You can’t mention Brancaster Staithe Norfolk without mentioning Burnham Deepdale.  The two villages merge into one, along the main coast road, and share many of the facilities available here such as the tennis courts, the pretty church and the village hall.

This is a little part of Norfolk that you may not know.   Situated just above the Norfolk Coast Path, it’s a great stopping off point for all sorts of activities:



Brancaster Staithe Harbour was once a busy port, sailing ships carried cargo of coal and grain, for a malt house said to be the biggest in England. Trade declined in the 1800s, but a thriving fishing industry survives, and today the harbour bustles with pleasure craft.

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