Just a short drive from the North Norfolk coastline, set in the valleys of the countryside, sits Barsham Barns, a set of luxury holiday cottages, once former stables, which have been lovingly restored.
There are six farm buildings, all different in style and size– sleeping anything from four to 14 people.
The Great East is the largest of the properties and was once a 19th century granary and sits in a tranquil river valley. It’s ideal for large groups and has an open plan living space.
Grey’s Court is a very spacious single-storey brick and flint building.
The generously proportioned main rooms have a cool Scandinavian mood, decorated in relaxing shades of blue and green for a calm and comfortable atmosphere.
Long Meadow was most recently the milking parlour and, dating from 1715, is the oldest property on the farm. It has a large oak-beamed sitting room with views across the courtyard garden to the lovely Stiffkey valley beyond.
Little Barsham is the smallest of the buildings; in the past it was used for rearing lambs and sheltering sheep. It has an intimate rural atmosphere, with exposed beams and contemporary design touches.
Finally, the latest of the properties is the Loose Box, a cosy cottage decorated in soft chalky colours inspired by the beautiful North Norfolk coastal palette.
Whether you want to relax and recharge or get out and explore all options are covered. Barsham Barns is perfectly situated to explore the depths of Norfolk at your own pace.
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