We love a staycation, in fact we staycation all the time! The last time we went aboard was 2015, so having to holiday in the UK was a shock to the system for some this summer, but not for us.
We were however gutted when we had to rearrange our Cornwall holiday to Cromer, Norfolk. Now being honest I wasn’t looking forward to visiting Norfolk as every time we go to Norfolk it rains, and not just a drizzle! But what’s a good old British staycation without a good old downpour.
Due to pandemic we found a lot of places fully booked as everywhere had to be pre booked, but we still managed to keep the kids entertained throughout the week.
Here is what we got up to over the week…
East and West Runton Beach
Our campsite was sited on the cliffs edge, bang in the middle of these beaches. The beaches were a 10 minutes’ walk, and both easily accessible from the campsite.
West Runton is said to be the best beach for rock pooling in Norfolk and also one of few beaches which is great for fossil hunting, which keep the littlest occupied for hours.
On our last evening we headed to East Runton Beach and made a campfire. This was absolute bliss and an evening to remember.