Thompson’s College and St Martin’s Church were built by Katharine’s ancestors in 1349 and became a private house in 1541. Breakfast is served in the Jacobean panelled dining room. We offer B&B for horses in our neighbours field next door.
College Farm is a medieval family home situated in the village of Thompson three miles from the market town of Watton. We have 3 double bedrooms, all with private or ensuite bathrooms and we are ideally situated as a base for touring Norfolk & East Anglia as well as Norwich, Cambridge and Ely. Thompson is a convenient stop over for those walking or riding ‘Peddars Way’ or the Pingo Trail (a feature left from the last Ice age).
We can offer overnight accommodation for horses in our neighbour’s paddock and are happy to collect walkers from Peddars Way by arrangement.
College Farm has 3 double bedrooms available for B&B. Two double rooms have single beds that can be zipped together to make a king size (6ft) bed and one has a 5ft bed. All rooms have private/en suite bathrooms, hairdryers, wi-fi and views of the garden or farmland.
A delicious homemade, locally sourced breakfast is served in the Jacobean panelled dining room. Supper is also available by request (£20 for 2 courses £25 for 3.) Meals are also available at The Chequers, a 400 year old thatched pub in the village or The Red Lion in Caston. Packed lunches are available by request at £7.50 / head.