Last weekend Ed and I decided to go camping again while the weather was half-decent. Ed's dad recommended a campsite not far from the north Norfolk coast which he said was very quiet. Having always pitched in fairly established and relatively popular campsites, we were unsure about what to expect. Clay Pit Farm was pretty much untraceable in the virtual world but our satnav Jane got us there alright.
There is plenty to do and see in Norfolk. Our itinerary involved visiting a variety of National Trust sites and properties and there are plenty of those in Norfolk. We visited Blicking Hall(picture), Felbrigg Hall, Oxburgh Hall. All stately homes in the same region yet very different from each other. Oxburgh Hall was my favourite and it reminded me of Baddesley Clinton in Warwickshire. Both properties have a Catholic history with secret hiding places for visiting priests.
We are definitely coming back here again and hopefully camping at Clay Pit Farm. If you want their details, drop me a line or look in the Camping & Carvanning Club Book.