This lovely B&B has six regular rooms and three extra special rooms which are all en-suite with fantastic power showers and luxury linen and towels. Each is beautifully colour-themed with views over the courtyard garden or the farmyard. All are spacious, comfortable and well-equipped with a touch of luxury – toiletries, chocolates on the pillow, magazines, fresh flowers and of course TV/DVD and hot drinks tray with fresh milk. But if you just want to chill out, there's a comfy lounge and guests are welcome to try out the farm walks too.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Dairy Barns?
Dairy Barns has six standard bedrooms to choose from, all located on the ground floor and each with a unique colour scheme. The rooms are all fitted with an en-suite bathroom, have power showers and luxurious towels. The beds can be either king-sized or twin depending on preference and are all kitted out with cosy duvets and crisp linen. Take a look at the extra special rooms for that added touch of luxury and extra space – ideal for those special occasions or if you just want to treat yourself! If you’d prefer, there are three completely self-contained cottages available for your stay.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Norwich area?
Dairy Barns is an excellent base to explore Norfolk with great opportunities for walking, cycling and bird watching and the Broads and coast are virtually on the doorstep. Staff will be happy to recommend great places to eat and drink and make reservations for you as well as the best local places to visit.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
A farmhouse breakfast is served in the pretty red brick barn with fresh local produce; everything from homemade waffles, fruit, cereals and local bread to a Full English with free-range eggs and local sausage and bacon. Eating out at Norfolk and visiting wonderful little restaurants is just part of the fun when you're away from home. There are plenty of pubs and restaurants within easy reach of Dairy Barns and even more, but they're worth the effort further afield.