Deepdale Groups’ Hostel

This part of the East Coast is like no other in charm, quietly fascinating corners and magical moments. 

Deepdale Groups’ Hostel on the North Norfolk Coast offers, as you might expect, groups-only accommodation.

It sleeps 19 in 3, 4 and 6 bunk bedrooms. With a large open lounge, dining and kitchen area it can hosts some very convivial evenings among the exposed beams and the comfy sofas. But who is going to be indoors when there is the magical North Norfolk Coast to explore. In summer, the warmest place in Britain with open beaches and huge skies. In Autumn, the mists transform the winding tidal channels of the saltmarshes into eerie smugglers’ haunts; in winter the wide, wide skies bring crisp days, in spring the migrating birds burst life across the coast. What’s not to like?

Burnham Deepdale is set among a dizzying network of tidal channels leading out to the sea. Rich in wildlife from seals basking on the flats or long-legged wading birds darting their beaks into the mud, the landscape is enchanting. Here a fishing boats rests on its side, awaiting the change of tide to refloat it from the mudflats and there flint-walled church rises high above the levels. 

This part of the East Coast is like no other in charm, quietly fascinating corners and magical moments. 

 

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