Local Amenities

Decide whether to head north, south, east or west to find glorious beaches, charming coastal villages, nature reserves, the fine city of Norwich, market towns galore, historic houses, ancient castles, The Broads. Not forgetting gastronomes, there are local breweries, distilleries, and award-winning farm shops with an extensive choice of delicious fare produced in Norfolk.

Pubs, tearooms & takeaways


The Brisley Bell, Brisley 2021 Great British Pub of the Year 500m

Multi award winning 17th century village inn and restaurant with large stunning garden.

The Old Dairy, Stanfield 1 mile

Artisan food producers and cafe, serving & selling delicious food and drinks.

Kings Head, Elmham 2.2 miles

Serving food and drink with a garden and front terrace. 

New Inn, Beetley 3.4 miles

Pub serving excellent Thai food to eat in or take away.

Elmham Tea Post, Elmham 2.5miles

Delightful cafe in N Elmham serving daily specials, breakfasts, lunches, cakes and snacks.

The Railway Arms, Elmham 3 miles

Highly rated and popular food and real ale pub.

1B The Chippy, Elmham 3 miles

Strongly recommended Fish & chips, and freshly baked pizzas.

The Bull, Litcham 4.9 miles

A pub with so much history, serving food and drink with a garden and front terrace.

Footpaths


There are numerous fabulous walks through open countryside, woodlands, farmyards, small villages, past historic buildings and much more. Just step out of the gate, in any direction, to start your adventure.

A local map is provided to visitors but it is advisable to use an Ordnance Survey map to view the extensive footpath routes accessible directly from the site. Many of the walks appear in local guide books and on the village website

Brisley Common 500m

With acres of Common to explore, a haven for wildlife along with cattle and sheep grazing freely, you may get no further.

Brisley Amenity Land 500m

Picnic area, dog walks and an abundance of wildlife achieving a Highly Commended Bio-Diversity award.

Amenity Woodland 500m

A woodland of native British trees open for walking all year round. 

Footpath at Old Hall Farm 1 mile

Part of one of the many circular routes directly accessed from the site.

On your bike


There are some fabulous routes for cycling on and off-road with lots of quiet country lanes and byways along with opportunities for a cuppa and a slice of cake on the way.

Location

Big Sky Caravan Site, Hall Farm, Church Street, Brisley, NR20 5AA

Get in touch

[email protected]
+ 44 (0) 7818 074 814

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