Where to stay
Middleton Luxury Holiday Barns&B, Middleton Holiday Barns, High Street, Thelnetham, Suffolk IP22 1JL
Two beautiful neighbouring listed barns tucked away in our peaceful corner of the Suffolk countryside and within easy walking distance of the LOHP fens
Phone +44 (0) 7748 603899 or visit their website.
Pansthorne Farm B&B, Redgrave Road, South Lopham, Diss, Norfolk IP22 2HL.
Spacious, ground floor cottage rooms, sympathetically converted from old farm outbuildings with individual entrances onto a courtyard. Walkers and cyclists very welcome.
Phone 01379 688096 or visit their website.
Oxfootstone Granary, Brick Kiln Lane, Low Common, South Lopham IP22 2JS.
Holiday cottages withB&B sometimes offered . Walking distance of Redgrave & Lopham Fen NNR and the Little Ouse fens. Resident kingfisher!
Contact Paddie & Mark Miller, 01379-687490, or visit their website.
The White House B&B, Low Road, Bressingham, Diss, Norfolk IP22 2AG.
Recently refurbished Victorian farmhouse with en suite rooms, in easy reach of Redgrave and Lopham Fen national nature reserve and the Little Ouse headwaters fens. A recent visitor recommended this B&B to the LOHP as 'awesome'!
Phone David and Denise on 01379 688428 or visit their White House website.
Elm Barns Country Cottages: Two newly converted holiday cottages in former single storey barn on a working farm, close to the Little Ouse Headwaters sites.
For more information and booking visit www.elmbarns.com.
Alderwood Lodges Garboldisham: Set in 9 acres of woodland and grassland next to the river, these ETB 4-star pine lodges provide easy walking access to the Little Ouse valley, including the LOHP's Broomscot Common and Scarfe Meadows sites, as well as near-by Breckland. This tranquil site holds a David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation. For more details visit www.alderwoodlodges.co.uk.
Blo'Norton Hall: A stunning 16th Century moated house accommodating upto 16 people, togther with stylishly converted barns accommodating 6, 8 or 14, all in easy walking distance of many of the LOHP sites. Virginia Wolf wrote of it "every mile seemed to draw a thicker curtain than the last between you and the world".
For more details visit www.blonortonhall.co.uk.
The Old Forge, Redgrave: In the heart of this historic Suffolk village, close to the pub and shop, and within walking distance of the both the LOHP path network and Redgrave and Lopham Fen National Nature Reserve, this a beautifully restored Georgian cottage with a large garden.
For further information visit the Independent Cottages website.
Steeple Cottage, Garboldisham: With glorious countryside views this cottage for two is in walking distance of the the LOHP's Broomscot Common and Scarfe Meadows sites, with excellent footpath walks further afield.
For further information visit the www.ctge.co.uk.