next sea?Within walking distance to beach or local bus stop near please
 
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Mill Farm, Wells, (CAMC) has good views of the coast and is an easy walk into town. It’s years since we went and the toilets and showers were in a PortaCabin so not the best. Things may have changed

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Blue skies at Wells is supposed to be good, not been there though, Also Deepdale Camping at Burnham Deepdale is on the coast road between Hunstanton & Wells,it has good reviews on S4S.
 
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I'd second Deepdale, we've been twice & really like the place. Bus stop outside & coastliner service that goes Cromer to Kings Lynn. Theres a couple of pubs in the village, supermarket & cafe next door & a few other shops. We walked into the next village (towards Wells) along coastal path & had something to eat at the pub there & caught the bus back.

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Another vote for The Midden, it has it’s own halt on the Wells to Walsingham light railway but from memory I don’t think it allows dogs and from your avatar looks like you have a lovely spaniel
 
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Great Yarmouth, great beaches, long seafront, town pathetic, .
Nice Caravan and Motorhome Club site in middle of Great Yarmouth Horse Racecourse , cheap tickets from club office ,even if you don't like a bet , it's a interesting day when races are on , although biased Suffolk , Norfolk have some lovely places to visit , as for Broads, hire a boat at Oulton Broad, but , parking a Motorhome not sure , I would phone the council and inquire.
 
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