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2posh2pitch is a small Glamping company on the North Norfolk coast. We hire out bell tents for just about any occasion, from family holidays to sleepover's and hen parties to weddings. Our Hen camp at Whitehall Farm in Burnham Thorpe is perfect for group bookings and our new site in Burnham Market has been a real hit with families. Both are close to beautiful beaches and with a great list of on site and off site activities, you are sure to find something to please everyone. We are open from May 1st to September 30th. We hope you enjoy looking through our website and that you find what you are looking for. 

Burnham Breck Camping at Burnham Market

Situated only a stone’s throw away from the glorious North Norfolk coastline with its many stunning beaches, wide open spaces and some of the best coastal walks.

Burnham Market is the perfect place to shop or dine and Burnham Breck camp is only a 5 minute walk away. It has the most amazing views of the coastline and is a bird watchers paradise with marsh harriers and barn owls flying in the fields below.

With 3 porta loos and 2 outside showers it has everything you need for that wild camping experience. Unfortunately we have no private facilities for our Glampers, but I think the location will make up for it.

What we supply: A beautifully furnished 5 metre bell tent, covered with soft colouful rugs, wooden tables, 4 single airbeds with fitted sheets, a charged airbed pump, 2 lanterns, 1 torch & some pretty bunting.

What you will need to bring: Duvets, pillows, towels, toiletries, head torch, something to sit on and a good book to read.

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Burnham Thorpe
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