At A Glance:
- Holiday barns south-west of Norwich
- Ideal location for exploring Norfolk and Suffolk
- Home to several Suffolk Punch heavy horses
- Close proximity (walking distance) to Banham Zoo
- Indoor heated swimming pool
Relax and enjoy the countryside at Wash Farm Holidays
Hidden away in Norfolk at Wash Farm, Banham, there are two new holiday barns waiting to welcome you. Ideally situated to explore Norfolk (and Suffolk), the location is perfect if your aim is to relax and enjoy the countryside.
Both Granary Barn and Cedar Barn are ideal for couples, although Cedar Barn could also accommodate one or two children on the additional sofa bed in the lounge.
Wonderfully, Wash Farm is home to several Suffolk Punch heavy horses, which are worked and shown at several of the county shows. Their paddock adjoins the cottage site and makes for some ‘nosey neighbours’ – always curious and wanting to make friends.
Both holiday barns are lovingly built and furnished, each with their own characters. Those staying have ample grounds and garden to enjoy, plus the advantage of many farm footpaths to walk and explore.
Banham Zoo, the well established 50-acre park full of wonderful, exotic and rare animals and birds is within walking distance, close enough to hear some strange animal noises in the quiet of night!
The nearby Appleyard court of small shops offers a grocery shop, local butchers, Fish & Chips, hairdressers, and The Barrel, a local drinking establishment known for its live music events.
Wash Farm is just 20 miles from Norwich, with everything that the Fine City has to offer (just browse these pages!) and there are also a host of other nearby market towns and villages to discover.
As if that was not all, then just over an hour’s drive will deliver you to the stunning Norfolk or Suffolk coastline, from Southwold and Walberswick, Lowestoft, Gt. Yarmouth or the further delights of Sea Palling, Walcott, Cromer and Sheringham.
Of course, you may want to just relax and enjoy a lazy swim in the indoor heated swimming pool followed by a laze in the garden…
Wash Farm Holidays