Bodney Lodge is a beautifully restored 19th Century barn in the Norfolk countryside that's ideal for big group holidays.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Bodney Lodge is listed in affiliation with Rural Retreats.
Step back in time in the Norfolk countryside at Bodney Lodge. This beautifully restored 19th Century barn has been converted into luxurious accommodation, while still maintaining its historical and rustic charm.
This spacious dwelling sleeps up to 12 guests, with the main barn being the impressive social heart of the property. The open plan living area is under the vaulted, oak beamed ceiling, with a seated area by the bespoke, built-in library and wood burner with stone chimney. At the other end of the space is the fully equipped, modern, farmhouse-style kitchen with a large island. Finally, in between the two is the teak dining table seating 14 people that sits underneath the antler chandelier.
There is stone flooring throughout and underfloor heating, along with stylish interior design and decor, including feature wallpaper, exposed brickwork, and bespoke headboards. Those staying are able to choose from five double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and an open mezzanine twin room, with all beds having Egyptian cotton sheets. One of the bathrooms boasts an opulent freestanding copper bath.
Guests have access to the on-site games room, called ‘The Blue Nose Bastard Of Bodney’, which is home to a full size snooker table.
Bodney Lodge is located within the 40-acre estate of Bodney Hall in Breckland, with its own private tree-lined driveway and large, enclosed and private gardens with stunning views across the surrounding countryside. Guests can also make use of the estate’s private parkland and woodland and take walks along the River Wissey - where they can also partake in fly fishing if they wish.
There are a number of other picturesque walking and cycling trails nearby, while there is plenty more to experience for those willing to venture a little further afield. The North Norfolk Coast and the secluded beaches of Brancaster and Holkham is within easy reach, as is the historic city of Cambridge with its impressive architecture and world famous university. Norfolk is also home to some of the UK’s best golf courses, such as Royal West Norfolk and Hunstanton, while horse racing fans should visit Newmarket and its royal history on race day.
Shorter stays are sometimes available in quieter months.
Bodney Lodge complies with the new Covid rule of six by splitting the Lodge into the Barn and the Stables - two separate dwellings of up to six so you can holiday with peace of mind.
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