little massingham Estate - Norfolk

Massingham by Harry Malt

On the far reaches of North West Norfolk, this 2,000 acre estate is truly a place of raw beauty. There are forests and health land, wild ponies and piggies. They all play a part in the important rewilding work that is happening here and across the county with Wild East.  It's a really really special place. With conservation at it's heart; we are proud to represent

Nestled deep deep within this rambling wilderness resides the cosiest of sites. 7 of our furnished 5m bell tents lie in situ in a woodland and dell, offering a sheltered settlement of style and comfort within miles and miles of untamed landscape. Under the big Norfolk skies, 3 of our 5m bells sit up on decks in the bluebell dell, and a small couples' retreat also decked in the corner. The adjacent oak woodland is home to 4 more bell tents, canopied under the young trees creating a really lovely timbered retreat. There's the old field barn overlooking the wood, which is a fantastic sheltered space for campers to gather - great for an exclusive glamping gathering...inside you'll find snooker and table tennis with comfy chairs for relaxing afternoons!

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New for 2022 Myrtle the Railway Carriage.....scroll down for more info on our new couples getaway at Little Massingham!

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Camp in the woods

Big Wild Landscapes - acres of footpaths and trails to explore on foot from the camp within the estate.

Meet the local wild ponies and piggies while out walking.

Re-wilding tours - There's plans for trailer tours of the estate looking at the rewilding efforts going on here.

Big Skies - space to breathe!

Woodland play under the trees and hammocks!

Hang out in the old barn - comfy chairs, games and shelter await.

Pizza oven - bring your own pizzas for an easy wood fired supper

Bring your bikes - the Peddars way literally crosses entrance to the site offering 50 miles of safe off road cycling.

And beyond


Walk over the fields to the brilliant village stores, shop, deli, take out, for a picnic lunch on the green.

Cycle to the pub - The Dabbling Duck at Gt Massingham is a fabulous spot on the village Green for top notch food and a fab enclosed garden complete.

Head to Brancaster Beach, for huge natural sandy splendour. Sand dunes and miles and miles of shallow water.

Paddle up the creek - with 2 launches near parking around Brancaster, bring your own, or rent a canoe locally.

Take your budding twitchers to Titchwell Marsh - an RSPB nature reserve on the salt marshes. 

Surround yourselves with medieval splendour - Castle Acre and Priory is a fab spot for a picnic amongst the ruins.

Cycling for all on the Peddars Way Cycle Path - 50 miles of off road track taking in the best of the Norfolk countryside. Cycle to the coast!

Venue hire

Book the whole site, 7 tents and party barn, for an exclusive glamping gathering. Click here


A brand new purpose built block with 3 showers and 3 loos and a hot water washing up area. 


Things to be aware of

No doggies on site please - land owners specification - sorry!

Myrtle The Railway for 2022!

A 1940's railway carriage, rescued, refurbished and re-homed.  Take the last train home to the wilds of North East Norfolk!  


Myrtle's enjoying her new home in the meadows of the Little Massingham Estate.  This urban getaway is nestled in it's own field, enjoying spectacular wilderness views of meadows.  It's been lovingly restored to house a bedroom compartment with double bed in 1st class, with a mini lounge / kitchen area and w/c.


With it's own garden space and seating out front, it's a perfect spot to enjoy the sunset.  


Hot showers can be found in the glamp site woodland bathrooms a short stroll away.

Where are we...

The camp is situated down many country lanes and then along a private track on The 2000 acre estate at Little Massingham, North West Norfolk, 34 miles West of Norwich - 14 miles east of Kings Lynn and 15 miles from the North Norfolk Coast.  

Click on the link below for directions...

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or type ABTC Massingham into Google Maps....postcode won't get you to the right place.