We have bikes in the boot, so aren't limited to walking distance, and of course we don't have the limitation of an oversize vehicle. But the idea of paying £300 per month for parking in a windy field doesn't really appeal.
This isn't a site, though, is it? It's just a field with a tap and a shower. There are a few free places to stay on that coast, the nearest about 100 metres away.
Is this place still open? I've heard of a dispute with the local council, pity if true.
The Hill House in Happisburgh is good and has a beer festival each year.
It is 21st to 25th June this year and called the Summer Solstice Beer Festival.
Easy walk along the cliff top from Walcot.
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We've stayed on the road during the day, but there is a lot of traffic including trucks; usually spend the night in Bacton woods.
If he is staying open all year, I would be interested in stopping on the site in winter when the cod are in.
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