About Galley Hill Farm Camping
A friendly local business in Blakeney in Norfolk.
'THE CAMPSITE IN THE COUNTRY NEAR THE SEA'
Easy to find and centrally placed for walking and cycling around the lanes and by-ways of North Norfolk.
Set in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Galley Hill Farm Campsite is the perfect location for both coast and countryside holidays. Just one mile from Blakeney Quay and seal trips to Blakeney Point that depart from Morston Quay.
There are several surrounding villages all within easy driving and cycling distance offering places to eat from the traditional Norfolk Pub to restaurants and cafes. Blakeney Village offers visitors a host of places to eat - two pubs, two Hotels, The Moorings Restaurant, a Deli (sells delicious saugage rolls) and a wet fish shop, together with range of shops including a Spar shop (which includes a Post Office) open seven days a week, and petrol station. The regular summer bus service Coast Hopper stops in Blakeney and is a great way to see North Norfolk. Most weekends there is live music at The Harbour Rooms in Blakeney. Visit the Dairy shop next to the Priory in Binham for delicious milk straight from the dairy, together with Mrs Temple's cheese.
We welcome tents, trailer tents and small campervans but do not accept dogs.
Like the idea of camping, but not sure? Why not try our camping pod. Bring everything you would normally bring camping - camp beds, sleeping bags etc - except the tent. It's fully insulated and has a heater. Price - £35 per night based on two people sharing, additional adults £7.50 per person per night and £3 for under 18's (no charge for under 2's). Maximum occupancy 5 including babies.
Toilets and shower facilities are available and there are 7 electric hookup pitches.
Prices are £7.50 per adult per night, £3 per child (aged 3-17), under 2's are free. Electric pitches are £3.00 per night per pitch extra.
Cycle hire can be arranged through On Yer Bike Cycle Hire - please contact Jonathan on 07584308120.
Galley Hill Farm campsite is open from 20 March to 31 October. For bookings and enquiries, please contact Sal or Martin on 01263 741201. Galley Hill Farm, Langham Road, Blakeney, NR25 7PR. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCAL INFORMATION & ATTRACTIONS
Blakeney has a large playing field near the village hall which includes a zip wire. The Harbour Rooms hosts live music every weekend.
Langham Village, a mile in land from Galley Hill Farm, has a Public House the Bluebell.
Visit Cromer Pier home of the famous Pavilion Theatre and the top summer show 'Seaside Special', one of the last real End-of-the-Pier shows in England its great fun for all the family.
The Norfolk Shire Horse in Centre in West Runton is fantastic for children of all ages, regular cart rides, demonstrations, indoor displays, childrens farm a cafe and gift shop makes it a great day out.
Combine your visit with trip to the Muckleburgh Collection at Weybourne, a collection of military vehicles including 16 working tanks and a host of other exhibits.
Travel on the worlds longest 1014 gauge railway from Wells to the Medieval town of Walsingham. A centre of pilgrimage for countless years, you can join the regular guided tours or visit the Abbey grounds and Shirehall Museum.
Wells-next-the-Sea has a small but busy port a host of interesting shops, and places to eat.
The Georgian town of Holt, just 15 minutes drive away is a mecca for antique and bric-a-brac collectors.
Catch the North Norfolk Steam railway to Sheringham and steam through the countryside offering some spectacular views across the coast.
For those who enjoy their sport, North Norfolk has much to offer, fine golf courses, horse riding, tennis, wind surfing and sailing can all be found close by. The 'Splash' Leisure Centre at Sheringham is just a short drive away.
Walkers, Cyclists, and Bird Watchers are equally well catered for with miles of circular walks the long distance Norfolk Coast Path, 'Quiet Lanes' and By-ways and the superb bird reserves of Titchwell, Blakeney and Cley are all within easy reach.