Welcome to Roundabout Farm
A luxurious place to stay, offering charming barn conversions sleeping up to twenty, plus comfortable B&B accommodation, nestled in the heart of the north Norfolk countryside.
This tranquil part of north Norfolk offers a charm quite of its own.
Early morning mists roll across the beautiful open landscape, quaint little villages with ancient oaks appear at every turn, and the nature reserves and long stretching sands of Blakeney, Wells-next-the-Sea, and Holkham are less than half an hour away by car.
Luxury in tranquil surroundings…
Enjoying a relaxing holiday or short break at Roundabout Farm means you have the option of exploring this beautiful part of Norfolk, or, just enjoying cosy days in one of our spacious, warm properties. It’s so welcoming here, you may not want to leave.
Courtyard Barn for families and groups
Accommodating groups or families of up to ten people comfortably, Courtyard Barn is beautifully decorated in original East Anglian tones, has a double Aga in its spacious farmhouse kitchen, and an authentic inglenook brick fireplace with woodburner in the large living room.
Five double bedrooms are located along the hallway in this mainly single story dwelling, meaning that Courtyard Barn is suitable for guests with limited mobility.
Roundabout Farm offers bed and breakfast accommodation.
Owners Richard and Victoria Kerrison have been restoring Roundabout Farm since the late 1990s, creating the perfect space for a relaxing break – and with no expense spared.
For example, the property includes a games room with full-size snooker table, state-of-the-art heating with solar panels, and an air source heat pump that ensures underfloor heating keeps visitors warm throughout the winter months.
Pear Tree Cottage and the Orangery
These were converted more recently.
Outside, seven acres of lawned areas and paddocks surround the properties. Visitors may enjoy walks around the grounds, and Roundabout Farm has direct access to woodland footpaths and quiet country lanes for those wishing to discover the natural beauty of the local area by foot or cycle.
The neighbouring villages of Briston and Heydon are three and four miles away respectively, offering local facilities including village shops and a public house. The historic market town of Holt is just six miles away, offering a delightful array of restaurants, pubs, and shops.