The Green Pavilion, North Norfolk self-catering holiday accommodation for 4–6 people

Oak SprigEnjoy a peaceful holiday in this unique green oak building set in its own Norfolk meadow…

  • Prices from £495 to £925 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.

A J Young PotteryWith 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.

Wireless Internet availableLarge French windows open onto the surrounding paved veranda and terrace.

As can be seen in the photograph on the left, the Weavers Way runs alongside the meadow, and a quick look at  Aylmerton Nature Diary will tell you all about the wonderful wildlife you may expect to see on your walk past the lake up to Felbrigg Hall. Take your binoculars.

The meadow is a part of Common Farm where Joanna and Andrew Young run their Pottery.

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The Green Pavilion superseded our expectations and we felt at home immediately. Endless hot water, all mod cons, powerful showers. We switched all the dials to low such was the amazing insulation of the place. Very comfortable beds too. The daily joy of birdsong, owls, pheasants, primroses, daffs wild garlic and more.” (March 2016)

This is our third visit to the Green Pavilion and hopefully many more to come. We never get tired of staying in this very comfortable accommodation. Together with amazing weather this week has been perfect.” (September 2016)

Campaign to Protect Rural EnglandIn 2009 The Green Pavilion was given an environmental and architectural award by the Campaign to Protect Rural England.


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