Pentney Park is open all year round and is ideally situated for exploring East Anglia. You will never be stuck for something to do with so many attractions, places of interest and lovely countryside to explore.
This family-run park offers guests a friendly welcome and aims for high standards in cleanliness, service and attention. Pentney Park has been awarded 4 Stars by the Tourist Board.
Pentney Park has an indoor pool and a gym as well as a lovely heated outdoor pool.
The site allows dogs and has a specified area on-site for them with many great walks close by that you can take your pet on.
The owners are experienced caravanners themselves and they aim to provide the highest standards of cleanliness and personal service. They give particular attention to every pitch. They are all individually marked out and most of them provide mains electric hook-up. There are a number of pitches that are set in the woodland. Many of the pitches are suitable for year round use.
Pentney Park also has a range of 2 and 3 bedroom lodge style accommodations and timber lodges for hires. All of their accommodations are well-appointed and are perfect for year round holidays.
The park allows for easy access to the county of Norfolk because they are situated in the heart of it. Just 12 miles away is the royal Sandringham Estate and you can easily reach the historic cities of Norwich and Cambridge by car.
No matter what you are interested in there is something that will interest you in Norfolk. The coastline goes from historic King's Lynn to the bright lights of Great Yarmouth. There are miles of sandy beaches for visitors to discover and enjoy. You will find some of the most unspoilt countryside and inland waterways at Broadland. It makes the perfect setting for walking, cycling, wind surfing, fishing and boating of all types. You can hire a boat for a day and take a trip on a paddle steamer on the Broads which is just a short trip away.
The local area's best attractions include Bewilderwood's treetop adventure for kids, the traditional seaside amusements at Great Yarmouth and Hunstanton and nostalgic steam train rides on the Bure Valley Railway. There are also many picturesque villages and ancient churches in Norfolk. In Norwich there is a lovely cathedral that is well worth a visit. Norwich is also notable for its local shopping centres for those who enjoy a bit of retail therapy.
Visit the Pentney Park website for further information
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