Bee Orchid (3 at Wild Meadow, Raynham Estate)
The Owner Says
- Super King size bed with comfortable mattress
- Option to hire children’s beds
- Bed linen provided
- Bedside crates with lamps
- Dedicated USB ports for charging mobile devices
- Rugs and blankets
- Wood burner
- BBQ with outdoor seating
- Bespoke dining area under canopy
- Hobs, pots, pans and utensils.
- Kettles and cafetieres
- Enamel tableware
- Separate designated Loos & Showers (Not Ensuite)
- Fire pit
- Free parking on site
Do the yurts have WIFI? No, WIFI is not available however there is 4G telephone coverage for most networks.
Can I bring my dog with me? No sorry, with the exception of Guide Dogs, dogs are not permitted on site.
What do we need to bring with us? Please bring your own towels, torches and toiletries. All bedding is provided and each yurt comes with crockery, cutlery and utensils, including its own BBQ.
Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee
Book with complete confidence at Wild Meadow, Raynham Estate with the Cool Camping Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:
- A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
- Balance not due until 30 days before your holiday, in case of late changes to Coronavirus guidance
- Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
- In the event of a lack of 2021 availability, switch your dates to 2022
- Due to low deposit and late balance payment, no refunds are offered
About Wild Meadow, Raynham Estate
Glampers – yes. Campers, campervans, caravans, motorhomes, dogs – no.
The Raynham Estate stretches to more than 800 acres. You can explore much of it on waymarked paths which take you through fields, woodland and along the banks of the River Wensum. The historic house and gardens at the centre of the estate are opened to the public, usually once a month, for pre-booked tours only. Check directly to see if one coincides with your stay. The North Norfolk coast is a 20-minute drive away with Holkham, Wells-Next-The-Sea, Burnham Ovary Staithe and Brancaster all popular places to visit. Houghton Hall (01485 528569), built for England’s first prime minister, Sir Robert Walpole, is nine miles away and Sandringham, the Queen’s country estate (01485 545400), is 16 miles away. There’s more history at Castle Acre Priory (01760 755394) nine miles from Wild Meadow. For wildlife lovers, Pensthorpe Natural Park is just five miles from Wild Meadow (01328 851465) with conservation gardens, wildlife walks and natural play areas for kids and then there are the RSPB reserves at Titchwell and Snettisham (on the coast, both around 20 miles). The Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Cley Marshes (01263 740008) is another renowned birdwatching site, with a great bird-hide-shaped café and visitor centre there overlooking the marshes – the neighbouring village of Blakeney is the place to head to for seal-watching boat trips.
Food & Drink
There are no pubs within walking distance of the Wild Meadow but a few top spots are just a short drive away – The Dabbling Duck (01485 520827) seven miles away in Great Massingham (said to be a favourite of the young royals and well named given the location beside the villages two picturesque duck ponds), the Bell at Brisley (07931 817585) also seven miles away and The Duck Inn at Stanhoe (01485 518330), 14 miles from site. For something really special, book in for an afternoon tea or the tasting menu at Morston Hall (01263 741041) in Blakeney. The town of Burnham Market (12 miles from Wild Meadow) is a good, if expensive, place to pick up supplies with independent shops, cafés and eateries close to the coast. For a more casual, family-friendly meal out (or takeaway) try Eric’s Fish and Chips (01485 525886) or Eric’s Pizza (01480 775415) at Drove Orchards, just off the coast road between Holme and Thornham, near Titchwell Marshes. There’s also a farm shop, fishmonger and seasonal PYO.
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Great stay in a wonderful location
Sit back, relax and enjoy the sunset
Wild Meadow, Raynham Estate is located at Lodge Farm, Swaffham Rd, Raynham, Fakenham, Norfolk NR217EF
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.