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Glamping business opens up more opportunities for North Norfolk holidaymakers

PUBLISHED: 12:00 04 July 2018 | UPDATED: 09:03 05 July 2018

MarGins walking and glamping holidays. Gin Wilson-North with charity walker, musician and MarGins customer Matt Watson. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

MarGins walking and glamping holidays. Gin Wilson-North with charity walker, musician and MarGins customer Matt Watson. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

A holiday business offering walking and glamping trips in North Norfolk is growing its operation after a successful first season.

MarGins walking and glamping holidays. Picture : ANTONY KELLYMarGins walking and glamping holidays. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

MarGins, which runs holidays around the county’s coastal path from Hunstanton to Hopton-on-Sea, has branched out into glamping only holidays, setting up tents for holidaymakers at one of the campsites it is affiliated with – including Stiffkey, West Runton and Burnham Deepdale, where it is now the nominated glamping holiday operator.

It has also invested in a fourth tent to open up its trips to family groups.

Gin Wilson-North, who runs the business with her husband Mark, expects to double its turnover during its five-month second season, which will end in September.

She said the company is also planning to branch out into the Norfolk Broads. “We have found two campsites that are really ‘back to nature’ which is what we are all about,” she said.


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