Shrublands Farm is a 300 acre family arable farm in the village of Northrepps, 2½ miles south-east of Cromer and 20 miles north of Norwich. It is ideally situated for exploring North Norfolk either by car, cycle or on foot. The coastline is high cliffs and sandy beaches between Sheringham and Mundesley.
The House itself dates back to the 18th century, but was modernised in part in the early 1950s. It stands in a large garden with lawns and mature trees and guests are very welcome to make use of this facility. There is ample parking at the rear of the house. Every effort is made to make guests feel at home so that they can relax and enjoy what Norfolk has to offer.
Accommodation consists of one twin/double room with private bathroom, and one twin/double room with shower and toilet en-suite. Both rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, radio alarms and color T.V. The comfortable guests sitting room has a variety of books which may be borrowed. Log fires are lit on chilly winter evenings. There is also a separate spacious dining room where guests can enjoy a hearty breakfast with our own free range eggs and locally produced bacon and sausages.
Wildlife tours of Norfolk and surrounding area can be arranged through email@example.com
Shrublands has a no smoking policy
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Tariff 2013 Prices quoted are per person per night Bed & Breakfast
|**Twin room with private bathroom||£38.00|
|**Twin room with shower & toilet en-suite||£36.00|
|**These two rooms can be twin or double
i.e 2 x 3ft single beds or 1 x 6ft double bed
Winter breaks: 3 nights for the price of 2 (November to March exlcuding Christmas and Easter)
We do not take children under 12.
Sorry, no pets.
Ann and Peter Youngman look forward to welcoming you into their home.
To the west of Sheringham are saltmarshes and the well-known bird sanctuary of Blakeney Point. Within easy reach are the National Trust properties of Felbrigg and Blickling Halls together with the recently acquired Sheringham Park. We are only half an hour's drive from Norwich with its splendid Cathedral and Norman Castle which is a first class museum and exhibition centre.