Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages & Camping

Sun and sea, only a stone's throw away.

Cottages, camping, glamping one with the nature

Norfolk is a wonderful place, we absolutely love it here on the Norfolk coast countryside and want nothing more than to share it with you!

Whether it's Norfolk accommodation, Norfolk glamping, or Norfolk coast camping we aim to have something for everyone. We welcome all here from young to old. Our venue is also dog friendly.

Read more about dog friendly cottages Norfolk.

When you stay with us the beach is on your doorstep! We are only a short 3-minute walk away from the beach, making this the perfect location for a seaside beach holiday!

Our venue offers various Norfolk coast camping experiences scattered in 3 different locations across the Norfolk countryside each with its own unique charm and character to appeal to whatever your fancy.

The Norfolk countryside is sprinkled with old renovated barns retaining the feel of a bygone age. Our cosy Norfolk coastal cottages and other Norfolk accommodation have been lovingly transformed to provide all the comforts of home for you on the Norfolk coast.

With easy access to Snettisham and Hunstanton, or up to North Norfolk towards Holkham, Burnham Market, Wells-next-the-Sea, and Cromer, our venue is perfectly situated to explore the Norfolk Coast with its scenic coastline.

We hope to see you soon!

- Nigel & Carol :)

Norfolk Coast Camping and Glamping

Norfolk coast camping offers you beautiful campsites set near the beach in a quiet countryside with the ability to choose between back-to-basics camping or more modern glamping!

Norfolk Coast camping is the best getaway for you, friends, and family. There is nothing better than being out and about in the open and spending nights under a clear sky full of stars. If this is a bit of you check out our great range of Norfolk camping sites full of green surroundings and deep history behind the area.

Norfolk coast camping is less than 5 minutes away from the coast and other beauitful natural landmarks, all the areas are great for exploring the coastal town and it's nature. Dotted across the Norfolk coast our sites give access to beautiful, otherwise inaccessible scenic locations so that our guests may enjoy and appreciate being immersed in nature. Our Norfolk coast camping sites will help you to enjoy the great outdoors, and appreciate the wild and unpredictable nature.

Our mission is to encourage more people to try Norfolk coast camping and ultimately find a new appreciation for nature and the wild. The Norfolk coast has so much to offer we know you will absolutely love it here!

Enjoy camping in Hunstanton and North Norfolk Camping!

Norfolk Accommodation

Our venue offers Norfolk coastal cottages and Norfolk accommodation, choose your own peaceful retreat near the coast that meets your needs!

Norfolk Coastal Cottages

Norfolk Coastal Cottages are our cluster of four cottages only three minutes from the beach in Heacham on the outskirts of Hunstanton. These beautiful Norfolk Coastal Cottages are perfect for your next holiday by the coast in a "home from home" atmosphere, with all the things you need to make your stay as perfect as possible. Either book a holiday on the dates you choose or take advantage of one of our Norfolk Short Breaks packages and secure your reservation.

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Norfolk Accommodation

We offer a wonderful selection of accommodation including three B&B Hunstanton rooms and four self-catering accommodation Norfolk rooms full of unique features with a warm, cozy atmosphere. Each of our B&B Hunstanton rooms is self-contained and totally separate from other guests so you can be sure your privacy is kept. You'll find all the necessities such as a double bed, en-suite, TV, fridge, electric fireplace, and more! Either book per day or take advantage of our Norfolk Short Breaks packages to secure your reservation for either a Mid Week Break or Long Weekend.

Norfolk Wildlife

Flora and Fauna

The Norfolk coast is home to a great variety of animal species, the perfect location for enthusiasts and the family alike. Take a trip to Park Farm and have a guided Deer Safari tour on the back of a tractors trailer, ride the Wash Monster across The Wash on a Seal Safari to visit one of the largest common seal colonies in the world, or perhaps go to Hillside Animal Sanctuary and meet all of their rescued farm animals that love a good fuss.

