Press releases and mentions
We featured in the September 2015 issue EDP Weddings – Everything at the wedding was handmade, the bunting which decorated the barn interior was fantastic – Anna and Will – EDP Weddings
Check us out in Take A Break - Autumn 2014
We’re featured in the October 2014 issue of Take A Break – Autumn 2 – the special seasonal edition of this popular ladies lifestyle magazine. This double-page feature covers some fantastic farm stays around the country and we’re chuffed to bits to be included in the write up.
We're featured in Countryside Magazine Feb 2014
We’re so pleased to be featured in a fantastic article about the Norfolk Broads in Countryside Magazine. This is a really super national magazine. The award-winning magazine is designed exclusively for people whose passion is rural life. It’s got lots of news, features, columns and competitions. And not just that – it’s also written by people who live the life they’re writing about, not by journalists who live and work in central London. It has a fantastic article about the Broads and we’re over the moon to be included as a recommended place to stay. Go on….have a read!
Check us out in the all new EDP Bride Magazine 2014
EDP’s Bride Magazine is the must read for all those bride and grooms to be. Often, it can seem a bewilderingly busy having to make such important decisions about which venue to choose, ceremony location and time, what type of flowers etc. We love Bride Magazine for Norfolk & Suffolk because all 212 pages are packed full of bright ideas including pages and pages of real life weddings to give you ideas of what your wedding day could look like. Check out pages 112-114 where you will see the stunning wedding of Hannah & Chris featured which took place right here at Dairy Barns. It was a perfect day….the men wore brown, the bridesmaids wore mink and the bride wore oyster and there were tears of joy all day!
The Guardian: Why a farm stay is perfect for families
A short break on a farm is ideal if you have a toddler in tow, says Kate Carter. But don’t stay put – get out and explore the countryside.