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Lodge Farm Holiday Barns

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The Courtyard
Lake ViewLake View

 Latest Specials for December & New Year Week -  Last Minute Availability

The Dairy - 1 bed / Lakeview & The courtyard both 2 bed

Lakeview - - SORRY FULL until the New Year

The Courtyard
29th November - 4th December - any 3 x nights for only £180
1 week from Friday 4th - Friday 11th December reduced to £280 (own linins £260)
11th - 18th December Fri-Fri week = WAS £332 = NOW £290 (own linens £275)

The Dairy
4/5 x nights from Sunday 6th or Monday 5th to Friday 11th December reduced to £180 (own linins £165)
1 week from Friday 11th to Friday 18th December reduced to £230 (own linins £215)
5 nights from Friday 18th to Wednesday 23rd December for £245 (own linins £225) - Decorated for Christmas week
New Year in The Dairy from Wednesday 30th December to January 6th - 1 week reduced to £429 or any 3 nights reduced to £329 - Decorated for Christmas and
New Year plus some New Year goodies

See availability page for more info on booking

The Holidays Barns

Lodge Farm offers three holiday homes, LakeView (2 bed) with its gorgeous views over Bawburgh Lakes, The Dairy (1bed) with views over the Lakes and woodland and The Courtyard (2 bed) with its private Victorian walled garden area all set in Lodge Farm - Bawburgh,  a beautiful village in Norfolk and only ten minutes drive from Norwich City Center. The barns have lovingly been converted into modern self catering barns and are surrounded by a Norfolk Wildlife conservation area, natural woodland and Bawburgh Lakes. Lodge Farm and the Holiday Cottages have gone Green with a ground source heat pump offering under floor heating throughout, our own water treatment and water sewage plant and in the future a solar panel bank. You'll be in for a treat when you holiday in East Anglia at Lodge Farm Holiday Barns - whether for a long weekend in Norwich or for a luxurious week in the comfort of the newly renovated 4 star gold holiday homes.

The History

Lodge Farm is a Jacobean Grade II* listed Farm House of great historic interest, built as a Dower house for Grizell Yelverton ( a descendant of Lord Horatio Nelson) in 1623. Two hundred and seventy years later a Victorian extension was built on the side as a hunting lodge for the Barclay (bank) family from the Colney Estate and later in the 20’s the barns were built for a Dairy, producing milk for the local villages of Bawburgh, Colney and Costessey. One hundred years later Lodge Farm was on the endangered properties list – Today the house has been lovingly restored back to its former glory along with the barns which have been converted in to three stylish holiday lets with all the luxury and green credentials of the 21 century, set in 2 acres of Beautiful countryside beside an idyllic lake.

December in Norfolk -  It's Christmas  - - The real father Christmas lives at Thursford so he can watch the Christmas spectacular, sometimes he can be seen incognito in the shopping Lanes in Norwich buying Mrs C a prezzie or two. Once I saw him at the Cromer end of pier show and again he was spoted at Yarmouth Circus at their annual water spectacular (and it is). Once I saw him water Ski in to Wells - he likes North Norfolk but not the prices thats why sometimes he stays with us at Lodge Farm but thats a secret. Some of his helpers pop in to the many museaums and theatres here in Norwich because they are ever so cultured except Gnomie who likes the pubs and clubs down the Prince of Wales Road, he took me with him once but never again - I'll leave that to the young-ens! Norwich is a great place to visit -

Lodge Farm Holiday Barns, Bawburgh, Norwich, Norfolk
So close to Norwich City Center but still in the Country             

Lake View - 2 bed - sleeps 4 *
The Courtyard - 2 bed  - sleeps 3/4 *
The Dairy - 1 bed - sleeps 2 (plus 1 child)
* interconnecting doors if required to make a 4 bed or
rent all barns together to sleep up to 10
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Contact us for Holiday bookings Norfolk Winter 2015-16

 Telephone: 01603 742 247   Click here to email