It is common for campers to hire out a pitch at a campsite. But, Rita and Damo went against the grain. By staying in lay-bys, beaches and car parks, they had a true traveller experience.
Their first stop was at Red Hill Nature Reserve near Louth in Lincolnshire. Rita noted how peaceful the reserve was. There were also free toilets for public use. If you are in the area, then make sure you check out the stunning views of the yellow fields of Lincolnshire.
On their second stop, Rita and Damo decided to stop over at Snettisham Beach. With free parking in front of the beach, it was ideal for to stop for a night in our T2 vintage campervan. Norfolk’s only west facing beach offers plenty of opportunity to experience the coast, with ample walking routes in the area too.
Thirdly, the pair then stayed in Norfolk and decided to drive to East Runton Beach. Located near the popular seaside resort of Cromer, the beach is a popular surf spot. Perfect in tribute to VW camper-van culture and history. Rita alluded to the picturesque landscape in the area and in particular, the cliffs. As a result, Cromer is a popular spot for hikers.
Rita and Damo had a great time in Ruby and would highly recommend the Norfolk coast for a great traveller experience. They found it easy to park up and found places to stay the night with relative ease. Overall, life on the road treated them both well.
Ruby was built in 1974. She can host 2 adults in the main sleeping area and 2 small children in the pop-up roof area. For details on how to book, please visit the booking section on our website.