Situated in rural Norfolk we are the ideal location for cycling, walking the country lanes or visiting the coast, nearby market towns and historic sites. Places to stay in the local area are also listed below.
Located close to both the Weavers Way and the Bure Valley, Cycle Routes are plentiful. Many cycling groups call in for a pint and lunch when cycling the quiet country lanes around Banningham.
Located close to both the Weavers Way and the Bure Valley walks are plentiful. Our staff have details of several walks ranging from 5 to 8 miles within the Banningham and Colby areas. Why not leave your car in the car park and return for Lunch?
Come and discover Aylsham and what this thriving Norfolk market town has to offer.
Deer's Glade Caravan and Camping Park is a family-run caravan park and campsite set in a beautiful woodland clearing in North Norfolk, catering for touring caravans, motor homes, tents, and offering pods, bell tents and shepherd’s huts.
This comfortable and quaint 'boutique' Green House B&B features five en-suite rooms fitted with the finest facilities, mixed with the style and character that only a 17th century flint faced farm house can deliver.
Kings Beck Barn is a large, luxurious self catering holiday home set in the North Norfolk countryside, offering modern, spacious accommodation for 10 + 2 guests. It provides the ideal location for parties with friends, family holidays, holidays with children and special occasions.
A cozy retreat in the peaceful North Norfolk countryside. Surrounded by open fields and tucked away on the edge of the village of Banningham lies a fabulous hideaway!
Spring Meadow is a Caravan Club listed adult only caravan site, so you must be a Caravan Club member to use the site. The site is a 0.5 acre with five woodchip pitches. The site can be used by caravans, motor homes, trailer tents and folding campers. There is fresh water on site as well as an electric point for each pitch. There is a waste disposal point and also a lovely wet room for guests who do not want to use their on board shower.
The site is a 1/2 mile walk along country lanes to The Banningham Crown.