Earsham Park Farm Holiday Accommodation, Bed And Breakfast, Bungay, Suffolk
An introduction to Earsham Park Farm Holiday Accommodation, Bed And Breakfast, Bungay, Suffolk
Earsham Park Farm is only a short drive away from the historic city of Norwich, the lovely seaside town of Southwold and all Suffolk coastal resorts. We offer 3 double, en-suite rooms in our bed and breakfast accommodation.
Earsham Park Farm is situated 3 miles away from Bungay and 5 miles from Harleston. The historic city of Norwich, the charismatic seaside town of Southwold, the beautiful waterways of the Norfolk Broads and the Norfolk and Suffolk coastal resorts are only a short drive away.
The house itself has been very carefully refurbished so it can keep the elegance and charm of the Victorian era and combine it with every modern comfort and convenience. The atmosphere is relaxed with 3 beautiful and spacious ensuite rooms, each with it's own personality and feeling to it but all as charming as each other.
The Pig Sty
This uniquely stencilled room has views facing South and East, resulting in the early morning sunshine complimenting its kingsized bed, embroided linen and comfortable antique furniture. Towels can be found for the en-suite facilities. The room has a radio and a television. Complimentary hot drinks and biscuits are also prvided.
The Duck Pond
This room holds a four poster bed, a large sofa and en-suite facilities and has views facing South and West. The Duck Pond also offers antique furniture, a radio and a television. Complimenatary hot drinks and buiscuits are provided. Embroided linen and towels will be found to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
The Cow Shed
With a beautiful view of the garden, this room catches the last rays of the setting sun. The room can be made up to hold twin beds or one king size bed with an en-suite bath and shower. Like the Pig Sty and Duck Pond, the room is detailed with antique furniture and complimentary drinks and buscuits awaits you.
The house is set amongst scenic gardens in the middle of a 600 acre working farm with thriving wildlife and lovely walks. The farm has a range of arable crops and a free-range outdoor pig breeding herd.
The house has a light, airy and spacious feel whilst retaining its Victorian period charm. All rooms have the facilities guests would expect and each has the finishing touches to give the individual rooms their own personality.
Rebuilt after a fire in the 1860's, only the cellars and the farm bell remain from the original building. The farm dates back to Hugh Bigod's days (12th Century), and an original map of the farm dated about 1650 hangs in the dining room.
The dining room has large windows facing South, overlooking the farm and Waveney valley. It features a polished and stencilled wooden floor and breakfast is served around a large family table. For breakfast, prepare to indulge in homemade breads, the farm's own sausages and bacon, local free-range eggs and homemade preserves. For a lighter touch, fresh fruit salad, dried fruit compote, Greek yogurt and croissants are available. Vegetarians and special diets are always happily catered for.
Approaching from the South West - On the A143, continue past Harleston, straight over two roundabouts. The farm entrance is exactly 4 miles on the left hand side of the road. If you indicate left as you see the sign for a staggered crossroad, and then turn left into our drive opposte the right hand turn for the crossroads.
Approaching from the north east - On the A143, continue straight over the two roundabouts at Bungay. Continue on the A143, do NOT turn left at the crossroads into Earsham village. About one mile further on there is a turning right. Indicate as if to turn right, but turn into the farm drive about 50 yards further on.
Approaching from Norwich - Take the signs for "Lowestoft" and "Bungay". Turn right onto the B1332 towards Bungay. Continue on this road for approximately 10 miles to Hedenham. Turn right at the Mermaid pub towards Earsham. Follow this road for approximately 2 miles and after a sharp left hand bend take the right turn, called "Pheasants walk". Continue on this road to the end. As you approach the "T" junction, you will see a lay-by with a "No Through Road" sign on it. Ignore this! and turn into the lay-by, at its end you will see it feeds into the farm drive on your right.
The farmhouse can be seen about half a mile up the drive on a gentle hill. Please come up to the house and park on the gravel on the front.
Prices for B&B 2010
Until May 22nd (excluding bank holiday weekends)
Double/twin £78, Single £50 per night B&B
Surcharge £20 for Saturday only bookings
from 22nd May to the 1st of October
Double/twin £80, Single £52 per night B&B
Surcharge £20 for Saturday only bookings
All bank holiday weekends
Double/twin £85, Single £55 per night B&B
Booking for Saturday night only £156
Discounts available for longer stays ( 4 or more nights)
Children sharing a room 10 yrs and under, £23 per night, over l0yrs £27 per night
No charge for babies
Dogs (by arrangement £5 per night).
Standard Terms and Conditions
A deposit of the cost of the first night’s stay (minimum) is required to confirm a booking request. Upon this, a contract accepting the cancellation penalties shown below is made.
In the event cancellation, and if the room cannot be re-let for the full length of the booking period, you will be liable for the full deposit if the cancellation is within 14 days of the arrival date.
A full refund of the deposit will be given if more than 14 days notice is received.
All payments must be made in sterling, either as cheques, cash or with debit or credit cards.
There is a £1 surcharge for the use of credit cards ( not debit ).
Arrivals are normally between 5 and 7pm, please advise if different. Check out is 10.30am on the morning of departure.
All rooms in the house are non-smoking.