Incleboro Fields Caravan Club Site nestles snugly in a handsome hillside area of 21 acres and is terraced to offer some spectacular views of the sea. There are also some inland facing woodland pitches should you prefer a little green and quiet tranquillity. The caravan park is a splendid place for a holiday with plenty of woodland and coastal landscapes to explore. In summer the blooming wild flowers never fail to impress visitors.Open from:
Hillside Shire Horse Sanctuary
Bure Valley Railway
Temple Seal Trips and Blakeney Point
bars, restaurants, shops
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Lancs 24 Oct 2008
We spent a week at Incleboro fields in August and it is a lovely site, it is a little hilly in places and the approach through the golf course needs care but these are just minor disadvantages that are far outweighed by the advantages
it is a large site with some 260 grass pitches some of which are set on terraces which gives the impression of a much smaller site, further round the site towards the children’s play area it is far more open, there are also a small number of serviced pitches available at a small supplement each with water and waste connections, there are 4 toilet blocks 2 of which have laundry facilities , the reception doubles as a small shop selling the usual necessities and next door is a information room with suggestions to help plan your stay.
When we were there a fish and chip van called twice a week and an ice cream man went round the site nightly.
It’s a short walk into West Runton which has a Good pub which serves food there is also a post office and general store and a green grocer and a butcher, there is also a very well stocked camping and caravan accessories shop for those little things you may have forgotten.
The railway station is near the site entrance if you don't want to use the car and the bus stops in the village
There are some lovely walks from the site, we walked both to Sheringham and to Cromer and there are some great views from the top of Incleboro hill.
We had a great time there and it's high on the list of places we will happily return to.
Incleboro Fields, Cromer, Norfolk