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Self-Catering in Cromer

Woodhill Park, Cromer, Norfolk

Woodhill Park
Cromer Road
East Runton


NR27 9PX | View map
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Located in a breathtaking clifftop location Woodhill Park has magnificent views of the coastline and surrounding countryside. Sit back and relax and take in this inspiring natural landscape.

Luxurious self catering caravan holiday homes, many of which overlook the sea. Each has central heating, TV & barbecue. Linen is supplied.

Woodhill specialises in touring and camping, with a range of multi-service and electric pitches and toilet and cleansing facilities. Enjoy fantastic views of the surrounding coast and countryside.

Woodhill Park has everything you’d expect to make your stay enjoyable and comfortable. On site we have a small shop and launderette and our large recreation field has a petanque court, tennis nets, football goalposts and crazy golf. We also have a play area which has a sandpit, swings and assault course - we even have a giant chess and draughts board!

The park is an ideal base from which to explore all of the natural and man-made attractions to be found in the beautiful and unspoilt county of Norfolk. And at the end of the day, you can return to the peaceful surroundings and comfort of Woodhill Park.


Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Stars
Unit Type: Caravans
Nearest Major Town: Cromer
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