North Farm lies hidden down a small farm-track, surrounded by open country, between the villages of Burgh and Oxnead.
The nearest pub is just over a mile away in the village of Skeyton, and the pretty market town of Aylsham is 3 miles away with a supermarket, as well as a variety of shops and pubs. The famous Norfolk Broads are only a few miles down the road. farmland. For most of the year, cows and young horses graze on some of the surrounding land.
If you are looking to escape the town and city, North Farm is the place for you.
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Please note that as the cottages are extremely rural, mobile reception can sometimes not be good enough to make and receive calls. The wi-fi is the fastest we have been able to obtain but the high speeds/fibre options are simply not available in our area.
There are lots of ways to keep yourself busy within the grounds of North Farm. A detailed map of the farm can be found here.
You are able to fish on a small tributory of the River Bure which runs through the property. If you are not a regular fisher and do not have a rod licence, you must purchase one from the Environment Agency. Further details are available on the Environment Agency website.
North Farm is home to many wild birds including Barn Owls which nest in one of the outbuildings. For those wanting to spend longer spotting wildlife, we have installed a hide overlooking the stream that runs through the farm.
There are lots of lovely walks in the surrounding countryside and the famous Norfolk Broads are only a short drive away.
You can join the Bure Valley Path by walking across the fields to Oxnead and there are many other walking trails nearby. More information is available at Norfolk Trails and Aylsham Walkers are Welcome.