1957 Jewel (2 at Tin Can Camping)
- A restored 1957 Jewel caravan with toilet and kitchenette parked on its own deck
- Easy glamping with separate kitchen with all mod cons and luxury bathrooms
- One of just four caravans in a small woodland site where campfires are allowed
The Owner Says
A gorgeous retro American trailer with awesome interiors, comfy bed, dining area, hob, oven, shower & toilet. This 1957 Jewel sleeps two on a comfy memory foam mattress with all bedding and towels provided. It has an on-board toilet and shower, a fully-equipped kitchen with a gas hob, kettle oven and fridge as well as a dining area. There's also an oil-filled radiator for really chilly nights, electricity via UK plug sockets, travel hairdryer, DAB radio with iPod cable and torch
Outside your caravan is a decking area with picnic bench and fire pit (logs available).
- Hand washing stations outside all communal areas
- For summer 2020/21, in line with government guidelines, bathrooms and time slots will be allocated to specific caravans. These will be cleaned frequently throughout the day and guests are asked to wipe down before and after each use with products provided.
About Tin Can Camping
Couples, families and groups who book-out all the accommodation are welcome. Unfortunately tents, campervans, caravans and dogs are not.
Although in a peaceful and rural location Tin Can is well placed for exploring the expansive waterways of the Norfolk Broads, the stunning Norfolk and Suffolk coastlines, and the historic City of Norwich - car essential! Guests are sent a welcome pack brimming with local info before their stay, here are a few of the local highlights...
Water: Our guests love to hire kayaks, paddle boards and day boats from various outlets nearby and while away some relaxing time on the quiet rivers.
Seaside: Southwold is a 45 minute drive away and boasts excellent beaches, fabulous food, crabbing off the quayside for kids, cute beach huts and fantastic independent shops. There is a wonderful beach just 30 minutes away at Gorleston where you can also take in some Banksy artwork.
Kids: Bewilderwood, Roarr Dinosaur Adventure park and The Maize Maze are firm favourites with our younger guests as is crabbing at Southwold and Walberswick.
Swim: Beccles Lido is a wonderful outdoor pool for all ages and beautifully heated n the summer time.
Food & Drink
Each caravan receives a £10 voucher for a fabulous farm shop, Old Hall Farm, Woodton just a 5 minute drive away. They have a delicious selection of their own and other local meat, cakes, bread, deli goods, raw milk, locally made frozen pizzas, fruit and veg. There is a great cafe onsite serving locally sourced breakfasts, lunches and coffees plus the resident Jersey cows, cheeky goast, peacocks, hairy pigs etc keep the kids amused during your visit.
Other Tin Can Foodie Favourites:
Earsham Street Deli, Palfrey & Hall butchers, Giddens and Thompson green grocer (all in Bungay)
Tindall Brewery (over the field from Tin Can), Flint, Winbirri and Chet Valley Vineyards - three local vineyards.
Pubs & Restaurants:
The Wildebeest, Stoke Holy Cross. The Waters Edge, Bramerton. The Wheatacre White Lion, Wheatacre. Sole Bay Fish Company, Southwold. The Swan, Loddon. Earsham Street Cafe, Bungay. The Sail Loft, Southwold. The Ship, Dunwich. Farmyard, Norwich. Jive, Norwich. Redwell Brewery, Norwich. Norwich Market - many wonderful food stalls. The Fig Bar & Grill, Gorleston.
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Rated ★★★★★ over 29 reviews
A wonderful experience!
A wonderful glamping experience
A wonderful short break in the Bubble!
Stunning site, perfect holiday
Tin Can Camping is located at Birchway Farm, Birch Way, Mundham, Norfolk NR14 6EW
Trains from London Liverpool St to Norwich are direct and take 1 hour 50 minutes. Taxi's can be taken from Norwich station to the campsite (20-25 mins) and cost around £20 if pre-booked however we do advise coming by car as we are in a rural location.