Situated between Potter Heigham and Acle in the Norfolk Broads, Clippesby Hall Camping and Touring Park has 8 separate areas for you stay, with allocated sites which are pet friendly.
We have a whole group of things to do including Crazy Golf, Bike Hire, Adventure Playgrounds, Woodland Walks,a Coffee Shop and Public House on site, you'll never be bored when staying with us.
If you are looking for Norfolk holiday cottages or Norfolk Broads accommodation, we think Clippesby Hall has something very special to offer. Nationally acclaimed as one of the best places to stay in Norfolk, we welcome walkers, cyclists, birdwatchers and beach lovers as well as those just looking to relax and enjoy the unique Clippesby atmosphere.
Clippesby Hall's award winning touring and camping facilities are spread over 8 distinctive areas, providing you with a choice between more secluded individual pitches set into the natural woodland, and more open, family-oriented lawns, most with electricity connection available.
All of our camping and touring pitches are individually numbered and set around the perimeter of the various areas of the park, ensuring that you and your family have sufficient space to fully enjoy your stay with us. Each pitch has space for you to park your car alongside, with a large car park available for additional vehicles. There is plenty of space between pitches and some interesting little nooks and crannies mean that even in busy periods you can still find a relatively secluded space to call your own.
We have invested in high quality toilet and shower facilities, all centrally heated and providing free, unlimited hot water. One of our shower facilities includes a family bathroom particularly suitable for younger children not yet comfortable using a shower.
A brief guide to our different camping and touring areas is set out below.
The Cedar Lawn is one of our most popular camping and touring areas, spacious, friendly and family-oriented, with plenty of space for the children. Close to the Tree House and the Bewilderwood-style Zip Wire, along with our grass tennis courts, it is a firm favourite with families. All pitches have electricity available, suiting both camping and touring, and are set exclusively around the perimeter of the lawn, most being well-positioned for the sun.
South Park is another more open, family-friendly camping and touring area, with sunny, perimeter pitches, all with electricity available, although it also has several more secluded pitches offering more of a sense of being tucked away. Set mid-way between the swimming pool and our mini-golf course, it is central to most activities taking place around the park.
The Dell is exclusively for camping, with a number of private areas set amongst the woods. Outside of the main holiday periods, it is ideal for couples / adults and tends to be quieter. There is no electricity available in the Dell, and while the camping pitches vary in size, this area is home to the most popular individual tent pitches on the park.
The Heath is an exclusive camping and touring area with just 8 perimeter pitches, all of a good size, set in a natural wooded glade. The area consists of all-weather pitches offering individual water and drainage facilities together with electricity connections. They are away from the hustle and bustle of the main areas of the park, while remaining close to the family bathroom facilities. Good sun is available in this area, and it proves especially popular for those with tents and caravans looking for sun, peace and quiet outside of the main holiday periods.
The Meadow is the newest touring area on the park, designed with motor homes in mind and offering individual water and drainage facilities, together with 16-amp electricity connection and hard standing. With just 9 pitches, this is a quieter area with easy access for larger tourers and is conveniently located for Susie’s Coffee Shop and our main Reception and Information Centre.
The Old Orchard offers woodland pitches tucked away on either side of the winding central pathway, for a mix of tourers and tents. The northern part of this area consists of all-weather pitches offering individual water and drainage facilities together with electricity connections and is the nearest to the children's play area and football pitch, giving it more of a family atmosphere, while the southern section offers more secluded camping pitches, some with an electricity connection.
The Pine Woods remains our dog-free camping and touring area, close to the family bathroom facilities and enjoying a distinctive, slightly more peaceful ambience, with very generous sized pitches suitable for people seeking a little more space. The pitches are set on either side of the crescent shaped track and have a certain rural charm. Electricity is available to all pitches, and most receive good sun.
The Rabbits’ Grove has pitches suitable for touring and camping, and consists of all-weather pitches offering individual water and drainage facilities together with electricity connections. This area has more of a woodland feel compared with the more open parkland of the Cedar Lawn or South Park, courtesy of the mature trees that ensure this area is a haven for wildlife on the park.
Clippesby Hall’s holiday cottages and lodges offer a unique Norfolk Broads holiday experience. Located in the Norfolk Broads National Park, our holiday cottages offer a range of self catering accommodation options, with 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom options. Great for families and couples. Clippesby Hall is a wonderful base to explore the best of Norfolk.
Our extensive facilities include a small outdoor swimming pool, two grass tennis courts, a football pitch, mini-golf, archery courses, two children’s play areas – including a BeWILDerwood-style adventure playground – a tree house in the woods, a games room, cycle trail, bike hire, shop, café, holiday cottages, pine lodges, and our own onsite bar and restaurant.
Please contact us for information and bookings on 01493 367800 or email us via the Contact Button on this page.