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"A rural campsite near the city of the Norfolk Broads."
A half-hour stroll from the centre of Norwich - the city of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads ,with the status of a National Park - our campsite is on the banks of a river. Anglers can access the river from site and there is a smallholding with chickens and geese right next door, adding to the rural feel.
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A surprisingly rural, riverside site given its convenient location to the city centre.
- Pat Garrett
Norwich Castle and its cathedral dominate the city and they are both worth a visit. There are more medieval churches here than in any other city in Western Europe.The Bridewell Museum tells how Norwich made its name producing shoes, textiles, chocolate and beer and has been refurbished for the 2012 season.Coleman's Mustard Shop and Museum is in the Royal Arcade and charts the history of another of Norwich's famous products.Whitlingham Country Park is a haven for wildlife and is good for walking and cycling. It is also home to an Outdoor Education Centre with opportunities for activities from sailing to archery.The Broadland Boat Train combines a journey on the Bure Valley Railway and a cruise on the Broads.The Norfolk Broads forms Britain's largest protected wetland. You can take a wherry - an Edwardian sailing vessel - on the Broads during the summer. The area is also home to some of the country's rarest plants and wildlife.The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is just east of the city.Bewilderwood is a curious treehouse adventure with zip wires and marsh walks - good for younger members of the family.The Strumpshaw Steam Museum has a 1930s steam carousel, steam-powered farm machinery and a cinema organ.Blickling Hall is one of the East of England's greatest houses and is now in the care of the National Trust.
In 1066 Norwich was one of the largest towns in England, with work starting on the cathedral in 1096. The city dates back to Saxon times and there was a major Roman settlement at nearby Caister St Edmund.
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Norwich Camping and Caravanning Club SiteMartineau LaneNorwichNorfolkNR1 2HX
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Stephen Coates, Susan Coates
We stayed 3 nights here. The site is fairly secluded and quiet, despite the nearby railway line, and is a well laid out small site. However, the facilities are very dated and in need of upgrading. The ladies and gents toilets have "one and a half" shower cubicles each. I'm not a big chap but even I found it hard to move in the small cubicle once the door was shut. There were washbasins present but none were in a cubicle. Some people like privacy when washing. The chemical disposal point is a joke. One trip to empty the cassette was enough for me and at the end of our stay I took our waste with us to our next site rather than use the disposal point again. Not a bad site for an overnight stop but I wouldn't want to stay longer.
DATE STAYED: May 2013
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Moderate
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Peaceful break
Although very near the city this feels like a country site. It is well kept and very clean. The site managers very helpful and pleasant.
We had a very enjoyable few days here and will definately be returning.
The only criticism is that the shower and toilet block needs updating. Also there are no recycling facilities.
DATE STAYED: April 2013
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Peaceful break,Younger couples
We stayed on the site as first time motorhome owners the staff were all very friendly and extremely helpful. The site was also extremely clean and quiet during the night. We had been out and returned quite late but this wasn't a problem as the staff where so brilliant I would recommend this site to anyone and we are going to book again for this year.
DATE STAYED: August 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Really lovely site, friendly welcome. We normally stay at Sandringham for Easter, however this year fancied being closer to Norwich City. This site is in easy reach of the city by Bike or is a lovely walk along the old Railway Line. Site Managers were really friendly. My only small criticism is that CC need to upgrade the shower blocks, but even saying that, they were spotlessly clean, showers were lovely and powerful and hot...
DATE STAYED: March 2013
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Easy
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Welcomed by friendly & cheerful site managers. Really appreciated the excellent site information leaflet - both had need to visit NHS walk-in centre which was listed in leaflet. Taxi telephone number proved useful too. Good bus service into Norwich.
Couple of points club could bear in mind:- 1) Surprised no recycling facilities - really expect them nowadays!
2) Facilities block needs updating, looking tired.
3)Very poor CDP - open air with NO tap or hose for rinsing. Compares poorly with majority of other sites.
Having said that, like Norwich site, noise from trains not a problem & site well kept.
