Glamping Norfolk: 37 Amazing Places You Need to Stay At [2024]


Fancy trying out glamping but don’t know where to start?

I’d recommend heading to Norfolk.

Not only is the county a beautiful place to visit in its own right but you’ll also find some of the UK’s best glamping sites in Norfolk.

Plus, there’s something to suit everyone. Romantic getaway for two? Big family holiday? Norfolk’s got your back.

So whether you fancy chilling in a treehouse, relaxing in a safari tent or sleeping in a shepherds hut, here are 40 amazing glamping sites in Norfolk that you need to stay at.

1. Settle Cabin


Price per night: From £280 for 3 people

Location: Shropham, Attleborough, Norfolk

I think Settle Cabin wins the award for my personal favourite place to go glamping in Norfolk!

I mean, just look at that bathtub.

Overlooking an idyllic water lily lake, this handcrafted cabin is beautifully decorated with reclaimed materials and real attention to detail.

While the freestanding stone egg bath is a highlight, my favourite room is the open-plan living-kitchen space that benefits from enormous open glass doors that open up to a private covered decking area.

What guests say: “The location is exceptionally beautiful, with woodland walks and hidden picnic spots. Wonderful for bird watching. The ponds can mesmerise with ducks and swans. The cabin is a delight. Huge windows so nature is always with you. And all the practical things from linen, to pots and pans, and wood stove are beautiful to look at, and easy to use. It’s slow holidaying at its very best.”

2. Settle Canvas Camp


Price per night: From £150 for 2 people

Location: Shropham, Attleborough, Norfolk

Settle also has a few other Norfolk glamping offerings, each as beautiful as the cabin.

And I think this has to be the most beautiful bell tent I’ve ever laid my eyes on.

While the tents will definitely get you closer to nature, they still come complete with modern luxuries such as a wooden double bed with real mattresses, for added outdoor comfort.

Head to the nearby communal outdoor kitchen in the woods to cook yourself a feast to enjoy alfresco on your decking, before cosying up inside by the woodburning stove.

What guests say: “We were so excited when we first looked inside – all the little touches like the candles, lights and furniture made it. And we slept like babies in that bed! The firepit and decking with super comfy chairs were perfect for stargazing. In daylight, and in darkness (with all the fairy lights hung from the trees) this place is so peaceful and pretty. This place is a hidden treasure.” 

3. Settle Carriages


Price per night: From £200 for 2 people

Location: Shropham, Attleborough, Norfolk

Last but by no means least, Settle is also home to a rustic selection of restored train carriages.

Each offers two sleepyheads a lounging area by a wood fire, a well-stocked kitchen, a cosy bathroom, and a decking terrace, with a fire pit, overlooking a scenic lake.

With three different carriages to choose from, each offering something a little unique and different, you’ll find something new to love in each of them.

Any excuse to come back, ey?

What guests say: “Fantastic little retreat – we loved the attention to detail and consistency of theme throughout the carriage. Very clean and full of amenities, we personally enjoyed the fire pit (even to cook on) and hammock outdoors! We also liked the theme of responsibly sourced materials and support of local businesses with the breakfast hamper including items from local farms – we both try to support local businesses wherever possible!”

4. Willow Roundhouse


Price per night: From £175 for 2 people

Location: Weston Longville, Norwich, Norfolk

Set on a 20-acre site of some of Norfolk’s finest countryside, Willow Roundhouse is exactly what you need to disconnect from modern life.

It marries a memorable space to stay with stunning natural surroundings to spark adventure.

Inside the roundhouse, you’ll find a cosy wood burner to warm up by, an enormous skylight to stargaze under, and a king-size solid wood bed to spend long nights snuggled up in.

You’ll also find a family-sized hammock and alfresco dining space outside.

The perfect place to tuck into your delicious welcome hamper!

What guests say: “We had an amazing time. What a wonderful set up here. Thank you for sharing it! The personal touches make it all the more special and being ‘off-grid’ made us all remember how to enjoy each others company.”

