Camping, huts in England

This item appears on page 76 of the June 2013 issue.

Deepdale Farm, a working farm on the Norfolk coast in England’s southeast, has a large, undeveloped area where travelers can camp or stay in a yurt, teepee or hostel or, now, one of two shepherd’s huts. Each hut, 6 by 11½ feet, sleeps four and has a woodburning stove (fuel is provided) and an outside barbecue for cooking. 

Minimum, two nights. For one or two people, the per-night cost in low season is £50 (near $76) midweek and £60 weekend or, in high season, £80-£90 ($121-$136). For three or four people, in low season it’s £60 midweek and £70 weekend and, in high, £110-£120. 

Deepdale Leisure, Ltd. (Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, England, PE31 8DD; phone +44 [0] 1485 210256).