DATE STAYED: September 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples
Excellent site,warm welcome,the wardens couldn't be more helpful. The facilities perhaps a bit outdated but kept very clean.Could do with an extra shower,and toilet in each washroom.
Didn't notice the road or train noise. Good walking access to the city
Will definitely return sometime.
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Younger couples
I've been to quite a few C&CC sites now, and even defended one which was getting poor reviews even though I thought it was fine. This one is definitely the shabbiest Club site I've been to. Biggest niggle - the CDP is a push button water supply which turns off the instant you release the button. Cleaning a toilet cassette is impossible with this rig and people resort to putting their cassettes on the floor to hose down, so the ground around the point is swimming with water (well, I hope it is just water). Toilets are clean but look dated. Showers are clean but a little shabby and you look up to a barn ceiling with spiders and moths and other creatures ready to drop on your head as you wash. Grass only site and the lead in to the site is heavily rutted, and some pitches (including mine) bald of grass so get quite muddy in wet weather. Not a countryside location, but actually in the suburbs of Norwich and to get anywhere you have to navigate the tiresome Norwich ring road.
My stay wasn't intolerable, but there were a lot of niggles so I'll pass on this site if I'm in this region again - probably better value going for a little farm based site further out.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups
Definitely close to the city centre, a pleasant 25 minute walk on a disused railway track/cycle path to Sainsbury's and then onto the city.
As others have said the site suffers from noise from a train line and a busy road though we didn't find it too intrusive.
We went there on a busy bank holiday weekend and the toilet/shower facilities were just not adequate for a full site though they were always clean and tidy.
We did feel the lack of a decent pub within walking distance. The one 200 yards from the site entrance just was not to our taste.
We would however strongly recommend "The Murderers/The Gardener's Arms" on Timber Hill in the city centre.
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Groups,Active break
Good welcome and very friendly staff.Loved the showers.Clean and tidy site .Constant background noise of traffic on nearby fast route ..A47?...probably OK in a van or motorhome.Plenty of eating places to walk to.
DATE STAYED: July 2012
Only one route in/out if height more than 10'3" so take care .. Site looks run down and not well cared for. Buildings must be due a facelift if not complete rebuild. Toilet and shower facilities wholly inadequate (2) for whole site - cannot recommend on that basis alone. Club must invest in this site.
just returned from a great site very friendly staff made us so welcome. Nice and peaceful not to close to other caravans thanks to Malc. Only one toilet/shower block could have done with more toilets in the men's faclities but thats the only thing we could find fault with. We will be back!
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Have just spent our first ever 4 nights in a Motor Home at the Norwich site. We were very impressed with the general ambience of the site and the facilities and cleanliness. Plenty of hot water for the site showers and washing up facillity. Close to Norwich city centre and in a fairly residential area but you would never know it, you could be in the countryside. As this was our first experience of motor homing we cannot compare this site with any others but we certainly couldn't find anything to complain about.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break
Very enjoyable stay, close to Norwich and within easy reach of the coast.
DATE STAYED: June 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
The site was much quieter at night than I expected considering the proximity of the railway lines. Some hard standings would be goo as I managed to get a lot of mud/water into my motorhome from the ground around; please bear in mind that the week before [and while] I was there was unusually rainy.
I have only given 4 stars to cleanliness due the the poor behaviour of some site users.
The site could do with another male shower booth and repair the door on one of the only two available.
We had a lovely week at this campsite. The only downfall is the cockerel in the small holding which was behind our van. We didn't appreciate being woke up at 3.45 each morning. The walk into Norwich is good takes about 25mins nice to not have to take the car and try and find parking places.
very good campsite, owners very friendly and talkative. facilities clean and easy to access.
overall i recommend this very strongly :)
It was a warm welcome, everyone including the other camp site users were very friendly. The facilities were very good, simple and clean.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Groups,Active break
This was good dispite the weather, and it was great
The staff at the campsite were welcoming and friendly. All of the other campers were also friendly. The stay overnight was comfortable and was uninterupted.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break
The staff at the campsite were welcoming and very freindly, along with the other capers we met. The facilities were very well kept too. The view from every part of the site was excellent, so overall I enjoyed my stay alot, and I would definately stay again and recommend it to a friend.
