At Bodney Lodge you can stay in the heart of the unspoilt countryside of Norfolk’s Brecklands, in a beautifully restored nineteenth century barn and stable. From the four-poster bed to the full-size snooker table, the facilities are luxurious.
Drive down the tree-lined, gravel drive through the idyllic Bodney Hall estate and you’ll arrive at a very special holiday home. Bodney Lodge comprises a barn, stable and outhouse that have been renovated to an extremely high standard. The heart of the property is the spectacular open-plan living space in the main barn, with its original, vaulted oak-beamed ceiling that creates a vast space for family and friends to congregate. There’s a cosy seating area as well as a built-in library and a large wood-burning stove built into the period stone chimney.
During your stay, you’ll find there’s plenty of space for you all to enjoy yourselves. In the main barn, a rustic, teak dining table seats up to 10 guests, and is situated under an antler chandelier. The owners have thought of every detail, from the underfloor heating to the free-standing copper bath in the master bedroom.
As guests you’re welcome to walk through the parkland of Bodney Hall down to the River Wissey. The river is a chalk stream and you can arrange fly fishing should you wish. There are stunning views of Norfolk’s countryside and large skies to be had from every angle in the garden. And if you’d really like to de-stress while you’re here, you can book private catering and massages too.