Information about travelling to Brancaster Staithe and
Burnham Deepdale. Whether you are coming by car, bus, train, national coach, plane,
walking or cycling you should find all the information you need.
Brancaster Staithe and
Burnham Deepdale are approximately half way between Hunstanton and
Wells-next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk Coast. Although we'd
prefer you to use one of the forms of transport listed below, we'd
still love to see you if you want to drive. When you arrive we'd
recommend you park the car and don't use it while you're here.
If you are coming from London then we suggest you take the M11, then the
A11, turning off to Swaffham and Fakenham. This is usually much quicker that
If you are coming from the Midlands head to King's Lynn and either take
the A149 coast road or A148 and turn off at Hillington to Bircham.
The Coast Hopper bus service, run by Norfolk Green,
from King's Lynn, Hunstanton, Sheringham and Cromer regularly every
day. The bus stops in most villages along the coast and most local attractions can also be reached
by this service. Traveline give very good information on the counties
First Capital Connect run services from London, via
Cambridge, to King's Lynn. National Express East Anglia run services from London, via
Ipswich, to Norwich and Sheringham. The Coast Hopper bus
service connects Burnham Deepdale to both King's Lynn and Sheringham
to link up with these bus services. To book train tickets
National Express run
national coaches from all over the UK into Norfolk. If you are
coming from the Midlands or the North then King's Lynn is probably
the easiest place to get to. If you are coming from London then
Fakenham is probably easiest, or Sheringham, which has a direct
local bus link to Burnham Deepdale. To book national coach
Norwich Airport offers scheduled flights from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, Manchester,
Bristol, Exeter, Guernsey, Jersey, Amsterdam, Paris, Bordeaux, Faro, Malaga,
Murcia and Alicante.
East Midlands Airport and London
Stansted Airport are also relatively close extending the range
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A great choice! The Norfolk
Coastal Path passes along the front of the village, and connects
with the Peddars Way and many local footpaths and bridal ways.
Other walks are offered by Barrow Common, the harbour and beach.
Maps are available from most village shops.
For more information on local walking
National Cycle Route 1 and the
Norfolk Coast Cycleway pass about 2 miles inland of the village and
there is a wealth of quiet country lanes. Cycle hire is readily
For more information on local cycling
Brancaster Staithe and Burnham Deepdale - this website is a guide to these two lovely villages on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast, a place to explore, be inspired or relax. A guide to places to stay, accommodation, places to visit, things to do, activities, attractions, shopping, food and drink, what's on and local information on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast, England