Glamping in Norfolk

From the beach to the broads, there's nowhere quite like Norfolk for a glamping holiday.

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12 top glamping sites in Norfolk


Whitlingham Broad Campsite

72 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · East Anglia, Norfolk
Laid-back camping and glamping a stone's throw from Norwich and at the gateway to the Norfolk Broads
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King's Lynn Caravan and Camping Park

23 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · East Anglia, Norfolk
A well located Norfolk campsite with great access to the coast, fens and traditional market towns
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Hunstanton Camping & Glamping

14 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents2 acres · King's Lynn, Norfolk
Hunstanton Camping and Glamping with mYminiBreak is located 2 minutes walk from the beach. Heacham is a large but quiet village just on the outskirts of the seaside town of Hunstanton. Providing a range of camping pitches for tents, campervans, caravans and motorhomes; you could also indulge in a ready-made stay in a Glamping Bell Tent or Shepherds Hut for a Glamping break away on the Norfolk coast. When you stay at Hunstanton Camping and Glamping with mYminiBreak you are conveniently located to explore the beach and its surrounding areas. Between the venue and the beach, you will find the entrance to a public footpath that takes you to Snettisham, a smaller and history-rich village through scenic rural countryside. It is also possible to walk to Hunstanton in the opposite direction along the promenade whilst enjoying the sea air and open views. Our campsite is one of only a handful of campsites located on the west coast of Norfolk and just a 2-minute walk from the beach gives us a prime location for watching the sunset go down in all its spectacular deep orange and red glory. Couple this with having some drinks with friends and family by your campfire or BBQ makes for a wonderful memory to share with your loved ones. We are campfire and dog friendly, and welcome your four-legged friends to stay with you across our camping and glamping accommodation Local shops only 5 minutes down the road takes a load off your mind knowing that if you forget any supplies you don't have to go without, making your experience while camping in Hunstanton a relaxed and fun time. We are a rural former dairy farm by the beach, there are free-ranging chickens and cockerels and they may make farmyard sounds, if you are a light sleeper, be sure to bring earplugs :) GLAMPERS PLEASE NOTE The Glamping Kitchenette is suitable for making small quick meals with the use of a microwave, oven & stove for cooking and grilling and a toaster and kettle, there is also a fridge provided. Showers and toilets are shared with the campsite with the exception of gas powered outside showers that are solely for glampers. We are a VERY dog-friendly venue, we welcome dogs and muddy boots and host many hikers and explorers of the Norfolk Coast, although every care has been taken to ensure very clean accommodation, it is possible that a dog hair or 2 escapes our conscientious eye, please bear this in mind and let us know should you find anything you are not happy with, we will get our housekeeping team to deal with the issue swiftly! Please note that the Glamping Bell Tents and Glamping Shepherds Huts are for 2 adults only with the exception of 1 Adult and 1 Child with prior consent from us, they are not suitable for under 2's and do not come with facilities for children or babies.
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Glamp and Tipple

5 units · Glamping1 acre · East Anglia, Norfolk
Hotel-style glamping in Yurts on a Norfolk farm
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Millview Meadow Glamping

3 units · Glamping1 acre · Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Modern pods with historic views, plus access to the best of the Broads and Norfolk's east coast
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Wardley Hill Campsite

23 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents6 acres · East Anglia, Norfolk
A relaxed, back-to-basics campsite on the Norfolk Suffolk border
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Canal Camping

39 units · Glamping, Tents1 acre · East Anglia, Norfolk, North Walsham
Paddle the waterways, read among the reeds and bask beneath the big, blue skies of the Norfolk Broads at this family-friendly, tent-only campsite
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The Old Vicarage Campsite

20 units · Glamping, Tents2 acres · East Anglia, Norfolk, Norwich
Laid back, free-range camping with campfires
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North Farm

