Norfolk is re-opening to visitors
Norfolk is re-opening for visitors!
After four long months of lock-down and travel restrictions, Norfolk is re-opening. As the Covid-19 restrictions on travel lift, so the county is re-opening to holiday-makers and visitors.
Holiday barns and campsites such as we have here at Rookery Farm, have been ready for this moment for weeks now. Of course the government guidelines on keeping guests and staff safe from the threat of Covid-19 have underpinned all our preparations. We are buzzing with excitement at the prospect of welcoming guests to West Beckham.
All about Rookery Farm
As a reminder or introduction to anyone considering holidaying here in our corner of North Norfolk, Rookery Farm is a working farm. The accommodation is set in the renovated farm buildings and farm worker’s cottages. All the barns and cottages are designed and built in the local style, using local materials. The surrounding gardens are landscaped beautifully to seamlessly integrate with the glorious Norfolk countryside.
All the barns and cottages are decorated to the highest contemporary and tasteful standard. We think they are everything you could want of a holiday home.
Re-opening the campsite
Our caravan and campsite at Rookery Farm is small, intimate and basic. We don’t offer huge shower blocks or an on-site convenience store; what we offer is the chance to re-acquaint yourselves with nature.
The site is on the edge of the farm, with lovely views across fields and open countryside. There is a play area for children, hewn out of wood and perfect for the kids to burn off energy. We work hard on conservation so there is a plethora of birds, animals and wild flowers for you to see. Around the farm and surrounding countryside there are miles of signposted footpaths for you to explore.
Around and about
The local area is packed with things for visitors to see and do. Holt is the nearest town. It is a Georgian town with a host of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Characterful Cromer and Sheringham are the local coastal towns. Both have plenty of things to keep the entire family entertained.
Numerous small, quiet coastal villages back onto expansive beaches, dunes, marshlands and forested areas. Inland, you will find forests, castles and stately homes or historic sites to explore.
After you have spent the day exploring all that Norfolk has to offer, how about sampling some of the local food and drink? We think Norfolk is home to some of the best pubs, cafes and restaurants. But we won’t offer any spoilers here. You must visit and discover your own favourites.
To enquire about staying at Rookery Farm, or for more information, please contact Lizzie on +44(0) 1263 821232 or email email@example.com