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Enjoy a pleasant and tranquil holiday centrally placed for the beaches, local attractions and activities of Norfolk at The Old Brick Kilns Caravan and Camping Park.
Just 8 miles from the North Norfolk coast, The Old Brick Kilns is in a beautiful natural setting with a delightful wildlife pond, landscaped garden areas and wildflower banks. The park, which has a rural atmosphere, is mostly sheltered, divided into woody pockets and open areas.
This quiet, friendly, five star, family-run park has been awarded the AA Heart of Britain Campsite of the Year 2017.
Set over three different levels, the spacious 13 acre park has 60 hard standing all-weather pitches. Heydon’s Meadow is an exclusive Caravan Club Certified Location with 5 premier, fully serviced pitches. Bed and Breakfast rooms and self catering cottages are also available.
All new arrivals strictly after 1.30pm because of narrow approach road.
An on site bar also serves delicious take-aways (using local produce) on certain nights of the week. The well-stocked food, off-licence and camping accessory shop also serves warm croissants in the morning. The park has 4 modern washroom facilities equipped to the highest standards, featuring underfloor heating and free hot water throughout the day and a new block will be ready for the 2022 season.
Wifi is available (through a 3rd party) across the park and the information point will help you plan your days out exploring all that staying in Norfolk has to offer.
The Old Brick Kilns offers plenty to entertain: children’s play area, table tennis, games room, TV room, pool table and small fishing lake.
Bed and Breakfast near Fakenham
Three rooms with en suite facilities are available in the main house. Facilities include TV, tea and coffee station, dining room and guest lounge.
Self Catering in Norfolk
Situated on the park, Kiln Barn is a delightful 1 bedroom cottage. For families and larger groups The Paddocks Cottages (off site) sleep 4-6 people and can be let as a single property for up to 16.
Places to Visit in North Norfolk
The Old Brick Kilns is the perfect spot from which to explore the fabulous nature reserves and sandy beaches of North Norfolk. Close by is the Royal home of Sandringham, the city of Norwich, Houghton Hall, Blickling Hall and the Norfolk Boards National Park and much, much more. As the park is so wonderfully close to the coast, a trip to the beach is a must! Don’t forget to pack your bucket and spade and enjoy and ice cream with your toes in the sand. The Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is an idyllic spot to visit whatever the weather.
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Sarah FWe, all 11 of us, stayed in two of the cottages for a week and had a fantastic stay. There was a mixture of ages with enough room for us all. The cottages were very clean with an enclosed garden for the little ones. A washing machine machine along with a dryer (free to use) was housed in a little shed behind the cottages alongside a large car park. The cottages were next to the main site with a gate in the hedge to walk through to the shop and the bar. It was very quiet in the evenings which enabled us to have a great nights sleep. The cottages themselves were well equipped with plenty of crockery/cutlery. The beds were also very clean. The site is just inland from the coast but all areas within easy reach. We visited Norwich, Cromer, Holt, Hunstanton and Wells next the sea. A great week away and would genuinely return.
321thorntonThis is a well run and established site, friendly and quiet, mainly caravans and motor homes with a small field for tents. Site very clean. Pizzas on site were delicious, hot breakfast pastries were a lovely treat too. Theres a playground and games room. For me the only thing missing was a field with a goal as its a great way for kids to exercise and make new friends, but I'm not sure there's anywhere to fit it in and it's only a minor thing. There are lovely walks just outside the site and useful info available on local attractions. If you are heading off the site to eat, we went to the Hunworth Bell pub, a short drive away, and had a good meal. Dog friendly too.
Horrell2Just returned from a weeks break in our VW. We were sited in the main field at the top, we had full sun until sunset, perfect pitch. Fairly quiet with few neighbours until later on in the week, unless you count the 18 rabbits we watched hopping around the pitch on a regular basis 😁 Toilets and showers very clean, plenty of hot water, heating seemed to be on full blast in the block, even I found it a little hot (and I normally feel the cold). Didn’t have to queue, don’t know what it would be like in full season. Dish washing area very clean with very hot water. Nice little bar for drinks and takeaway, can’t comment on food as we didn’t purchase any. Very narrow road going in, however we went in and out every day and only met one car. Not really an issue for us as we are very used to narrow roads. Bins emptied regularly, very clearly marked for recycling, however some campers either couldn’t see the sign on the recycling bin or didn’t care, opened more than once to find normal rubbish and full dog poo bags!!! Not much more the owners could do about this unfortunately. Would fully recommend for anyone visiting Norfolk
- Little Barney Lane
- NR21 0NL
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