- Bedrooms: 10
- Sleeps: 17
- Approximate Pricing: £400 - £2500 per week
- Enjoy England Award: 4 Stars
- AA Award: 4 Stars
2 double, 3 twin + 2 single bedroom + Pond Barn
Park farm is a small quiet arable farm in the heart of Norfolk. The farm grows wheat, beans and sugar beet. The farm has cattle and sheep grazing in the summer.
Park farm also has the famous Woodrising carp fishery located on our wonderful water meadows at Woodrising, only one mile up river.
Park Farm Barns offer style and comfort and are situated amongst a courtyard of converted 18th century red brick barns
There are two units sleeping 4 or 12 - Ideal for family holidays
PARK FARM BARN; - SLEEPS 12
Sitting room with solid wood burner, large open style kitchen diner with double oven and ceramic hob, dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave, separate utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer. Oil fired central heating, ground floor power shower with washbasin and separate wc.
Bedroom 1. One double bed
Bedroom 2. One double bed
Bedroom 3. Twin beds
Bedroom 4. Twin beds
Bedroom 5. Twin beds
Bedroom 6. One single
Bedroom 7. One single
Park Farm Barn has two bathrooms comprising power shower, WC, wash basin and bath.
The barn has exposed timbers along with fitted ash hardwood floors and doors throughout. The barn is very "liveable" as one customer described it.
POND BARN - SLEEPS 5
Sitting room with ash hardwood floors, open kitchen diner, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave and oven. Also ground floor WC and wash basin.
First floor - Ash hardwood floors and doors throughout.
Bedroom 1. One double bed.
Bedroom 2 two singles
The bathroom consists of power shower, WC, wash basin and bath with a lovely tile floor.
Duvets, all white cotton bed linen and towels are included in the price.
Pets are welcome for pound;10.00 per week. The pets are not allowed upstairs.
Firewood can be provided between October and April for pound;25.00 per week.
Please Note - We do not allow stilettos to be worn on our wooden floors. Park Farm Barns are No smoking.
Prices for Park Farm Barn -7 bedroom unit sleeping maximum of 12 people.
16th July to 27th August band E
27th August to 3rd September band D
3rd September to 10th September band C
10th September to 24th September band B
24th September to 22nd October band A
22nd October to 29th October band C
29th October to 17th December band A
17th December to 7th January band E
Prices for Park Farm Pond Barn - 2 bedroom unit sleeping maximum of 5 people
16th July to 27th August Band J
27th August to 3rd September Band I
3rd September to 10th September Band H
10th September to 24 September Band G
24th September to 22nd October Band F
22nd October to 29th October Band H
29th October to 17th December Band F
17th December to 8th January Band J
Band F=350.00 Band G=400.00 BAND H=450.00 band I=450.00 Band J=500.00
Please note a 10% non refundable deposit is payable on booking. The remaining balance to be paid one month before arrival.
There is ample off road car parking, outside barbeque area, farm walks, quiet country lanes, and storage for bicycles.
The Barns overlook a small restored fenced in pond stocked with Koi carp.
Park Farm Barns are centrally located for visiting Norwich, the Norfolk Broads, Sandringham and the North Norfolk coast
Park farm barns are just outside the famous Georgian village of Hingham, home of the pilgrims who founded Hingham in America.
The village offers all manner of amenities to ensure a lovely holiday, such as Lincoln's tea rooms and restaurant, Harrods of Hingham food shop, post office, pharmacy, Doctors surgery, bakery, butchers shop, newsagents, hairdressers and the White Heart public house.
Further amenities are available in the market towns of Wymondham, Attleborough and East Dereham. Norwich airport is only 30 minutes away along with the train station (Norwich to Liverpool Street).
HERE TO VISIT
The central location of Hingham makes it a perfect location to explore the unique wonders of Norfolk. The area in, and around, Breckland was, in early medieval times, one of the most prosperous in England: this is the reason why there are so many interesting market towns, magnificent stately homes and gardens, historic sites, beautiful churches, imposing cathedrals and lovely villages like Hingham.
Tourist attractions not more than one and half hours drive.
Norwich (& its fine cathedral, castle, museums, art galleries and great shopping.)
Bury St Edmunds cathedrals, Georgian theatre(NT), museums and award winning Abbey Gardens),
Oxborough Hall(NT)-1462, (& its outstanding display of embroidery done by Mary, Queen of Scots),
Ickworth House(NT) & its magnificent paintings, including works by Titian, Gainsborough and Velasquez),
Euston Hall - home of the Duke of Grafton-(& its fine collection of paintings),
Bressingham gardens and steam museum,
East Wretham (& other nature reserves, West stow Anglo- Saxon village, Grimes Graves (English Heritage)- Neolithic flint mines, Banham Zoo, Richmond park golf club,
Reymerstone golf club which has indoor heated pool, gym, pitch and putt and restaurant which is only two minutes drive away making Park Farm Barns a perfect location for a golfing holiday.
Also within reach are
Kings Lynn and its old customs house,
Houghton hall(home of the 7th marques Cholmondely), Hedingham castle,
Norfolk's coastal resorts-
Hunstanton(&its sea life centre), Cromer, Sheringham, Wells, Blakeney, Cley, Brancaster, Burnham Market and Great Yarmouth:
Walsingham and its abbey ruins and shrine,
Newmarket races and the national stud,
Holkham Hall(the magnificent home of the Duke of Leicester,
Lavenham & its 300 listed buildings,
Wroxham and the Norfolk Broads, Holt and its Georgian houses, art galleries and the famous "Bakers and Larners" shopping experience.
Blickling Hall(NT), Felbrigg Hall(NT), Ely and its superb cathedral, stained glass museum, farmers market and Oliver Cromwell's house, Gressenhall rural life museum, Pensthorpe waterfowl park, Duxford aviation museum, Melsop farm park, Swaffham's Saturday market and many others.
WOODRISING CARP LAKE
The lake is a 2.5 acre lake sitting next to the River Blackwater on ancient water meadows. The meadows are grazed by cattle in the summer. Also we are privileged to be able to watch barn owls hunting for food in the summer.
The lake is stocked with common carp, mirror carp, tench, roach and bream. The carp run to 25lbs, tench to 10lbs and bream to 5lbs. The lake consists of three islands, variable depths from 5 feet to 12 feet and mature trees surround the lake.
Prices: Adults = pound;5.00 day - Juniors =pound;3.00 day
No keep nets - No ground bait - Barb less hooks - Use landing mats.
very warm, easy to live in and clean barn conversions with exposed timbers.
Ask the owner, Mrs. Rosemary Bunning a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.