Ollands Farm Barn
Ollands Farm Barn was built in approximately 1709, about 30 years after the farmhouse.
It has been lovingly restored to a very high standard and features beamed, vaulted ceiling, wood burning stSeptove, central heating, quaint (but steep) paddle stairs, comfortable king-size bed in the galleried bedroom and a fully fitted kitchen and wetroom. See below for more pictures
Kitchen: The kitchen is fully fitted and equipped with cooker, microwave, dishwasher and fridge. Tea towels, oven glove and apron are all provided. On arrival you will find a pint of milk in the fridge and tea, coffee, homemade shortbread, a loaf of homemade bread, eggs and Ollands Farm jam to refresh you after your journey and get you started on your holiday. The back door leads directly to the covered veranda and secluded garden.
Living Room: The main living area of the barn is furnished with comfortable sofas one of which converts to a double bed, warm wooden floor, antique dresser and dining area to seat four. There is a TV and satellite and CD/DVD with surround sound home cinema system and a small DVD library, small novels library and a range of walking and local information books to help you make the most of your stay. Ollands Farm Barn now features free (though somewhat variable) wifi.
Bedroom: You will see that the ceiling is very low - Please mind your head! The galleried bedroom is open to the living area and so, although there is a comfortable sofa-bed downstairs, the accommodation is really more suited to a single couple or family. The paddle stairs are very steep but easy to use once you have tried them. You go up and down as normal but it is not recommended that you try to turn round and go the other way half way up or down! If you have a dog, it is unlikely he or she will be able to manage them.
Wet room: In our fabulous, luxurious wet room you will find fluffy towels, luxury bathrobes and Molton Brown toiletries including aromatic shower gel, soothing hand wash and silky smooth hand lotion.
Garden: The flint-walled courtyard and pretty garden at the rear are secure and dog friendly. The courtyard is shared with the main farmhouse - where we live but the rear Barn garden is totally private and secluded. It features wildlife pond, flower and shrub borders, rose arches and a range of climbing plants with a strong emphasis on fragrance. The flowers you find in the barn on your arrival are all grown in the gardens of Ollands Farm.
What we provide
All bed linen, towels, bathrobes. Tea-towel, apron and oven gloves.
Tea, coffee, milk, sugar, eggs, bread, homemade Ollands Farm shortbread, Ollands Farm jam and a small luxury chocolate treat
Well ordered and plentiful information on places to visit.
A selection of walking routes/books, recommendations
on places to eat, shop, takeaways etc.
Dog towels and a special tasty treat for your dog
Dog crate available on loan if required.
Please note - there is no land line telephone for the Barn.
The most reliable network for the area is Vodafone.
Guests are requested not to smoke in the Barn please.
Tesco, Sainsbury, Asda and Waitrose all deliver to the Barn, so if you want to arrange for a delivery on the day of your arrival, just let us know and we will put it all away for you. If you would rather have local food, We Love Local Food also deliver.
Special occasion? Why not treat your loved one to our special Romantic Package? Champagne, hand-tied Flowers and finest Chocolates for just £85.00
How to find us: Post code: NR12 0RR
Or - From Stalham, take the - B1159 towards Bacton and Happisburgh. After approximately 1 and 1/2 miles, look for a right-hand turn signposted Happisburgh. Follow this winding road for approx 1/3 mile to a T-junction opposite Whittleton’s Farm. Turn right and continue about 1/2 mile to another T-junction. Turn left and then left again in about 200 yards into Short Lane. You will find Ollands Farm and its barn on the third corner.