We have been running this site for 50 years and believe in having a quiet family-friendly site. We pride ourselves on the fact that some of our customers have been coming back here for 25 years!
We have 6 acres of grass for camping and caravanners. Our campers are never cramped and there is always plenty of room for a game of cricket!
Dogs are welcomed but must be kept on a lead because we may have hens roaming around the site.
Our facilities offer everything you need when camping and are always kept to the highest standard. These include toilets, showers, a washing up area and chemical toilet disposal and we also have the ability to freeze ice blocks. In 2005 season we built a new toilet and shower block, which increased our capacity and updated our facilities.
We also have electric hookups, but these do fill up in busy periods, so do book to avoid disappointment!
Club rallies can be catered for, but we would ask you to make prior arrangements for these.
Large Pitch RestrictionsOn our campfire fields which are non-electric, there is no restriction on tent or caravan size. Tipis are welcome and as we don't designate specific pitches you can camp in a circle with your friends. There is no extra charge for awnings, extra cars or dogs.
Campfire DetailsCampfires are permitted on the non-electric campfire fields, we provide fire pits in which to have your campfire and we sell, kindling, fire lighters and logs at the farmhouse.
Shower DetailsWe have a large toilet and shower block on site. Our showers run on a token system which can be purchased from the farmhouse 50p for 1 token which lasts 3 1/2 minutes.
Electric Hook-upsWe have 100 16 amp hook up pitches on-site - BBQ's are welcome on the hookup area but campfires are not permitted.
We are open from Easter until the end of October. Caravans & campervans without electric hook up £15 per night Caravan & campervan with electric hook up £18 per night Tents per night: £10 per tent £2 per person (2's and under are free) £3 per electric hook up
On The Map
By Car- Turn left off the A148 (3 miles from the Holt roundabout heading towards Cromer or 100m after exit from Bodham coming from Cromer), signposted ‘Weybourne’. After half a mile turn left into Breck Farm.