Causeway Cottage Caravan Park
Causeway Cottage Caravan Park, set in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, this family and dog-friendly holiday park is situated in the heart of the Norfolk Broads with easy access to Norfolk's many attractions.
Causeway Cottage Caravan Park has been welcoming holiday makers to the heart of the Norfolk Broads for many years, whether you like camping in tents, touring caravans, motorhomes or campervans you are sure to find a warm welcome from your resident hosts Trevor and Sue Chaplin.
We have a choice of four static caravans available to hire, one of them is pet friendly so be sure to tell us if you are planning to bring your pets on holiday with you...
Three and four night breaks are also available, please ask for rates.
All statics are non smoking apart from Atlas + 6 child.
Rates inclusive of gas and electricity. All vans have gas or electric fires, cookers, TVs, toilets, showers and fridges that are connected to mains electricity.
Small dogs and cats £20 per week, large dogs £25 per week.
Linen is not provided but can be hired:
Duvet, pillow and covers £4 per person.
Pillow and slip £1 per pillow.
Also for hire when available:
DVD player £5 per week.
Microwave £5 per week.
Tents, tourers and motorhomes are all welcome at Causeway Cottage...
We have many pitches available to suit your needs, electric hook ups are available, pets welcome on agreement with the management at no extra charge. All come with full shower block facilities.
Pitch - £10 per night (£12 July and August)
Walkers and cyclists from £8 per night
Awning - £1 per night
Electric hook up - £2 per night
More than 4 adults - £1 per person per night
Early booking advisable, arrival times by agreement with the management.
The popular Broadland village of Potter Heigham has an excellent stretch of river to explore, daily boat hire available in the village, fishing from the river bank.
The famous medieval bridge gives access to the Upper Thurne, Hickling Broad and Horsey Mere. The banks of the River Thurne at Potter Heigham are lined with waterside bungalows, which can only be accessed by foot or boat. There is the famous Lathams store located here, as well as a couple of pubs, chip-shop, general store and post office.
Good walking and cycling from the door. Hickling Broad for sailing and RSPB reserve, sandy beach and dunes at Winterton-on-Sea, Caister Castle and car museum, Great Yarmouth, Thrigby Wildlife Park. Shops and pubs a stone’s throw away.