The main house of Little Abbey Farm was built in 1714 with stone from the local abbey when it was dissolved.
The comfortably furnished bedrooms in the restored annexe all have their own front door and pretty views of the garden and farm; fresh flowers and other thoughtful extras are provided, including a guest sitting room with a wood-burning fire. Evening meals are available on request and our farm breakfasts have won an Breakfast Award.
Our hundred acre farm has paddocks, a pond and marked farm trails for a rustic walk; children are particularly welcome and there are farm animals to pet on site. Little Abbey Farm is situated in a peaceful part of the Nar valley just north of Swaffham, an historic town with elegant Georgian buildings which is full of character particularly on Saturdays when the weekly market is in full swing.
The medieval port town of King’s Lynn is just a ten mile drive with many fine streets and ancient maritime buildings to explore. Royal Sandringham, Houghton Hall and the long sandy beaches, nature reserves and quaint coastal towns of the stunning North Norfolk Heritage Coast are all also easily accessible.
The magnificent cathedral city of Norwich, steeped in history and offering a rare blend of medieval treasures and modern sophistication is under an hour’s drive.