Campsite of the Year - Heart of England Winner

2017
Winner's Name: 
The Old Brick Kilns

Campsite of the Year - Heart of England Winner

Located between Fakenham and Holt and just eight miles from the beautiful sandy beaches on the north Norfolk coast, Old Brick Kilns is a secluded and tranquil park approached via a quiet, leafy country lane. The 13-acre park, set on three levels, is surrounded by many mature trees and divided into shady wooded glades and sunny open areas. Excellent, well-planned toilet facilities can be found in two beautifully appointed blocks.  There are 60 spacious, all-weather hardstanding pitches, and several are suitable for larger motorhomes. Kate Dyas and David Moore bought the park in 2014 and have made significant improvements, including refurbishing Barney’s Restaurant and Bar, upgrading many of the hardstandings, improving the drainage across the park, and developing the on-site shop, which now offers freshly baked bread and croissants. Children have a giant chess set, an excellent fenced play area and a TV and games room to keep them amused.

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