Another win for Old Brick Kilns is testament to the whole team’s hard work and continuing pursuit of excellence. Located eight miles from the coast and beautifully laid out, with open spots and more intimate woodland areas, this is a beautiful setting covering 13 acres of grounds.
The camp sits around a small fishing lake, which is home to ducks and geese on the surface and carp, bream, rudd and tench below the waterline.
The park has received many awards for conservation and attracts plenty of feathered visitors, including woodpeckers, greenfinches and goldfinches – the perfect place for a spot of birdwatching.
Old Brick Kilns is divided into an adults-only section, a five-pitch Certificated Site and the family zone. Pitches are all-weather and half are super-pitches, but some are reached by going across grass.
Reception doubles as a shop and the restaurant/bar next door is popular with locals as well as guests.
Further afield are the many attractions of the north Norfolk coast, the pretty town of Holt and several stately homes and nature reserves.
“Location great, campsite great, facilites great.” “Everything about this site was superb. The facilities were immaculate. The staff were superb and the restaurant first-class in every respect. Outstanding.”
“It was quiet, scenic and beautifully kept. Facilities were spotless and the restaurant fantastic.”
“Our favourite. Peaceful, spacious, beautifully maintained.”
Our favourite. Peaceful, spacious, beautifully maintained
- Disabled Access
- Dog Friendly
- Electric Hook Up
- Sanitary Block(s)
- Serviced Pitches
- Touring Pitches
- Allow Rallies
- Chalets - Rented
- Chemical Disposal Point
- Children's Play Area(s)
- Holiday Homes - Owned
- Holiday Homes - Rented
- LPG Stockist
- Motorhome Pitches
- Take Away Food
- Tent Pitches
- Visitor Parking
- Washing Up Facilities
- Water Hook Ups
Take A148 Cromer Road from Fakenham.
After 6 miles (approx) fork right on to B1354 signed Melton Constable
In 200 yards turn right – signpost Barney
1/3 mile take first left – Little Barney Lane
Park at end of lane – 3/4 mile (approx).