A lovely caravan, well equipped with everything you could need while on holiday, including a few games, toys and Dvds for the children which were perfect to amuse them while we were unpacking! We cooked every meal in the caravan and made packed lunches there, we were impressed that it really was like home from home in the kitchen not just all the utensils you need but having a dishwasher and a freezer makes such a difference when you've got young children.
The complimentary sausages, wine and milk were a nice touch (and very yummy). The farm was lovely and quiet with space for the children to run around and fly there kite etc. They loved feeding the pigs, meeting the sheep snd petting the dog and cat.
Location wise the farm is perfect for trips to the beach. Wallcot is 5 mins
Drive away has free on road parking, a sandy beach perfect for sandcastles, an ice cream parlour, chip shop,a shop selling buckets and spades etc and toilets just across the road. We also visited cromer which has a pier and arcades etc and bewilderwood that is only about 25 min drive way (great for kids aged about 3-12). Happisburgh has a lighthouse (it wasn't open when we went but seems to be open on Sundays during holiday season), there was a lovely playground with a zip wire and a large beach with rocks to explore. On the way home we stopped at pleasurewood hills which is about an hours drive away and a goid family day out.
The family who run the farm are very friendly and welcoming; we really enjoyed chatting to them and learning about a working farm. We hope to stay again in the future and would highly recommend it if you are looking for a quiet family break away.
The accommodation was as described, clean and comfortable. The location is quiet, away from the village and ideal if you do not like the idea of a chalet park. The only negative was the walk to the village and beach, along a single track road, which, with a 4.5 year old, was a bit too far, but not a problem for adults. Didn't get to the bottom of the strange background noises, presumably from the gas terminal, but they didn't bother us. The sausages, milk and wine, left for us when we arrived, were very welcome (the sausages wer delicious) and all in all we all have a lovely few days.
This property stands alone with only the farmhouse for company .While it is a farm the only animals we saw from the caravan were a few sheep .The pigs are clearly a fair way off .Well we never saw heard or smelt them .The caravan is sighted at the rear of the farm house it has views towards the church which stands high above and just behind the farmers field. Where a few sheep graze .The decking faces the sea arose the same open field .In land you do see a large gas station which does impact the area but only in terms of views inland in one direction .The friendly welcome and large open caravan with comfortable modern internal sitting room ,two fair size bedrooms with good beds nice size double and a twin room .There is s shower room with fully enclosed shower and other facilities .The master bedroom also benefits from a on suite toilet .There is good storage space in the bedrooms .In the kitchen that is fairly open plan with the lounge there is also more that enough storage and also everything you could need to prepare meals .The welcome pack of a bottle of wine and some sausages from the farm was a lovely touch .the farmer (David )also found a few gluten free for my wife .This accommodation is well placed for trips to Cromer and Great Yarmouth and has many miles of clean beautiful beaches to explore .Bacton itself has a nice cafe that my wife used .A small supermarket, a fish a chippy ,Chinese restaurant eat in or take away.A few pubs and can be accessed by road or by taking the short walk up to the Church which is well worth a visit .Out of the church yard there is a very good path taking you down to the coast and the small!town or large village of Bacton.