5. Round the Woods Yurts


Price per night: From £140 for 2 people

Location: Weston Longville, Norwich, Norfolk

On the same site as Willow Roundhouse you’ll find two stylish and spacious yurts, Oak Tree and Hazelnut.

With their light coloured canvas and large clear skylight for stargazing, both yurts are bright and airy.

However, they both still stay warm and toasty.

Whether you cuddle up by the woodburning stove or in the goose down bedding and ample blankets, this is one Norfolk glamping holiday that is cosy through and through.

What guests say: “You have created a truly magical place and we have loved every minute. The yurts are beautiful – everything has been thought of and they are super comfy – the bed is amazing. It’s been great fun exploring the woods and grounds.”

6. Wild Luxury Safari Tents


Price per night: From £165 for 6 people

Location: Thornham, Hunstanton, Norfolk

If you fancy feeling thousands of miles away from England, the Wild Luxury Safari Tents will help you do just that.

You may be glamping in Norfolk but it certainly won’t feel like it.

Choose between two private safari tent sites that are situated just a few miles apart, on some of the most beautiful parts of the North Norfolk Coast.

A real escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life, you’ll be amazed at the beauty of your surroundings here.

The adjacent woodlands are home to adventure areas, a zip line, parachute camp and lots of den building opportunities.

Go out exploring and come back to your tent where you can receive delicious home-cooked meals to warm up in your lodge stove.

What guests say: “It was exactly as described but so much more than we expected. Very spacious and well equipped and the children absolutely loved the “sleeping cupboard”. Weather was perfect and we enjoyed watching the sunset and stargazing from the verandah. The children loved the freedom of riding their bikes and playing outside in a safe secure setting.”

7. Wild with Nature Honey Pot Meadow Huts


Price per night: From £110 for 2 people

Location: Shropham, Norfolk

Wild With Nature is the perfect Norfolk glamping holiday for those who love living on the wild side.

Nestled amid over 750 acres of glorious Norfolk countryside, you’ll find lakes, woods and wildflower meadows all on your doorstep.

Whether you go wild swimming, stand up paddleboarding or soak in your wood-fired hot tub (or how about all three?), water babies will especially love this site.

The huts have been positioned within the site to maximise privacy and come complete with all the luxurious touches you’d expect from one of the most unusual romantic weekend breaks in the UK.

What guests say: Complete escapism at its best. Everything you could ever want with all the extra treats added on (panoramic views, the hot tub, the wood burners, the comfy bed, the wildlife). The communication both prior and during our stay (when required – more logs) was fantastic. We cannot speak highly enough of this wonderful place and set up.” 

8. West Lexham Treehouses


Price per night: From £149 for 2 people or £208 for 6 people

Location: Kings Lynn, Norfolk

Ever wanted to live out your childhood dream of sleeping in a treehouse?

Well, you’ll love West Lexham Treehouses in that case.

With five treehouses to choose from, ranging from romantic two-person getaways to larger six-sleeper treehouses, there’s something to suit everyone.

Each treehouse feels totally magical. The handcrafted furniture and unique charm of the treehouses really bring the fairytale to life.

However, my favourite thing about West Lexham is its commitment to sustainability!

From renewable energy to delicious drinking water drawn from their own chalk spring, this is a holiday made with eco-friendly travellers in mind.

What guests say: “The place is spectacular. A real treehouse with a living tree growing through the middle, but with a cooker and lighting and heating. So tastefully done and beautiful, that it takes your breath away. It was like a set from the Lord of the Rings films. It retained all the character and charm of the time it was built but with efficient and modern doors and windows. I also explored the rambling grounds and lake, which are English countryside at its best.”

9. The Nest Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £65 for 2 people

Location: Buxton, Norfolk

This quaint self-contained shepherds hut has everything you could want to make your stay super special.

The cosy living area boasts a woodburning stove and a couple of grandfather chairs to cosy up in while watching a DVD on the TV.

And you’ve got to tuck into the mini welcome hamper while you’re at it!

Outside, there’s a small enclosed garden, table and chairs so you can soak up the sun on those sunnier British days.

