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Help / recommendation needed

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Hi all,

me an Em are going on the first outing in a coup;le of weeks, just 2 nights midweek.

Em has a split disc and can't walk far and is short of energy etc.

I'm looking for a couple of campsites, possibly Lincs / North Norflok, or North / east Yorks ideally with hook up but not essential.

As we can't do the usual and go on long walks / hikes, a bus route or local village / pub would be handy?

the main thing i'm after is a campsite where we will be parked up next to or overlooking the sea / beach, at least for one night.

anything spring to mind?
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Stuffkey in Norfolk. Can't remember the name of the site but a good pub pretty close that does awesome lobster. Also a short drive to Cookey's Crab shop. Mmm
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jamesandtheopenroad wrote:Stuffkey in Norfolk. Can't remember the name of the site but a good pub pretty close that does awesome lobster. Also a short drive to Cookey's Crab shop. Mmm

could it be highsand creek campsite?
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monkeyboysee wrote:
jamesandtheopenroad wrote:Stuffkey in Norfolk. Can't remember the name of the site but a good pub pretty close that does awesome lobster. Also a short drive to Cookey's Crab shop. Mmm

could it be highsand creek campsite?
^^^^ is good with an expensive pub within walking distance, gets busy with lots of kids...
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fullsunian wrote:
monkeyboysee wrote:
jamesandtheopenroad wrote:Stuffkey in Norfolk. Can't remember the name of the site but a good pub pretty close that does awesome lobster. Also a short drive to Cookey's Crab shop. Mmm

could it be highsand creek campsite?
^^^^ is good with an expensive pub within walking distance, gets busy with lots of kids...

should be ok, midweek in term time?

looks good for one of the nights, still fancy a site right against the beach though?
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