About The Area

Norfolk and the surrounding area

Tin Can Camping is a truly rural retreat, but we are well placed for accessing a number of beautiful beaches, seaside and market towns, tourist spots and the Norfolk Broads.

What’s nearby?

Norwich: 20 minute drive (direct trains run from London Liverpool Street)
Norfolk Broads: Loddon: 5 minute drive, Beccles: 20 minute drive
Norfolk/Suffolk Coastline: Lowestoft: 40 minutes, Southwold: 45 minutes
Langley Abbey wedding venue: 15 minutes
Hales Hall wedding venue: 10 minutes

A little inspiration…

Once you have arrived at Tin Can Boutique you will be spoilt with the luxury of doing as much or as little as you like. In the Camp HQ you will find a comprehensive guide of all there is to do in the immediate area and beyond but here is just a taster…

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Places to visit

The extensive waterways of the Norfolk Broads
One of the many local breweries including; Grain at Alburgh, St Peters near Bungay, Adnams at Southwold.
The beautiful market town of Bungay – the shops on Earsham Street are a must for foodies and interiors lovers: Earsham St DeliGiddens & ThompsonEarsham St Fish CoBells of Suffolk
The award winning local vineyards: Flint & Winbirri
The Heritage Coast and beautiful seaside town of Southwold
The stunning North Norfolk coastline calling in at Wells-next-the-sea, Holkham Beach, Blakeney and Cley
Norwich Castle and Cathedral

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Things to do

Hire a boat from Beccles,  Waveney River Centre, Wroxham, or Brundall and take in the Norfolk Broads, via a pub or two!!
Canoe down the River Waveney from Outney Meadow Campsite, Bungay
Learn to sail a beautiful wooden keeled boat with the friendly chaps at Hunters Yard, Ludham
Check out the fabulous Farm Shop, Cafe, peacocks, emu, Jersey cows and vineyard at Old Hall Farm, Woodton

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Walking & Cycling

Follow the Wherryman’s Way along the Norfolk Broads by foot or pedal power – various route options and distances.
Cycle the ‘Brewery Tour’ taking in pubs and breweries around the local area on a 13 mile loop
Walk the Bigod’s Way, taking in a 10 mile loop of Bungay and surrounding area.

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Where to Eat

Old Hall Farm, Woodton
The Castle Inn, Bungay
Earsham Street Café, Bungay
Sole Bay Fish Company, Southwold
Suffolk Stonehouse, Bungay
The Sail Loft, Southwold
The Dukes Head, Somerleyton
The Fritton Arms, Fritton

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