Round the Woods

Round the Woods is a small scale, luxury glamping experience where you can feel truly sheltered from the world. Snuggle up by the fire on a cool spring evening or relax in a hammock on a warm summers day. Explore the woods and get in touch with nature. Find yourself near unblemished beaches, beautiful Norfolk broads, and fabulous, fun-filled forest as well as a whole host of brilliant attractions.
We provide all you need to stay in complete comfort in one of our beautiful handcrafted yurts, making this the perfect stress-free escape. Our guests have 18 acres of Norfolk countryside to explore, including woodland and meadows.
This is the perfect place for a romantic escape – relax in the massive hammock gazing up at the tree canopy and stargaze from your bed!
Families can get back to nature with den building and pond dipping. Toasting marshmallows around the campfire is a wonderful experience.
Round the Woods is environmentally friendly with electricity provided by solar panels and water fresh from the ground. We manage the site in a low impact manner and aim to encourage wildlife and biodiversity.
We are situated in mid-Norfolk with easy access to beautiful beaches, the Norfolk Broads, the culture of Norwich as well as many great attractions.

Our business is low impact and doesn’t negatively impact the local community – we conserve resources including water and electricity and make sure we don’t degrade the local environment. There are no foundations so we can remove everything without a trace.

We bring in visitors from across the country into Norfolk and encourage guests to explore the local area and recommend places to visit thereby contributing to the local economy. 

We manage our site to improve it for wildlife and biodiversity as well as giving our guests access to explore nature. Have solar panels, energy efficient equipment, and conserve and naturally treat water and have compost toilets. 

We provide a safe, satisfying and fulfilling experience for visitors, available to all without discrimination by gender, race, disability, or in other ways.


web mail

About the author

Helen Jennings

Helen has studied at the Universities of Goldsmiths, Kent, Jyvaskyla (Finland) and The Arctic University of Norway (Tromsø) where she obtained a MA in Indigenous Studies. She has travelled extensively and has lived and worked in Canada, Scandinavia, and South America. Helen is particularly interested in cultural, indigenous, and spiritual tourism, ideas behind sensible ‘regulation’ and is convinced of the value of ethical and sustainable tourism.

Leave a Reply

Recently Online

Joined 1 week ago
Last active 7 hours ago
Joined 3 years ago
Last active 19 hours ago
Joined 1 year ago
Last active 1 day ago
Joined 2 years ago
Last active 1 day ago
Joined 4 years ago
Last active 2 days ago
Croydon, UK