Unique Tree Tent Accommodation with Fire Drum in Norfolk, EnglandBungay, England (United Kingdom)
Unique Tree Tent Accommodation with Fire Drum in Norfolk, England
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Floating tent accommodation: Norforlk, England
This unique tree tent accommodation is located in Kirby Cane, England, surrounded by stunning Norfolk nature and can accommodate two guests. Guests can enjoy the unique experience of sleeping amid the trees, and the tent's removable fly sheet allows for connecting with nature even more. Guests need to bring along camping equipment, bedding, sleeping bags, pillows, blankets, and towels, as only the tent is provided. Guests will have access to campsite amenities, which include composting toilets, a hot shower, and drinking water points.
This suspended tent is accessed via a rope ladder and is suitable only for those who are physically able to pull themselves inside. The tent is surrounded by trees and down below, there is a grassy field area with two wooden chairs and a fire drum. Extra firewood may be available to purchase, or guests can bring their own. Parking is available at the top of the campsite.
This eco-friendly Norfolk accommodation has three drinking water points, a sink, and three clean composting toilets. An open-top hot shower is available 24 hours a day. In the winter, the shower may not be available under certain weather conditions. Fire drums made from old washing machines are available. This site also has recycling facilities. There is a car-free camping field where additional guests or friends of glampers can pitch their tents wherever they like. Small campervans are also allowed. Guests must bring their own towels, toiletries, and cooking equipment. A car park is located at the top of the campsite, and trolleys are available to transport any equipment. There is a recreation field with plenty of space for children to run around and is a perfect place to fly a kite or to play outdoor games.
- Shared Barbecue
- Fire pit
- Dining room
- Outdoor furniture
- Sports equipment storage
- Medical services
Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Pets are not allowed in the tents but are allowed in the huts.
Smoking is not allowed.
Campervans must be no longer than 5.3 meters and no taller than 2.5 meters.
Guests must contact the host if they would like to bring a trailer tent.
The host will meet guests upon arrival to show them to their tent and will be available to answer any questions throughout their stay.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Bungay, England (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
- Safari/Game drive
This property is first and foremost a campsite and the host's pride themselves on offering as little as possible on site. This means no distractions from spending time with friends and family in the great outdoors and reconnecting with nature.
However nearby, the property is surrounded by family-friendly activities and attractions. In the summer, guests can visit the Beccles Lido, which has a heated pool, a toddler pool, and a baby pool. Canadian Canoes can be hired nearby for a tranquil day on the river, or if beaches are guests thing, there is one to suit everyone. 80 species of animal can be visited within the 100 acres walking safari at Africa Alive.
Bungay and Beccles the nearest towns have some fantastic restaurants and there is even a real ale pub within walking distance for a quick pint or two and an award-winning Italian Restaurant in the village.
There is plenty of space at the campsite to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Guests can explore the property's six acres or play a game of cricket in the recreation field. At night, guests can kick back around the campfire to enjoy the stars and the hooting of the local owls.