Norfolk venue ready to reconnect with the community once coronavirus restrictions are eased
A popular Norfolk venue is ready to reconnect with the community once lockdown restrictions are finally eased.
Tittleshall Barns, in the heart of Norfolk yet within easy reach of the coast, are looking forward to welcoming families and groups of between four and 30 back to the countryside.
The family-run farm offers the perfect place, with oodles of space, to reconnect families and friends who have remained separated for a year through their four gloriously spacious and individual holiday lets.
The recently converted barns are set in a 500 acre farm in the village of Tittleshall, with access for beautiful walks and cycle routes, and four legged friends are made most welcome too.
Following the past 12 months of lockdowns and restrictions, the couple are looking forward to seeing people come together once more, and will do everything they can to make that reconnection special, with a personal touch that only comes from being a family-owned business.
Jane Lane said: “Norfolk has so much to offer and I love sharing this with our guests – whether it’s our favourite local pub, best butcher or nearest bakery.
"It’s great to see their happy faces – particularly those who don’t already know Norfolk. What’s even better is to welcome guests back year on year.”
Gavin Lane added: “Following this last year we are really looking forward to getting back up and running again.
"I’m so thrilled by the number of repeat guests we are welcoming back and we are now taking bookings for 2022.”
Just outside Fakenham, Tittleshall is perfectly positioned for the stunning Norfolk coast as well as historic Norwich, the Norfolk Broads and the unique countryside of the Brecks.
The accommodation comprises four stunningly decorated barns, each with their own large gardens but interlinked with a shared courtyard, sleeping between four and 12 people.
They can be rented individually or together, each with everything a family could need for a self catering escape to the country.