Bolding Way Holidays
Bolding Way Holidays
The Barn, Bolding Way, Weybourne, Holt
NR25 7SW North Norfolk
Based on our small holding / small farm with chickens, ducks and 2 pigs.
All are welcome to come and stay. Campfires are allowed
- London 134 miles
- Area for tents
- English spoken
- Singles welcome
- Pets allowed
Opinions and experiences of visitors with Bolding Way Holidays.
Paul and jo stubbs | 29-08-2016
Every convenience you would expect from self catering accommodation was duly provided, we found no faults with The Roost in anyway, the property was outstanding value for money and very comfortably furnished to a great standard. Thank you Charlie and Jenny for a fabulous relaxing and enjoyable week away. Hope to see you very soon.
Gary and James Higson | 09-08-2015
Dave Lee | 30-07-2015
Ei knight | 08-04-2015
Camping hear on 1st August this year stopping over for two nights in the yellow yurt, was my first experience all of which i felt my comfort zone was being tested at the time. Call me naive but i'd yet ever been holidaying topless,and the thought of taking all my clothes off never entered my head.
However meeting the proprietors prior helped my personal situation because my father were booking this break with my approval, with the good intentions mum being his one chaperon.
Through no fault of her own i'd to ask my own spouse if he'd object at my parents nomination which meant me accompany my dad for reasons mum couldn't.
Making this commitment wasn't easy with actual knowledge of this particular site being a clothes optional site, knowing i'd shy away from appearing naked in public i'd to also be appreciating this particular weekend were one of the hottest in memory with everyone taking advantage of the weather so no increased pressure their..
I'd the added parental pressure one of which in attendance, as that of living and working locally and being face recognised.
Establishing i were safe and amongst friendly people within this site, the case somehow strengthened compromising my decision to hold onto my own dignity.
Much to my girly naivety i stupidly stressed myself out over experienced female naturist's, having been my first time in this situation i'm enlightened by their dignifying becoming attitude that to be totally bodily shaven is now very much the norm within,
Thankfully hiring a yurt gives slightly more privacy with its segregation to which i assume nudity for some is less difficult, though i were aware of our neighbours eyes i rather not ruin the memories of me hiding behind the fact i were witnessed topless.
Described in detail as being pert up top, severely lowed my personal confidence however looking forward to visiting first weekend in August next year if not before....
Adele. | 14-10-2014
Sharing my first nudist experience incognito with my own father has presently been a family talking point that i can say. Nudism may well suit a curtain generation for me it wasn't easy. my mother now so embarrassed wasn't happy on the idea of camping and blatantly said as much after hearing dad and me had visited site and left Charlie a deposit on a weekend break in a yurt meant for the two of them.
My challenge was to enlighten my own hubby that he'd not inherited this weekend break after parental persuasion only me and my dad would be going..
Defining me he said if i took my clothes off to the point of exposure naked i'd to except the consequences.
I'm not saying for one minute i were pressured into taking all my clothes off, however most people on the site were inclined to strip off, which eventually my father evenly matched himself felt it wise i at least remove my bra which i did, only then i embarrassed myself further by the exposure of my haired triangle with my bikini bottom being lowered. However this now history thanks to all those that now share my experience.
Adele. | 12-10-2014
Lee | 25-08-2014
Tania | 09-08-2014
Nick and Liz | 28-06-2014
Lisa | 29-07-2013
Richard. | 31-03-2013