Just one week left now of the summer holidays, here's a 'snapshot' of what has been going on for the last few weeks.
The campsite has been fully booked from the start of the school holidays. One of our younger guests has recently carried out a survey which shows that tents seem to be more popular than caravans on site this year - thank you Merri for doing this, it was very interesting.
Our next availability for pitches is the 2nd of September, so there is still time to get a few days away before school starts again. Or, if you fancy a break in one of our cottages or lodges, take a look at our 'Offers Page' where you will find details of which properties we have available.
It has been lovely to see some of your holidays photographs posted on our facebook page, please keep adding them and we will choose some to use as our cover page.
John has been working hard on his garden all summer, he now provides the Muskett Arms and the Coffee Shop with flowers and salad and the chickens are laying enough eggs for Sue to use when she baking the cakes - as food miles go, you can't get much more local than that!
Also this summer we had the arrival of 12 geese which are living in the walled garden.
Ben and Malc have been busy keeping the park looking smart, the new 'all weather' pitches have been a real bonus this year especially during the early part of the season when it was wet. We've got plans to add more in the Heath during the winter.
Brandan has been looking after the cycle hire this year, helping get people out and about in the Broads, mending punctures & doing repairs and giving advice on routes and days out.
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We are all starting to look forward to our 'Beer Festival' weekends, which are held on 14th & 15th and 21st & 22nd September - there are a very limited number of pitches left and only a couple of cottages, so if you fancy joining us, give the booking office a call on 01493 367800 - with lots of local ales and ciders to try, along with family entertainment, it is always a really relaxed and fun weekend for the whole family (not just dad!)