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The campsite itself is spacious and attractive, offering a handful of luxury tents complete with comfortable furnishings and mod cons for a cosy camping break. In addition to your own indulgent retreat, the site offers a great family environment with a parent and baby room, a children's play area, showers and toilets, a washing-up area and laundry amenities.

The ultimate in glamping – Ready Camp tents offer a great balance between contemporary and outdoor living. With stylish features, full beds, sofa and dining facilities, you will find all that you need whether you choose to stay with us for a short break or longer holiday. There is plenty of storage in the living area and bedroom, giving you space to enjoy your stay – and a fully stocked crockery cupboard with all you will need to produce some lovely meals in your tent. The pretty decked terrace is perfectly lit for night time relaxation too. Just bring your bedding and essentials to get your holiday started! (Please note that pets are NOT permitted in our Ready Camp tents)

Here on the Norfolk Coast, you're within easy reach of the county's many wonderful beaches. Sheringham is just 3 miles away and offers a lovely sandy beach at low tide, complete with fascinating rock pools. You can pick up nets and beach paraphernalia in Sheringham town - a traditional seaside resort with cafes, amusement arcades and steam train rides. Cromer is another seaside gem, a large coastal town acclaimed for its wide open beaches, traditional pier and amusements. There's also a good choice of independent shops and high street stores, not to mention cafes, bars and restaurants. For a different view of the coast, scale the heights of Beacon Hill - a local summit just a short walk south of the campsite and the highest point in Norfolk. The views over the countryside and coastlines are breathtaking.

Walk to nearby Sheringham and ride a steam train along the famous North Norfolk Railway (NNR), also known as the 'Poppy Line'. This superb heritage steam railway experience runs along the coast before cutting inland to Holt, a 10.5 mile round trip offering superb views of Norfolk's rolling countryside, wooded hills, and the well-preserved Weybourne station.

The low-lying county of Norfolk is also famous as a nature lover's paradise, and has become synonymous for its celebrated Norfolk Broads. The main visitor centre is a 45-minute drive from West Runton, and serves as a starting point for a seemingly endless treasure trove of unspoilt coastline, nature reserves, waterways and spectacular wildlife.

Hillside Shire Horse Sanctuary at West Runton is a popular day out for families. It's home to such gentle giants as Shire Horses and Clydesdales, in addition to many other friendly farm animals including pigs, goats and donkeys.

West Runton Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Holgate Lane, West Runton, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9NW