This excellent Park nestles on the Mundesley cliffs affording panoramic views of the sea and coastline, ideally situated for visiting North Norfolk's interesting amenities. Norfolk Broads National Park is fifteen minutes drive, Sheringham, Gt. Yarmouth, Cromer, the ancient City of Norwich are all within easy reach.
This quiet family operated park has been owned for twenty seven years by the current family, who've principally operated the park to offer holiday homes to families wishing to enjoy their own Caravan.
Museum of The Broads
Cromer Treasure Trail
shops, restaurants, bars/pubs
Based on 4 review(s)
Cambridge 30 Aug 2012
Hi all This is a loveley site and can recommend it the pitches are a bit on the slope and you need to level up your caravan or motorhome There is a down side the wind can get very strong and awnings can get damaged we have just got through our 3rd awning it would help if it was put on the sandygulls website about the winds if you want to put up a awning by having this on the website would help everyone planning to come to the site and save money on awnings that can be exspensive to us all it has not stopped us coming here still as we are now planning to go for a pop up gazebo instead of a awning so be aware of the winds and put the awnings up at your risk
NORFOLK 30 Jun 2011
BEAUTIFUL SITE, BREATHTAKING VIEWS. DECENT SHOWER AND TOILET FACILITIES. A WARM WELCOME ON ARRIVAL. DOGS WELCOME AT NO EXTRA COST.ALSO AWNINGS ARE NO EXTRA COST. T.V. HOOK UP PROVIDED FREE, SO EXCELLENT TV RECEPTION. DIRECT ACCESS TO DOG FRIENDLY ALL YEAR ROUND BEACH.(WHICH YOU OFTEN HAVE TO YOURSELF).ADULT ONLY SITE, SO PEACE PREVAILS ! WE WILL BE RETURNING AS OFTEN AS POSSIBLE. LOVELY HOLIDAY
Yorkshire 28 Nov 2010
Myself and my wife have visited ths site every year for the last ten years,We have never had any problems of any kind the site is on the coastal cliffs offering the best views of the coast line and sea.It is an adult only site and that makes it very quiet and peacefull
20 Feb 2008
Well, it's impossible to ever get to stay here, because each time we ring, we get voicemail and when we do leave messages for someone to ring us back, no one rings us back! So, we go elsewhere within Norfolk