Another regional win for Old Brick Kilns, which has long been a firm favourite with Top 100 voters.

Fish for carp, bream, rudd and tench at the wildlife pond that lies at the centre of this pristine park, or head beyond the gates to explore the nearby Norfolk Coast AONB, with its incredible nature reserves, perfect for birdwatching.

If history and architecture are your interests, this area has more than its fair share of spectacular stately homes to visit, to, including Sandringham, Blickling Hall, Houghton Hall and Holkham Hall.

Alternatively, visit the pretty market town of Holt, for its quirky shops, and Letheringsett for the historic working watermill, where you can still buy flour.

For heritage railway enthusiasts, a great way to travel to Holt is by steam train on the North Norfolk Railway, also known as the Poppy Line.

Landscaped gardens and wildflower banks provide a backdrop to the immaculate pitches and the site has its own bore-hole supplying fresh water.

There are four heated wash blocks to choose from and at the site’s hub, a bar/restaurant and a shop, which has an off-licence and supplies groceries and freshly baked morning goods.

You say…

“The site is environmentally interesting, the facilities immaculately clean, and the management flexible and accommodating. We have yet to find a better campsite anywhere.”

In a nutshell: Beautiful natural haven provides the bonus of its own fishing pond.