A149 Dersingham By-Pass
We arrived Sunday 6th August, departed Friday 11th.
The campsite is located on the A149 Dersingham by-pass. The by-pass has a 60mph speed limit, so keep your eye out for the sign else you may miss the turn.
We were in our Berghaus Air 8 with the porch attached, and there was plenty of room on the pitch. Once we had unpacked all of our camping gear, we parked the car off to one side out of the way.
We did a google maps search on the site, and to be honest it is a rather old satellite image and doesn’t reflect todays layout. The above image is from Apple maps, you can see the general layout and where we pitched.
There are very modern facilities for washing/laundry . There is a room for washing up your pots and pans, with hot running water and plenty of sinks. There is also a laundry room with a washer, dryer and an ironing board.
My youngest daughter fell in love with the shower blocks, saying that it was like being at home. She would spend ages in there as it was lovely and warm and they also played the radio/music in there too.
Here are a few photos from our stay.
There is a play area for smaller kids if you have them, and the site is dog friendly to.
Overall the site was very clean, and modern. The only gripe that we had was that it was quite close to the by-pass. The noise from the passing vehicles does spoilt things a little and it can get on your nerves somewhat.
Saying that though, the site very modern, friendly and clean. We had a pitch with electric hookup for the week, however the free site Wi-Fi did struggle to get to the far end of the site where we chose to setup.
The site offered good value for money, and with Sandringham House just a mile up the road as well as plenty of other things to do in the area, it provided a good base for our Norfolk stay.
Here is some of what we got up to during our Norfolk camping trip;