1 unit · Glamping20 acres · East Anglia, Norfolk, North Walsham
North Farm is situated in the beautiful Norfolk countryside, between the villages of Skeyton, Oxnead and Burgh. . Guests can spot all sorts of wildlife during the day and stargaze at night, with no streetlights to spoil the view. Being centrally located in Norfolk means that Norwich, the famous Norfolk broads and the Norfolk coast are all a short car ride away.
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North Norfolk Camping & Glamping

13 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents15 acres · Sheringham, England
About Us mYminiBreak North Norfolk Camping and Glamping site is the perfect location for those who want to spend some time in the great outdoors. The Norfolk Coast Path - miles of walking paradise with many shorter circular routes that drift off from the main hike - is just a short drive away. There are a number of great local road walks, both for walking and cycling, that leave right from our campground. As a dog-friendly site, we have a beautiful natural lake where your dog can go paddling and a spacious meadow where they can run free. Come along with us on a camping trip in North Norfolk that you won't soon forget. Location The North Norfolk Camping & Glamping site is in the middle of the countryside, away from the hustle and bustle of urban life, but still only a short drive from the beach and the ocean. North Norfolk Camping & Glamping with mYminiBreak will give you a taste of what it's like to camp in the great outdoors, far from the hectic crowds of the city and close to the coast. Travel to Blakeney Point and Weybourne to see the Grey Seals that return to our shores each year to breed; hike through our woods to see fallow deer, owls, and other woodland creatures; and rest assured that wherever you go in North Norfolk, you will be surrounded by nature. Norfolk is the ideal place for those interested in nature because it is situated on the outskirts of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. And Located in rural North Norfolk, the town of Holt, with its historic Georgian architecture, is surrounded by scenic parks and coastlines. In this area, you'll find a wide variety of locally owned shops and eateries, many of which welcome dogs with open arms and provide them with pupuccinos, doggy menus, and plenty of clean, fresh water. If you and your pet are looking for a rural getaway, mYminiBreak's North Norfolk Camping & Glamping is a perfect choice. Put on your wellies and head out to the North Norfolk Coast, where you can experience nature at its finest in parks like Holt's and Sheringham's. You'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to coastal adventures thanks to having easy access to many options along the idyllic North Norfolk Coast, which includes beaches like Blakeney, Salthouse, Sheringham, and Cromer. Many of our beaches welcome dogs, so it's not uncommon to see pooches frolicking in the sand and surf. Visit the Norfolk Seals, or go samphire hunting in the numerous salt marshes. Take your dog on a walk around Baconsthorpe Castle, a stroll around the village of Burnham Market, or a hike along the Norfolk Coast Path for a memorable experience. Camping Options North Norfolk Camping & Glamping is the place to go if you and your dog are looking for a rustic, off-the-grid camping experience. Our North Norfolk countryside campsite, Holt Hollow, features open meadows, wooded areas rich in wildlife, and a beautiful lake surrounded by trees and shrubs. You can go primitive at Holt Hollow Campground, which has sites for camping stays of all shapes and sizes, from Hiker's tents and touring caravans to family tents and motorhomes. We also offer a glamping experience with bell tents and shepherd's huts. After a day of exploring the North Norfolk countryside, relax by the campfire and look up at the stars thanks to our region's low light pollution. Glamping Options Dogs are welcome at any of our glamping sites, and we even provide amenities like towels, beds, and bowls for them! Glamping Bell Tents - Our Glamping Bell Tents are ideal for groups of friends or family members who want to spend quality time away from the bustling city and reconnect with the peaceful countryside in North Norfolk, without having to lift a finger. You will have a wonderful time glamping with us on the North Norfolk Coast because our tents are tastefully decorated in a boho style and have everything you could need during your stay. Tent camping with all the creature comforts of home can be a great way to spend time with loved ones. Glamping Shepherds Huts - Our North Norfolk glamping shepherd huts are all individually crafted with love, fully insulated, and built on castors for portability. Our Glamping Shepherd Huts provide luxurious camping with all the modern conveniences you could want, making them perfect for a romantic retreat or a trip back to nature. Our outside fire pits and barbecue grills will keep you warm and toasty no matter what time of year it is. If you want to warm up a bit while gazing at the stars in our vast, open, dark skies, the fires are ideal for both the cold winter nights and the warm summer evenings. Blank Canvas Bell Tents - If you're prepared for the outdoors but don't have a tent or aren't fond of pitching tents, consider one of our Blank Canvas Bell Tents. Waterproof and complete with a mosquito net, our pre-erected blank canvas bell tents are perfect for large families or groups of friends on a budget who want to enjoy a glamping experience in the countryside. You can relax in the open air with a fire in our outdoor fire pit while enjoying a meal cooked on the BBQ. Facilities We allow campfires and provide pits for campers to use; we also sell wood for burning on-site. Restrooms and water fountains are readily available, and on-site conveniences like showers and flushing toilets are shared with the glampers. Your four-legged friends are more than welcome to join you at the mYminiBreak North Norfolk Campsite so that you can take in all that the North Norfolk Coast has to offer with the whole family.
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Oak Lodge Glamping

