Brancaster Activity Centre (bac), Dial House, Harbour Way, Brancaster Staithe, Kings Lynn, Norfolk PE31 8BW
Call Brancaster Activity Centre at National Trust Holidays on 0344 335 1296
OverviewThis Grade 2 listed flint cottage is located within the picturesque harbour of Brancaster Staithe on the North Norfolk Coast. Guests are never disappointed by the stunning sea views across the beautiful marshes. Brancaster Activity Centre offers group accommodation (sole occupancy) for up to 22 guests, in 4 bedrooms with en suite facilities. Larger groups of up to 48 are also welcome, across 9 bedrooms. Your group can be creative in the self-catering kitchen, or sample the local flavours in nearby pubs and cafés. The upstairs 'snug' has a TV and wood burner and there is a garden with seating and gas BBQ. The perfect spot for activities such as sailing, walking, kite surfing and more. The Norfolk Coast Path runs by the door, as does the Coasthopper bus service. Some of Norfolk's finest birdwatching reserves are only a stones' throw away. Photos ©National Trust Images/Robert Morris, ©National Trust Images/Roy Jones, ©National Trust Images/Alex Green. This accommodation is featured on our map of Norfolk, Suffolk and the East of England and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:48:1x8, 1x7, 2x6, 3x5, 1x4, 1x2
Open:All year. Booking essential
Price per night:From £744 (2 nights/22 beds/low) to £1580 (2 nts/48 beds/high)
Booking:Booking is essential. Call booking office on 0344 335 1296.
Directions:Situated on the seaward side of the A149 in Brancaster Staithe. Turn down Harbour Way, the Activity Centre is located 200m down, on the left hand side. Visitors are encouraged, where possible to share cars.
Public Transport:Train: King's Lynn 25 miles away. The Coasthopper bus stop is 200 metres away.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation is by the sea, is available only to groups, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the available autumn half term page, the map of accommodation for school groups and the National Trust Bunkhouses map.
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Come and stay on the Norfolk coast this October half term.
October 9th 2019
Enjoy beautiful night skies, migrating birds, walks on the beach, cosy nights in and much more. You can even go and see the new seal pups at Blakeney Point. The Brancaster Centre is available for groups of 15 to 48 guests.
This National Trust Grade ll listed flint cottage lies in the picturesque harbour of Brancaster Staithe on the North Norfolk Coast. With stunning sea views across the beautiful marshes. Groups of up to 22 or 48 can be accommodated (sole occupancy). Self-cater in the well equipped kitchen, or eat out in nearby pubs and cafés. The upstairs ‘snug’ has a TV and woodburner and there is a garden with seating and gas BBQ. Perfect for sailing, walking, kite surfing, bird watching & the Norfolk Coast Path.
Brancaster Activity Centre
March 16th 2019
Our grade 2 listed National Trust cottage is decorated with cosy autumnal colours, and vibrant, friendly wall art, and is stunningly located within the harbor of Brancaster Staithe
Our grade 2 listed cottage is stunningly located within the harbour of Brancaster Staithe on the North Norfolk Coast, famous for the number of rare birds that stop in on annual migrations. We sleep up to 22 guests, in 4 newly furbished bedrooms with en suite facilities on the first floor. Larger groups of up to 48 can also use the 5 downstairs bedrooms. Our cottage also boasts picturesque sea views, a modern self catering kitchen and a ‘snug’ room with a TV and log burner. To find out more call 0344 335 1296
Spend summer on the stunning North Norfolk Coast at Brancaster Activity Centre.
January 2nd 2018
Relaxation or adventure? Brancaster Staithe is ideal for either, the choice is yours! However you enjoy your time, you’ll come away refreshed after soaking up plentyful sunshine and culture.
Feel at ease in the serene coastal village of Brancaster Staithe: a pretty coastal village with a wide expanse of golden sands-perfect for sunny sandcastles. The beach is also an ideal spot for kite surfing, sailing, and more! Or on a more relaxing day your group could take a gentle wildlife walk or experience crabbing on the harbour. And don’t forget to discover the delicious flavours of the local fishing trade by finishing off your day enjoying fish and chips on the harbour in the mild evening heat.