A Norfolk nature reserve's new camp and glampsite has been named one of the UK's best before it has even opened to the public.

Pensthorpe, near Fakenham, was included in The Guardian's ranking of the best new camping holidays this year.

The 700-acre nature reserve is home to a diverse range of wildlife including a flamboyance of resident flamingos - but, for the first time in 2024, it will welcome humans to stay over, too.

Eastern Daily Press: The 700-acre attraction can be found in FakenhamThe 700-acre attraction can be found in Fakenham (Image: Ian Burt)

The pop-up experience will offer 24 pitches and six bell tents.

The bell tents contain one double bed and three singles and are decorated in twinkling fairy lights.

The camping experience will be available from early July until late August this year and prices range from £30 per night.

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Donna Hodds, the attraction's marketing and events manager, said: “We are thrilled to be recognised by The Guardian as one of the UK’s best new campsites for 2024.

“We look forward to welcoming guests to our new camping and glamping site, where they can enjoy the natural beauty and tranquillity of Pensthorpe while making unforgettable memories.”

Pensthorpe was included in the ranking alongside stays such as a dome which was used in the first Star Wars film on the grounds of Himley Hall in Staffordshire.

Pensthorpe has received a significant amount of praise for its visitor experience recently, being awarded a TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Award for 2023 and being named one of The Guardian's top 12 spring walks across the UK.