Whitehall Farm offers Norfolk Glamping getways in a glamping pod as well as B&B and camping in Burnham Thorpe, North Norfolk. Whitehall Farm is a 560 acre arable working family farm within the Holkham Estate, situated in peaceful countryside and adjacent to the park. We are 2 and a half miles south of the North Norfolk coastline and enjoy the perfect location and base for those who wish to get away from it all or explore all that the area has to offer.
The Farmhouse and steading sits on the eastern edge of Burnham Thorpe and is predominantly a 16th century listed building enjoying views of open countryside and the burn valley. Rest assured that it is our wish to provide your party with a welcome and quality of service and surroundings that will make your stay an experience you will want to repeat.
The glamping pods are available and useable all year round. Measuring 4.8m x 2.4m they are fully insulated and heated, fully secure and include high quality large camp beds provided, kettle
bedside table, lamp lighting and 4 x 13amp sockets for your use. The pods also have a small table and 2 chairs on the decking.
ON SITE FACILITIES – all available for glampers to share and included within the price
- Washing facilities (showers, wash basins, toilets)
- Washing up area
Barbeques are allowed along with well behaved pets, dogs must be kept on a lead at all times. Pod must be vacated by 12 noon on day of departure unless prior arrangements made.
The village of Burnham Market is a 20 minute walk or 5 minute drive (2 Mile) from the campsite and has a full range of services including a bakery, grocers, greengrocer, newsagent, restaurants, bars, post office and garages.
Burnham Thorpe is a small village and civil parish on the River Burn and near to the North Norfolk coast. It is famous for being the birthplace of Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson, victor at the Battle of Trafalgar and one of Britain’s greatest heroes. At the time of his birth, Nelson’s father, Edmund Nelson, was rector of the church in Burnham Thorpe. The house in which Nelson was born was demolished soon after his father’s death, though the rectory that replaced it and the church at which his father preached can still be seen. The site of the former rectory is marked by a roadside plaque.
The village’s main public house was built in 1637 and was known as The Plough until 1798 when it was renamed The Lord Nelson in honour of the victory at the Battle of the Nile. Nelson held a dinner here for the men of the village prior to his departure to join HMS Agamemnon. The pub survives to this day.
- Beaches and seaside towns of North Norfolk
- Holkham Hall
- Holkham Nature Reserve
- Holkham Beach
- Burnham Market
- Blakeney Point
- Historic city of Norwich
Equine Facilities, Camping and B&B also available
From £45.00 per night
Dogs are very welcome but please note they are not allowed in the B&B or Farmhouse