Group accommodation in Norfolk : Self catering bunkhouse on North Norfolk Coast

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Deepdale Groups Hostel, Deepdale Farm, Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, PE31 8DD

Deepdale Groups Hostel offers self-contained, comfortable, self-catering accommodation for groups all year round on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast. Sleeping up to 18 people in 4 bedrooms, it is the perfect location for a group or larger family gathering or reunion. A great base for a group walking break or cycling tour, or for bird or wildlife watching groups. There are two 6 bed, one 4 bed and one twin room, providing flexible sleeping arrangements. All bedding is provided; just bring your own towels. There are two showers, two toilets and two wash areas, plus a drying cupboard. Situated in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, the village of Burnham Deepdale occupies a very special place on the North Norfolk Coast. Each of the staff at Deepdale have their own passion, whether it be the wild beauty of the saltmarshes on a spring morning; long Winter walks along the Norfolk Coast Path; lying in the grass gazing up awe-inspired at a summer night sky, or an autumn day spent watching birds migrate to their winter home. Join them to discover your passion.

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Deepdale Groups Hostel | Group accommodation in Norfolk : Self catering bunkhouse on North Norfolk Coast

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01485 210256

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Rooms & Beds:

19: 2×6, 1×4, 1×3

Open:

All year. All day. Collect key from Deepdale Visitor Information Centre

Price per night:

From £216 per night, for up to 18 people

Booking:

Essential, 20% deposit, balance in advance.

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). Coastal Hopper bus to Burnham Deepdale. This bus runs from Kings Lynn to Cromer inc Sandringham.

This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is available only to groups, gives a Best Price Guarantee and is a Green Business Award Winner.

News & Offers

New developments on the Deepdale Farm Campsite

New developments on the Deepdale Farm Campsite

Deepdale Farm campsite is having a make over

Work on a new toilet and shower block started in Jan, with some 16 amp electric hook-up connections together with a chemical toilet disposal point to come. We have  installed new and hygienic hand towel and hand soap facilities in the existing toilet block and are in the process of re-measuring all the pitches to ensure everyone has enough space. New hedging and tree planting is aimed at softening the look of each of the more open fields, together with offering more protection for your tents on any breezy days. The free WiFi around the campsite is having a makeover too!  Find out more here.

Deepdale Hygge – back to the begining

Deepdale Hygge – back to the begining

Deepdale will be hosting our re-launch festival, the Deepdale Hygge, over the last weekend in March 2017.

We are returning Deepdale to its original ethos, that of a quiet, peaceful, relaxed and welcoming place to stay, from where to explore not just the beauty of the North Norfolk Coast, but also to discover your own quiet corners to fill with your very own personal hygge.  Hygge is a Danish word, meaning something like inner happiness.

Our formal re-launch festival, the Deepdale Hygge, will take place over the last weekend in March 2017, coinciding with the Deepdale Spring Market, and we would love your company.  A more details programme will follow but do please contact us in the meantime with your thoughts and suggestions, or to just say ‘hello’; we’d love to hear from you.

Times They Are A Changin’

Times They Are A Changin’

We’re back in the care of the original owners Jason & Alister Borthwick, and run by a friendly new team headed up by Chris Haycock and Laura Goodwin.

We’re back in the care of the original owners Jason & Alister Borthwick, and run by a friendly new team headed up by Chris Haycock and Laura Goodwin.

While we have a Winter of hard work ahead of us on both the campsite and in the hostel, we are open and ready to welcome you to stay right now.

We’d love to see you through this Winter … When the birdlife migrating through the skies around the North Norfolk Coast can be breathtaking, and the majesty of the sea and sky across the marshes is awe-inspiring.

Contact Deepdale Groups Hostel:

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