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Welcome to Raynham

The Gateway to North Norfolk

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Raynham offers a series of venue spaces, including The Walled Garden, a 5 acre space and The Copse, a scenic open-air dining experience available for private and corporate hire.

Plans for a vibrant and engaging calendar of events for 2020 were put on hold. We hope for more favourable circumstances for everyone in the near future and we look forward to welcoming you to the exciting activities hoped for 2021.

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We are an ever-evolving Country Estate offering wholesome holidays, rooted in our rural Norfolk home and within easy reach of the North Norfolk Coast.

Our new yurts offer a stylish stay for up to 5 people per party. Rest and play in nature, where every detail has been thought of and the surroundings emanate tranquility. 

Innovation

Right from its very beginnings, the Raynham Estate has been a champion of innovation and an early adopter of cutting edge technologies.

With one of the largest solar farms in Europe and an anaerobic digestor converting our farm waste; our dedication to sustainability can be demonstrated by our output – serving over 16,000 homes with renewable heat or biogas.

Raynham Estate & Hall

Home to the Townshend family for nearly 500 years and lovingly restored and cared for by the people that live and breathe it.

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En-Suite Glamping Now Available

Glamping just got even more luxurious! Our brand new en-suite yurts are now available to book . Our Clover and Corncockle yurts both include spacious en-suites comprising of shower, sink and toilet facilities and a porch area perfect for keeping muddy boots and perfect for the ultimate boutique camping experience.

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Guest Benefits

We are delighted to be able to offer our Wild Meadow Glamping and Arthur’s Cottage guests some exclusive discounts for neighbouring attractions during their visit to Norfolk. From April, guests booking to stay at Raynham can benefit from 20% off entry to Pensthorpe and WildRootz, plus 20% off brewery tours

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