Little Barney Lane, Barney,m Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 0NL
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Visit Heydon’s Meadow, our Caravan and Motorhome Club certified luxury site, for members only.
Heydon’s Meadow consists of 5 hard-standing pitches with fresh & waste water, electric and TV hook-ups. Each pitch is divided by gardens and beech hedging and has a picnic bench, perfect for those seeking a little more privacy.
This area also has luxury washrooms with underfloor heating. The washrooms accommodate showers, toilets and washbasins as well as hand and hair dryers.
Positioned in pleasant undulating countryside, the Park is ideally placed to cover an area embracing the long sandy beaches and nature reserves of the North and West Norfolk coasts, the Royal home of Sandringham, the unique Lavender Farm at Heacham, the beautiful Cathedral City of Norwich, Blickling Hall, Houghton Hall…
We have several hardstanding drive-on pitches suitable for motorhomes. The Park, which has a tranquil rural atmosphere, is mostly sheltered, divided into woody pockets and open areas. It features a delightful wildlife pond, landscaped garden areas and natural wildflower bankings…
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The Camping Meadow
The camping meadow has grass pitches with electric hook-up (except for three) and is accessible by car and a gently sloping walkway,
suitable for wheelchairs, directly opposite the restaurant.
We are very proud of our “David Bellamy Gold Conservation” and “Honey-Bee Friendly Park” Awards; on a recent inspection by one of its assessors, the park was referred to as a “bird-watchers paradise”. A new bird hide was constructed in 2014 on the edge of the conservation area of the park, using sustainable larch. It measures 2.2 x 3.6m with rainwater channelled off the roof to feed a small wildlife pond, which in the spring is full of tadpoles and newts. The hide contains information on all the birds that can be seen here such as tree creepers, barn and tawny owls, as well as the regulars to the bird table, which include woodpeckers, green finches, gold finches and more, we’ve even had a kingfisher spotted on the fishing pond!