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Breckland Meadows Touring Park
Small and friendly or farm style campsite
|Swaffham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, PE37 7PT|
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Open from Jan to Dec
|A small but immaculate caravan park situated on the edge of the historic market town of Swaffham with its shops, pubs and restaurants all within a ten minute walk away.|
January, February, November & December
£15.50 per night
March & October
£14.00 per night
Main Season and Bank Holidays
April, May, June, July, August & September
£17.00 per night
62m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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It’s November, and we chose this lovely little site because it’s close enough to town to walk to in about 14 minutes.View all reviews by cshel
We’re in our moho and enjoying a mild spell.
The pitches are almost flat, and gravelly, with EHU and TV aerials and free wifi.
The washrooms are new, warm and well laid out, and there’s a little shop with books and DVDs to borrow/exchange.
Go and visit Castle Acre priory (and castle), Gooderstone water gardens, Oxburgh Hall, Castle Rising, Sandringham, and Swaffham market town.
UPDATE: Low Season price is £15:50
Very handy for an ovenightstop. All facilities except grey water dump for a MH. Slight over night traffic noise, it is fairly near the A47, but not intrusive. Very friendly owner. Great for Swaffham or passing on.View all reviews by martyn78
Great little site, quite a few pitches on here and some people who are permies. But good location for a walk to Swaffham, There is no footpath from the entrance for about 200m, the road is a 40mph limit and actually didn't have a great deal of traffic on the evenings we walked down. There is a verge there, but it would be very muddy if there was a good rainfall.View all reviews by jeannettec
Entrance is not very clearly marked on the A47 into Swaffham and it's easily missed, the satnav was taking us a little further beyond to the start of the houses, so be careful when approaching.
Great loos, but the water was not super-hot, although very clean and tidy.
Also, for motorhomes, there was no waste point. Not sure what the advice would be, but we were fine for two days.
A fantastic adults only site. Immaculate facilities, friendly owners and within walking distance of Swaffham town centre.View all reviews by arunfield
Visited with MH. Pitches all ok being a mix of seasonal and touring. Levelling blocks required as slightly sloping. Facilities excellent apart from absence of dedicated MH waste point. There is some road noise but not overly intrusive. Very good access to Swaffam along footpath on disused railway line and then cutting through houses along footpath by road. Railway footpath a little muddy (time of year) and strewn with rubbish - can't blame site but a pity as spoils a pleasant walk. Extension of road footpath to site entrance would solve this problem. Owners really friendly and very helpful. Swaffam a nice little town with plenty of shops, pubs (not dog friendly), and places to eat. Overall a very pleasant 3 night stay and look forward to re-visiting in the future.View all reviews by baileyboy
Nice little site, very friendly and a small shop for the things you run out of although stocks have understandably run down 1st week in January. TV cables are available but we got a perfect signal on our status aerial. Wash room/toilets are excellent and one of the best we've been to. Ideal as a stop over or a weekend break. About a 3/4 mile walk into Swaffham where there are supermarkets pubs restaurants shops etc.View all reviews by wallynnette
This is a smashing little site and great for dogs - there is a walk into Swaffham via a disused railway line, and Swaffham itself has a good range of shops and cafes. The site facilities are good, and the attitude very laid back - Andy is really friendly! We paid £14 per night for our three night stay in December, great value for money, and I can imagine this site being very popular in summer. Recommended!View all reviews by andypk