We are delighted to be able to offer our Wild Meadow Glamping and Arthur’s Cottage guests some exclusive discounts for neighbouring attractions during their visit to Norfolk.

From April, guests booking to stay at Raynham can benefit from 20% off entry to Pensthorpe and WildRootz, plus 20% off brewery tours at Duration Brewing, 20% off Safaris at Watatunga Wildlife Tours and 10% of all products, Gin School and experiences at WhataHoot

WildRootz

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Inspiring outdoor adventure play! If you are visiting Wild Meadow with Children, a trip to WildRootz at Pensthorpe is highly recommended!

Children with energy to burn will relish the challenge presented by the impressive outdoor eco-play area, and can push themselves physically whilst boosting confidence and having fun by scaling 30ft towers, swinging from zip-wires, venturing into underground tunnels and flying down twisty, worm-like slides. The high-quality play equipment is both innovative and challenging in equal measure. Or simply kick off your shoes and paddle barefoot through the Wildrootz stream – a firm favourite with lots of visitors!

Pensthorpe

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Pensthorpe is a natural home for many species of birds, mammals, invertebrates and plants. The diverse range of priority habitats together create a stunning rich landscape which Pensthorpe Conservation Trust manages for wildlife.

During a visit to Pensthorpe you can see wetlands, hedgerows, woodland, water meadows, riverbanks, species-rich farmland, breck and heath – all vital habitats for a species-rich countryside.

The value of the habitats at Pensthorpe are recognised internationally by the E.U. Special Area of Conservation (SAC) designation as well as nationally with four Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) designations. All these designations encompass the River Wensum, a lowland chalk river of significant importance which runs through the heart of the reserve. The river is also a priority habitat in the UK Biodiversity Action Plan.

Watatunga Wildlife Tours

Watatunga Wildlife Reserve
CONSERVATION TODAY, FOR WILDLIFE TOMORROW.

Watatunga is a stunning wildlife reserve in west Norfolk, just 30 minutes from Wild Meadow, Raynham.

Situated amongst 170 acres of woodland, grassland, and lakes, Watatunga provides a unique environment for over twenty types of ungulate and rare bird species to roam at their will.

The team run breeding programmes for many of the threatened species including the Malayan sambar, hog deer, mountain bongo and the great bustard, a spectacular bird which went extinct in the UK in 1832.

Access to the reserve is via electric buggies on a guided tour and must be pre-booked online via the website

Duration Brewery

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Duration is a modern farmhouse brewery in West Acre (West Norfolk) making beers that belong. The brewery
produces fresh beers and wild and blended farm-style ales brewed from nature with purpose.

Nestled in ancient woodlands midway along the Nar Valley Pilgrim Trail, the brewery sits in the ruins of an old
priory and by the banks of a chalk river. Duration brews beers that take inspiration from and pay homage to the
area’s unique terroir and produce. Made with a sense of time and place under the stewardship of head brewer Derek
Bates (former Brew By Numbers) Duration pour the regions rich bounty into every glass.

Following a complex renovation process, Duration’s sustainable brewery is both a nod to the past and look to the
future. A modern, efficient brewhouse was designed with sustainability in mind, while special care has also been taken to ensure the brewery’s construction and output does not disturb the local ecosystem.

In February 2020, the brewery was named in the top ten list of best new breweries in the world according to
RateBeer.com and in March 2020 the breweries first Wild Beer brewed collaboratively at Fyne Ales, Scotland won
gold for best Spontaneous Ale at the SIBA National Independent Beer Awards.

WhataHoot Distillery and Gin School

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Ever wanted to make your own gin? Award-winning distillery, WhataHoot is sited in the heart of historic King’s Lynn, just 30 minutes drive from Wild Meadow Glamping, Raynham.

Offering a range of locally-inspired gins and vodkas, as well as a selection of related products, WhataHoot Distillery is also a destination. The historic building on King Street has been transformed into a bespoke distillery, including the ‘Pantry’ shop, and the Gin School & Spirit Lounge.

The perfect place for Gin enthusiasts to indulge in make-your-own experiences, cocktail masterclasses and tours.

Why not combine a trip to the distillery with spending a few hours exploring historic, King’s Lynn

Guests staying at Raynham benefit from a 10% discount on products, experiences, classes and tours at WhataHoot