Friendly staff, space to browse, inspiration and wonderful independent shops with the North Norfolk Coast as a backdrop.
Burnham Deepdale Norfolk PE31 8FB 01485 210 305
Great shops and the excellent Deepdale Café, which visitors can enjoy throughout the year, plus pop-up shops at various times during the year and the fab Deepdale Christmas Market. Owned by the same folk as the excellent Deepdale Backpackers & Camping next door, most of the shops are independent retailers, offering really unique items for sale, including clothing, jewellery, accessories, food, drink, art, crafts and wildlife watching equipment.
Our small but perfectly formed shopping centre is home to mainly independent shops. For most of the year pop up shops join our permanent shops, which change weekly.
Best local places to eat and drink
Naturally we have to recommend our very own Deepdale Cafe. So you can enjoy some great shopping, then pop into the cafe for breakfast, mid morning coffee and cake, lunch or afternoon tea.
Of course being on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast, great food is just around the corner, so there are all manner of great pubs and restaurants in nearly every village and town in the local area.
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There is shopping for most budgets - Good quality groceries at Leftleys Supermarket to beautiful artworks from The Hare & The Hen - Lovely food & drink from Deepdale Cafe to fashion items from Fat Face, Gone Crabbing and Relish - You ca...
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- Wheelchair Access
Coasthopper Bus Service stops at Dalegate Market and is a brilliant service, running approximately every 1/2 an hour during the Summer and every hour during the Winter. The service runs both East and West along the North Norfolk Coast, stopping in most villages including King's Lynn, Hunstanton, Burnham Market, Blakeney, Sheringham and Cromer. More information www.coasthopper.co.ukCyclingMost of the A149 coast road is ok to cycle and there are lots of quiet country lanes inland. From the East (Burnham Market direction), the easiest route is over Whiteway Road. From the West (Docking & King's Lynn direction), the easiest route is down Dalegate Lane. National Cycle Route No1 passes a couple of miles inland.DrivingNaturally we'd encourage you to visit by bus, walking or cycling, but car drivers are very welcome too. We offer free car parking and we're one of the few fuel stations (petrol and diesel) along the coast. We're approximately half way between Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea on A149 coast road.Postcode is PE31 8FB