What guests say: “Honestly could not fault The Nest! It was cute and cosy which is exactly what we wanted for our little staycation. The facilities exceeded our expectations, the Nest was spotless and the little touches really made it special.”

10. Bradmoor Woods


Price per night: From £300 for 30 people

Location: West Acre, King’s Lynn, Norfolk 

Looking to go glamping in Norfolk with a seriously big group of people?

Maybe you’re organising your mate’s hen do, perhaps you’re planning a big family reunion or maybe you’re arranging a team-building trip.

No matter the occasion, you will find an outdoor escape like no other at Bradmoor Woods.

Sleeping thirty people across ten-acres of mature Norfolk woodland, you’ll find a fun variety of accommodation options to spread yourself across.

Whether you fancy sleeping in a boat or a vintage cattle truck, this is definitely one of the quirkiest places to go glamping in Norfolk.

What guests say: “Back to nature – but with creature comforts thrown in… Experience living in a group in beautiful woodland – add fun, campfires and quirky camping structures and if you go down to the woods today, you’ll have a wonderful surprise.”

11. Ketteringham Hall Huts


Price per night: From £110 for 2 people

Location: Ketteringham, Wymondham, Norfolk

Set amid thirty-six acres of beautiful grounds at the majestic Ketteringham Hall, nature is at its finest at Ketteringham Hall Huts.

Both of the two huts were beautifully handcrafted in Norfolk to the high standard you see today.

Inside the spacious yet cosy huts, you’ll find a king-sized bed, wood-burning stove and ensuite bathroom, plus a small kitchenette.

However, if you don’t fancy knocking up breakfast yourself, take the short walk to The Orangery Tearoom which serves delicious breakfasts, lunches, and cream teas.

What guests say: “Such a beautiful and tranquil spot for a break away! When walking around the grounds, it was great to explore the private areas and you feel that you are the only people about. The hut had all the amenities that we needed and breakfast items were provided by the hosts. The decor of the huts are absolutely amazing and you can tell how much effort the hosts had gone to.”

12. Tin Can Camping Airstreams


Price per night: From £82 for 2 people or £115 for 4 people

Location: Loddon, Norfolk

For one of the most unique glamping holidays in Norfolk, head to Tin Can Camping.

Home to a quirky selection of airstreams, you’ll feel like you’re staying in the States rather than little old England.

It’s time to get a taste of retro Americana while getting back to nature!

Ranging from the 2-sleeper Bubble to the 4-sleeper Sovereign, there are plenty of airstreams to choose from.

And outside each airstream is a decking area complete with picnic bench and fire pit.

The perfect place to enjoy long summer evenings!

What guests say: “We loved the Airstream – stylish, comfortable, well kitted out, the bed was fantastically comfortable, with a chemical loo for middle-of-the-night trips, and a lovely wood burner stove when it got a bit chillier towards the end of our stay. The toilet and shower facilities are absolutely 5 star – luxurious, spotless and superb rainforest-style showers – better than our own at home!” 

13. Bagthorpe Treehouse


Price per night: From £225 for 2 people

Location: Bagthorpe, King’s Lynn, Norfolk

Where to start with Bagthorpe Treehouse?

Easily one of my favourite glamping holidays in Norfolk, the treehouse just oozes romance.

From the king-size four-poster bed to a huge copper bathtub, there are too many romantic touches to count.

Outside, you’ll find a huge verandah ideal for soaking up sunsets and surveying the wildlife.

There are even snowdrops in springtime and bluebells in May, transforming this already romantic haven into something even more special.

What guests say: “Superb stay at the treehouse. The bath was awesome and the towels were lovely and fluffy, super comfy beds and bedding. Everything was just perfect. The weather was very windy so we couldn’t do much after all, but it didn’t matter as we stayed in and played chess and scrabble and watched the deers, hares and squirrels as well as the stars. I would highly recommend this place.”

14. The Woodcock Cabin


Price per night: From £130 for 2 people

Location: Bagthorpe, King’s Lynn, Norfolk

This completely unique, custom-built cabin is a feast for the eyes.

