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1 Bedroom
Sleeps 2
Max 2 pets
From £85 per night

Accepted Bircham Windmill is an idyllic location with bakery, tearooms and windmill attraction on your doorstep to enjoy throughout the day and perfectly peaceful in the evening, not even passing traffic.

Hand built with attention to detail, the Ryeland Hut is the perfect escape. Come and enjoy some peace, beautiful skies and glamping comfort. Hut includes a double pull out sofa bed, outside table and chairs, inside kettle, toaster, electric lights and plugs. There is an electric fridge beneath the hut. A welcome cream tea and milk are included in your stay, with tea bags, coffee and sugar provided so you can relax from the minute you arrive. Towels are included in the price, while duvet, pillows and bed sheet can be provided for a small additional There are three showers, a games room with TV, washing up area and pool table, as well as a fridge and freezer for guests to use.

Standing in the heart of Norfolk's undulating fields, Bircham Windmill now looks as it did over 100 years ago. At that time over 300 mills ground corn for horse & cattle feed and bread-making in Norfolk. Today, very few windmills are left, and Bircham Mill is considered one of the best still remaining and is open to the public. Entrance to the gardens is included in the price of your stay, a discounted price is charged for you to climb the windmill.

Our onsite bakery is something of a local institution and serves a whole host of traditionally-baked treats made onsite and our tearooms opens for breakfast from 9am serving full English, pancakes and lots of other options to suit all palettes..

Brancaster offers the closest beach. Walk half a mile left from the entrance and you can sometimes spot grey seals, who reside in the marshes around Titchwell Nature Reserve. Hunstanton beach is also easily reached from the campsite or, in the opposite direction, head to famous Holkham – a haunt of the royals with a ginormous stretch of sands and an equally beautiful backing of pine trees. Bircham Windmill is surrounded by the Sandringham Estate farm land and Sandringham house itself is open to the public during summer. Its a pleasant cycle from the campsite.

The onsite tearoom and bakery is a delight – the sausage rolls are a must-try during your stay. There are also plenty of good pubs in the vicinity. The nearest is in Great Bircham itself – The Kings Head – but driving (or cycling) to the coast pays dividends with pubs a plenty. Bircham Windmill is an idyllic location with bakery, tearooms and windmill attraction on your doorstep to enjoy throughout the day and perfectly peaceful in the evening, not even passing traffic.

Hand built with attention to detail, the Ryeland Hut is the perfect escape. Come and enjoy some peace, beautiful skies and glamping comfort. Hut includes a double pull out sofa bed, outside table and chairs, inside kettle, toaster, electric lights and plugs. There is an electric fridge beneath the hut. A welcome cream tea and milk are included in your stay, with tea bags, coffee and sugar provided so you can relax from the minute you arrive. Towels are included in the price, while duvet, pillows and bed sheet can be provided for a small additional There are three showers, a games room with TV, washing up area and pool table, as well as a fridge and freezer for guests to use.

Standing in the heart of Norfolk's undulating fields, Bircham Windmill now looks as it did over 100 years ago. At that time over 300 mills ground corn for horse & cattle feed and bread-making in Norfolk. Today, very few windmills are left, and Bircham Mill is considered one of the best still remaining and is open to the public. Entrance to the gardens is included in the price of your stay, a discounted price is charged for you to climb the windmill.

Our onsite bakery is something of a local institution and serves a whole host of traditionally-baked treats made onsite and our tearooms opens for breakfast from 9am serving full English, pancakes and lots of other options to suit all palettes..

Brancaster offers the closest beach. Walk half a mile left from the entrance and you can sometimes spot grey seals, who reside in the marshes around Titchwell Nature Reserve. Hunstanton beach is also easily reached from the campsite or, in the opposite direction, head to famous Holkham – a haunt of the royals with a ginormous stretch of sands and an equally beautiful backing of pine trees. Bircham Windmill is surrounded by the Sandringham Estate farm land and Sandringham house itself is open to the public during summer. Its a pleasant cycle from the campsite.

The onsite tearoom and bakery is a delight – the sausage rolls are a must-try during your stay. There are also plenty of good pubs in the vicinity. The nearest is in Great Bircham itself – The Kings Head – but driving (or cycling) to the coast pays dividends with pubs a plenty.

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