Incleboro Fields is just outside Cromer and is one of The Caravan Club’s larger sites at 21 acres and 250 pitches. It has been with the Club well over 50 years but even after all this time it is easy to see that it used to be a golf course. The fairways and the greens form a number of bespoke mini sites and with the varying levels it is an interesting and surprisingly intimate site despite its size.
Access is by a long and narrow lane which threads its way through a lovely and very active golf course – the consequence of which is to urge Caravan Club members not to arrive before 1pm in order to avoid congestion. On one side is the National Trust property of Felbrigg Hall and on the other is the golf club, club house and a hotel. (I had an excellent evening meal in the club house which is open to all and overlooks the first tee. Almost unbelievable but in fact true, it was to this course that a young Gary Player came to work when he moved from South Africa as an almost unknown professional player.)
It is a lovely site maintained as you expect to the highest standards and I have just returned home from there having soaked up a lot of sun in this glorious weather. You have never seen an awning unwound and ready to go as quickly as mine on arrival on Thursday evening. Wonderful.