Tin Can Camping Coronavirus Update
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We are using the updated Government guidelines to make our site as Covid safe as possible. Various measures are being implemented such as hand washing stations outside communal areas, split bathroom facilities and time slots between the caravans, reduced shared items and closing of the communal kitchen, sofa area and pool table. Although it’s a shame to see some of our unique features go, these are necessary measures highlighted by ourselves and the Government to lower the risk of spreading the virus. We hope our guests will work with us in taking some simple steps on site to make everyone’s stay as relaxed, enjoyable and safe as possible.
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.
For the summer of 2020 we are unable to offer all of our shared facilities like the pool table and sofa areas in the Camp HQ, however our fancy showers and toilets will remain open and be cleaned regularly. Hand washing stations can be found outside each shared facility as well has cleaning products for guests to use before and after use.
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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