From the moment you arrive, you’ll be wowed by the beautiful, comfortable interiors.

The tastefully-decorated cabin benefits from a hand-crafted king-size bed, flushing loo and white roll-top bath.

For the braver among you, there’s also an outdoor shower on your own private deck!

From here you can enjoy the local wildlife, where you’ll spot anything from hares to deer, and stargaze to your heart’s content.

What guests say: “We had such a lovely relaxing stay at The Woodcock! The deck was ideal for rainbow spotting, star gazing and sunrise watching! The BBQ hamper provided by the hosts was really delicious, including produce grown on the farm and homemade salads. The brownies left on arrival were very much appreciated too! The cabin is kitted out with all the cooking utensils and crockery you could need and the bed is super comfy.” 

15. The Oyster Catcher Dome


Price per night: From £105 for 2 people

Location: Bagthorpe, King’s Lynn, Norfolk

Fancy staying on the same site as The Woodcock but in accommodation that gets you even closer to nature?

Then, The Oyster Catcher is your best bet.

These two charming canvas-clad biodomes provide the perfect setting to recharge your batteries.

The main dome has been thoughtfully furnished with a large (and stupidly comfortable) king-size bed and a wood-burning stove to keep you cosy under canvas.

The second dome is split into two halves: one is a fully-equipped kitchen and the other is a bathroom which even has a freestanding bath for long candlelit soaks.

Talk about romantic!

What guests say: “It was idyllic! There was a good amount of wood for keeping us toasty warm in the evening and for having a bath each day. Listening to the barn and tawny owls at night was magical, and watching the hare and kestrel from bed in the morning couldn’t have been more relaxing. The kitchen supplies were just what we needed for cooking and serving ourselves lovely food without having to bring a truckload of cookware – just the ingredients.”

16. The Good Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £50 for 2 people

Location: Overstrand, Cromer, Norfolk

The Good Shepherds Hut is exactly what it says on the tin: good.

But it’s so much more than just ‘good’!

Situated on a secluded plot at the side of the hosts’ property, the hut overlooks flower beds and exotic shrubs that make you feel more immersed in nature than you actually are.

Inside the hut, you’ll find a cosy double bed, log burner and mini-fridge, and outside there’s a separate heated shower-room, small private lawn, fire pit and BBQ.

What guests say: “The Good Shepherd’s Hut is a delightful, quirky, homely place to stay. Mim has been thoughtful providing comforts such as ground coffee, tea and milk, fresh soap in the spacious bathroom, ready laid fires and a small fridge. The hut is sited in a private, quiet area fringed by trees, the sound of owls at night and only minutes walk from the sandy beach, seafront cafe and local pub,”

17. Norfolk Brickyard Safari Tents


Price per night: From £166 for 8 people

Location: Peterstone, Burnham, Norfolk

If you haven’t gathered by now, Norfolk is home to a whole load of safari tents, each as special as the last.

And Norfolk Brickyard Safari Tents are no exception.

Remote, romantic and restorative, the tents are perfectly located at the heart of the North Norfolk Coast but idyllically hidden from the crowds.

Each tent benefits from a spacious, fully-furnished interior with a large porch at the front which keeps off the cold and the rain and is perfect for dining alfresco by candlelight.

What guests say: “Such a gem! I can not recommend enough. I came for the weekend with my boyfriend and we both want to come back. The tent is cosy and has a great atmosphere and kept really warm with the log burner inside. Set in its own little clearing with a fire pit, it feels really relaxing. We particularly enjoyed playing cards the communal barn which served cocktails in the evening, and making stone-baked pizza in the pizza oven on-site!”

18. Goosewing Hut


Price per night: From £95 for 2 people

Location: Briston, Melton Constable, Norfolk

Set in the most picturesque forest, Goosewing Hut has everything you could need and more for an intimate romantic glamping getaway in Norfolk.

With a cosy kingsize bed to snuggle up in and an induction hob and combination oven microwave to cook up a great glamping feast, this beautifully handcrafted hut really is a home away from home.

