The Property

Ormesby Manor is set in 12 acres of stunning parkland just inside the Norfolk Broads National Park

A Grade 2 listed property, originally a large farmhouse dating back to 1762 now includes an imposing 19th century Italianate addition with a circular tower.

Ormesby Saint Michael Parish Church with its 13th century tower and chancel stands at the gate.  From here, the sweeping driveway takes you past the Shepherds’ Huts and on down to the Manor House and Well Lodge.

Stunningly Situated

Tucked away in beautiful private grounds with walled garden, tranquil lakeside gardens and terraces.

Beautifully Renovated

With bold wallpapers, hand painted staircases, spacious bedrooms and elegant bathrooms, carefully chosen vintage, repurposed and unique furnishings, you will feel cosy, cosseted and comfy.

Superbly Located

So close to coast, country and the secret backwaters, beautiful inland rivers and lakes that make up the waterways known as the Norfolk Broads. 125 miles of quiet rivers and broads winding past reed beds and tangled woodlands, walk its footpaths and protected wetlands, havens for birds and wildlife. Nearby miles of calm sandy beaches, unspoiled fishing villages and coastal nature reserves.

Make the Manor House your home

In the quirky Kitchen Scullery or the oh so pretty Garden Room for dining. The grand Parlour to take tea, sip champagne or simply gather.

The little Snug with big screen for cosy cinema nights

All exclusively yours.

The Well Lodge

For a little more privacy the Well Lodge is the perfect escape annexed to the Manor House with its own outside terrace for dining and relaxing.  With 2 individually designed bedrooms and spacious open plan living, kitchen and dining area, you have all you need to make your stay very comfortable. Located on the ground floor for easier access.

The Shepherds Huts

If it’s a peaceful spot you crave, our luxury Shepherds’ Huts, The Gamekeeper, Gardener or Beekeeper are perfect open spaces and places to stay, with the hot tub and fire pit alongside in the Manor meadow.

"this really is the most beautiful venue"