Norfolk is the ideal place for glamping and enjoying all the natural beauty and attractions on offer – 90 miles of unspoilt coastline, the Broads National Park, forests and heathland, nature reserves, bustling market towns, charming seaside resorts and the heritage city of Norwich. Here is our guide to the best glamping spots in Norfolk.
Eves Hill Farm is a traditional, family run working farm in the heart of the Norfolk countryside. As well as camping, the farm also offers glamping options including a shepherd’s hut and bell tent. Each glamping option is equipped with all the home comforts, with the peaceful countryside right on your doorstep. There are plenty of walks around the farm and to Booton Common SSSI. Onsite facilities include toilet, shower, recycling facilities and a washing up area. Find out more here.
Wardley Hill Campsite is set in the Waveney Valley between Beccles and Bungay. The campsite is within close distance to the Norfolk Broads and Suffolk Coast, so there’s plenty to explore nearby. There are a selection of glamping options, including shepherds huts with wood burning stoves, tree tents and a hammock hut. Campsite facilities include a shower, composting toilets and a small book exchange. Find out more here.
Friends Farm is set in the beautiful south Norfolk countryside. Located on the edge of the Waveney Valley, this dog-friendly farm is an ideal spot for birdwatchers, walkers, cyclists and artists. There are two luxury self-catering shepherds huts to choose from, both of which have wood burning stoves and double glazing to keep you cosy, as well their own toilet and shower with mains water and electricity. You’ll find a welcome parcel of fresh eggs, bacon and sausages, and you can purchase more from the farm shop.
Set on a south Norfolk farm, Glamp and Tipple offers exclusive and luxurious bell tents. With only five spots, you’ll have all the privacy possible. Everything has been thought through and provided, from Egyptian cotton sheets to fluffy towels and log burners. Whip up a snack at your own camping kitchen, or hire a hot tub to relax in. There’s a pizza oven, honesty shop where you can get local produce, children’s play area, table tennis, pool table, games room and private beauty treatments, yoga, personal training sessions and fun workshops that you can book.
Ling’s Meadow is a small, rural hideaway with a peaceful and friendly atmosphere. There are a number of glamping options, including bell tents, living van, shepherds hut and the StarDome yurt which sleeps five. Each glamping option has its own firepit with a hanging grill and outdoor seating. The StarDome and the huts are fully furnished, including a cooking and dining kit. There are several walks which lead directly from the campsite into the surrounding fields. There are also plenty of activities for kids, including a play area, bug hotel, a stick den and taking an alpaca for a walk.
Set on a family farm on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, Brambells Glamping is a picturesque, 4 acre site surrounded by wildflower meadows and woodland. Accommodation is a mix of 5-person and 6-person bell tents, each of them furnished with a wood burner, eco-friendly toilet, comfy duvets and pillows, and outdoor kitchen with utensils. Some of the tents are built for stargazing, and the Woodland Retreat tent has a large deck with a private sauna. The site has a shower block, washing up facilities, fridges, utility room, communal area and nature area for kids.
Located in East Norfolk in the heart of the Broads, Canal Camping is the perfect spot for a waterside getaway. The site has its own private waterway which you can canoe and paddle board in (canoes are available for hire). There are three bell tents in a private field, all of which are luxuriously furnished with a unique theme. You’ll find a fully equipped kitchen, open double bed and two single mattresses, and a fire pit in each tent. Although there is no electricity onsite, you’ll find solar lights which create a lovely warm glow. Campsite facilities include hot water showers, toilets and outdoor washing up sinks.
Set within the North Norfolk Coast AONB between the villages of Weybourne and Bodham, Breck Farm offers an idyllic family break. The farm has a range of bell tents and shepherds huts to choose from, which come with a double bed with bedding, single futons or sofa bed, lighting and a plug socket, fan heater, BBQ and fire ring and fire pits. Campsite facilities include a large toilet and shower block with disabled facilities and laundry room. There is an onsite farmhouse which sells fresh produce like eggs, camping basics, firewood etc.
Set in the heart of the North Norfolk countryside, Glen Farm Glamping is close to the seaside town of Cromer and Sheringham, and the market town of Holt. The Weavers’ Way long distance footpath runs through the farm – perfect for a stroll through the countryside. There is only one glamping accommodation available on the farm – a 5 metre bell tent which comes with a king size bed, two single futons, log burner, deck chairs, fire pit, al fresco dining area, small fridge, gas stove, grill and luxury shower room a few steps away. The tent is situated in a meadow alongside fields and woodland, so it’s the perfect spot to relax.
Just a few minutes walk from Cromer cliffs and beach, the Grove Glamping is home to five comfortably finished Mongolian yurts. Each tent has a comfortable double bed or bunk bed, a wood burning stove, undercover eating area, stone mason BBQ, solar powered lighting, phone charging points, cutlery, crocking and bedding. The site also has a toilet and shower block, indoor swimming pool, table tennis room, bar and restaurant, and play area. Find out more here.