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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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Pitches: 244
Open: 18/03 To 07/11

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 46 Reviews
              9/10 from 46 Reviews


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Date of Visit: June 2012 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Mickwithdoodle 23 reviews from this member

We visited the site the first week in June and the weather was wet, to say the least, however the site did not flood and the weather had no visible effect.

A large tiered site with good sized pitches. Booking in was the usual C. C. Club efficiency with the wardens friendly. We were allowed to select our own pitch and found a corner one almost within site of the office.

The new toilet block just inside the main gates was pristine whenever we went to use the facilities. There were good walks for our dog just outside the gates.

The only problem we had was with both TV and mobile reception. We had to walk up the hill to the top of the site to get any mobile reception at all.

Overall very impressed with site and would use this in preference to the nearby Seacroft site and it is cheaper!

Date of Visit: May 2012 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Debbietsos 2 reviews from this member

I have just got back from 4 wonderful days at Incleboro and I thought the site was lovely. Although it is quite a large site it has small terraces which gives the feeling of a much smaller and more select site.

The facilities are excellent and very clean. There are wonderful walks all around the site which is National Trust and you can walk for miles. My dog and husband kept coming back exhausted.

Although there was not a club on site there was a nice bar/restaurant at the golf club which you drive through to get to the site.

I would highly recommend this site to anybody.

Date of Visit: May 2012 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Skiers 17 reviews from this member

This is a lovely very different Caravan Club Site. This is our second visit.

Please note a 1 pm book in, due to narrow access road and plan route in, don't use sat nav when getting within 10 mins of site, it tries to take you down a very very small lane.

Wardens a bit strict at times and petty, some better than others.

Although it is a very large site it is split into two different areas. The first part is set at many levels of about 10 pitches, some about 20 pitches, you have to leave the car and walk to see were you want to go, it is difficult to turn around. This area has two toilet blocks. The first one near reception has just been refurbished.

Further along the road you go into a shady wooded area again different levels, maybe 2 pitches, 3 pitches and even some on their own if you want to be miserable!

Moving further along you come to a very large flat area with a few higher levels, high trees around the edge, watch your pitch for TV signal. Another 2 toilet blocks.

This site is all grass, with hook ups. Very uneven and levelling ramps and blocks for the steadies are needed. We was lucky this time but not really level.

This is a really large site but with it being in different sections does not feel too big.

The two toilet blocks we used were always very clean, good showers with plenty of hot water.

The grass is cut all the time so everywhere looks good.

A good play ground for the children is on the large flat area.

Plenty of dog walking and public rights of way, short cuts to the beach, its just finding them.

A TIP depending where you pitch, drive the car for you barrier key at reception, it can be a long walk! a 30 min around trip. Maybe a torch if you pitch in the wooded area a bit dark at night.

Sherringham and Cromer good to visit, not forgetting the Cromer Crab delicious, and other sea food. Norwich not too far away and Great Yarmouth.

I really enjoyed this site and I will back next year, and for my Cromer Crab!

Date of Visit: May 2012 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Rik666 22 reviews from this member

There is no chance of mistaking this site for anything other than a club site, clean, well organised & run like a military prison

Location - Just a little north west of Cromer in West Runton, the site is attached to the golf club & back onto the camping & caravan club site

Pitches - Be warned some of the pitches are uneven and the chances are you will need levelling ramps or blocks or both, The site is divided into little small cul-de-sacs / terraces with walk ways to the toilet blocks

Toilets / Showers - Absolutely Perfect, The shower block is spotlessly clean, no queues & well heated.

Facilities - The shop is stocked with the basics, there are 5 service points(water & waste) + a motor home service point on site

Staff - Not overly impressed with one of the wardens, who gave us the third degree for hanging around outside reception while waiting for some of our family members to catch up with us after a long walk.

WI-FI is available on site, but you will be paying club prices

Bar / Food - No food on site

TV Reception - You may suffer for poor reception in certain parts of the site.

Phone Reception - No problems with orange, but T-mobile had very poor signal

Fishing - Nothing on site, But sea fishing is available close by.

Out & About - Plenty to do here, There are miles of national trust walking routes around the site, Cromer & Sheringham very close by, both have miles of beautiful beaches & small shopping areas

Date of Visit: October 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Mr Muffin 3 reviews from this member

This was our second visit to this site so we thought we would treat ourselves and book a serviced pitch for a change, apart from the convenience of the water and drain on the pitch we wished we had not bothered, the pitch is classed as all weather so we expected a gravel surface but it is just plastic with sandy soil in between which turned to mud when it rained so you can imagine what the inside of our van is like even with 2 large mats down in the porch awning.

We would say do not bother with these pitches and use an ordinary grass one.

It is very dark on site at night so you need a torch but this gives nice starry skies.

The toilet block next to the office is rather dated now but the second one is much newer, both were clean and tidy but why do the CC close the blocks in the mornings when they are needed most, rather frustrating.

Went to see the seals one evening but had wait for the tide to come in which made us late back and returning in the dark made it an adventure, highly recommend the trip.

Having to cross the golf course is a bit daunting as we were nearly hit last year and some of the golfers were not very polite, the far side of the site was closed this time but if you pitch over there you have to cross it twice. Nice site but I think we will try somewhere else next time.

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.

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