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View our wide range of caravan sites, holiday homes and campsites in Norfolk to find your ideal holiday destination. Caravan Sitefinder has information on activities and camping in Norfolk that will be of great use when you plan your holiday.
Searles Leisure Resort is perfectly situated a mere 200metres from some of Norfolk’s most amazing beaches, and is an exceptional holiday retreat for younger and older generations.Searles is a family park filled with fun, and you are even allowed to bring along your favourite pets!
One certainty when you visit Searles is that you are unlikely to get bored. The park itself is full of activities, ranging from swimming and bicycle hire for active individuals, to golf and bowls for those who are looking to enjoy a more relaxing experience in the heart of Norfolk.
Searles has been open for over 50 years, and during that time has emerged to become one of the most popular and well-visited camping sites in Norfolk.Searles offers pitches to travellers looking to stay in a tent or their own motorhome, and also offers a range of their own owned holiday homes and chalets for hire. If you visit the park and enjoy it so much that you would like to make camping in Norfolk your regular break, then Searles has a range of motorhomes and chalets available for you to buy.
The holiday park is situated in the town of Hunstanton, a small, traditional town where visitors are always made to feel welcome, whether they are visiting the beach or taking in a picnic on the town’s green. The rest of the north Norfolk coast, as well as the popular town of King’s Lynn, is also within easy reach, so if the beauty of Searles and the surrounding area is not enough for you, you have the option of exploring a number of other beautiful beaches, or even taking in some shopping.
Searles offers a range of family-friendly entertainment throughout the daytime as well as the evening, meaning that whether you decide to enjoy an ‘on site’ retreat or explore the local area, you will never be short of something to do.
Breydon Water Holiday Park, near Burgh Castle, a village in Norfolk, is situated just a few miles from Great Yarmouth and within the Broads National Park.
Breydon Water is pet friendly and divided into 2 village-like areas with a country lane joining the two. For family fun with an outdoor pool, a children’s play area and Waterside Restaurant choose Yare Village. For those who are seeking a quieter relaxing spot with manicured grounds and an indoor pool choose Bure Village instead. You need not feel separated as guests are encouraged to make use of the facilities at both Villages. Yare is the site for all of the nightly entertainment, which can range from comedy to live music and discos, and all guests are invited!
Breydon Water welcomes touring caravans and tents on fully serviced pitches that include electric hook-up and water. A range of holiday homes, well maintained and fully-equipped, are also available for hire.
Burgh Castle, the site of several Roman forts constructed as a defence against raiders in ancient times, is a ruin with thee massively built stone walls still intact and is freely open to the public. Burgh Castle is also rich in bird, animal and plant life and stands within a constantly changing climate and coastline.
Venturing further afield to Great Yarmouth make sure to spend an afternoon at the Time and Tide museum. Located inside a former fish smoking factory alongside the medieval walls of Great Yarmouth, you will discover a most wonderful atmosphere on a reconstructed street of the old town and a distinct aroma of smoked herring inside the smoke room.
Intriguing for children and also fascinating for adults, Merrivale Model Village will delight you all with its quality gardens, miniature village and model trains and many interactive buttons that produce various sounds.