We have a wide range of caravans for sale. Click here to find out more…

We have a wide range of caravans for hire. Click here to find out more…

We have a lovely beach-side bungalow for hire. Click here to find out more…

Welcome to Seaview Caravan Park

Seaview Caravan Park has a prominent position on the cliff top at East Runton in beautiful North Norfolk. It is a small, family owned and managed park that is the perfect holiday destination.

Panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and coast can be enjoyed from most parts of the two and a half acre caravan park. From the entrance there is access down to a beautiful sandy beach, which is situated between the blue flag resorts of Cromer and Sheringham. Rock pools are revealed at low tide providing entertainment spotting and netting all manner of sea creatures. A small fishing fleet operates from East Runton catching the famous Cromer crabs. Holiday makers of all ages are fascinated to see the boats occasionally launched and recovered on the beach.

We have twelve luxury caravans which are available to hire, we also have some dog friendly caravans for accepted breeds. They are equipped and prepared to a high standard to ensure a comfortable stay. Please see the caravans for hire section for further details and also read the comments that people have made about their holidays. Most of our customers return to Seaview year after year.

Our holiday hire season starts on the 1st March through to 15th January for selected winterised caravans and our holiday cottage.

For holiday home ownership our open season is from 1st March to 31st October, with the opportunity to take advantage of our new winter season extension open until 15th January.

Imagine being able to take a holiday whenever you please in this stunning location, or simply for a relaxing weekend by the sea (within our open season). Have you ever considered owning your own caravan?

For holiday static caravan ownership please visit our caravans for sale page, to view our latest offers.

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