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Wild Luxury Safari Farm Stay in Norfolk

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Wild Luxury, a fabulous farm-stay camping experience which brings luxury family glamping to the north Norfolk coast. Our amazing canvas safari lodges sleep up to 6 with two bedrooms, double canopy bed,great kitchen, dining area, flushing loo, hot shower and range.

Close to beach with loads to do for children of all ages.

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The last time I did safari camping was some years ago in Kenya. Not surprisingly I was a little cynical about safari camping in England. But my cynicism soon evaporated when I arrived at the gate to Wild Luxury. Wide open spaces, a fabulous wood, a communal camp fire burning and not a chimney stack to be seen.
Norfolk boasts some of the biggest skies and on a clear night you can easily imagine you are under an African sky.
Sheep in the fields and free range chickens on the site (great free eggs for breakfast if you are up before your neighbours!). Maybe not quite as exciting as the Big 5 in Kenya but your are only a short drive to some of Britain's best bird reserves. Titchwell with its new multi million pound hide is a very short drive away.
The accommodation was very comfortable with en-suite showers and a wood burning range to cook or simply heat the lodge. The Honesty Pantry comes in very handy if you have forgotten or run out of something.
If there is a downside, it's the fact that the nearest village of Sedgeford is a long walk so you really need a car to get there.
Barry D (27th May 2011)