However, if you prefer cooking alfresco, head outside to your private BBQ and picnic bench.

What guests say: “Delightful place to stay. Everything is thought of – we didn’t need to ask for, buy or borrow anything. Fresh flowers on the table, milk in the fridge.”

19. Jacob’s Folly


Price per night: From £120 for 6 people

Location: Briston, Melton Constable, Norfolk

Set on the same idyllic site as Goosewing Hut, Jacob’s Folly is a great alternative for larger groups of people who still want to soak up the beautiful scenery.

This shepherds hut sleeps six people across three double beds and benefits from the same facilities as Goosewing.

While it’s slightly more spacious, it still retains Goosewing’s cosy charm.

What guests say: “It was a beautiful place – especially in amongst the trees in Autumn. We had a wonderful time.”

20. Toad Hall Treehouse


Price per night: From £355 for 6 people

Location: Grimston, King’s Lynn, Norfolk

I can never get enough of treehouses and I’m sure you feel the same way, especially when they look like Toad Hall!

A woodland escape surrounded by unspoilt open views, this luxury treehouse is the ideal retreat for those wanting to glamp in serious style.

It’s one of my favourite treehouse holidays with a hot tub in the UK for a reason, after all.

Yep, that’s right, this treehouse even benefits from a private hot tub.

So sit back, watch the sunset on the west-facing terrace and wonder when your life got this good!

What guests say: “The most beautiful hidden gem amidst the woods. Quiet, tranquil and practically perfect for that all-important R&R! If you’re looking for a peaceful getaway to completely recharge this stunning venue is nothing short of 5stars. I couldn’t recommend it more highly!”

21. Luxury Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £115 for 2 people

Location: Winterton-on-Sea, Norfolk

With the Norfolk Broads and several beaches just a stone’s throw away, this luxury shepherds hut is a great place to base yourself if you want to explore the best of Norfolk.

However, its location is not the shepherds hut’s only merit. Easily my favourite thing about the hut is the log-burning hot tub.

Inside you’ll find more luxuries, such as a kingsize bed with sheep’s wool mattress, long burning stove, coffee machine, Bluetooth speakers and more.

What guests say: “Alex’s shepherds hut has been finished to an excellent standard and was clean and extremely comfortable. The extra touches like the gorgeous hand wash (I’ve already placed my own order for some) and the “mucky towel” just show how much thought has gone into making every stay extra special. The response time was very fast and nothing was too much trouble, and always with a smile.”

22. Burlingham Yurt


Price per night: From £95 for 2 people

Location: Blakeney, Norfolk

Tucked into a sunny glade alongside 450-year-old Sweet Chestnut trees, surrounded by farmland, you’ll find the beautiful and isolated Burlingham Yurt.

The yurt is built over a carpeted, raised wooden floor making this Norfolk glamping getaway feel far away from the realms of camping.

Locked by a solid oak door, inside the yurt you’ll find a double bed, sofa, two armchairs and kitchen.

Enjoy amazing night skies by the BBQ and fire pit or remove the central roof cap and stargaze from the comfort of your cosy bed.

What guests say: “The place was magical! Between them, Chris and Sheila have created something very special. We loved every moment we spent there. The attention to detail was fantastic and the handmade yurt was beautiful to be in. A special privilege to be so close to nature in such a simple way. Chris went out of his way to help us and at the same time was hugely respectful of our space. It was everything we had hoped for and more.”

23. Top Farm Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £160 for 2 people

Location: Marsham, Norfolk

Nestled at the edge of woods in the heart of Norfolk, Top Farm Shepherds Hut is one of my all-time favourite shepherds huts in Norfolk, let alone elsewhere.

It’s colourful, beautifully decorated and a real home away from home.

Inside, you’ll find a sumptuous kingsize bed, corner sofa, wood burner, kitchen and ensuite bathroom. Not only that but outside there’s a covered outdoor kitchen and bar.

Perfect for drinking the night away!

There’s a bottle of prosecco awaiting your arrival after all.