very nice :)
DATE STAYED: July 2008
SUITABLE FOR: Families
it was good
DATE STAYED: July 2010
Although it rained alot the people were very friendly and the facilities were good and well cleaned.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Younger couples
was very nice although the train was quite loud. xxx
the site was awesome and well bangin'. I really enjoyed my stay at the site and eventhough it tonked it down I still had a well smashing time blad. The site is reem bruv!
i enjoyed visiting this site and would recommend it to others although the weather was bad it was still very enjoyable.
SUITABLE FOR: Peaceful break
It was great and weeeee really enjoyed it. The peeps were really friendly!!! recommend it to anyone or any group.
it was cosmicly insane and we all had a whale of a time. + there were some nice ducks swimming in our puddles >.<
Its was very good
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Active break
I thought this campsite was a very clean and welcoming campsite. I felt very welocome here and enjoyed my stay.
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break
it was very welcoming, the site was very clean and the facilities were also great.
it was really good and was very clean. All the people were very welcoming and very polite. I would recommend this camp site. :)
Everyone at the site was really friendly and welcoming. The showers and toilets were of a very high standard and measures were taken to ensure that everybody stayed safe.
I think that this campsite was a very welcoming place i liked staying there and would love to go again.
SUITABLE FOR: Groups
I was part of a big group and from the moment we walked through the door I felt welcomed and wanted. the far end part of the site where we were staying was beautiful and secluded so even though the rain fell I wouldn't have wanted to be anywhere else. The camp even had wi-fi and the grass was at a good length - I loved it !
We came here on a DoE taster trip, and were made to feel welcome by not only the owners, but the people staying there as well. There were only really older couples caravanning there, but the tent site was really nice, and right next to the river!
very nice and friendly, to improve it could have a park for children...
i really liked it everyone was really welcoming to me and others in our group they all spoke to us nicley
Well, I live in the area that the camp site is located and i think it may be because i stayed with school, i thought it was just better suited for much older couples but it's in term time so i suppose old people have more time free so in the summer it may have more life to it. thanks :)
The campsite was very clean and everyone was very friendly.
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Groups
Very clean, staff all very friendly. Nice guests too! x
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break
Its was very friendly and kind and made me feel welcome
It was very and clean and everyone made you feel welcome.
This was a lovely little site just on the edge of the Norwich suburbs. The facilities were clean and easily accesible.
We were met by a very friendly couple and their assistant. They helped place us on a superb "jumbo" pitch. We weren't exactly sure what that meant, as the pitch borders were not easily identified - however, we had loads of room for our large tent.
This was jubilee weekend and the site staff had laid on light entertainment and a bbq. There was a raffle over the weekend (I won a bottle of wine!!) It reminded me of 'rallying' with my folks.
We were aware of the reviews about the toilet/shower block and the livestock. We thought we'll manage with the block and what were the chances of being near the livestock? Alas, we were placed with them directly behind us!! I don't remember asking for the 4am wake-up call, but it was there - everyday! Hey ho.
As for the showers, I can only speak for the gents. There were two cubicles. One is about 6' x 6' - loads of room; the other was smaller than a phone box. Hasten to say, that if you timed it badly, there was sometimes a queue for the larger cubicle. It's tru what other readers have said; some fairly simple adjustments could be made to expand the shower capacity. It didn't need 4 sinks.
Anyhow, the site was good. And we knew what we were letting ourseles in for with the chickens and showers. A pleasant stay. And I would stay again.
Oh, I forgot to mention the lovely woodland/river walk. I have a 4 year old son who found it fascinating. Lots of plants, birds and signs of animal life. Really pleasant, but I was wary of the flowing river. Kids need to be accompanied. But I dont need to tell you that.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Younger couples
Although very well appointed site for getting into Norwich we were somewhat surprised that there was no facility for motorhomes to empty their waste tanks. The shower block could do with some TLC and a paved path or road would greatly help so that when you leave the showers you don't have to walk through a muddy path. We weren't put off by the train noise which didn't bother us but this site would benefit from some money being spent on it.