16 units · Glamping1 acre · Northwold, Norfolk
10 acres of blissful bell tent and gypsy caravan glamping near Thetford Forest in Norfolk
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Blooms Westerby Farm

2 units · Glamping7 acres · Outwell, England
Set on 7 acres Westerby Farm has a small fishing lake. Dotted around are shepherds huts and cabins and in the summer a couple of Bell Tents and a Yurt. Most of our accommodations are off grid and have outdoor cooking facilities. Toilets and showers are shared. There are wood fired hot tubs on a couple of the accommodations - these are exactly what they say, a tub that gets hot for you to sit in and listen to the wood crackling under the starry sky We are pet friendly so your dogs ( or cats ) are welcome to come with you Tents are welcome through the summer to pitch amongst our accommodation. On site we have an indoor and outdoor Archery Range and through the village runs a river where you can hire canoes and kayaks or bring along your own paddle board There are shops and a pub also within the village and we are also close to the historic town of Wisbech where Peckover House can be explored. There is soft play areas and bowling located at Guyhirn which is 10milea from site and in Stow bardolph is Church Farm where you can interact with animals and there are activities that you can do - the maze maze and play area is also 5 miles from site at skylark
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Glamping in Norfolk guide

If you don't own any camping clobber or simply want a little more luxury than a regular tent or campervan can provide, Norfolk glamping could be the answer. With the exception of mountains, it is a region that has it all—miles of beaches, a dynamic coast, marshes, and woodland. This means the area has more than its fair share of excellent glamping sites for something a little more up-market, including canalside glamping pods, insulated shepherd's huts with sea views, woodland cabin hideaways, and glamping in the open countryside in a simple summer bell tent or tipi. That's not to mention a whole lot of other options in between: treehouses, yurts, gypsy caravans, and geodesic domes all feature on today's glamping scene. These are places where you’ll feel cosy with a log-burning stove and a kitchenette, or perhaps experience a back-to-basics feel with rustic touches and fire pits. Whether you want to spend time on the glorious sandy beaches or fancy a peaceful woodland retreat, our choice of glamping sites in Norfolk should have something to suit you.

Glamping accommodation

The variety of glamping accommodation in Norfolk is as vast as the locations you’ll find it in. Each site in the Hipcamp collection is unique. Our experts have handpicked places that offer special stays – from simple bell tents to elaborate woodland cabins with all mod cons. When choosing your holiday, you might select the Norfolk destination or attraction you want to be close to, then check what glamping accommodation is available nearby or you might have your heart set on a particular type of glamping accommodation. Perhaps you want a romantic stay in a shepherd’s hut or a magical family getaway in a traditional tipi. Thanks to the wide range of glamping accommodation available among our Norfolk glamping collection, all are possible.

