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Rated with 9.5(7 Reviews)
We have been looking for a Feather Down in north Norfolk for years and in 2021 we found this gem! Heydon Grove is not far from Holt and seaside towns such as Cromer and Blakeney. Your hosts are farmers Rory and Paula, with family members Richard and Jackie also close at hand to make your stay a warm and hospitable one at this ideal spot for a family holiday in Norfolk. Their arable farm has been in the family for four generations and it also plays host to cows from some of the neighbouring farms.
Heydon Grove lies down some of the prettiest lost lanes of Norfolk, a 20 minute walk from Heydon with the Earle Arms, voted runner-up in Best Country Pub of the Year by the BBC. The medieval city of Norwich with a church for every week of the year is only 30 minutes away but it is the coast that beckons most Feather Down guests that stay here - there couldn't be a better base for a family holiday in Norfolk. Villages with names like Cley-next-the-Sea and Wells-next-the Sea promise so much and deliver in buckets (and spades) on the North Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
When you wake up in the morning from your comfy beds, collect some fresh eggs from the chickens for your cooked breakfast on the wood-burning stove - save the barbecue boxes from the honesty shop for later. You can discover the prettiest lanes around the farm by bike, either bring you own or hire them from the farm.
What animals with you find on this farm?
Canvas hideaway with farm-house shower
Canvas hideaway with private outdoor shower
Canvas hideaway with en-suite shower
Including wood for the wood-burning stove
Including welcome package with bed-linen, towels, candles, matches, washing-up liquid and other basic items
Going without electricity is our greatest luxury
Meet your hosts
Welcome to Heydon Grove farm. We are proud to be the first Feather Down in north Norfolk.
There’s plenty to do on the farm like collect eggs but you won’t want to miss the coast here, just a short drive away.
Cley next the Sea