The north Norfolk village of Roughton is located 3 miles inland from the coastal town of Cromer and is a thriving village with a number of amenities. Roughton church, St Mary, is mainly 14th century, with a round Saxon tower. In 1933 Albert Einstein, famous for his 'Theory of Relativity' escaped from Germany and lived in a hut in the village.
Accommodation in Roughton
A perfect bolt hole for two! This charming barn conversion is well designed and has everything you will need for a great getaway at any time of year - and enjoys the shared use of a heated indoor pool that's available all year round.
Set just outside the rural and peaceful village of Roughton and close to the Norfolk coast sits cosy Hawthorne Cottage. Modern yet retaining traditional brick and flint walls and rustic wooden beams set on one floor, it comes with use of a shared salt water indoor swimming pool within the grounds of this small barn complex.
Rainbow cottage is a beautiful semi-detached barn conversion which retains all its original character and charm, with new and contemporary features having been thoughtfully added. A games room and access to a shared salt water swimming pool is also available for you to use within the grounds.
Blackberry Cottage is a modern detached upside down barn conversion with an eclectic collection of furnishings. Although idyllically positioned in rural countryside just eight minutes drive to Norfolk’s sandy beaches.
The Felmingham is a lovely, brick and flint converted farm building forming part of Jonas Farm Barns, a small complex of nine barns that have shared use of a heated indoor pool all year round, only two miles away from the traditional coastal resort of Cromer, with its Blue Flag, family friendly beach.
Primrose Farm Barn (14)
Primrose Farm Barn is an exquisitely finished luxury detached barn conversion with an indoor salt water heated swimming pool. Located only a few miles away from the beautiful north and east Norfolk coast and the famous celebrity haunt, the Gunton Arms, this large detached barn sits in one of the most picturesque and peaceful areas of Norfolk within its own extensive grounds.