Gresham Hall Glamping
Wake up in your beautifully appointed cosy family Bell Tent, with a proper double bed for the adults and air mattresses for the children. Our bell tents are situated in the middle of a bucolic meadow, where you’re free to relax and play, there’s even a scenic flint church for your backdrop. Just five minutes walk away you’ll find the rolling parkland of the National Trust’s Felbrigg Estate, with plenty of places to roam and admire the grazing cattle and sheep. It’s a tranquil neighbourhood and cycling is an excellent way to explore. Venture further afield along the quiet lanes to admire the local stately home (Gresham Hall) which gives the campsite its name.
Back at the ranch you’ll find cutlery, crockery and other utensils, with a picnic table outside and a glorious, atmospheric fire-pit. A cosy wood-burning stove will keep your bell tent warm when the nights get cooler and there’s even an electric blanket for the double bed.
The cosy bell tents provide luxurious camping with proper mattresses, high quality linens, coir matting and soft furnishings. Each tent is spacious and warm with a wood burning stove and electric blankets to keep you warm. The tents have mains powered lights and four sockets for guests use – so you can charge your phones and devices throughout your stay. Crockery, cutlery, pots, pans, kitchen utensils and glassware are all provided, and a corkscrew can be found in your tent’s hamper. Outside each tent has its own picnic bench and firepit. Then it’s a short stroll to the bottom of the meadow where you’ll find hot gas-powered showers, hand-washing basins, and toilets. There’s also a washing-up area with eco-washing-up liquid provided.
The meadow & beyond
When you’ve finished relaxing in the meadow and day-dreaming by the village pond, you can stroll down to the back gate of the National Trust’s Felbrigg Hall estate. It’s only a half a mile to the lush grassland with peaceful cattle, sheep and meandering footpaths. There’s also a walled garden to explore and a courtyard café if you’re feeling peckish. Slightly further afield, but still within the three mile radius, is Sherringham Park. Then there’s the renowned Cromer and Sherringham beaches with Cromer’s pier and fish and chips. Once you are in the car, North Norfolk really is your oyster with beaches, nature reserves and much more to discover.
Need to know
The loos and hot showers are individual cabins, so two people cannot use one cabin at the same time.
The washing-up area has plenty of eco washing-up liquid provided.
Check-in is contact free and there is masses of space for parking.
This is a family and couples glamping location in a rural location, the idea is to be kept snug under thick natural canvas whilst living amongst tranquil nature.
We love dogs and are delighted to be able to accommodate them. We charge £30 for this and only allow one dog per tent.
We also welcome personal tents in a small area of the meadow seperate to the glamping. Nb. We do not accept camper-vans.