Banham ‘International’

Welcome to Banham International Terminal your very own airport and cruise terminal, home to EasyBee Airlines based here at Olde Farm, where you can buy flight tickets, have refreshments in the Bee-stro, sit and relax in the Departure lounge before take-off and finally climb aboard and fly straight into fantasyland.

Or perhaps today you prefer it to be a ship, you could be repelling pirates, from the multiple decks, climbing aboard using the ladder, ropes or climbing stones. Looking out over the pond from the telescope, checking on the ducks and swans from the crows nest.

The World is your oyster and the only limit is your imagination!



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

Feb
1
Thu
all-day Only in England at the Time & Ti... @ Time and Tide Museum
Only in England at the Time & Ti... @ Time and Tide Museum
Feb 1 – Apr 15 all-day
Touring exhibition from the Science Museum/National Media Museum of photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr. Fascinated by the eccentricities of English social customs, Tony Ray-Jones spent the latter half of the 1960s travelling across England, photographing what he saw
all-day Snowdrops at Raveningham Hall @ Raveningham Hall
Snowdrops at Raveningham Hall @ Raveningham Hall
Feb 1 – Feb 28 all-day
Located in a vast and stunning 5,500 acres of South Norfolk countryside is Raveningham Hall, the mid 18th century, Grad II* listed country estate that has been home to the Bacon family since 1735. From Thursday 1st February, snowdrop season
Feb
2
Fri
all-day Only in England at the Time & Ti... @ Time and Tide Museum
Only in England at the Time & Ti... @ Time and Tide Museum
Feb 2 – Apr 17 all-day
Touring exhibition from the Science Museum/National Media Museum of photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr. Fascinated by the eccentricities of English social customs, Tony Ray-Jones spent the latter half of the 1960s travelling across England, photographing what he saw