Inside and Out


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The large oak front door opens into a little country kitchen and is fully equipped with a full size cooker and dishwasher.

Through an archway is the spacious sitting room with rustic old pine furniture, a large sofa (which can convert into a comfortable double bed) flat screen TV and music system.



There is a fine imitation cast iron fire which adds a warming glow to the room and the floor has a large rug on top of traditional Norfolk pamments.


From the sitting room a door leads into the bathroom with a fabulous Jacuzzi bath with shower attachment.



Above the sitting room, accessed by steep wooden stairs is a magical mezzanine bedroom with king size double bed.



To the North you look out over a Christmas tree plantation in the old kitchen garden which is bordered by a rare crinkle-crankle wall.


To the south, look past the Hall across the valley and there are meadows to the woods beyond.

Outside The Buttery is your own terrace with table and chairs where you could enjoy an evening sundowner. At night step outside and take in the huge starry Norfolk skies.



The Buttery sits in the middle of the Berry Hall estate and there are some lovely walks right from you doorstep. There are meadows and woodlands on the estate, a small river where it is possible to do a little fishing and a tennis court. It is also an ideal base for cycling.

Located in the grounds of Berry Hall

Berry Hall itself is a large Georgian House still lived in by the family. It is mentioned in the diaries of the famous 18th century Parson Woodforde who used to come over to dine with his friend Parson du Quesne, who lived here when it was the rectory.


The beautiful city of Norwich is only 9 miles away. The historic market town of Wymondham and its fine Abbey are 8 miles away. Barnham Broom golf course only 2 miles.

National Trust Properties at Oxburgh Hall, Blickling Hall, St Georges Guildhall, Horsey Windpump, Felbrigg Hall, Sheringham Park and Brancaster are all within comfortable driving distance.

There are also many lovely gardens you could visit.

Eating In

In the cupboards and fridge you will find all the ingredients you need to make a full and hearty breakfast. We include a selection of cereals, fruit, bread, local bacon and sausages, free range eggs, mushrooms and tomatoes. There is ground and instant coffee with different teas and fruit juice.



Eating Out

Within an easy ten minute drive there is a choice of several good dining pubs.

Norwich with its many fine restaurants is only a ten minute drive away.

We will be happy to give you details of good places to eat when you make a booking.

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