Deepdale Rooms and Camping, Deepdale Farm, Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, PE31 8DD

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Private self catering rooms on the North Norfolk Coast

Deepdale Rooms offers a range of comfortable private self-catering rooms. You can choose from double, twin, triple, quad, family and larger rooms for small groups. Most rooms have private en suite facilities. All bedding is provided, just bring your own towels. With underfloor heating in most rooms, a laundry & drying facilities, all rooms have shared access to a large well equipped kitchen, communal dining area and living room with TV. Free WiFi throughout. Reception is the Deepdale Visitor Information Centre, with lots of info on the local area. The team can help you decide what to see and do during your stay. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the village of Burnham Deepdale occupies a very special place on the North Norfolk Coast. The staff at Deepdale each have their own passion; the wild beauty of the salt marshes in Spring, long winter walks on the Norfolk Coast Path, an awe-inspiring summer night sky, or watching migrating birds in autumn. They invite you to visit and discover your passion with them. Large groups by arrangement. There's also an adjoining campsite.

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Details

  • Beds & Rooms:

    60: 13 x dbl, 3 twin, 4 triple, 5 quad, 4 family quad, 2 small group
  • Open:

    All year. All day. Collect key from Deepdale Visitor Information Centre
  • Price per night:

    From £42 per private room
  • Booking:

    Pre-booking recommended. Essential, 20% deposit, balance 30 days in advance. Large groups by arrangement
  • Directions:

    On A149 coast road halfway between Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea. Beside Dalegate Market, opposite Deepdale Church.
  • Public Transport :

    Trains/coaches: King's Lynn (25 miles). Coast Liner bus to Burnham Deepdale, which stops right outside the Deepdale site. This bus runs from Kings Lynn to Wells-next-the-Sea and links with the Coasthopper service to Sheringham and Cromer.
  • Walks :

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Facilities

cPrivate rooms
&Family rooms
rAccessibility features
dBedding provided
gFully heated
oMeals available locally
kSelf catering facilities
'Bike/equipment store (lockable)
iDrying room
jShowers
lShop
pClothes washing facilities
[WiFi
8Green Tourism Award: Gold
uWithin 3 miles of NCN
ZDogs by arrangement
9Best Price Guarantee

r Accessibility Info

The kitchen and living room at Deepdale Rooms are fully wheelchair accessible. There are two fully accessible bedrooms with level access showers. Both include a double bed and bunk bed. ..Click for photos and more

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The War of the Worlds – Open Air Theatre – Friday 1 July 2022

June 24th 2022

The Pantaloons return for the first of their Summer shows, with their hilarious take on this classic H. G. Wells story. Comedy for all the family, a brilliant evening of comedy theatre.

The critically-acclaimed Pantaloons invade the stage in this funny yet faithful open-air adaptation of H G Wells sci-fi classic as they use musical instruments, puppetry and, um, enthusiasm to recreate deadly heat-rays, giant fighting-machines, squidgy tentacled Martians and interplanetary warfare on an epic scale. The chances of success? A million to one… “A breathless, unmissable parody… outstanding.” (Fringe Review)

If you’ve seen The Pantaloons before you know how funny they are, if you haven’t you really should experience them!

This will be an open air theatre show in the lovely surroundings of the Deepdale Orchard.

Please bring your own picnics, chairs & rugs (whether outdoor or indoor), and make an evening of this lovely outdoor theatre event.

You can also enjoy food from Deepdale Cafe (book in advance), and Deepdale Stores will be open during most of the performance for extra snacks, or provisions before the show.

Click here to book tickets: https://www.deepdalebackpackers.co.uk/events/1853184108/

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Katie Doherty & The Navigators – Live Music – Thursday 2 June 2022

May 24th 2022

We are really pleased to welcome back Katie and the Navigators for another gig at Deepdale. You may have seen their beautiful session in St Mary’s Church at Deepdale Festival 2021.

This concert is part of their national tour, publicising their new album – FLOW

Having had a preview listen of the album, Chris was blown away. It is a wonderful collection of songs, rooted in traditional folk music, infused with pop sensibilities. Deeply personal lyrics, strong and powerful vocals, coupled with memorable melodies woven together by the blend of fiddle, accordion and piano create a stunning impression on the senses. We can’t recommend it highly enough!

“The band is unafraid to shine light on the dark as they delve into a deeper concept of song writing and do well to make it exciting and profound. ’And Then’ is poetic, original and brings a traditional Folk style into the 21st Century” – Marverick Magazine

“Hers is an ascent worth following … and then some.” – Folk Radio

Katie Doherty formed the Navigators in 2018. Their power and dynamic is often described as much bigger than its component parts. Katie’s songs hang on the precipice of the current state of the world. There is enormous heart filled hope but there is much riding on where we go from here. The songs paint sweeping pictures and intricate portraits of NHS Workers, Musicians, Teachers, Artists, Protesters and Parents. They are rooted in a craggy North East landscape looking outwards across the sea, with a telescopic lens pointing firmly up, out and forward to the best future possible. Listen for echos of Regina Spektor, Nancy Kerr, Guy Garvey and Anais Mitchell all of whose influence can be found within the sound of FLOW. The music exudes heart, warmth and melody which leaves you feeling up-lifted and welcomed.

Their new album ‘FLOW’ produced by Mattie Foulds (Karine Polwart, Rachel Newton, Adam Holmes and The Embers) is due for release Summer 2022.Their 2019 album ‘And Then’ led them to live sessions on BBC Radio 2’s Mark Radcliffe Show and BBC Radio 3 In-Tune. They toured nationally taking in Sage Gateshead, Cambridge Folk Festival, Manchester Folk Festival and Cheltenham Festival to name a few.

This early Summer concert will take place in the Brick Barn, with a bar. Please bring snacks, but not drink as our bar will be serving beers, ciders, wines and soft drinks. There is some seating available, first come first served, so feel free to bring your own too.

This gig is part of the developing live music offering at Deepdale Backpackers & Camping – www.deepdalemusic.co.uk

Why not make a short break of this concert, staying before, during or after for a few nights, so you can enjoy the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.

More information: https://www.deepdalebackpackers.co.uk/events/1853183880/

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Norfolk accommodation for divers visiting The Rosalie

July 14th 2021

Deepdale Bunkhouse is 19km along the coast from the Wreck of the Rosalie, which sits just off the beach in a depth of 8m. Deepdale has is very comfortable a self contained bunkhouse ideal for hire by Dive Groups, or if you are visiting in smaller number book one of the private rooms in the hostel.

An exciting opportunity for dive groups that want to see a ship torpedoed over 100 years prior. There’s much to see on this historic dive, approx 8 meters deep as wildlife has reclaimed the wreck. You can expect to see a good variety of marine life from sea fish to sponges. Visibility is best in the summer season, and low tide makes locating the wreck much easier as the mast can be seen poking through the sea. For accessing the dive there is a car park in Weybourne by the beach, after walking around half a mile west the wreck should be visible from the shore.

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Hostellers’ Reflections of the Deepdale Granary

December 28th 2019

Our small group of hardy hostellers travelled to Deepdale Rooms and Camping, in Burnham Deepdale on the beautiful North Norfolk coast close to the National Trust Brancaster Beach and stayed in the Granary.

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