Hackford Hall

Reepham, Norfolk

Hackford Hall is a grade II listed Georgian Mansion Hall with earlier 16th Century origins. It is situated in 32 acres of its own landscaped grounds and is approached via its own long sweeping driveway. Hackford Hall is the primary property in the area, with a wealth of history as the ancient seat of the Lord of the Manor of Hackford, which encompasses half of the beautiful nearby market town of Reepham. Reepham has been the local market town since 1277 and in that time Hackford Hall has seen many famous inhabitants call it home.

Much of the house originates from the 17th Century, although in its current guise, most dates from the 19th Century. There are plenty of beautiful features, including the elegant east facade with Tuscan inspired, stucco portico of paired columns and piers. The internal decor is both tasteful and sympathetic to the house.

The room configuration is as follows:


1 double

First storey

1 6ft bed

1 double

1 family room (king bed, 2 singles)

1 triple

1 double with ensuite

Second storey

1 king

1 twin

1 twin

1 twin

1 single

1 king

1 double

Please note: Entry to last king and double is through single room

There are plenty of facilities at Hackford Hall to keep you entertained throughout your stay.

The property benefits from: an indoor heated swimming pool with separate men and women changing rooms complete with w.c and showering facilities; a fully equipped games room (pool table, table tennis, table football, darts and other games); and an excellent all-weather full size tennis court.

Low season: from £3,246 per week

High season: from £6,300 per week

Christmas: 2014 and 2015 booked

New Year: £7,214 per week

Minimum stay of 3 nights applies.


There is a heating surcharge of £225

Dogs are welcome. The surcharge is £30 per dog

Refundable security deposit of £1,000

Reepham is one of Norfolk's most attractive market towns and is located on the fabulous Norfolk Broads waterway. Hackford Hall is situated less than a mile outside of Reepham, within 32 acres (13 hectres) of landscaped grounds. Reepham boasts several fine restaurants and classic English country pubs as well as a range of bespoke shops & cafes; a lovely Norfolk gem.

Hackford Hall is only a short drive from Norwich, one of the UK's finest cities, both for sightseeing and shopping. There is also a short drive to the North Norfolk coast - one of the UK's most desirable stretches of coastline. The Royal residence of Sandringham is also within easy reach.

Nearest airport: Norwich (13 miles)

Nearest train station: Norwich (13 miles)

Plenty of space so please call to discuss this if required

Property details

  • Sleeps: 28
  • Bedrooms: 13
  • Tennis court: Yes
  • Beach nearby: Yes
  • Internet access: Yes
  • Open fire: Yes
  • Catering: Yes
  • Pet friendly: Yes
  • Hen parties: Yes
  • Child friendly: Yes
  • Party Houses: Yes
  • Active Houses: Yes
Contact 07515 985373

Email Enquiry

Fields marked with (*) are mandatory. A copy of this email is sent to The Big Domain Ltd who will add your e-mail address to its mailing list. Your details will not be passed on to any third party. You will have an option to unsubscribe from any email that you might receive from us.


Please note we act as advertising agents for above listing and therefore any contract of booking will be between you and the advertiser. If you have any specific requirements in relation to the above, they should be raised with the advertiser or booking agent, prior to booking. We shall not be liable for any loss or damage, or any sum or claim of any nature whatsoever which arises, directly or indirectly from any act, omission or misstatement relating to the above information provided.

As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use the below map as a guide.

The Big Domain Limited is registered in England and Wales. | Registered Office Travel Chapter House Gammaton Road Bideford EX39 4DF | Company No. 04707652 | VAT reg: 942636610