Fishermen will love Cobbleacre Lakes which is a 6 fishing lake complex. One of their lakes is a specimen lake with carp up to 36lb and large catfish. Those who are just beginning fishing can try some of their easier waters and use fishing tuition. People have described the fishing on the complex as “simply outstanding”. There are lakes for the specimen hunter and novice angler all housed in one safe complex. It makes an ideal place for relaxing fishing and fishing holidays.
Cobbleacre Lakes specialises in top class fishing, fishing holidays and self-catering caravan holidays in this idyllic part of the country.
They offer fishing holidays in their static self-catering caravans. They also have facilities to accommodate touring caravans and tents that include electric hook-ups.
Their static caravans are all situated just a short distance away from their 6 lakes. Every caravan affords great views of the lakes and the countryside.
Cobbleacre Park’s 8 fully-equipped static caravans are all within easy reach of their 6 lakes. Each caravan features spectacular views of the lakes and the surrounding countryside.
The park has plenty of room to accommodate the largest touring caravan or tent for those who prefer to use their own accommodation.
They also welcome visitors that are not anglers but who are looking for a quiet base from which to explore this peaceful part of the English countryside.
OUT AND ABOUT
Cobbleacre Lakes is located within easy reach of the North Norfolk Coast which is a great area for bird watchers to explore. They are also near the Norfolk Broads which offer a wide variety of leisure activities and attractions that are suitable for all ages.
Just 7 miles away from Cobbleacre Lakes is the historic city of Norwich which surrounds a magnificent castle. Norwich has extensive facilities in addition to many excellent pubs and restaurants.
Within 5 miles of Cobbleacre Lakes there are many local pubs and restaurants. There is a wide variety of establishments, each with something different to offer.
DIRECTIONS (from Norwich)
Head for the A140 (past Norwich Airport) towards Cromer and Aylsham. Pass the Airport on your right and continue on the A140 to-wards Aylsham and Cromer for approximately 7 miles. You will see a sign for Hevingham village on your left hand side and then a pub called ‘The Fox’ on your right, take an immediate left after the pub down ‘The Street’. Follow this road for approximately 800 yards and then take your first left onto ‘Brick Kiln Road’. Follow the road and round the ‘S’ bend. The lakes are on the left approx 100 yards, look out for the sign. Follow the drive through the big white gates and carry on until you come to the Tackle shop.
More details on the Cobbleacre Lakes website
Cobbleacre Lakes & Holidays
Brick Kiln Road