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Difficult
SUITABLE FOR: Younger couples
My husband and I have just spent 9 glorious days at this site. We timed it to perfection for the weather! We loved the site for its wonderfully peaceful location and yet only a half hour walk from the centre of Norwich! Yes, the shower block is slightly dated but it was always impeccably clean and the showers had lots of hot water. This is definitely a site to recommend and we will certainly be returning.
DATE STAYED: May 2012
Beautiful spot next to a river with walks along the banks. Bus route into Norwich City easily reached from site or a stroll. Extremely big car boot sale on Sundays and Wednesdays short drive or walk from site. Nice picnic spot just past local pub with access to shallow river,good for a paddle on a hot day.Site and wardens are 'dog friendly' too! Our second visit and will not be the last. Very relaxing and lazy or if you fancy being a bit more active, the city is great for exploring.
We visit this site quite regularly - being Norwich City supporters and Malcolm always gives us a great welcome. We always have a football chat - and we are so happy that we can just walk or cycle to the Riverside and Carrow Rd from the site. The facilities are always clean if old fashioned, and you can order newspapers and buy the basics on site = including free range eggs from the hens virtually on site. You can bike into Trowse with the country park and a couple of ice pubs - or get a bus into town for shopping. We will be staying again as soon as the site is open.
DATE STAYED: October 2011
What lovely people, what a shame they have to contend with complaints about the sites rather antiquainted facilities, come on camping club give them some help here. Great access to Norwich easy walk to city centre and of course from there you have bus routes to all coastal areas of Norfolk. Site small but ideal for touring.
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
The welcome from the HSM's was excellent,the facilities were pristine but very dated.The information site was excellent. If an area of hard surfacing could be provided outside the toilet block it would prevent a lot of the grit etc. being walked into the facilities. A rearrangement of the facilities could increase the number of showers without needing extra overall space. The provision of motorhome waste disposal would be helpful. A nice site, staying was apleasant experience it needs the facilities bringing up to quality expected from the club. This is in no way any criticism of the MSMs who are great.
DATE STAYED: September 2011
Bonnie And Malcom,
Were wonderful, Always friendly and polite. Made our Holiday. We would recommend the site. Half anhour a way from seggy and 45 to Croma.
The site was clean and tidy - could not find any faults.
Allan And hayley (Reggie The Great Dane )
DATE STAYED: May 2011
I would like to point out that there are only 4 toilets and 2 showers. There is a disabled shower but while i was there i could not get to use it. I am registered disabled. The toilets smelt damp.My husband said the same thing with the gents. The pitch that I was given was on a slope and going towards the fence under a conker tree, when I commented on this I was told to pitch my tent another way thus I was unable to park my car on our pitch, luckily the couple next to us let me park next to their pitch. We backed onto allotments and the noise from the chickens and roosters was very loud from 5.30am to bedtime there is also a train line which has normal trains during the day but at night they run the freight trains which make so much noise they wake you up in the middle of the night. You can also here the motorway all day and night. I will not be staying here again. I was very disappointed with the site, having spent a fantastic week before in Hertford I felt like I was back in the stone age.
DATE STAYED: August 2011
Tired clubsite,washroom faciliteies were poor,only 2 showers for all of the site,1 was very small and although I am only a small person I found it difficult especially in getting dry,although plenty of hot water,the site wardens need to look at siting young couples with young children next to campers and caravanners who have no children and who are respectful of time and keeping quiet at a reasonable time,but we were asked to lower the light and to be quiet as young childrem may be distubed.My question is who did the disturbing in the morning and when these young children were fighting with each other or throwing stones at caravans who was there to supervise this,certainly not the parents or the site wardens just the caravan and camping members,I would also like to know how many last warnings can some campers have, as the campers in the bottom field were talking well into the early hours they were supposed to be on their last warning but how many had they had in the past.Overall despite my moans our stay was enjoyable,we were in easy reach of places of interest and would stay again
Good site would stay here again. Only a couple of points to make. A young German couple pitched were asked to pitch there tent in the middle of the site with two young children under five years old.