Along the coast, bell tent glamping is particularly popular. Here, many glamping sites pop-up for the duration of the summer and offer simple bell tent glamping that capitalises on the seaside location. Yet bell tents are just the tip of the iceberg. There are luxury, en-suite shepherd’s huts with all the bells and whistles, gleaming Airstream caravans, yurts, romantic gypsy caravans and even tree-houses. Norfolk really is a glamper's dream and are all on offer if you know where to look. And that’s where we at Hipcamp come in. We’ve been up and down the county finding, what we believe are the very best glamping sites in Norfolk. The price, the size, the accommodation type aren't what matter either. What we look for is best summed up with that famous French phrase, je ne sais quoi. We look for glamping sites with that certain something that makes them stand out - and every one on our list is a corker!

Family-friendly glamping in Norfolk

Norfolk’s seaside resorts have long made it a firm favourite for family holidays and there are plenty of campsites to cater for the crowds who come for the coast, countryside, beaches and The Broads. Our travel experts look beyond the holiday parks and the large-scale camping sites for places that offer something a little bit special; nowhere is that more apparent than in our carefully-chosen glamping sites. Almost all of them are suitable for families so if you haven’t taken the kids on a glamping holiday yet, Norfolk is a great place to start. If the Hipcamp travel experts’ experience is anything to go by, glamping will be a hit with your kids; they love the time spent outdoors and the usually pint-sized proportions of shepherd’s huts, safari tents and fairytale treehouses. Glamping offers all the excitement of a camping holiday with a lot more convenience and comfort. It’s the perfect introduction to camping and offers an easier option if you just fancy a break from hammering in the tent pegs and untangling guy ropes. And for families with mixed feelings about camping, glamping is the ultimate halfway house as it can keep both outdoor enthusiasts and luxury lovers happy.

In terms of family-friendly attractions and things to do, Norfolk is hard to beat. For starters there’s the seaside. You’ll find fun fair rides, amusements and crazy golf in seaside resorts of Great Yarmouth and Hunstanton with lower key seaside charm in places like Wells-next-the-Sea, Cromer and Sheringham. With miles and miles of sandy beaches, buckets and spades can be put to good use and for kids who love animals, you can head for Blakeney Point and a boat trip to see seals. Norfolk’s reputation as a family-friendly holiday hotspot also means there are plenty of man-made attractions designed to keep you busy from Roar! Dinosaur Adventure to BeWilderwood, woodland adventure theme park. Inland, Thetford Forest is a family-friendly location that’s easier to reach from most parts of the country (by Norfolk standards, at least). It’s the UK’s largest manmade lowland forest and among the pines there’s family-friendly cycling and walking tracks as well as Go Ape! treetop adventure.

Romantic glamping in Norfolk

With wild windswept beaches, quirky market towns, glorious gardens, grand houses and produce that’s fresh from fishermen and the farm, Norfolk is as alluring to adults as it is to kids. Combine the tempting destinations with cosy glamping accommodation and you have the makings of a romantic retreat that’ll melt the stoniest of hearts. By day, you can walk hand-in-hand on the vast sands, meander along peaceful waterways, explore historic sites or watch wildlife. And by night, you can cook up a romantic meal for two on the campfire at your glamping site before watching the stars or getting cosy in your cabin, shepherd’s hut or gypsy caravan.

For some people, taking time out from all mod cons and staying away from the distractions of modern life is as romantic as it comes while for others a little luxury is needed for real relaxation. You’ll find the full range among our collection of glamping sites from bell tents where there’s no chance of charging a mobile phone to shepherd’s huts with log burners and hot tubs.

