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Friendly campsite perfectly located on the North Norfolk coast. Fantastic views of sunset over the marshes, particularly from the western side of the site. Facilities nothing special but clean and serviceable. It's essentially a square field, so not much character, but there is plenty of space: it was full the weekend we visited but campers were certainly not on top of each other as the pitches are very generous. If you want to visit the Red Lion, you'll need to book ahead: when we tried to book Saturday lunchtime for that evening, we were met with a firm no. Still, there are fine fish and chips to be had in Wells.
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Scaldbeck CottageStiffkey Road Morston Holt, Norfolk NR25 7BJ
Traditional and petite camping. And being near the beach, there's plenty of activities, such as spotting a few seals or you could try your hand at sailing.
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Deepdale Backpackers and CampersBurnham Deepdale, Norfolk PE31 8DD
Lovely site, well run and friendly – perfect for exploring the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.
The coastal marsh is a haven for migrating birds, so expect to see a few twitchers twitching on the horizon. The Norfolk Coastal Path passes through Stiffkey, so the site’s popular with walkers. A bridge across a creek, just beyond the site, is a prime spot for crabbing. The creeks onto the marsh are muddy, so this is great for mudlarking. Further afield is Bressingham Steam and Gardens (01379 686900) near Diss, with a great selection of vintage engines and 3 narrow-gauge railway rides around the gardens there. Go Ape! High Wire Forest Adventure (08456 439162) is brilliant for the over-10s, with swings, zip wires and rope bridges to test your mettle. Hunstanton, on the West coast, is a classic Victorian resort with stripy cliffs and a good beach for rock pools and exploring.
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Food & Drink
The village shop stocks basic groceries. The Red Lion Pub is within walking distance and does good food; there’s also a playground near by (01328 830552). There’s often a fish stand at Morston for local cockles, and there are excellent dressed crabs for sale in Blakeney. Wiveton Hall Café, just beyond Blakeney, does exceptionally good food, almost all grown locally; the artichoke bruschetta and raspberry pannacotta are particularly good.
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