Godwick Hall’s renovations continued apace this year with the addition of two wonderful new spaces for guests. A new games room with a three-quarter size billiard table, darts board, table football, library of books and cupboards of kids games, Clearview woodburner and fabulous Tibo 3 bluetooth speakers to keep the adults entertained deep into the evening.
This stunning room has been a huge hit with our guests, who not only love the space it adds, but also the original features, including the brick dairy arches that surround the pool table and the fabulous pamment floor!
We also created a downstairs bedroom, named after Ben Johnson, who farmed at Godwick and lived in the Hall before my grandfather William took over the tenancy in 1928. The room comes with flamingo wallpaper that is breathtakingly beautiful and with a giant zip and link Hypnos bed that can be a twin or a double. It’s a great room for olds, who don’t fancy the march up-and-down our stunning original Godwick Hall staircase. Thanks goes to the hugely talented Tracey Grint at Moochi Modo for help in designing both spaces.
Godwick Hall can now sleep up to 16 people in the Hall, using the two camp beds for children. There’s an additional three Shepherd’s Huts on site to accommodate a further six people, making it an ideal size to celebrate something special with family and friends. If you fancy finding out more about this please get in touch with us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
This project was supported by the European Union via the LEADER programme to help boost rural employment. Our project was called: Godwick Hall Luxury Accommodation and Small and Intimate Wedding Venue.
The aim was to develop Godwick Hall by expanding the existing luxury accommodation offer to serve barn weddings, attract smaller, intimate weddings to Godwick Hall and make the Hall available for self-catering whole house lets. The objectives being to increase turnover to make the business sustainable for the future, create part-time permanent employment opportunities for local people and attract tourists to the area who will contribute to the local economy.
We thank the Local Action Group, Norfolk County Council, the Rural Payments Agency and the European Union with their support to help us complete this redevelopment.