A really nice site if you have your own toilet and shower facilities. A large level well mown field, surrounded by hedges and fields. The water points, electric points and rubbish bins were all convenient. We paid £9. 00 per night. There is a bus stop about 20 yards up the road with a regular service to Lowestoft or Great Yarmouth and beyond. The site would be a good base from which to tour Suffolk and Norfolk by cycle or car. The OS map shows a cliff footpath going south to Lowestoft and North to Great Yarmouth, only a short section is now accessible as sadly this seems to have been washed away by erosion during the last winter. There did not seem to be a way down to the beach for the same reason.
This was our first visit to this site and I must say that it ticked all of the boxes for what I look for in a CL. It was spacious, clean and in a prime location, sitting centrally between Gt Yarmouth & Lowestoft.
Having read the previous review re this site, where it questioned the 'presence of a electric facility', I can confirm that the site was 'plumbed into the grid'
Only negatives that I found were that the two water points were very close to other parked vans, therefore I felt that I was invading their space everytime that I needed water, and the area in general was bad for receiving both good TV and mobile phones signals (although some people would not count this as a negative but a positive!)
In summary, a very pleasant time was had by all and a big thank you to the owner (Mr Taylor) for his courtesy.
A classic Caravan Club Certified Location. So, please remember that it is members only.
A spacious, semi enclosed, well kept field located behind the farm house and well away from the road. It has a water stand pipe, a chemical toilet disposal point and little else. So own sanitation is necessary, but interestingly, the owners have an arrangement with a nearby holiday centre so that you can use their shower facilities. The Caravan Club Site Directory lists electric points but I did not come across them. If you visit this site, you might like to check this detail.
The site is roughly half way between Lowestoft and Hopton and situated within half a mile of the coast footpath. If you take the footpath and go south, you will first go through Corton nudist beach then on to North Lowestoft beach which is very quiet and has little facilities except for an excellent café, and “Britain’s Most Easterly Bar” both in Sparrows Nest Park. If you go north you will go through Hopton and onto Great Yarmouth. In both cases, you will be able to get a (albeit infrequent) bus back to the site.
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