Norfolk Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

Looking for your next glamping destination? You’re in luck with the beautiful county of Norfolk. Bordering the east of England, this region is decorated by stunning coastlines and seaside villages. As you travel deeper into the heart of the area, you’ll find pockets of woodlands, busy market towns, and an impressive historical city. And on top of your list should be the famous network of rivers also known as the Broads. From forest trekking to town-hopping, there are plenty of things to do in Norfolk!

Norfolk Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

The glamping experience is even better when you have the right glamping home. Fortunately, there are tons of properties across the county of Norfolk. Couples on romantic breaks will find their hidden paradise within shepherd huts and studio lodges. Meanwhile, adventurers can make these furnished tents and yurts their home bases. And if you have a furry friend tagging along, there are pet-friendly properties that will welcome your extra guest. From self-catering features to extra perks, you’ve got everything you need in Norfolk!

  • Dragonfly Retreat
    Dragonfly Retreat
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Single-storey hut with open plan concept. Shared access to farm grounds and fire pit. Perfect hideaway for solo travellers or couples.

  • Giraffe Enclosure
    Giraffe Enclosure
    Thetford, Norfolk
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1

    Luxury safari tent located in wooded dell. All rooms are based on animal themes. Outdoor space includes fire pit, seating, and nature views.

  • The Lily PadDog Friendly
    The Lily Pad
    Thetford, Norfolk
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Open-plan lodge situated near one-acre lake. Property features gazebo and raised deck with sunken hot tub. Direct access to local paths and tracks.

  • Creake PodDog Friendly
    Creake Pod
    South Creake, Norfolk
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Modern glamping pod near North Norfolk coast. Stunning country scenery and farm alpacas. Wood-fired hot tub surrounded by nature.

  • Firefly Spa LodgeDog Friendly
    Firefly Spa Lodge
    Thetford, Norfolk
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Pet-friendly glamping lodge with private fenced garden. Garden furniture, fire pit, and infrared sauna. Near the edges of King Edward VIII Wood.

  • The Bishy Barney Bee
    The Bishy Barney Bee
    Thetford, Norfolk
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Secluded countryside cabin with hot tub and outside bath. Spacious furnished deck perfect for stargazing. Located in the heart of the Norfolk countryside.

  • Burnham Safari
    Burnham Safari
    South Creake, Norfolk
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1

    Fully-furnished safari tent within the meadow in South Creake. Boasts hidden bunk room and rustic furniture. Well-behaved dogs are welcome.

  • The Pheasant
    The Pheasant
    Attleborough, Norfolk
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Shepherd hut for couples on romantic getaways. Large decked area with rolling farmlands. Features exclusive Japanese Ofuro hot tub.

  • Glamping with LlamasDog Friendly
    Glamping with Llamas
    Wisbech, Norfolk
    Sleeps 10 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Furnished tent with see-through roof for stargazing. Amenities include BBQ, fire pit, and seating areas. Includes summerhouse for llama watching.

  • Milliners LodgeDog Friendly
    Milliners Lodge
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Log cabin located in remote woodland setting. Close to the coastline of Sheringham and Cromer. Access to onsite facilities including swimming pool, tennis court, and steam room.

  • Saltmarsh HutDog Friendly
    Saltmarsh Hut
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio hut set in remote rural location. Features breathtaking views and marshland. Direct and pet-friendly access to Stiffkey Salt marshes.

  • BarleywoodDog Friendly
    West Barsham
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Cosy shepherd hut perfect for couples. Elevated deck with sun loungers and hot tub. Property includes fenced lawn area with space for outdoor dining.


Things To Do On Your Norfolk Hot Tub Glamping Break

The county of Norfolk has so much to offer. Outdoorsy guests will love exploring the area’s nature and coastal trails. For glampers who are fond of animals, you’ve got local spots and national parks to cover. And if you want a little bit of history with your holiday, the county is filled with century-old relics and structures. Whether you’re staying over the weekend or all summer long, you mustn’t miss out on these fun glamping activities:

Put on your walking shoes and explore the Norfolk Coast Path.

The Norfolk Coast Path is a walking trail starting from Hunstanton to Hopton-on-Sea. Stretching over 80 miles long, this walking trail has been serving picturesque views to tourists since its opening in 1986. As you follow the path, treat yourself to visits to nearby seaside towns like Salthouse and Weybourne. There are also plenty of birds along the way so make sure to pack your binoculars and cameras. Here’s a tip: try visiting the trail from September to October to get the best sights!

Spot the local wildlife within your holiday home’s property.

You don’t have to travel all the way to the coast to spot some local wildlife. In fact, there might be some critters living in the neighbouring woods. All holiday homes are located near places of interest such as meadows, forest edges, or lakesides. Some properties are even built on working farms where you can collect fresh eggs and pet llamas or other farm animals. When visiting, don’t hesitate to ask the locals about the best spots for wildlife watching!

Bring your binoculars and go seal-spotting at Blakeney Point.

Blakeney Point is a small island located within North Norfolk made up of shingles, dunes, and mudflats. It’s not accessible on foot so guests will have to book ferries to tour the waters and check out the island’s residents. The area is quite famous for being the home of England’s largest grey seal colony. Every winter, over 4,000 grey seal pups are born on the grounds. However, the best times to visit are from June to August when the weather is excellent and there are higher chances of spotting the mammals on land!

Take advantage of your holiday park’s amenities.

If you’re staying in a holiday or glamping park, don’t forget to take advantage of their onsite facilities! Most of these places have their own tennis courts and games area where you can spend the afternoon with your family. Some holiday parks also have swimming pools, saunas, and steam rooms with exclusive access for their guests. It’s the perfect solution after a full day of exploring under the sun. And if you want to grab a bite, check out if the park also has an onsite restaurant or shop where you can buy snacks for later!

Surround yourself with nature’s beauty in Norfolk Lavender Fields.

Any glamping trip won’t be complete without a nature excursion. The North Lavender Fields is the perfect adventure for couples or families. Located only a few minutes away from Hunstanton, the fields have been open to visitors since 1932! The entire farm spans over 100 acres and includes a distillery, tea lounge, and an animal garden. After touring the farm, you can also visit their shop where you can buy anything lavender related as gifts or souvenirs!

Spend a family day out at the Broads National Park.

The Broads National Park is Britain’s largest protected wetland situated just half an hour away from Norwich’s city centre. The area consists of marshes and grasslands, but its most beloved feature is its network of rivers and streams crisscrossing the region for over 125 miles. Glampers love visiting the Broads when they want a quick dip in the waters or they feel like testing out their sailing skills. It’s also an excellent location for family picnics thanks to its spectacular riverside views and idyllic ambience. You can choose to tour the park on foot or on two wheels!

Exploring the sprawling woodlands of Sandringham Estate.

The Sandringham Estate is a 600-acre country park located in Norfolk. It’s best known for being the holiday residence of the Royal Family. The Sandringham Gardens alone bring over hundreds of visitors each year. However, there’s more to the estate than its historical association. The surrounding woodlands are the perfect escape for glampers who want to get lost in the wilderness and appreciate its natural beauty!

Relax and do absolutely nothing for an entire day.

Who says you have to do everything while glamping? In fact, it’s highly recommended to take a day out and do absolutely nothing. This will help you rest and recharge for your next adventure. You can also use this time to reconnect with your hobbies and interests such as reading, knitting, or playing board games. Guests are encouraged to sit back and relax on their sun loungers and enjoy the afternoon sun and refreshing breeze from the comfort of their private gardens!

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