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  1. kcy

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    we want to go to norfolk, on the coast, for a few days does anyone know a motorhome site open now:Smile:
     
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    CC site at Cromer should be open. It is an easy walk into Cromer and has a clubhouse on site.
     
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    If you're CC Members check out the database on line.
     
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    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
     
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    Pls tell us more about the mini meet. It sounds a great venue
     
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    Many thanks to you both, I am a Norfolk native and have put both to favourites.
    Cal
     
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    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 .
     
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    Thanks for the link, do you know if this is only an "off season" thing or all year please?
    Cal
     
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    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.

    Brisey.
     
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    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

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    All year round, been a few times now
     
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    Yes please.
     
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    Sorry, junction of princes road and Wellesley road
     
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    depends when you are here but first weekend in december

    http://www.deepdalefarm.co.uk/christmasmarket/index.asp

    there is a campsite here also

    regards glyn
     
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    huge thanks to everyone, we've booked at the 'Old Hall', rang them up it sounds great. Lots of dog walks.:thumb:
     
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    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.
     
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