We’ve never traveled in the van at this time of year and it’s been slightly more challenging than normal finding open campsites with hardstanding pitches. Lots of sites and attractions are also only open March or April onwards.
After a long perusal of our various guides and online, we eventually decide on a campsite on the Sandringham estate although the house and grounds are closed. On the way we enjoy a fine Sunday roast dinner. The site is picturesque and hurrah there’s a pub within walking distance.
Early evening we take a muddy and pitch black fifteen minute walk to the Babingley Social Club. It was built originally by King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra for the estate workers. Enjoy the free peanuts and a pint and a return forest walk before we end our day with Oceans Eleven.