Enjoy a two night getaway in the award winning Wortwell Hall Barn. You will feel completely relaxed in this idyllic 18th century grade 11 listed building, set in the countryside of Waveney Valley in the heart of the Norfolk, just two miles from the Market Town of Harleston.
Wortwell Hall Barn is located half a mile from the village of Wortwell within a small hamlet accessed by a private road, this makes the location an ideal place to relax and enjoy a break in the picturesque surroundings of the farmhouse and watermill.
The barn itself dates back to the early 1700s and still retains all the original features of the barn, including a thatch roof and traditional Norfolk barn architecture creating a chocolate box image, the barn was converted just five years ago, to an impeccable standard within.
The grounds overlook a rolling countryside and have a secluded garden for guests to relax and enjoy the views. Their location also boasts some of the most relaxing wa
This break is for two people. Please note, breakfast is not included, however can be purchased on your visit at a small additional cost.
This is a two night stay.
This experience is for two adults, there will be other people there on the day.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This experience is available Monday to Thursday with a £20 supplement fee for Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, available November to March, subject to availability.
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