Enjoy a peaceful holiday in this unique green oak building set in its own Norfolk meadow…
- Prices from £395 to £710 per week.
- The Pavilion is for non smokers.
Designed by the architect Keith Reay, the Green Oak Pavilion is a really unusual, compact, and eco friendly house providing comfortable self catering accommodation for up to 6 people near the incomparable Norfolk coast.
The Pavilion’s green oak frame was erected by the Crane family who specialise in restoring medieval timber buildings. It was completed in 2009. Using a traditional form of structure, a contemporary building has been created which makes the most of its surroundings.
With floor to ceiling windows in every room, one has the sense of actually sitting ‘in’ the meadow. Inside, the oak frame has been left exposed up into the roof, giving the pavilion a light and spacious feeling.
Large French windows open onto the surrounding paved veranda and terrace.
The meadow is a part of Common Farm where Joanna and Andrew Young run their Pottery.
Visit www.youngpottery.co.uk for more information.
“We have had a fabulous 3 days in this gorgeous house. It’s so beautifully designed and made, and a pleasure to stay in. You’ve thought of everything to make it cosy, easy and comfortable.”
“Fantastic accommodation – the best we've stayed in. We admire the craftsmanship in its construction. The Tawny owl put in several appearances as did the stoat. We also saw a little owl on a signpost near Roughton.”