Enjoy a unique experience staying in one of our hand-crafted shepherd’s huts.

Bircham Windmill is an idyllic location with bakery, tearooms and windmill attraction on your doorstep to enjoy throughout the day and perfectly peaceful in the evening, not even passing traffic. The huts are warm and cosy, there is seating inside or out, outdoor cooking area and our new, beautifully built shepherd’s hut shower unit completes the experience.

  • Both have kettle, toaster, table and chairs, fridge, utensils, pull out double bed with sprung mattress and candle lamps for night time atmosphere
  • Prices during term time are £50 per night Sunday to Thursday and £55 per night Friday and Saturday. During School holidays Sunday to Thursday £55 per night and £60 per night Friday, Saturday and Bank Holiday Sundays
  • Bring your own sleeping bags or hire linen, £8 extra
  • Use of Mill toilets
  • Ryeland sleeps two
  • Romney sleeps 2 adults and 1 child or one adult and 2 children. Price is for 2 adults, extra child £10 (includes bed and bedding) no charge for infants, cot available for £10 one off fee
  • These huts are sited in the grounds of the mill overlooking open fields
  • Beautiful, quirky, hand-built shepherd's hut shower for use by guests staying in the shepherds huts or camping in the grounds at Bircham Windmill.  Inside is deluxe shower, basin, mirror and heated towel rail - a little extra luxury during your stay.
  • Dogs £5 per stay
  • Please ensure you have access to a mobile phone in case of emergencies.
The windmill tearooms and bakery are open 10am - 5pm Easter to September and there is also a pub, half a mile away (a pleasant walk via the lanes) also doing takeaway meals.
Huts have outside seating with basic outside gas cookers or a disposable bbq can be purchased from the mill shop. Hunstanton is 8 miles, Sandringham house 5 miles.
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Bircham Windmill, Great Bircham, King's Lynn, Norfolk PE31 6SJ

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