The children had no supervision as they where allowed to run around when cars were moving in the vicinity. The eldest child was seen to be throwing stones at the caravans and tents. This is not a moan but an observation. More thought should be put in when placing families with young children.
On the Sunday night we were asked to talk more quietly and to turn the gas light down as we were disturbing the children which we did. But no one thought of asking the people in the bottom field to keep quiet at 01.30am. As I understand from the warder next morning they were on the last warning.
The staff very friendly but very let down by the toilet facilities with only two showers. One for disabled and a extremely small shower for others. No private wash rooms for those wanting to just strip wash and the basins available were exposed from the entrance door giving no privacy. As there were no cubicles other campers would stay in the showers to shower and dress which meant others were kept waiting for over half an hour. Some campers are not wanting to get dressed in the caravans and want to get dressed in the shower but if cubicles are available it enables the considerate camper to not hog the shower and move to the cubicle to dress.
Thank you Bonnie and Malcolm for such a great service with sorting out our booking and such a friendly welcome when we arrived.The facilities were looked after very well due to very hard working site managers who were always available to help with our enquires-weather forcast etc.The flowers were wonerful.It was great to have the camping experience so near a city.Easy reach to visit the city and countryside- we enjoyed both.This site it is really well placed to explore all of Norfolk.Bewilder Wood is a must for small children(big ones as well!)
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Younger couples
We had a friendly and very imformative welcome by the assist.mgr who showed us to the pitch. The site is easy for the city but is surrounded by railway tracks - thankfully not too noisy.
The river walk is nice although short, we saw swans and other wildlife on it.
However the good points of the site were undone by the fact this site is in dire nead of investment. Whilst the staff make an effort to keep the toilet blocks clean, they cannot make up for tired and worn out fittings, only two showers, only two toilets and no privacy cubicles to have a wash in.
We were at the bottom corner of the site and behind us was a smallholding with chickens, geese etc therefore the cockrell was our very early morning alarm call! - please ask to be on the top field if this is a problem for you.
Also the fresh & grey water and disposal points were a trek across the site from us - a water & disposal point are needed down this end of the site.
A minor irritation was the long length of the grass, which soaked your feet everytime when treking across the site to toilet etc. - maybe the mower had conked out - we never saw it in use in 4 days!
Contrasting the long grass were bare stony parts of the field that have been overused pitches.
Despite these drawbacks the site was fine for us for a weekend break (but we do have full washroom facilities in our van!).
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
lovely quiet site, very friendly welcome from the warden who was a mine of information, with printed tips for transport use etc.
a short walk of about 20 minutes to Norwich along a disused railway line.
will definately use again.
thanks to the warden for such a pleasant experience.
DATE STAYED: July 2011
On arrival we found the managers very helpful and friendly. What we didnâ€™t expect was the fact that the site was so overcrowded. The facilities were always clean but a) were old and b) there werenâ€™t enough. We thought that this was a very expensive site considering the minimal facilities. We would have liked there to have been washing cubicles. The â€˜riverside walkâ€™ doubled up as the dog walk. No problem with this except instead of being a pleasant walk, it was just a circular walk beside a not very attractive river. The only advantage to this site that we can see is that it was within cycling/walking distance of Norwich city centre. The noise from the nearby trains wasnâ€™t a problem. This is a site in urgent need of refurbishment and the only reason we would possibly use it again is its closeness to the city.
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Groups,Active break,Younger couples
We love the Camping and Caravan Club sites. This one is the worst we have ever stayed at. As usual the warden was friendly and helpful. The site has bare patches where grass has worn away which is a bit unsightly. The facilities are desperate. Only two showers per sex and one so small you can hardly move. Also very old and really need updating. Site is a good 30 mins walk into town and you go through some not very nice areas - my partner was a little concerned by this. Nothing much in immediate area other than one grotty looking pub. Also women using gents toilet to do makeup in morning within 10 feet of open plan urinals. When I complained to warden turns out he had given them permission - did not agree with this and told him so. People also smoking in toilets. Would never return
In 24 years as a member and having experience of 20+sites, some more than once, I regard this as the least attractive. It is cramped and with too few washing/shower facilities It is in serious need of refurbishment. The sites book mentions the idillic river but not the two nearby train lines!
