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Visitor Reviews - Incleboro Fields Caravan Club Site

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Incleboro Fields Caravan Club Site
Station Close
West Runton
Norfolk   (Browse area)
NR27 9QG   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01263 837419

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Featured Site

Pitches: 250
Open: 20/03 To 02/11

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 41 Reviews
              9/10 from 41 Reviews

Units accepted:   No Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes Caravan Storage Storage 

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Reviews:  41 in total, now showing 13 to 18                 Previous 6          Next 6
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Date of Visit: September 2011 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Wendy77 10 reviews from this member

This is a long site which loops around part of a golf course. Although we didn't look at the whole site, where we were the pitches were grouped in little terraces which gave the feel of a much smaller site.

However, it did mean that you could end up quite a way from a facilities block, of which there are 4. Take a torch just in case as the site is dark at night - but you can see lots of stars!

We were near a very modern facilities block which had plenty of showers with big cubicles and no push-buttons. It also had piped music which I came to like.

There is a pub in the village or you can get bar snacks at the golf course.

The site is very well placed for coastal walking. North Norfolk is gently undulating with lots of picturesque villages which also makes for nice cycling. The site is right by a rail station with a good service to Norwich - worth a visit - and Wroxham for a trip on the Broads.

A lovely, well-placed site. We could have stayed longer.

Date of Visit: August 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Cookie 7261 3 reviews from this member

Excellent site a bit slopping in places. Good pub in the village. A visit to Hillside animal sanctuary is most.

Nice train ride from Sherringham to Holt.

Caravan shop nearby which sells most things well worth a visit.

Toilet blocks are clean although closed for cleaning early in the block where we closed to.

Plenty for people to do.

Paper van visits daily and fish and chip visits Saturday and Sunday and sells real chips.

Morrisons nearby in Cromer.

Would recommend the boat trip that runs from Blankley to see the seals.

Date of Visit: July 2011 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Wsseaman 53 reviews from this member

The road into the site is a bit narrow and 2-way which isn't ideal and you have to drive through the middle of a golf course which we found slightly unnerving!

The site wasn't signposted the closer you get but our sat nav still managed to find it. The latest arrival is 7. 30pm and not 8. 00pm as previously stated in these reviews.

The warden on reception wasn't very friendly (we arrived ten minutes before they closed) and not in the least bit helpful, leaving us struggling to find the odd ten or so spaces (out of over 200!) still available.

The site itself is split up in various terraces, some higher some with only two or three pitches in each so it does feel smaller than it is.

The site is well kept and the various areas are well signposted. There is no on site dog walking area and no dog bins which was disappointing but the beach is only a 20-min walk away and is dog friendly.

There is a chip van on site Weds and Sat at 5. 30pm. The spar shop is 10-mins away as is a well-stocked camping shop and the pub.

It seemed that because the site was so sprawling, it meant a lot of children were just playing on the tarmac paths in and around their pitches rather than trawling off to the play area.

Date of Visit: June 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: I8blades 41 reviews from this member

The site as others have said is large but doesn't feel that way.

Its like a big horse shoe, starting at the reception going up the hill back down the other side and finishing the other side of the golf course which you drive across to get to the entrance.

Its divided into little terraces and copse some of which were quite secluded. We found the flattest pitch we could but it was still very uneven and the front legs were at their limit.

The toilet blocks are very clean, I think there were four of them, the one nearest to us seemed quite modern though a couple of the toilets tended to get blocked.

There's a fella comes round every morning selling newspapers, a chip van comes on wed & sat, and there are a few basic supplies available from reception. In the village there's a spar shop and a morrisons in Cromer.

There are loads of footpaths connected to the site, I found a different one every morning whilst taking the dog for a walk.

There's a pub at the golf course and one in the village, Its an easy walk to both but take a torch for the walk back.

When out and about in the car along the coast there are pay and display carparks everywhere, they want you to come in your car but you will have to pay for it. A lot were 1 for an hour or two, one was 3. 50 !

All in all we had an enjoyable stay and would definitely return

Date of Visit: June 2011 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Walthams 26 reviews from this member

Lovely site spread over hillside location, terraced in many parts so gives an overall impression of a smaller site. We pitched in secluded glade on our own as other two pitches were not taken. Shaded by woodland but we knew that it wasn't going to be a sunny weekend

Excellent location - both Sheringham and Cromer can be accessed by cycle or by train which runs hourly from early morning until late evening. Station about 10 minutes walk from top of the site

Beach 20 minutes walk from site - also possible to walk into Sheringham along the beach footpath

Excellent site and location with friendly staff

Date of Visit: May 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Salmong 16 reviews from this member

Stayed for a week shame it could not be for longer, this is a great site to visit the Norfolk area.

Approach road to the site is quite narrow, and passes through a golf course - but nothing too daunting, the site itself is quite large, but landscaping makes it feel small and intimate, we were pitched on 'High corner' which had great views out to sea - levelling blocks were required, as the pitch was very uneven.

As usual the facilities were spotless, and the site is generally very well maintained, the reception sells a few essentials,and the wardens were helpful, and friendly.

In West Runton you will find a few shops including a caravan / camping accessory shop, and a nice cafe / tea room.

The site is adjacent to the railway station so is ideal if you want to leave the car behind, we went to Norwich on the train for the day which was a bargain at 7 per person return.

Only drawback at the time of our visit was an abundance of flies -

We will definitely come back to this site!

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