Swanton Abbott Village Website

Places to Stay

Swanton Abbott boasts a small number of quality Guest Houses, B&B and Holiday Lets. They make a great base to explore the area or as a stop-over for visiting friends, family or business contacts.

Walnut Tree Barn

Walnut Tree Farm is a 17th Century farmhouse in the pretty Norfolk village of Swanton Abbott. Situated on the edge of the village an ideal position to discover the many delights of the county.

The Holiday Barn comprises a self contained barn at the end of a small range of farm buildings. The Barn, converted from an old dairy, now provides comfortable accommodation for up to four people.

For more information visit their web page: http://www.visitnorthnorfolk.co.uk/accommodation/cottage/north-walsham/walnut-tree-barn-2485.html

Contact Sally and Mark on 01692 538888 Email: mark@citibuild.co.uk

Oak Tree Barn

Oak Tree Barn is a converted former farm building, renovated to a very high standard, providing comfortable and well-equipped accommodation in a peaceful, secluded location. It's a detached conversion set in the grounds of Miller's Farm, an 18th century farmhouse and former mill. The barn and adjoining Studio Cottage form a U-shaped unit which is private and undisturbed. Oak Tree Barn was renovated in 2003 by a highly skilled team specialised in converting old agricultural buildings.

For more information visit their website:

Contact Catherine de Lara on 01692 538619 Email: delara@eie.co.uk

Lilac Barn & Lodge

Lilac Barn is a spacious single storey sleeping up to 4 people. It is charming and attractively presented barn conversion enjoying wonderful views over open countryside, The barn is full of character, being beamed throughout and it adjoins the owner's 18th century listed former farmhouse.

Lilac Lodge will be opening in early 2011. It will bring together a stunning location with a characteristic and beautifully furnished lodge for up to 2 people.

For more information visit the website:

Contact Paul and Cathy Clarke on 01692 538553
Email: paul.s.clarke@hotmail.co.uk