Excellent site with great access to Norwich by foot. Camp personal very helpful and I would recommend this site if you wish to visit Norwich.
Stayed for 3 days and enjoyed the site and its close location to city. The staff have been very helpful and I would recommend this site for its easy access to the centre of Norwich (20mins walking). The location for tents is excellent in a separate field away from the caravans and motor homes.
First impressions on entering site on the left a dog walking area look like a compost area, large wheely bins surrounded with a broken fence. On the right a border covered with logs,
The facilities were old and in the morning queueing for the toilet, The 2nd dog area overgrown,the area around the camping field requires cutting
DATE STAYED: June 2011
Lovely site, kind and helpful staff. We were only there for the night but it was really very pleasant. Highly recommended.
I was very surprised on arival, despite being a town site how secluded and quiet it was. Situated between two railway lines I was concerned that we would be disturbed by the sounds of trains, this was not to be, despite trains running regularly they are not intrusive and I found I soon became used to them. The site is well maintained and the management staff are friendly and helpful. The facilities are good, although I did find the sinks in the washing up area very low and became quite uncomfortable if there was a lot of washing up to do. There is a beautiful dog walk on the banks of a river, it is very peaceful and there is a lot of wildlife to spot, we saw deer, kingfishers and swans to name a few. I would quite happily stay there again.
Pleasantly secluded site on southern ouskirts of Norwich.It's only a short walk into Norwich(20 minutes)Friendly welcome to the site from the club staff who were helpful with info about the area and suggested a nice route into the city along a disused railway line .Site and facilities kept very clean although toilet/shower block is now a bit dated(hence only 4 stars for facilities)
The site is in a peacefull spot despite being so close to the city. The site managers were realy friendly and helpful. The toilet block is only small but keapt absolutly spotless and we were there over a bank holiday and school half term and there was no a problem or having to queue.
This was our 2nd visit to this site but our first time taking two young lads with us.
Site is quiet and secluded and yet very close to so much to do.
We visited on a bank hol and so it was busier than normal. The general cleanliness was great but clearly a few muddy feet had been through the loos/showers around bed time (tho there was a mop left out for people to clean after themselves)There are only 2 showers in the ladies which can create a bit of a queue. Perhaps some sink cubics would ease the conjestion? There are hair driers for 20p.
There are indoor washing up facilities with warm running water, and a laundrette with tumble drier Â£1 for 20mins, washing machine Â£3.50 a wash and iron 20p.
A very well stocked shop covering basic needs such as fresh milk, eggs, bacon, tinned goods, and basic camping requirments.
Overall a brilliant site!
First time we have used this site, we will be going again. Great welcome on arrival and being taken to our pitch. Showers and toilets were kept very clean. The same for the site its self. Good food at the nearby the pub ( 5mins walk). An easy walk into the city centre (1/2hr). Bus stop 10mins walk - 15 mins into Norwich city centre - don't take the car!!
DATE STAYED: April 2011
this was the first time we have used this site'and it wont be the last. Lovely welcome on arriveing and taken to our pitch.the showers and tolets were allways very clean and the same said off the site its self.good food at the nearby pub. you can walk (1/2 hour} into norwich.Also they say it a good place for bikes
Stayed here over the (late) Easter weekend and despite the site being busy it didn't feel overcrowded. I was welcomed on arrival and always cheerily greeted throughout my stay. I had booked a normal (non-service) pitch but was asked if I minded going in the overflow (lightweight) field. I didn't mind at all as it was lovely there, but equally importantly I felt that had I said I didn't want to it wouldn't have been a problem. Found some excellent cycle rides (i.e. flat!) in the area, and the proximity of the station (just over a mile) made one-way rides a possibility. I will certainly return.
Worth noting that the pub just up the road serves breakfast!
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break,Younger couples
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