Oxnead Hall - an award-winning Norfolk venue
Set in 15 acres of idyllic Norfolk countryside, Oxnead Hall is the perfect destination for a country wedding. The Grade II building is surrounded by manicured gardens and exquisite views, making it a ever-poular setting for the special day. Historically, Oxnead was the site of several works by the renowned sculptor Nicholas Stone, master-mason to Kings James I and Charles I.
Tour the Norfolk Broads on the Bure Valley Railway
You can board the Bure Valley Railway from Aylsham, four miles out from Oxnead, to take in the best of the idyllic Norfolk Broads by steam train.
From Aylsham, the railway takes you through the meadows and pastureland of the Bure Valley countryside, past some of the Broads' most picturesque villages, into the pretty town of Wroxham.
Visit vibrant Norwich
Norwich can be found in the Norfolk Broads just eight miles from Oxnead, making it the perfect destination for a day out while you're in Norfolk.
Explore medieval Norwich Cathedral to see the building's stunning Romanesque architecture, and browse the quirky boutiques along Timber Hill - one of the oldest recorded streets in England and a haven for independent shopping.
Planning a trip to Oxnead Hall? You'll find great budget accommodation in a central location at Travelodge Norwich Central Hotel, while Travelodge Great Yarmouth Acle Hotel places you in the heart of the Norfolk Broads.