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If you’re looking for a UK holiday that offers a little of everything, glamping and camping in Norfolk will hit just the spot. Whether it’s just the two of you looking for a peaceful getaway or the whole family after an activity-packed outdoor adventure, you won’t be disappointed.


A little luxury when glamping and camping in Norfolk


In our opinion, glamping and camping in Norfolk should give you:


  • Your own private area to rest during your stay (all our bell tents and camping pitches are spaced quite far apart for a little extra privacy)

  • Unspoilt views of the countryside and nights-sky

  • Clean working facilities (including hot shows and your own private eco-composting toilet)

  • Your own fire pit (for toasting marshmallows and keeping warm)

  • Extra luxury facilities when glamping (your own bell tent, comfy bedding, picnic bench, outdoor glam camping kitchen and so much more)


Whether you decide to camp or glamp at Driftways’ unspoilt off-grid glamping and camping meadow, you can be sure of one thing – we care for all the little touches.


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Things to do when Glamping and Camping in Norfolk


If you and your family are thinking of glamping and camping in Norfolk this summer, here’s a list of some things you can do during your stay. The good thing is that a day out needn’t cost much as there are so many places you can visit for free.


  • Explore the North Norfolk Coast: The coast offers long stretches of sandy beaches, picturesque villages, and beautiful coastal walks. Visit the seaside towns of Cromer and Sheringham for fish and chips, or head to one of many estates for a scenic walk.

  • Explore the historic market towns and villages: Visit the market towns of Diss (just 8 miles from us), Pulham Market village, Halesworth, Wymondham, and more, for a taste of Norfolk's heritage.

  • Visit the Norfolk Broads: The Broads is a network of rivers and lakes that offers beautiful scenery and a wide range of outdoor activities, including boating, walking, and cycling. At Driftways glamping and camping in Norfolk, we’re only a 30-minute drive from the broads.

  • Enjoy the local food and drink: Norfolk is known for its local produce, including Cromer crab, samphire, and Adnams beer. Visit a local market or farm shop to sample some delicious local food and drink.

  • Explore Thetford forest: There are hundreds of walks you could go on and the wildlife is simply stunning. You can expect to see deer, foxes, badgers, rare butterflies and birds.

  • Visit Norwich: Although it’s a little drive from Driftways, Norwich makes another good day out. It is a charming city with a rich history and a range of cultural attractions, including Norwich Cathedral, the Norwich Castle Museum, and the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.

  • Treat the kids: You won’t need to worry about a lack of places to take the kids. BeWILDerwood and Banham Zoological gardens are both within driving distance and will definitely tire the little ones out.

  • Step into the countryside: We’re super lucky here at Driftways glamping and camping in Norfolk – there are 16 different country walks you can take from Pulham Market and we know all the best-trodden tracks and what you can see at different times of the year. Just ask us during your stay!


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The benefits of glamping and camping in Norfolk


If you haven’t been glamping and camping in Norfolk before, you may be wondering what all the fuss is about. We think it’s fair to say that most people who choose to venture into the countryside for a break do so for the following reasons:


  • Connecting with nature: Many people choose glamping and camping in Norfolk to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and to immerse themselves in the natural environment. Camping allows them to breathe fresh air, enjoy the beauty of the outdoors, and disconnect from technology.

  • Bonding with friends and family: Camping and glamping are a great way to spend time with loved ones and create lasting memories. Whether it's sitting around a campfire, sharing meals, or exploring the outdoors together, camping can help strengthen relationships and create new experiences.

  • Relaxation: Camping or glamping can be a way to unwind and de-stress. The simple pleasures of sleeping under the stars, cooking over a campfire, and being away from the pressures of everyday life can help people relax and recharge.

  • Adventure: Glamping and camping in Norfolk can be an exciting and adventurous way to explore new places and try new things. Whether it's hiking, fishing, kayaking, or rock climbing, camping provides an opportunity to challenge yourself and have new experiences.


Overall, camping offers a unique way to experience the outdoors, bond with others, relax and explore new places, making it a popular activity for people of all ages and backgrounds. Don’t’ just take our word for it though. Instead, check out the reviews from our guests who travel from all over the UK to our glamping and camping in Norfolk meadow.


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