The seaside village of Happisburgh (pronounced 'Haisbro') is on the North East coast of Norfolk and is famous for its red & white lighthouse. Church Farm Barns offers visitors a quiet rural location with a sandy beach, cliff top walks, a Post Office/shop, a fresh fish shop, a traditional coaching inn, cricket & football pitches and a bowling green within a few minutes walk. The village is within 15 minutes drive of the market towns of Stalham & North Walsham offering easy access to the Norfolk Broads and many tourist attractions.
Church Farm has been a favoured location for visitors, including famous artists such as Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson and Ivon Hitchens, keen to relax in a rural idyll.
The grain barn and stables at Church Farm have been sympathetically converted to create four beautiful, award winning, cottages, which retain many original features including exposed flint walls and beams.
There is a shared recreation barn offering a racket sports area, pool table, table tennis table and a comfortable seating area with books and games, so whatever the weather there is still plenty to do. Each cottage has its own door leading directly into the recreation barn, which keeps children safe and gives family or group bookings the benefit of a single location but with the privacy of the individual cottages.
There are two six-person cottages and two four-person cottages at Church Farm Barns that can be booked individually or for group / family / business accommodation, sleeping up to 20 people.
Photograph Credit Sunset picture is reproduced with permission from Tom Mackie.