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Red House Farm is a small working farm near Diss in South Norfolk, from where we offer a range of luxury accommodation with easy access to the diverse countryside of Norfolk and Suffolk. Close to nowhere but in the middle of everywhere, we provide the perfect place from which to explore two amazing counties.

  • Flexible room-only accommodation with access to kitchen facilities

  • Self-catering accommodation for small and larger groups

  • Our self-catered properties offer dog friendly accommodation in Norfolk

  • Ideal for business or leisure, and short or longer stays

  • Traditional character with modern facilities

  • Super fast broadband and Smart TVs

  • Ample off-road parking - and for larger vehicles.


Bed & Breakfast Room 1

The Annex

Flexible rooms for business
and leisure guests

Owl Barn self-catering

Owl Barn

Self-catered accommodation
for up to 3 guests + pets

Farmhouse self-catering

The Farmhouse

Self-catered accommodation ideal for 6 to 9 guests + pets

Things to Do

Nature & Wildlife

Things to do: Nature

Norfolk and Suffolk live and breathe nature and wildlife. One of the most notable reserves is RSPB Minsmere: 50 mins 

Culture & Shopping

Things to do: Culture

Norwich Cathedral, Framlingham Castle, Tibenham Airfield, New Buckenham and Cambridge

Relax by the Sea

Things to do: Coast

You can North or East for swimming and seals.
Southwold (East): 50 mins
Cromer/Wells (North): 1.2 hrs

House & Garden

Things to do: National Trust

There are many beautiful gardens to see. Blickling, Felbrigg and Oxburgh Halls are all within an hour. Not much further and you can visit Holkham Hall or Anglesey Abbey.

Activity & Adventure

Things to do: Activities

There's always so much to do! Popular Banham Zoo is 20 mins away, but there is also Bressingham Steam Museum, Go Ape, Bewilderwood and The Dinosaur Park to tire you out.   


Things to do: Local

St. Margaret's Tivetshall is a small but remarkable church, which still has its tympanum painted in the 16th century with the Royal Arms of
Elizabeth I. 

Visit Norfolk
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