Scaldbeck Cottage B&B and Tiny Campsite
A quiet place where you can get away from the noise and rush of city life.
Our traditional brick and flint family home is situated on the west edge of Morston Marsh, two minutes from Morston Quay on the North Norfolk Coastal Path.
We have 5 acres of grass and woodland with direct access to the marsh; a South facing terrace for B&B, barbecue area for campsite and plentiful parking spaces.
Ideal for walkers and bird watchers; bring or hire a boat and launch it on the tide, go gillie-crab fishing, sunbathe on sandy beaches or mud-slide into the creek.
Scaldbeck Cottage B&B
One large twin with ensuite bathroom £60, or two rooms, twin & double, with shared bathroom £120. Special family rate for use of both rooms £90. Single rate: £35. We do not allow dogs in the bedrooms.
Superb breakfasts with locally sourced bacon and sausages, free-range eggs and a wide range of home-made jams and marmalades. Vegetarian options and continental breakfasts also available.
FOOD ALLERGIES AND INTOLERANCES: Please talk to us about the ingredients in your breakfast when making your order. Thank you.
Food Standards Agency Hygene Rating 5, North Norfolk District Council 2015
Tents only (Please note: no hire tents, camper vans or caravans.) Space for a maximum of 12 people only. £6 per head. A shower, hand-basin and toilet room exclusively for the campsite is attached to the main cottage a few yards away. There is a fresh water sink unit on the camping field. Cooked breakfasts available by arrangement. Please check in at Scaldbeck Cottage when you arrive. Checkout time: 12noon.
“Are all the best campsites born from happy accidents? When Ned and Roberta Hamond held their daughter’s wedding in the garden of their cottage it was such a success that a campsite was born. Entering Scaldbeck Cottage you pass Ned’s son Nick’s workshop that gives the place a pleasant buzz, on a bit further and you’ll park your car before wandering past a big oak tree and you’re in the site. Boats sit under tarpaulins hinting at the nearby Morston Quay and horses graze in the next field over. It’s very simple, very unpretentious and you can see why that wedding willed it into existence. As well as getting the camping right the site is in a perfect location for the Norfolk Coast Path with the Morston Marshes just a few minutes stroll away.” www.campr.co.uk, August 2014
Tiny Campsites by Dixe Wills, Punk Publishing Ltd 2010: “Site rating – FANTASTIC”; “Friendliness rating – CHUMS FOR LIFE”
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