A quiet family-run caravan and camping site situated on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast with stunning sea and woodland views.
Open from Easter to the end of September…(Moll’s Meadow until end of October)
From The Sunday Times, March 29, 2009:
Part of the beauty of this large, gently rolling site is that it has gorgeous views of the sea, with the beach at East Runton —pebbly, with great rock pools — a short walk down the hill and through the village.
There’s a play area and space for football. The sugary thrills of Cromer are within walking distance: the old-fashioned seaside town is packed with amusement arcades, charity shops, fish-and-chip parlours and cafés full of old ladies enjoying tea and cake.”
Recent Reviews from our guests at Manor Farm
Mick_a_bailey, April 2013
Visited from 29/04 to 02/05, staying in Molls Meadow. Can’t fault the place, easy to find, excellent pitches, plenty of space and great views.
The amenity block is superb, lots of showers, toilets and sinks. Light and spacious. Showers could do with a bit longer on the push timer, but the warmth and strength are great. Very clean at all times. Short easy walk into Cromer, shorter and just as easy walk to the nearby CO-OP and Morrisons. East Runton and its beach, only 25 minute walk. Easy walk to Cromer straight down the track and Sandy Lane. Try the Bella Vista restaurant on the front overlooking the pier, great food and great views. Staff very welcoming, and efficient. Did not book but would recommend it on busy periods, great prices and facilities.”
Gedlodge, August 2012
Fantastic family campsite with great views, especially for the Cromer Carnival, Red Arrows and fireworks display.
Facilities were excellent with good shower block and taps in various points of the fields. Kept very clean considering the high volume of families in August. Play areas for children and safe campsite for children to allow them to ride bikes. No shop on site but two supermarkets either a very short drive or not too long a walk. Plenty of beaches to choose from.
Only disappointment was the freezing facilities for the ice blocks. Freezer not very efficient and did not freeze blocks well at all. And as upright without inner drawers or doors with the large amount of ice blocks in there it was a bit of a Raiders of the Lost Ark challenge whenever you went in to hunt for your blocks.
Hasn’t put us off as booked again for 2013 and buying a powered coolbox.
Loved this campsite and the area.”
Chalkypilot, August 2012
We managed to secure the very last serviced pitch here for this weekend, and were so glad that we did. This is a wonderful site, tucked away in the Norfolk countryside and yet so near to Cromer and Sheringham.
We stayed in Moll’s Meadow, which is the field for dog owners (which we’re not, but that didn’t matter). We had a great pitch with distant sea views, close to EHU, toilet and shower facilities just a short walk away. Facilities were clean and spacious.
Despite being full, the site never felt crowded or noisy, and the facilities weren’t overloaded. It’s a pleasant 20 minute walk to Cromer for supermarkets, shops, pubs and restaurants and the short train journey from here to Sheringham is worth the trip.
Wish we could have stayed here longer. So there’s nothing for it – we’ll just have to go back!”