The Stables and The Granary at Deepdale offer a range of comfortable self-catering private rooms including double, twin, triple, quad, family and small group options. Some rooms have private ensuite shower & toilet facilities, others share facilities. All are great value options for your stay on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.
Our visitor information centre is open every day, providing helpful and knowledgeable advice on walking routes, the local Coasthopper bus service, bike hire and lots more.
The hostel rooms are grouped around a partially covered old stable courtyard, which is perfect for summer evening barbecues. The buildings date back to the 17th century and have been restored in the traditional Norfolk style.
Where possible we have used green technologies to reduce our environmental impact. 100% of our electricity is generated from renewable sources; the hostel is accessible via public transport using train services to and from King's Lynn and the Coasthopper bus service, and we are currently investing in electric car-charging points.
The North Norfolk Coast is an outdoor enthusiasts' paradise offering watersports and outdoor activities of every sort, beautiful beaches and historic buildings, so you can be as active as you want. The hostel is hugely popular with kite surfers, bird watchers, walkers, cyclists and all manner of other visitors to this beautiful part of the world. Of course you might just like to chill out and relax in our award winning self-catering accommodation or try one of our superb local pubs serving local beers and excellent seafood.
Deepdale Café is located next door serving fantastic breakfasts, lunches and snacks throughout the day, using local produce and suppliers wherever possible.
Dalegate Market has a range of shops including a supermarket for groceries and provisions, permanent shops open throughout the year, and pop up shops that change weekly.
The village has two great pubs, The Jolly Sailors and The White Horse, both within walking distance and serving locally produced ales and home cooked food.
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with one of Norfolk's Saxon round-tower churches, the village of Burnham Deepdale occupies a very special place on the North Norfolk Coast. The saltmarshes are spectacular; the walking on the Norfolk Coast Path is wonderful; the big open skies are breathtaking (with our night skies truly awe inspiring!); it's great cycling and watersports country and the bird and wildlife in the area is wonderfully diverse.
The backpackers hostel is open all year round, including Christmas and new Year, so whether in Winter or Summer, Spring or Autumn, your stay at Deepdale is a unique opportunity.