Tin Can Camping Coronavirus Statement
Following government regulations, our site is currently closed. We are not accepting new bookings at this time, but if you are interested in staying later in the year, please send an enquiry email. We are in the process of contacting customers with existing bookings to keep them in the loop about the situation. If you have a booking but haven’t yet heard from us please email. Stay safe and we hope to welcome you again soon.
Airstream Glamping in Norfolk – Tin Can Camping
Welcome to Tin Can Camping, Norfolk – Situated in the wilds of South Norfolk, tucked away at the end of a no through road you will find a taste of retro Americana at Tin Can Camping. Nestled in a little wood are our four beautiful American trailers waiting to capture your heart and indulge you in a luxurious glamping getaway. And for those who prefer bricks and mortar to aluminium and rivets there is our little boutique cottage, The Nook.
Want to share your weekend away with friends? We welcome small (chilled out) groups of up to 10 adults (plus up to 4 kids) who wish to book all four caravans and The Nook. And no matter what conditions the British summertime throws at you, our communal areas will provide the perfect entertaining space for you and your pals. If it’s dry you can relax by a fire pit watching the flames reflect off the aluminium exteriors and if its damp you can cosy up on a sofa and enjoy the underfloor heating and comfy sofas of the Camp HQ. For group enquiries just drop us an email email@example.com
Airstream Sovereign – available all year
Bubble, Caravanner & Jewel available from 3rd May – 30th Sept 2019
The Nook – available all year
Tin Can Camping, Birchway Farm, Birch Way, Mundham, Norfolk, NR14 6EW
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Phone: 01508 518351
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