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this is a nice part of the world.the staithe is a height of sailing activity.the staithe is on the coastal footpath,so whether cycling or rambling this is a good starting point.if you fancy a bite to eat,then the very near deepdale village has a lovely...More
We did a wonderful walk along the costal path from Deepdale campsite to Brancaster beach which took about an hour. Stunning scenery! The beach is great, miles of white sand and a shallow sea, plenty of room for everyone, and just a small kiosk and...More
Two pubs both with restaurants and good beer, fresh fish shop, garage with supermarket row of shops with a great little cafe( word doesn't do it justice) that had superb breakfasts and coffees. Tennis club access to sailing. Coastal hopper bus. Access to staithe and...More
This place still retains an old sea-dog like ambience. At low tide the waders almost scuttle at your feet and the boats lying at a list in the mud just add to the sea-faring feel. The walk along the sea bank can be muddy at...More
We walked along the top of the sea defence dyke adjacent to Brancaster Staithe/Deepdale. The weather was grey to grim and yet the wonderful Norfolk countryside still shone through - flat terrain affording views for miles of the delicate watercolour scenery . Humans and dogs...More
A day on Brancaster Staithe is time well spent if you like boats, sea views, working fishing port and fantastic sea food from "The Crab Hut" right on the shore an supplied by one of the boats in the inlet.