Roy & Barbara Harrold
+44 (0)7818 227318
Salamanca Farm was named by a former landowner who fought with Wellington in the Spanish Peninsular War, and on his return, renamed the farms after the battles he had been in.
Stoke Mill stands on the River Tas, where early in the last century Colmans began producing their world famous mustard, although it is now processed in Norwich where Jeremiah Colman built his new factory in 1854.
The farm makes a good centre for touring Norfolk and North Suffolk - 40 miles of coastline within a 40 minute drive. The Norfolk Broads are within easy reach, and there are numerous National Trust and other properties open to the public; wildlife parks, steam engine museums and nature reserves.
The site of the Roman town Venta Icenorum is only 1 mile away.
Maps, leaflets and guide books are available to enable guests to plan their holiday, also menus of several local restaurants.
Many ancient buildings in the Cathedral City of Norwich have been preserved, including a 14th century monastic building now used as a craft and cultural centre. There are several museums and an excellent shopping centre.
The farmhouse is Victorian in character, although some parts are much older, but all bedrooms have private facilities and central heating.
The dining room is spacious with separate tables and the guest lounge has a TV. There is a large garden and car park, with a farm shop selling meat, fruit, vegetables, salads and eggs, open Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
We are sorry we cannot accommodate dogs.
A full English Breakfast is served at 8.30am or at other times by arrangement.
A deposit of £10.00 per person is appreciated returnable if one weeks notice of cancellation is received.