Mayfield’s Farm sits as naturally in the Norfolk landscape as do the works of Thomas Hardy in England’s collective psyche.

  • Relaxed, traditional farm (dogs and barbeque welcome) with generous pitch size.

  • Access to water supply, flushing loos and phone charging facilities.

  • Half an hour’s drive to both Norwich and the North Norfolk coast.

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Occupying grassland perhaps once trodden by Boudicca herself, our traditional grassland farm offers campers the opportunity to sleep, dream, eat and make merry amongst herb-rich pastures. Wake to the songs of birds whose ancestors flew these very fields; the rich, languid call of the blackbird, the insistent stridency of our wrens, the tragic melancholy of the red-breasted one and the ‘P. Diddy! P. Diddy!’ shout of the blue tit.

“Du diffrunt” is a centuries old Norfolk saying and here at Mayfield’s Farm we like to think that we do indeed, do things a little differently. The farm is owned by the Countryside Restoration Trust, and is worked under the Higher Level Stewardship Environmental Scheme, meaning that management decisions are made which prioritise the wellbeing of the soil, wildlife and flora. However, our ethos is also one of generosity of spirit; we absolutely love sharing our pastoral haven and positively welcome our camping guests.

From your pitch, you can set up a barbeque, just take care your dog doesn’t steal your sausages (yes, we welcome dogs). Lay back with your wine (sadly, we don’t have a vineyard. Nice idea though...) and watch the skies of Norfolk darken. Catch the constellations of Aquila, Draco and Cygnus as they fly over you. All you will hear are barn owls, perhaps a fox or deer barking into the dusk and hopefully, your contentment.

You may wish for a slice of something a little faster during your stay with us. Be assured, two pubs are ten minutes away (depending on your mode of transport; foot, car or hot air balloon!), in the achingly beautiful pint-sized but amazingly well-served, market town of Reepham.

Norwich is a thirty minute drive away; a city famous for its castle museum, outdoor market and culture-soaked centre.

Drive thirty minutes in the opposite direction and you will hit the outstanding North Norfolk coast, smattered with villages such as Stiffkey, Cley and Salthouse. Here you will find pubs, restaurants, live music, museums, galleries and delicatessens but also peace and isolation should that be your vibe. The coast is internationally acknowledged as a sanctuary to birds and seals; sea-boat trips can be accessed in the villages of Blakeney and Morston.

The small port town of Wells-next-the-Sea, mentioned in the Doomsday Book, offers a rich hamperful of traditional seaside delights from eating fish and chips on the quay to buying crab-hooks and playing arcade games. Or perhaps grab an espresso and croissant and eat a breakfast watching the boats and the sun wake up.

One of the best things about making your home with us here at Mayfield’s is you have such a choice of things to do and each option is within easy striking distance of your pitch. The only hard part is, which one to choose? However, there’s always tomorrow…

See you soon!

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Bookings are made directly with the Mayfields staff or via this website