Breaks with Benefits

New for 2018 here at Olde Farm

Nothing makes us happier here at Olde Farm than making our guests stays with us as special as possible.  So bring romance back into your lives, park your everyday responsibilities and your busy jobs at the door and indulge in a two night or more luxurious break with benefits here under our huge star filled Norfolk skies.  Available to buy as gifts for friends and family, or just for you so that you can reconnect with your loved ones in either The Borrowers or The Bee’s Knees with lots of lovely additional treats available.  To add to your pleasure, and to make sure that you make the most of your stay in Norfolk,  we will include a guide book just for you! 

Don’t want to drive?  Not a problem at all we can pick you up and drop you off from either Diss, Attleborough or Norwich train station.  Start your journey to us in style with an off-peak 1st Class ticket from Greater Anglia, you can find lots of offers on their website.  Alternatively you can fly into Norwich Airport from several national and European destinations.  

In addition to our legendary welcome basket full of home made and seasonal goodies we can work with you to add any or all of these treats below to make your stay even more special depending on your chosen budget:

  • A bottle of Champagne
  • Bespoke celebration cakes or cupcakes
  • Celebration Balloons
  • A home cooked evening meal
  • A table booked for lunch or supper at one of the local gastro-pubs or restaurants
  • Luxury picnic lunch in a wicker hamper 
  • Home made afternoon Tea with Prosecco
  • Tickets to the Zoo
  • Tickets to the Theatre
  • Tickets to the cinema at Thetford or Norwich
  • Tickets to Cinema City in Norwich with a meal and/or a bottle of wine and nibbles
  • Tickets to the racing at Snetterton Race Track
  • A stargazing experience in the gazebo with a telescope
  • A Hug with a Pug
  • Time with the Terrier-ist
  • Chauffeur driven tour of Norfolk highlights
  • Chicken and duck keeping courses
  • Cake and biscuit decorating courses
  • How to make a photobook
  • Photographing wildlife in the garden and surrounds
  • Visits to English Heritage and/or National Trust Properties
  • Bird watching at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust sites
  • Seal watching at Horsey with lunch at the Nelson’s Head
  • A romantic ride on a steam train
  • A boat trip on the Broads

Or if there is an experience that you want to have that we have not mentioned, then just tell us and if we can make it happen we will!!



Olde Farm, New Buckenham Road, Banham, Norfolk. NR16 2DA
Telephone: 01953860906
Email: info@oldefarm.co.uk

Olde Farm Cottages:

We are proud to be one of the first recipients of this new award for both our cottages. Thank you to all our guests for the fantastic reviews you gave us. Dalene & Alex

The Borrowers

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Upcoming Events

Oct
21
Sat
all-day Rembrandt: Lightening the darkne... @ Norwich Castle
Rembrandt: Lightening the darkne... @ Norwich Castle
Oct 21 2017 – Jan 7 2018 all-day
The exhibition will focus on aspects of Rembrandt’s uses of light and shade. Perhaps the most revered artist of the European tradition, Rembrandt was a supreme communicator and this exhibition will highlight the extraordinary collection of 93 etchings by him
Oct
22
Sun
all-day Rembrandt: Lightening the darkne... @ Norwich Castle
Rembrandt: Lightening the darkne... @ Norwich Castle
Oct 22 2017 – Jan 8 2018 all-day
The exhibition will focus on aspects of Rembrandt’s uses of light and shade. Perhaps the most revered artist of the European tradition, Rembrandt was a supreme communicator and this exhibition will highlight the extraordinary collection of 93 etchings by him
Oct
23
Mon
all-day Rembrandt: Lightening the darkne... @ Norwich Castle
Rembrandt: Lightening the darkne... @ Norwich Castle
Oct 23 2017 – Jan 9 2018 all-day
The exhibition will focus on aspects of Rembrandt’s uses of light and shade. Perhaps the most revered artist of the European tradition, Rembrandt was a supreme communicator and this exhibition will highlight the extraordinary collection of 93 etchings by him