What guests say: “Super clean, stylish and great use of space. The BBQ was great for a warm evening whilst watching the sun go down and the real log burner was my favourite for a cosy evening. We usually eat out all evening when away from home however after a day of exploring we couldn’t wait to get back and enjoy time in the hut. Small touches including Prosecco, quality flip flops and nice shower gels, shampoos etc are a real treat! Books, board games and DVDs provided for fun too!”

24. Berry Hall Farm Huts


Price per night: From £140 for 2 people

Location: Barton Turf, Norwich, Norfolk

This family-run holiday retreat is home to three gorgeous shepherds huts, each as beautiful as the last.

They all benefit from a kingsize bed, underfloor heating, smart TV, hot tub and more.

And if that wasn’t enough as it is, the hosts also offer a variety of hampers to make your stay extra special.

From a luxury BBQ hamper to a celebration package of a bouquet, chocolates and prosecco, there are plenty of options to choose from.

However, my favourite thing about this Norfolk glamping site is the miles of long hikes, bike rides, fishing, birdwatching, and sailing that are all on your doorstep.

Time to get exploring!

What guests say: “We absolutely loved our stay here!! We had high expectations when booking and all were met and more! Our hut was sparkling clean on arrival and was such a lovely, warm and cosy place to stay for the week. We had everything we needed and the hot tub was a brilliant bonus to enjoy the stars at night! There were so many lovely little personal touches from the host, Hannah that made it extra special.”

25. Moat Island Stargazer Bell Tent


Price per night: From £125 for 5 people

Location: Haveringland, Norfolk

So you’ve seen a bell tent but have you ever seen a stargazers bell tent?

With a view of the stars right from the comfort of your own bed through the transparent ceiling, what is there to not love?

Before a long night snoozing under the stars, cook up a delicious BBQ on your gas camp cooker and watch the sun go down.

The sunsets around here are pretty spectacular!

What guests say: “Moat Island Glamping is an amazing place to head to for a few days of detox and relaxation whilst also enjoying extremely high-quality facilities. You can tell that the space has been created with lots of thought and detail and the area itself is beautiful. The glamping tents are spread out around the swimming pond and natural pond adorned with beautifully crafted bridges.”

26. Albion Nights Cabin


Price per night: From £135 for 2 people

Location: Woodton, Norwich, Norfolk

Lovingly hand-built using reclaimed, recycled and reused materials wherever possible, Albion Nights’ Cabin is luxury, off-grid glamping at its best.

While the inside is impressive with its double bed, woodburning stove, kitchen and ensuite (with locally made eco-bathroom products), it’s the outside that’s really special here.

Enjoy views across a private wildflower meadow from your amazing outdoor bath on the veranda.

And after you’re done soaking, tuck into your welcome hamper while cosied by the outdoor firepit.

Now that’s idyllic.

What guests say: “I travel a lot and have stayed in some amazing places. But this place absolutely blew me away! The setting is stunning and very private. The cabin itself has everything you would ever need for an ‘off-grid’ experience. It’s been thoughtfully created with amazing little touches. And having a bath in the great outdoors really is quite incredible.”

27. The Woodland Boat


Price per night: From £145 for 2 people

Location: Hingham, Norfolk

If you want to stay at one of the more unique glamping holidays in Norfolk, head to The Woodland Boat.

Who can say they’ve slept in a boat on grass, ey?

Like a Tardis, the boat is spacious inside with an open-plan kitchen, wood burner, king-sized bedroom with Smart TV, and wet room.

Outside, there’s a large gas BBQ, table and chairs.

But most importantly, there’s a hot tub that affords you unspoilt views of the countryside.

Just grab a glass of your favourite tipple and you’re good to go!

What guests say: “Amazing experience, a lovely get away from our busy city life. Getting in the hot tub after a long cold and wet walk was amazing! Looking up at the stars sitting in the hot tub with a glass of wine in hand. Warm and cosy boat when you light the wood burner. Everything you need in the boat from dressing gowns, torches, wine, fresh milk and fresh orange juice.”

