Hempstead Hall Bed & Breakfast, North Norfolk
A traditional 19th century farmhouse bed and breakfast found at the heart of a working farm in rural North Norfolk.
The farm itself is steeped in history, with records dating back to the 13th Century. Come and enjoy a relaxing stay with the Mack family on our 300 acre arable farm and unwind in the tranquil countryside.
What you can expect from your stay
- Ample safe parking
- A traditional and locally sourced farmhouse breakfast
- En-suite and private bathrooms
- Unlimited Wi-Fi
- Self-service coffee and tea tray
- A lovely garden view from your room
- Beautiful spaces to explore including a well-managed kitchen garden
- A wide variety of wildlife and birds to be spotted
- Immediate access to quiet country lanes ideal for walking and cycling
You will arrive by travelling a half mile down our private lane, flanked by fields and meadows that often home donkeys and a pony. Hempstead Hall emerges from among the trees and hedgerows just before you round a couple of turns and enter the farm yard.
Once the engine is switched off and the travelling complete, take a deep breath, pause and enjoy your first moments on the farm. It is often noted by our guests how peace-filled their first impressions are.
Hempstead Hall has been home to the Mack family since the 1930’s and is a fine example of 19th Century architecture. The interior is decked with period furniture in keeping with its history and guests are served a traditional farmhouse breakfast in the large dining room around a grand dining table.
You will be greeted warmly on arrival and introduced to Hempstead Hall and to your room, having ample time to ask questions and gain insight into what is available to you whilst you holiday in this beautiful corner of the country.