A brilliantly located and very friendly camping and glamping site with a well-established backpackers hostel attached.
Burnham Deepdale PE31 8DD 01485 210 256
An energetic and enterprising business, situated in an excellent position just off the main coastal road, in the heart of Burnham Deepdale, this wonderful campsite-cum-hostel-cum café and information centre has been around for years, and has recently received a loving and extensive revamp from its original owners. With multiple grass pitches, glamping in tipis and yurts, and a shepherd's hut and a backpackers hostel, it's long been the heart and soul of this coastal village – and not just because of the diversity and excellence of its accommodation, but also for the shops and cafés of Dalegate Market next door, its annual Christmas Market and regular summer activities and events. If you want to explore this part of the North Norfolk Coast on a budget, there's no better place.
There are around 80 basic camping pitches for tents or campervans; 6 well-maintained tipis and yurts equipped with a cast-iron chimenea for heat, including kindling and fuel for the fire, foldaway chairs, a BBQ and a lantern; a shepherd's hut with wood-burner that makes a cosy roost for two; and of course the backpackers hostel, which has both beds in dormitories and private en-suite rooms. Hostelling, old school camping, or a spot of romantic glamping – it's basically up to you.
There are also diversions a-plenty in and around Burnham Deepdale. Kick-start the morning with a coffee at the café, browse the shops and pop-up retailers at the market ,or check out the site's excellent information centre and shop, and then hire a bike or slip on your walking boots. You can follow the nearby coastal path in either direction (west to Hunstanton or east to Wells), or just mess around in the marshes to your heart's content, before lunch at the excellent and renowned White Horse or Jolly Sailors – both in the village. You won't want to leave.
Our Favourite Spot
Sit in our backpackers' courtyard as it floods with sunlight. Watch the sparrows busily exploring the hedges around the campsite. Enjoy the sunsets and the changing colours of the trees and fields. Relax by the fire pits during one of our music events.
The local area
We love the changing seasons and huge skies. You can enjoy a bracing walk on the beach, watch wildlife year round, take the dogs for a walk, take a moment to enjoy the views, find space to clear your head and find yourself.
Best local places to eat and drink
The North Norfolk Coast is a wonderful place to eat and drink. Next door you can get great breakfasts at Deepdale Cafe. There are two excellent pubs in the village, and many more in cycling distance. Try the local seafood, mussels in months with an 'r' in their name, lobsters, crabs, oysters, samphire and more, all seriously delicious.
Why stay with us?
Clean, friendly, budget accommodation on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast, what's not to like?
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Places to eat & drink nearby
The White Horse
Main Road Brancaster Staithe Norfolk PE31 8BY
This legendary North Norfolk gastropub is a great place to try Brancaster's famous oysters – and much else besides!
Main Street Brancaster Staithe PE31 8BJ
Once a tired old pub, the new owner has livened things up with a mixed bag of quizzes, pool, darts and stone-baked pizza – eat-in and takeaway
Restaurant at The Hoste
Market Place Burnham Market PE31 8HD
One of the most chi-chi spots on the Norfolk coast.
The Ship Hotel
Main Road Brancaster Norfolk PE31 8AP
Great hotel restaurant specialising in beautifully cooked, locally sourced fish and seafood.
Things to see & do nearby
The Norfolk Coast Path at Brancaster Staithe
White Horse Main Road Brancaster Staithe PE31 8BY
At 45 miles long, the Norfolk Coast Path weaves its way along the coast from Hunstanton in
Burnham Market King's Lynn Norfolk
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80 camping pitches, 6 yurts and tipis, 1 shepherd's hut, plus double, twin, triple and quad family rooms as well as single-sex and mixed dormitories.
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The site is approximately halfway between Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea on A149 coast road, and the best way to reach Deepdale is by bike or on the coastal footpath. But there's also the Coasthopper Bus Service, which operates every half-hour during summer (every hour during winter) and stops right at the site. The service runs both ways along the North Norfolk Coast, between King's Lynn, Sheringham and Cromer.