Deepdale Backpackers & Camping, Norfolk, UK
Award winning, eco friendly, self-catering, backpackers' paradise of a hostel and campsite on the Norfolk Coast. This beautiful village by the sea is designated an "area of outstanding natural beauty" - the driest, warmest, sunniest region in the UK.
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from £18 camping to £90 yurt. All other prices in between.
Why we've chosen Deepdale
An award winning, eco friendly, self-catering hostel accommodation and campsite on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast, designated 'an area of outstanding natural beauty' and the driest, warmest, sunniest region in the UK. Escape the smog and rat race of the cities and make a break for the coast, beaches and countryside around Deepdale.
You can choose from a range of self-catering accommodation: private ensuite rooms; tipis; yurts; shepherds' huts; camping for tents & campervans; group hostel with dorm beds. Open all year round, even during Christmas and New Year. The hostel and campsite are a great place just to chill out or be as active as you like. All the facilities you need are on the doorstep, including a cafe, information centre, supermarket, shops, walking and hiking, cycling, watersports and kiting. Events run throughout the year, (see event calendar for information). Hire bikes from Deepdale Bike Hire or bring your own; enjoy watersports and kiting along the coast or pull on a pair of walking boots and go for a yomp. The Coasthopper frequent bus service runs to and from the front door so you can abandon your car and embrace the public transport confident that it will be reliable.
Top eco features at Deepdale
Restored old stable courtyard and buildings dating back to 17th Century
Recipients of a Gold Award from the David Bellamy Conservation Award Scheme
Campsite has waterless urinals and the showers have a low-flow water setting
Flush toilets use rainwater
Solar and PV panels used to generate electricity
Underfloor heating and hot roof insulation used where possible
Deepdale has a very pro-active approach to looking after the woodland on the farm
via London Kings Cross
Directions from station:
The nearest train station is King's Lynn, which has direct trains from Cambridge and London King's Cross. By changing at Ely and Cambridge you can also catch trains from Stansted Airport, Peterborough and further afield. There is also a station at Sheringham, which has trains to Norwich. The Coasthopper bus service connects with trains at both King's Lynn and Sheringham. The Coasthopper Bus Service stops at Deepdale and is a brilliant service, running every 1/2 an hour during the winter