Accommodation in the Norfolk Coast AONB

Deepdale sits within the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a stunningly beautiful area of the British coastline and part of the National Park family. When you cross the road from our rooms & campsite, and you are on the salt marshes of Brancaster Staithe harbour, and the Norfolk Coast Path stretches East and West throught this incredible landscape.

The landscapes of the Norfolk Coast tells a story, stretching from the ancient past to the modern day. Protected since 1968, this area has long been recognised for its unique beauty and sense of wilderness.

Close to King’s Lynn and the royal Sandringham Estate, you’ll find the Wash estuary. The area is probably named after the Old English word ‘wãse’, meaning mud, slime or ooze … but don’t let that put you off! The mudflats and marshes found here are some of the most important in the country, providing a vital food source for hundreds of thousands of bird species.

Moving along the coast, you’ll encounter wild and remote coastal marshes, shifting mud and sandflats, wide sand and shingle beaches and rolling sand dunes. The saltmarsh habitat in this area is some of the finest in the country, criss-crossed by winding creeks and home to many rare bird species.

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