Questions & Answers

What is your COVID-19 precautions and booking guarantee?

We are aware that life post-coronavirus lockdown will be different.

This is especially true for us as hospitality owners, welcoming guests to our glamping site.

Please be reassured that we take your safety seriously. We will take all necessary precautions in line with the Government advice to reduce the risk of coronavirus.

This means we will follow advice on

  • when to open

  •  how many people will be allowed on site

  • how social distancing rules can be applied

  • increased cleaning routines in the bell tents and all facilities

 

Cleaning products will be available if you wish to be extra vigilant and clean inside the bathrooms during your stay.

If there is more we can do to reassure you, please do let Kate or Alice know. We want you to be able to relax and enjoy your holiday. 

How much is it to stay from Friday to Monday at Barn Drift Wild in Norfolk?

£250 for 2 adults, £10 per child (2 - 18) per night. 

If COVID-19 forces Barn Drift Wild to go into lockdown is our deposit and payment guaranteed?

Of course it is, you get a full refund if we go into lockdown or if a member of your family

becomes ill due to COVID-19.

What time can you check in and out at Barn Drift Wild in Norfolk?

You can check in from as early as 11am on Friday and check out as late as 4 pm on Monday.

What do I need to bring when I come glamping at Barn Drift Wild?

Due to COVID-19 we are now asking guests to bring their own bedding, hand towels and tea towels. We hope you can understand that its your health and safety that is our main priority.

Charcoal for your barbecue, wellies, waterproofs, umbrella, spare clothes, warm clothes for nighttime and a good book to read.

How far are the toilets and showers away from the bell tents at Barn Drift Wild in Norfolk?

About 100 yards away. Each tent will have its own private toilet & shower.

Are we dog friendly?

We love our furry friends but unfortunately, we also have pheasants on the farm, so we unable to have dogs stay with us. 

How comfortable are the beds at Barn Drift Wild in Norfolk?

Our guests sleep on real king size beds with a memory foam mattress. Due to COV-19 we are asking our guests to bring their own bedding. Your health and safety and safety is the most important thing to us at this time.

How much space is there between our bell tents?

We have 4 bell tents spread out over one acre of land. So, lots of wide open space for you and your family.

Do the bell tents at Barn Drift Wild in Cley have electric?

Our bell tents are non-electric, but there are are plenty of sockets up at the hangar.

What are the rules of the glamping site at barn drift wild in Cley on the North Norfolk Coast.

Please respect your neighbours.

Remove all rubbish from the tent and hangar when your holiday is over.

Leave the site as you found it.

Quiet after 10 pm and before 7 am.

Where do we park at Barn Drift Wild? 

When you drive up the lane, just before the hangar (on the left) there will be a car park on the right. You can unload your car by your tent but please keep your car in the car park.

Where is the closest place to eat when you stay at Barn Drift Wild in Norfolk?

Cley Windmill www.cleywindmill.co.uk NR25 7RP 

01263 740 209

NWT Café Cley www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org NR25 7RN 

01263 740 652

Artemis Cafe www.artemiscoffeeshop.co.uk NR25 7RA 

01263 741674

Wiveton Hall Café www.wivetonhall.co.uk NR25 7TE 

01263 740 515

 

The Wiveton Bell www.wivetonbell.co.uk NR25 7TL 

01263 740 101

 

Morston Hall www.morstonhall.com NR25 7AA 

01263 741 041

 

The Moorings www.blakeney-moorings.co.uk NR25 7NA 

01263 740 054

 

Cookies Crab Shop www.salthouse.org NR25 7AJ 

01263 740 352

Is there a pub close by?

The Wiveton Bell www.wivetonbell.co.uk NR25 7TL 

01263 740 101

The Three Swallows http://thethreeswallows.co.uk/

01263 740526

The Dun Cow http://www.salthouseduncow.com/

01263 740467

 

What is there to do with the kids near Barn Drift Wild in Cley on the North Norfolk Coast? 

Walk to Cley beach - Walk 5 minutes down Old Womans Lane to the Coastal Path, then along the network of marsh paths through the Cley bird reserve to the beach, spotting birds all the way and then swim off the beach, collect shells and pebbles or cast your fishing rod.  If you turn left on the beach and walk for an hour or two you will reach the white sands of Blakeney Point where large colonies of seals frequent.  Blakeney Point has an old life boat house, now a small museum telling you a bit about this National Trust area.

 

Marsh Walking - Walk 5 minutes down Old Womans Lane to the Coastal Path and there are literally miles and miles of marsh paths beautifully maintained and snaking all over the stunning local marshes unique to this part of the coast and home to many interesting birds.  Most of this marsh land is owned by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust.  You can walk from village to village using these paths and some beaches, there are informative signs along the way and many great places to stop and enjoy a picnic or just take in the stunning views and huge Norfolk skys.

 

Feed the ducks - Wild ducks and swans at Glandford Ford or rare breeds Blakeney Duck Pond, both well worth a visit.

 

Mud Sliding - Low tide at Blakeney and Morston offers plenty of slippery mud banks perfect for mud sliding, though we strongly advise least favourite swim wear and wash as much off in the creak as you possibly can before you leave.

 

Crabbling - All you need is some string and bacon rind tied on to the end and dangle in the the muddy creaks to tempt out the crabs before letting the poor creatures go again.

 

Church visits - St Margaret’s Church in Cley and St Nicholas in Blakeney, both walking distance and quite magnificent, well worth a visit.  St Nicholas' has an old light house at one end and St Margarets, more of a cathedral that humble village church tells the tale of medieval times when Cley Port played an important role in Englands economy.  Huge ships would sail in, tie up to the church wall to unload precious trading cargo.

 

Owl trail in Holt - Owl plaques in the pavements of Holt guide you around 24 different points of interest. Stop at the new Council Offices in historic Nelson House on White Lyon Street near the Owl Tea room and Adnams, pick up a guide book which will assist you around this Historic Georgian town. The booklet is current and up to date and it is easy to spot the points of interest. The text is full of facts and stories. Finish your walking tour with a trip to the bookshop in Appleyard where you can pick up a copy of Escapades in Holt: A fine Georgian Town and you can continue the fun following Olly the owl as he poetically explains even more about the town and its history.

 

Visit Baconsthorpe Castle -  The other side of Holt and free to visit, not well signed but hardly ever anyone there and very peaceful and unspoilt.

 

Visit Binham Priory - Interesting early medieval priory, escaped the dissolution with church still used by the village. 

Bewilderwood https://www.bewilderwood.co.uk/

BeWILDerwood is the enchanting world of Twiggles & Boggles.

An award-winning, forest full of family fun in Norfolk. BeWILDerwood is based on the magical children's books written by local author and creator of BeWILDerwood, Tom Blofeld.

The whole family can spend hours running, whizzing and clambering on the sustainable wooden play structures, from aerial ropewalks to climbing walls, balancing logs and muddled mazes in a beautiful forest setting.

Pensthorpe Nature Reserve https://www.pensthorpe.com/

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