The history of Norfolk

The wide, flat beaches of Norfolk are a hint to the time when it was connected to the rest of Europe many millions of years ago, when animals could walk across the now submerged Dogger Bank that bridged the North Sea to the Netherlands. Human communities have existed in Norfolk since the last ice age but it was only when the Iceni tribe were booted out by the Roman conquest in 43 AD that the likes of hard roads, forts, villas and towns were built. Many created the foundations of routes that stand to this day, notable for their straight, directness across the landscape. After the Romans, Norfolk became a part of the Kingdom of East Anglia, until the Normans, when Norwich emerged as the central hub of the region, complete with its mighty castle. Norwich grew steadily and became an important medieval city as the county surrounding it became the most productive agricultural region in the country. To this day, farming remains at the core of the county’s offering. Vegetables, cereals, dairy herds and pigs all populate the countryside, with old water and wind mills dotted among the meadows, while tourism too, makes for much of the coastal trade. The harbours offer the important landing place for mussels, crab and fish – and were also once the key transport areas for barley – while, inland, the scattering of great country houses, including the Queen’s estate at Sandringham, show that even the lords and ladies of days gone by yearned to call Norfolk their home.

The Norfolk coast

Apart from the Queen’s rural retreat at Sandringham, the jewel in Norfolk’s crown is its stunning 90-mile coast. Outside the big seaside resorts it’s almost all been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (including, in fact, Sandringham itself). It’s the windswept and sea-washed scenery of sand and shingle expanses backed by marsh, heath and woodland that make it so special. There’s simply nowhere else quite like it and a variety of rare flora and fauna are supported by its various habitats. It’s especially good for birds and there are particular hotspots at the RSPB’s Snettisham and Titchwell Marshes and the National Trust’s Blakeney National Nature Reserve where you can also see seals. Boats depart daily from Morston Quay to the best vantage points. The Norfolk Coast Path takes in most of the coastline from Old Hunstanton in the north to Great Yarmouth in the south and provides well-signposted walking here.

All along the coast, there are harbour towns and seaside resorts that are bustling with visitors in the summer months. For amusements and non-stop entertainment, there’s the big resorts at Hunstanton and Great Yarmouth. Cromer and Sheringham also have their fair share of mostly more old-fashioned fun with crabbing off the pier at Cromer and a heritage railway at Sheringham. Wells-next-the-Sea is one of the most attractive coastal harbour towns making it a popular place to visit. Its family-friendly sands and shallows are backed by a row of iconic and much-photographed beach huts and it’s just a few miles from Holkham which is a little wilder with huge expanses of sand backed by dunes and a pine woodland.

The Norfolk Broads

Often referred to as the Norfolk Broads, the waterways that dominate the southern half of the county are, in fact, part of a national park that straddles both Norfolk and neighbouring Suffolk. The Broads National Park includes seven rivers and 60 Broads – created when rising sea waters flooded medieval peat pits. Now it’s Britain’s largest wetland reserve and there are 125 miles of navigable waterways which are popular for boating of all types; from motorboating to canoeing. There are countless other ways to enjoy the waterways including walking, running, cycling and wildlife-watching alongside them as well as fishing and swimming in them. This unique environment is a special habitat for many animals and it’s home to some of Britain’s rarest wildlife. Choose glamping in the Norfolk Broads and you can set up home alongside them and enjoy the tranquility of this special environment.

Some of the most popular spots in The Broads area include Waxham, which is ideally situated on the coast and within a few miles of Hickling Broad, the largest of the lot. Waxham's sandy beach runs north to Sea Palling where there are family-friendly facilities and south to Horsey where you can often see seals on the beach. There’s a windmill, a common feature of Broads’ scenery, at Horsey which is open to the public thanks to the National Trust and from where you can join wildlife-watching trips along the waterways. Another popular Broad is at Whitlingham on the outskirts of Norwich and linked to it via the River Wentsum. The historic cathedral city of Norwich is, in fact, the only city within a national park within the UK and helps make a glamping city break both possible and attractive.

Eight exciting things to do when glamping in Norfolk

– Eat fresh fish and chips on Cromer pier.– Explore the Queen's second home at Sandringham.– Rent a boat and take a day out in The Broads National Park.– Discover the museums, galleries and eateries of vibrant Norwich city.– Catch crabs off the quay at Wells-next-the-Sea.– Cycle through the trees at Thetford Forest Park.– Break out the binoculars for some birdwatching at a Norfolk nature reserve.– Hop on a boat out to see the grey seal colony at Blakeney Point.


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