Welcome to Morley Old Hall Estate

Morley Old Hall Estate in Norfolk is private estate of close to 35 acres.  The Estate is managed for the longevity of the site with rich history dating back to the 16th Century.
With distinguished guests including Princess Diana as a youngster riidng her horse and staying at Old Morley Hall through to Lord Ironside the Commander in Chief of the Home Forces during World War II there can be no doubt of Morley Old Halls place in British history.
With woods to the East and both gardens and grounds to explore Morley Old Hall is a retreat from the world that can only be experienced its half mile tree lined driveway brings you to the courtyard and beyond it Morley Old Hall itself a site to behold and a truly majestical building mentioned in many books, three wetland areas have been created, sympathetic farming practices encourage many different species of wildlife, and food waste, glass, metals, plastic, cardboard and paper are all recycled.
Our principle is to maintain the estate for future generations, so conservation has always been an important part of the Estate's management practices. 
The aim of Morley Old Hall Estate is to give everyone the oppotunity of enjoying the magical situation of the estate, with its location only 12 miles from Norwich and 95 miles from London its the ideal opporunity for a relaxing week away in the peaceful surroundings of the Hall, take a stroll around the grounds and unwind on this magical estate.
An extract from City AM about Morley Old Hall in Norfolk

"Morley Old Hall is situated in an unspoilt rural setting surrounded by beautiful countryside at the end of a long tree-lined driveway, two miles from the market town of Attleborough.

One of the most stunning features of the Hall is the Anglo Saxon moat, which was probably dug 700 years ago to make the walls for an earlier dwelling. The beautiful garden island alone is just over half-an-acre and complements the staggering 32-acres in all.

And if this wasn't enough, to the east of Morley Old Hall, and adjoining a traditional barn, are three separate cottages: West, Middle and East. Of brick and timber construction under a tiled roof, the cottages have planning permission for holiday accommodation and are all arranged over single storeys with spacious accommodation"

Come and experience the magic and wonder of Morley Old Hall for yourself staying in one of our luxury guest cottages.

Morley Old Hall

Holiday Cottages