The Owner Says
- Super King size bed with comfortable mattress
- Option to hire children’s beds
- Bed linen provided
- Bedside crates with lamps
- Battery power to charge phones and ipads
- Rugs and blankets
- Wood burner BBQ with outdoor seating
- Bespoke dining area under canopy
- Hobs, kettles and cafetieres
- Enamel tableware
- Pots, pans & all utensils
- Separate designated loos & showers (not ensuite) with Faith in Nature products
- Fire pit
- Free parking for 2 vehicles in designated parking area.
Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee
Book with complete confidence at Wild Meadow, Raynham Estate with the Glampingly Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:
- A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
- Balance due 30 days before your holiday
- Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
- Due to the flexibility provided we are unable to offer refunds
- This guarantee supersedes any other policies
Features & Facilities
The yurts sleep up to 5 comfortably, in a super-king size bed and two/three singles (there is a small additional charge of £10 per single bed which should be booked in 'extras'), making it an ideal summer break for a family, or a romantic getaway for two. It is easy to settle down for the evening under the stars, with a window above the bed offering an alternative way to star-gaze if it's a little chilly outside; and a wood burning stove to keep you toasty and warm.
In terms of facilities, each yurt will have it's own WC and shower solely for their use.
There is an outdoor seating area with each Yurt for camp style cook-ups. The Turnip Tent is an outdoor dining area under canopy with Belfast sinks, hobs, kettles, all utensils, pots, pans, camping tableware and picnic benches.
A cool box, welcome pack, phone charging point, bed side crates, lamps, lanterns cushions, throws and rugs are also included.
Perfectly situated on a private estate in North Norfolk, you can stroll along the banks of the River Wensum and through rolling parklands, enjoying the nature and tranquillity the estate offers. There are a number or easy walking routes on waymarked paths throughout the estate and for younger visitors, we supply nature activity sheets, illustrated by a local artist to connect you to your surroundings.
Hop in the car for an easy 20 minute drive to the wide-open Norfolk beaches and big blue skies, enjoying any number of local beaches; Holkham, Wells-Next-The-Sea, Brancaster or Burnham Ovary Staithe.
Those looking for some culture and history can take a short trip to Houghton, Holkham or Sandringham; or any of the nearby National Trust houses, parks and coastal areas, or even nip to Castle Acre.
Nature lovers can immerse themselves at a number of RSPB reserves locally; Snettisham, Titchwell, Cley or Pensthorpe.
Food & Drink
We are close to some very good local pubs and restaurants including the famous Dabbling Duck at Great Massingham, which is often frequented by the younger members of the Royal Family when they are staying at nearby Sandringham or Anmer Hall. Brisley Bell and The Duck at Stanhoe are also local favourites, or for really special occasions there's Morston Hall near Blakeney or The Blakeney Hotel.
Burnham Market, only 20 minutes away, hosts a number of delightful coffee shops and good restaurants or if you prefer a relaxed family meal, head over to Eric's Fish & Chips or Pizza restaurant in Thornham. There you will find a farm shop, ice-cream parlour, lifestyle stores and garden centre alongside the vast apple orchards.
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The Raynham Estate is just off the A1065 between Swaffham and Fakenham. There are several entrances so look for signs specifically for Wild Meadow. The meadow itself is car free. Wheelbarrows are provided to take your luggage from your car to your pitch, a walk of no more than 40 or 50 metres.
The closest mainline train station is at Kings Lynn, 20 miles away. Onwards travel by bus is possible but lengthy. A better alternative would be to travel by taxi from the rank at the station.