5 Star Gold Award 16th century property in Waveney Valley conservation village with two inns. Five spacious en-suite bedrooms. Norfolk breakfast using the best local ingredients. Secure cycle storage.
The Old Bakery
Luxury 5 Star Bed & Breakfast in Beautiful South Norfolk Village
Come and stay at The Old Bakery in beautiful South Norfolk. You'll find us in the Waveney Valley in Pulham Market, a small but perfectly formed, quintessentially Norfolk village, with traditional Village Green, charming period cottages, thatched roofs, a village pub serving good food and stunning scenery.
The Old Bakery is a delightful listed building, with wattle and daub walls and a timber frame, exposed internal beams and bags of character. Dating from 1580, The Old Bakery was established in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I as the main bakery for the Pulhams - the last baker retired in 1951.
We have five spacious, cosy, comfortable bedrooms all with en-suite facilities just waiting for you to come and stay. Sit back and relax in the welcoming lounge with exposed beams, huge comfortable sofas, a roaring fire in winter and a well stocked bar, it's a calm and tranquil retreat at any time of the day.
We have a delightful garden with a south facing Garden Room where visitors are welcome to take afternoon tea or sip on something stronger. The garden is beautifully planted with items of interest and colour all year round.
Wake up each morning to a delicious fresh breakfast made using the finest local produce. Cooked to order, our sumptuous full English breakfasts feature Norfolk bacon, sausages and free-range eggs from our local farm shop and butcher. Fruit juices, with ground coffee and a selection of the finest teas are sure to tempt your taste buds.
From around £65.00
- Secure Bike Lockup
- Bike Washing
- Credit Cards
- Licensed Bar
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Church Walk, Pulham Market, Diss, IP21 4SL
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