28. The Herdwick Hideaway


Price per night: From £100 for 2 people

Location: Fakenham, King’s Lynn, Norfolk

Norfolk is certainly in no shortage of beautiful shepherds huts.

Close to nature, but within striking distance of the luxury of Godwick Hall, The Herdwick Hideaway is one of the most luxurious of the lot.

With a selection of lovely design features, such as oak wooden floors, butler sinks, and narrowboat wood burners, it definitely looks the part.

To make your stay extra special, order a continental breakfast or bacon buttie straight to your door.

Who can say no to waking up to that?

What guests say: “Thoughtfully decorated, clean throughout and in such a beautiful setting. We really enjoyed the breakfast basket as well as the stargazing package! Spent two evenings toasting marshmallows around the fire pit and looking up at the stars – amazing! The double hammock was fun to chill in too.”

29. The Little Hut at The Fire Pit Camp


Price per night: From £74 for 2 people

Location: Wendling, Nr Dereham, Norfolk

Small, snug and simple, the aptly-named Little Hut is ideal for those who love to get back to basics, without compromising on style or comfort.

This hut is so simple, in fact, that it comprises of just your bedroom, with twin beds and a little veranda where you can sit out in the morning.

As far as food is concerned, you can cook yourself up a feast on your BBQ or if you time your visit right, you may be able to try The Fire Pit Camp’s wood-fired, hand-stretched, Neapolitan style pizzas.

Talk about delicious.

What guests say: “We stayed for 8 nights at this beautiful site, even though we had only initially booked for 4. The lovely family who owns the site were so welcoming and helpful and even joined us at the communal campfire to roast a marshmallow or two. The facilities are excellent with plenty of hot water, a good washing up space and the helpful provision of a fridge and freezer (meaning we could check out the nearby Norfolk Ice Cream shop at North Tuddenham and bring lots back!).” 

30. Luxury Woodland Hideaway


Price per night: From £135 for 4 people

Location: Gresham, Norfolk

Nestled in the trees with stunning views down into a hidden valley, this luxury woodland hideaway is a real getaway-from-it-all getaway.

Enjoy nature at its finest here by taking a look through the binoculars provided.

You’ll spot everything from barn owls, deer and foxes to badgers, rabbits and squirrels.

Handbuilt by local craftsmen to include a fully fitted kitchen, mood lighting and woodburning stove, the wood lodge is nothing short of beautiful too.

What guests say: “It was great. 5 stars. The accommodation was absolutely perfect. A little woodland retreat overlooking an ancient stone circle. So quiet and private. The accommodation was just right for two people. Very comfortable bed and sofa. Kitchen surface made from rustic wood. All tastefully done. We visited on a stormy weekend and the wood burner was most welcome.”

31. Hut-next-the-Sea


Price per night: From £70 for 2 people

Location: Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

Situated on a secluded spot on the coast, Hut-next-the-Sea is one of the best glamping sites in Norfolk for those who love the beach.

You’re in walking distance from coastal paths, working fishing boats and chic shops galore.

However, if you just fancy chilling by the hut, you can do that too.

In the sunny garden, relax on the picnic bench or deck chairs while drinking your morning coffee.

The hut is great for all-year-round stays too with its wood burner, heated towel rail and insulation.

What guests say: “Perfect bolt hole for our North Norfolk getaway. The hut is beautiful and has everything you need, the small touches and the ginger biscuits were a lovely and very much appreciated. We loved our nights snuggled up with the log burning roaring, the radio on and a good book.”

32. Backwater Cabin


Price per night: From £202 for 8 people

Location: Wroxham, Norwich, Norfolk

If you’re looking for luxury, then look no further than Backwater Cabin.

Designed by award-winning architects, this waterside holiday home comes with buckets of luxury – words really don’t cover it!

With floor to ceiling glass windows to enjoy the spectacular panoramic views over the private lagoon, the setting is nothing short of idyllic.

In summer, dangle your feet in the water from the jetty or hop on the rowing boat and in winter, curl up by the fire or read on the day bed in the library.