We are also so lucky to be neighbours with Wild Ken Hill, a rewilding project focusing on returning 1500 acres of Norfolk land back to nature to let it become wild once again. Have the most unique experience where you are able to view populations of many different wild animals such as beavers, cattle, wild boar, kites, owls, bats and more.

All this, right on your doorstep!

Wild Ken Hill

Hillside Animal Sanctuary

Blakeney Point Seals

Snettisham Park

Activities &
Things To Do

The great outdoors

There are many beautiful coastal routes to explore whether you're on foot or cycling. If cycling isn't your thing then why not take a gentle stroll (or an intense hike!) along the coast? Peddars Way has many beautiful sights to see from stunning cliffs to natural wildlife. Fancy yourself as a bit of a water baby? Brave the British seas & hire a Paddle Board! It's the ultimate couple's activity, admire the local scenery and sunsets as you paddle lightly through the open sea! Another perfect couples activity - Kayaking! Hire a kayak & work together sailing along the beautiful Norfolk Coastline.

Places to eat & drink

Norfolk Food

The Norfolk coast is bustling with independent shops and businesses with a wide variety of locally grown food to enjoy. The Rose & Crown is everything you’d expect from a Norfolk village inn – twisting passages and hidden corners, low ceilings and old beams, pamment floors, log fires, excellent beers, friendly staff, and a relaxed, informal atmosphere. They are also very dog-friendly! If you're after something different try Thornham Deli which is a bit further afield taking about 20 minutes to drive to. However, it is well worth the drive with fresh cakes, coffee, and meals all on offer. Take a walk down the beautiful beach where the dunes are used for nesting birds then relax with a coffee at the deli.

Directions to us

Travelling to Hunstanton

Heacham is highly accessible, with bus stops that travel to Kings Lynn, Hunstanton & Wells-Next-The-Sea! Kings Lynn rail line is a short distance away so traveling to Hunstanton could not be easier. Being based in Heacham we are a 30-minute coastline walk away from Seaside town Hunstanton, or a 10-minute drive, where you can enjoy many sights and activities such as the Peddars Way cliffs, Old Hunstanton's sandy beaches, fun-filled arcades, and even Hunstanton's very own Princess Theatre & Sea Life Centre.

  • Snettisham Park Farm

    A 329-acre farm with many exciting adventures from seeing lambs being born to a spectacular 45-minute deer safari. You can bottle-feed lambs, collect fresh farm eggs and ride ponies as well as taking a walk on one of three wonderful trails.

  • Holkham Hall

    An 18th-century country house home to all sorts of activities throughout the year from food events, music and tours of the grounds.

  • Thursford Xmas Pantomime

    Thursfords Christmas Spectacular is an extravaganza of non-stop singing, dancing, music, humour and variety. Ffeaturing an eclectic mix of both seasonal and year-round favourites.

  • Sandringham Country Fair

    The much-loved country retreat of Her Majesty, The Queen, plays host to all sorts of events over the year, including the much anticipated Game & Country Fair.

Our Blog

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Fire on Ken Hill Estate -Turtle Doves suffer

This is such a shame - the devastation that fire brings to wildlife, most likely caused by the heat last week and the sun shining on the discarded glass bottles which people have thoughtlessly tossed into the dense undergrowth that these rare birds nest in 😢. The fire destroyed much of their habitat on the Wild Ken Hill Estate in Snettisham 😢.
These are classified as vulnerable on the Red List of endangered birds as "their numbers have declined by 93% since the 1970s. They are ecologically unique in the UK as our only migratory dove species and face a range of threats across their flyway including habitat loss on wintering and breeding grounds, hunting and disease." according to The Wildlife Trusts
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Address & Contact
Hunstanton Camping & Glamping
  • 72 South Beach Road
    Kings Lynn
    PE31 7BB

  • 07484734146


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  • Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages & Camping LLP
    Registration Number: OC401422
    72 South Beach Road, Heacham
    Kings Lynn, PE31 7BB

  • Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages & Camping LLP
    Registration Number: OC401422
    72 South Beach Road, Heacham
    Kings Lynn, PE31 7BB