The Village of Burnham Deepdale in Norfolk

Holidays in Burnham Deepdale Norfolk

A visitors guide to Burnham Deepdale on the North Norfolk Coast. Burnham Deepdale is the western most of the Seven Burnhams, a small village with a Saxon round towered church believed to have been built after 1066 using traditional techniques.

Salt marshes and mud flats extend all the way around this coast and there are lots of  good walks around here, including the Norfolk Coastal Path. The Deepdale Cafe in Burnham Deepdale serves breakfasts, lunches, a quick snack or just a drink and a cake. Part of the Dalegate site, with a range of shops, including a small supermarket.

Just around the coast is Brancaster Staithe where you can catch a ferry out to Scolt Head Island a Nature Conservation area with one of the largest breeding colony of Sandwich Terns.

The island can be accessed from the harbour by small ferry boats which take visitors out to the reserve in the long summer months.

Brancaster Staithe also has a couple of shops, a garage, and two public houses, both of which serve delicious food. A shed which sells fresh and smoked fish, pates and the basic grocery items plus vegetables. For a further range of shops there is Burnham Market, which lies inland.

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