This place is seriously heaven on earth.

33. Eves Hill Glamping Hut


Price per night: From £85 for 2 people

Location: Booton, Norwich, Norfolk

This glamping hut looks like it was lifted right out of the States rather than little old Norfolk.

Though maybe it’s just the chair out front that reminds me of American porches. I’d just love to sit there for hours with a book in hand watching the sun go down.

Set on a traditional family farm of nearly 400-acres, you’re likely to see buzzards, skylarks and owls flying overhead.

What guests say: “Great little site. In the middle of the clean and quiet farm with wonderful views and walks directly from the site. Made very welcome from owners and even had a look at new born calves as well as given information on walks and local attractions.”

34. Heydon Grove Farm Safari Tents


Price per night: From £123 for 6 people

Location: Heydon, Norfolk

Heydon Grove Farm is a family-run arable farm that goes back four generations!

But most importantly, it’s home to some pretty beautiful safari tents.

Children and the young at heart will love this amazing natural playground, whether it’s meeting the animals or collecting your own eggs from the farm’s chickens every morning.

There’s even a play area and indoor arts and crafts room to keep the little’uns occupied too.

What guests say:6 of us have just returned from celebrating a 30th birthday. We were warmly welcomed on arrival and everything was shown/explained to us. The huts are lovely and the little bottles Prosecco are a nice touch. Each room has a microwave, fridge and kettle which is ideal.!

35. Wild Meadow Raynham Yurts


Price per night: From £125 for 4 people

Location: Fakenham, King’s Lynn, Norfolk

Tucked away in a scenic corner of the Norfolk countryside, under the famous ‘big skies’ and surrounded by the rolling park and farmland of the Raynham Estate, it’s time to reset, recalibrate and make some memories in these beautiful yurts.

Wondering what sort of thing you can find inside?

Well, how does a super king-size bed with a comfortable mattress, rugs and blankets, and wood burner sound? Sign me up!

What guests say: “A great glamping experience that is well thought out! We spent a weekend there in the rain with our kids and we had a blast. The rain did not dampen our experience! We spent a lovely evening round the fire toasting marshmallows and the kitchen area looked magical with its sparkling lights! I’ll definitely be returning again!”

36. Choo Choo Moo Victoria Carriage


Price per night: From £120 for 2 people

Location: Alburgh, Harleston, Norfolk

Know of anyone who’s stayed in a Victorian carriage? I seriously doubt it!

So why not be the first of your friends to do it?

With an unlimited hot water supply and a log burner to keep you toasty on colder evenings, this Norfolk glamping carriage is great for all-year-round stays.

Whether it’s summer or winter, you’ll love watching the sunrise with a brew in hand from your large deck with stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

What guests say: “This is a wonderful place, Victoria is very well designed. Everything you need for a quiet getaway. The views are amazing and Holly was very quick to respond to all queries. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.”

37. Millview Meadow Pods


Price per night: From £130 for 4 people

Location: Runham, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Last but by no means least, the surprisingly spacious Millview Meadow Pods are one of the cosiest Norfolk glamping accommodation options you’ll find.

I mean, how badly do you want to curl up in that kingsize bed right now?

After a long night of stargazing from your private decking, you’ll love nothing more than closing the large French doors behind you and curling up in bed with your loved one by your side.

Only after toasting marshmallows under the night sky, of course!

And if the weather’s bad, chuck a good movie on the 32” Smart TV. Netflix and chill anyone?

What guests say: “We had a fabulous weekend staying in one of the pods. They were immaculately clean and had everything you needed for a glamping weekend, The bed was so comfortable and our daughter loved the bunk beds. Details such as white fluffy towels, milk in the fridge and a jar of cookies make all the difference too. The fire pit was perfect for the evening and we BBQ’d on it too.”

So there you have it: 37 amazing glamping holidays in Norfolk that you need to go on!

Whatever you choose, you’re definitely spoilt for choice when it comes to glamping holidays in Norfolk.

So why not visit more than one?

You definitely won’t regret it.

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