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Bradfield Hall Farm Caravan Park
Southrepps Road
Bradfield
North Walsham
Norfolk   (Browse area)
NR28 0QW   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01263 833923

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Pitches: 5
Open: Easter To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 6 Reviews
              9/10 from 6 Reviews


Units accepted:   No Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes 

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Date of Visit: October 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Johnjory 110 reviews from this member

A great CL!

By way of update really. Other than adding the notes below and emphasising what a helpful person the owner is, I feel I can add little to the previous reviewers complimentary comments which remain current and representative.

Which ever direction you come from, be prepared to find yourself on very narrows roads for the last couple of miles.

Site is part of a working farm. Pitching area has been very thoughtfully considered. It measures very approximately 20m x 70m with an adjacent “meadow” laid out as two large pitches for families. Level and well prepared surface, well sheltered by trees and a hedged bank conceals the farm buildings.

A picnic spot & table have been provided in one corner of the pitching area

In addition to EHU, each pitch has its own water & waste point. If you bring a float valve for your water butt and 2 - 4 metres of waste pipe you will not have to carry any water. Chem disposal is very conveniently located to one side of the pitching area.

Very dog friendly (No charge), see previous reviews.

No local shops. Nearest supermarket is Waitrose in North Walsham.

A personal recommendation: Bradfield Hall Farm's own wild bird feed.

To sum up: Hard to imagine how the CL / CS experience can get any better.

Date of Visit: April 2012 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Bieni 3 reviews from this member

We love this wonderful quiet friendly small caravan site. We have been many times here and already booked in again for august this year.

The owner and her husband a very friendly and make you feel welcome. The site is clean and nice pitches on fresh cut grass.

The surrounding countryside is stunning. Lovely for long walks with the dogs. Dogs are very welcome. There is even dog training classes close by.

There are donkies on the fields and lamas nearby. North walsham a lovely market town is only few miles away or the pretty seaside town cromer.

We can really highly recommend this site.

Date of Visit: July 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Touring-R-Us 1 review from this member

We enjoyed the whole ‘Bradfield Farm’ experience, we felt we must tell fellow caravaner’s about this fantastic CL site.

The Farm is set in beautiful countryside with wildlife abounding within yards of the site. Hugh ( the owner ) is a delight to meet and chat with and is diligent in ensuring everything is in order to ensure the holiday is a thoroughly enjoyable experience.

We undertook the 5 mile round trip into North Walsham however there are more local shops and amenities in near by villages should you require supplies, The pub in Trunch serves real ale, whilst The Vernon Arms at Southrepps offers home cooked food that we found to be delicious.

The Farm is within a RSPB site and the Southrepps Nature Reserve being an SSSI site is a short walk away.

The CL site offers individual serviced pitches, with a toilet facilities being provided in the farm shop area that was kept immaculate as was the chemical toilet disposal.

The shop is dedicated to selling Wild Bird Food, we stocked up whist there.

We will be booking again soon 10out of 10 without a doubt

Date of Visit: July 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: FJAL 1 review from this member

If you have a dog you will love this site. There are plenty of lovely walks both on the farm and near by. We saw plenty of birds and butterflies.

There are also National Trust properties near by with areas that you can take dogs. We take it in turns to walk the dog and look round the house. There is also a good pub in Southrepps that serves meals that allows dogs inside, but you will need to book.

The site is very peaceful and has the added bonus of individual water supply and wastewater outlet, no lugging water about. We do not have a fancy TV only freeview and had no problem in getting a good reception.

This is a great site and would recommend it to anyone whether they had a dog or not.

It is a county site but not far from the coast or if you fancy a day out shopping Norwich is not that far away.

Date of Visit: August 2009 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: R001 3 reviews from this member

If you want to get away from it all this site is perfect, we are a couple in our late fifties and loved it.

