A Norfolk business has been given national acclaim for offering "something more".

White House Farm, off Atlantic Avenue in Sprowston, and its massage offerings have been mentioned in The Telegraph's list of 15 farm shops that offer something extra.

The farm, dating back 150 years, celebrates north Norfolk produce, and the old pig sheds have been converted into shops ­including a pottery studio, a butcher's shop and a doggy daycare facility.

Norwich Evening News: White House Farm in SprowstonWhite House Farm in Sprowston (Image: Newsquest)

Farm shops are becoming increasingly more than just fruit and vegetables.

Writing for The Telegraph, Natalie Paris said: "Beauticians are standing by to perform hot stone massages, facials and pedicures at the Barn, one of the converted spaces at this family-run farm just outside ­Norwich.

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"The farm shop ­features colourful racks of vegetables, as well as dairy, beef and local condiments."

Oliver and Charlotte Gurney took over the family farm in 2013.

In July, Mrs Gurney, who owns White House Farm retail park and farm shop in Sprowston, said the pandemic has made people reluctant to leave their homes, causing a drop off in visitors.