We provide quality 100% natural cotton canvas Bell Tents with plenty of bells and whistles to satisfy your glamping needs. Such as lanterns, blankets, plants, deck chairs and other furniture to make your stay feel extra glamourous. You can also make use of your own fire pit for roasting marshmallows or cooking your morning breakfast.
Certified fireproof to BS 7837:1996 and CPAI-84, that is also treated with UV colourfast, mould, rot & water repellent for your utmost peace of mind.
Shepherds Huts are a wonderful choice for glamping and are a great alternative to staying in a Bell Tent. Complete with a double bed, table, chairs, dresser and your own private decking that looks over the vast coastal grasslands that surround our venue. The perfect choice for couples looking for a romantic getaway together where you can watch the sun go down on the horizon over the sea.
Our Shepherds Huts have been crafted with love from the ground up that we known will satisfy your glamping cravings.
Hello! Here you can find out about where our glampsites are located as we believe we have something for everybody.
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, in style!
Our mission is to encourage more people to explore the countryside around them and ultimately find a new appreciation for nature and the wild. And you need not give up the comforts of home! The Norfolk coast has so much to offer we know you will absolutely love it here!
Located in Heacham on the outskirts of the seaside town Hunstanton a mere 3 minutes from the beach. With this quick access to the beach, you have the ease of walking up and down the coast to explore the rural sandy grasslands surrounding our venue. To the south lies the Ken Hill Estate which is a wonderful rewilding project, to return old Norfolk agricultural land back to the wild giving you views of wild pigs, birds, deer, and more. To the North, a short walk across the coastline will take you to Hunstanton filled with all sorts of entertainment to keep you occupied from amusements, restaurants, pubs, and more.
Our North Norfolk venue is situated just off of Burnham Market town next to the River Burn that flows through the Union Mills tower mill, a Grade II historic watermill built in 1737. To the southeast, our venue looks on towards St. Margaret Church, one of 129 surviving round-tower churches in Norfolk! It is also only a short trip into Burnham Market that has a fantastic range of pubs, restaurants, butchers, grocers, and all the traditions of a small, historical market town. Come visit today and experience the wonderful rural Norfolk countryside.
Our Holme-next-the-Sea venue is snugly nestled between the coastal path and Peddars Way. Golden white-sanded beaches with so much to offer just off the A149 making access a breeze. Just 5 minutes walk down the beach road through tunnels of wild hedge-ways, over the River Hunn to the beautiful sand dunes of Holme-next-the-Sea, just north of famous seaside location Hunstanton and the beach huts and cliffs of Old Hunstanton. In this tranquil village, you will find many period buildings and notably The White Horse that completely encapsulates the traditional image of an unspoilt English countryside village.
Here at Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages & Camping, we are committed to respecting the countryside and keeping it clean. We operate under and encourage a leave-no-trace ethos to all our guests, which means that when visiting the countryside you leave no trace of your visit and leave it exactly in the state it was when you arrived. It's this way of thinking that we hope to imprint on all who pass through our corner of the world which will help to ensure the protection of our precious countryside and the wildlife that live here.
The Countryside Code is supported by Natural England.
Protect The Environment
Leave No Trace
On The Road
On Any Site
Show Respect For Seashore Creatures
Seashore creatures are fascinating and have found special ways of living in their environment. They have to adapt to survive the rigours of wave-action, exposure and predation. Some have shells for protection, but many need to hide under rocks, seaweed or in the sand.
Exploring The Seashore Is Fun, But Please Remember:
Take Photos, Not Living Animals
If you want to buy a souvenir:
Avoid Disturbing Wildlife
You can see many animals at their best when they are behaving naturally. This is true for animals such as seals, otters and seabirds, as well as rock pool animals. To avoid disturbing wildlife:
Take Your Rubbish Home With You
Beach rubbish is unsightly and can be dangerous to sea creatures. Much of the litter on our shores comes from tourists, shipping, fishing vessels and sewage outfalls. You can help to reduce this problem when visiting the coast:
Watch Where You Go
Beaches and sand dunes are prone to erosion and easily damaged by people and vehicles. To help protect the coast:
All cliffs are unstable and potentially dangerous, yet they are an impressive sight and from the cliff top it is possible to enjoy a panoramic view of the coastline. Cliffs also provide a very specialised habitat for the plants and animals that live on them.
Take Care Near Cliffs:
Spacing and Density
Chemical Toilets and Waste Water Disposal:
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.