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The Grove Glamp­ing, Nor­folk

Dat­ing back to the 1790s, this charm­ing coun­try house ho­tel on the North Nor­folk coast be­gan of­fer­ing pop-up bell tents be­fore more per­ma­nently mak­ing a mark on the glamp­ing scene. The five fur­nished yurts, in­tro­duced last year, each have an ad­join­ing, cov­ered kitchen area and per­sonal pizza oven, while in­side dou­ble and bunk beds cater to fam­i­lies – the largest yurt can sleep up to eight peo­ple. Poly­tun­nels and fruit trees in the garden help sup­ply The Grove’s inim­itable and homely restau­rant – the orig­i­nal Ge­or­gian din­ing room makes for at­mo­spheric meal­times – and ham­pers can be pro­vided. Guests also have ac­cess to the pool, though it’s un­clear why you would need it: be­yond the trees at the end of the garden, a pri­vate path­way leads to Cromer’s Blue Flag beach.

Yurts from £120 per night; Over­strand Road, Cromer (01263 512412; the­grove­cromer.co.uk/glamp­ing)

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