It's a small site so the facilities off the pitch are minimal at present with currently one toilet for male and female and whilst it is old it was perfectly functional and always extremely clean. There are currently no showers or separate wash rooms although the toilet does have a perfectly adequate size sink. We have a self-contained motorhome so these were not essentials to us and the pitch set-up was perfect. The pitches were excellent, virtually level with grey water drainage, electric hookup and drinking water points. There is also Elsan disposal in a clean, nearby facility.

The Alston family that run the farm are absolutely delightful, helpful people. Mrs Alston pointed out an outbuilding they are planning on converting into a shower / wash area so I suspect next year may see this completed. Hugh Alston is a really nice guy who we immediately warmed to.

This is a working farm (crops) and they were gathering the harvest when we were there. The tractor drivers were clearly aware of the fact we were there and drove very considerately, so I would imagine as long as children stay in the pitched area they would be perfectly safe because the volume of traffic in and around the farm is low.

The lanes leading to the farm are relatively narrow. Bradfield Farm is easy to find and even the largest motorhome/van can manoeuvre OK once on the site as the entrance is wide with a good, level concrete base.

There are a few villages around with Pubs etc., but they are not easy to get to without transport, so bikes are a good idea if in a motorhome and Mundesley is easily cycle-able, the lanes are relatively quiet and we saw no 'boy racers'. If you have children and the weather is fine they will never want to go home because the beaches are as good as anything you will find at home or abroad.

We rate the location highly because it's exactly what we like but if you want one-arm bandits, noisy pubs and all-night action you would think the exact opposite.

We hope this review has been helpful.

Date of Visit: September 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Susa 3 reviews from this member

After a fairly last minute decision to get away for a week, found that CC sites and CL's were all fully booked in the North Norfolk area. We then came across this new CL, and luckily they had vacancies.

Arrived to find a lovely site, with individual water,electricity and waste water facilities, no lugging of water or waste for us as we had the necessary equipment having already stayed on a 'super pitch' in France earlier in the year. The chemical toilet point is discreetly situated in a hut on the far side of the field, and the rubbish and recycling bins are in a purpose built hut.

Bradfield Hall Farm is a delight as are the owners, who were regularly on hand, and do everything possible to make your stay as enjoyable as possible with suggestions and advise as to where to go and in our case, where to walk the dogs. Anyone with a dog will, as we did find it one of the best sites we have ever stayed on. There are over 8 miles of walks on the farm alone, and being situated in deepest darkest Norfolk, and on a 'Quiet Lane', there are even more opportunities for walks in the local areas.

The bird life here is amazing, and there is a board near the wild bird food store to list all the birds seen. One night I even heard a nightjar, which went on for quite some time, something to be remembered, even at the cost of a couple of hours of lost sleep!

Its ideally situated here, being just over 2 miles from North Walsham, which has a couple of supermarkets, Sainsbury and Lidl, and roughly 8 miles from Cromer, which has a Budgen store and a Morrisons. Of course, being Norfolk, there is a plethora of small roadside stalls selling fruit and vegetables and eggs, and we feasted on fabulous sweetcorn!

Nearest village shop is in Trunch just over a mile away, and they sell newpapers and basic essentials.

The beauty of this site is that there really is so much to do in the area, we travelled along the north coast to Holham Hall and the wonderful beach there, and also visited some of the North Norfolk Broads hidden gems. Felbrigg Hall is under 10 minutesd away, Norwich is about 40 minutes away as is Great Yarmouth. There is a great theatre in Cromer, and I was surprised at some of the really good acts that they have there, so this would be a good year round venue.

TV reception was very poor, so would suggest an extended pole or sat dish although we had no luck (first time ever) in managing to locate Astra 28.2.

Great Information centre in the centre of Cromer - on the left as you go through the one way system, with good parkling at the back. Free internet access for 1 hour, and lots of helpful info and leaflets on local attractions.

Bronwen who runs the dog training classes at Bradfield pointed us int he direction of Trimingham beach where we walked the dogs for miles. Note that many of the local beaches do not allow dogs during the summer months, and until the end of September.

We will definitely be back here to savour the peace and quiet, and recharge the batteries.


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