3 bed, 8 berth mobile home near outdoor pool with oil filled radiators. Emerald rated.
Entry into kitchen and open plan lounge/diner.
Lounge with TV, Freeview, gas fire, double sofa bed and dining area.
Kitchen with full sized oven/hob, microwave and fridge with freezer compartment.
Family shower room with toilet and wash basin.
Bedroom 1 - Master with double bed and storage.
Bedroom 2 - Twin with single beds and storage.
Bedroom 3 - Twin with single beds and storage.
Outside furniture to enjoy use of.
Parking near to the accommodation.
*Well behaved pets allowed - charges apply.
Additional extras such as - bed linen, early check in, late check out and pets (for pet friendly accommodations) can be added to a booking for additional charges. The charges are visible and the extras can be added at time of checkout if booking directly with us.
THINGS TO BEAR IN MIND
Park Facilities and Entertainment Passes
Please note that park entertainment passes are NOT included in the cost of accommodation. These need to be purchased from the reception at the park on arrival.
Park facilities and entertainments are generally closed towards the end of October until the following Spring.
No commercial or sign written vehicles, including transit vans and trailers are permitted at this park
Wild duck holiday park
Set in beautiful woodlands, an ideal park for those looking for a more relaxed holiday
Out in the woods, in between the Norfolk Broads and a country village is where you’ll find Wild Duck Holiday Park. The secluded woodland setting sets it apart from other holiday parks in the region and it’s still less than 5 miles from the sea. As soon as you drive in you are amongst the trees, with open grassy areas opening up on the left, splashy fountains and lakes directly ahead and the entertainment piazza further off to the right.
The piazza itself is a relatively new development with a footbridge over the stream leading into an open space at the centre of the pool, shop, restaurants and ShowBar. At the far end, a pedestrian (and duck) crossing takes you over the road to the multi-sports court, playground and sports range, which serves as both the park’s archery range and fencing hall.
The park is situated right by the edge of the picturesque Norfolk Broads, a protected National Park. The waterways here are best explored from the water and there’s no shortage of river cruises and boat hires that’ll let you discover it all, a little bit more each time you come to stay.
The nearest beach is at Gorleston-on-Sea just under 5 miles away, but if you go a little further north you can just as easily reach the seafront at Great Yarmouth. Not only does this town have its own permanent-built circus arena (the only one left in the UK) but you can also visit the Sea Life Centre, the local horse racing course, the golf course and ride all the rides and roller-coasters at the pleasure beach.