Stables Barn

From $2,438 / week

Description from the manager

  • House
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 5

Sleeps: 10

Type: House

Stables Barn

Stables Barn is a very spacious single-storey brick and flint building that has been converted from the old stables and has dreamy views across undulating meadows to the little Victorian flint church over the valley. Its generously proportioned main rooms have a cool Scandinavian mood and are decorated in relaxing shades of blue and green for a calm and comfortable atmosphere. On one side the barn has a sheltered walled courtyard for soaking up the sun and on the other, a large terrace and lawn.The barn has its own spacious, enclosed garden, and there are also shared games rooms, a spa and a steam room. A gentle fifteen minute walk, following ...Read more

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Stables Barn
Norfolk, East of England, England

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Wherever in Norfolk, the idyllic North Norfolk coast is never very far away. The variety of landscape in this part of East Anglia is remarkable, all nestled under wonderful big blue skies, from sandstone cliffs to saltmarsh, sandy beach to shingle, muddy creek banks to crashing breakers. Guests can explore from Hunstanton to Sheringham and round to Happisburgh.There is much to do for all ages and interests: beautiful beaches for picnics, swimming or just walking, hidden creeks on the saltmarshes, fantastic birdwatching, easy cycling, lake or sea fishing, quaint villages, shopping in the sophisticated small towns of Holt and Burnham Market or visit more traditional seaside resorts like Hunstanton and Cromer.Guests can sail at Morston, windsurf or kitesurf at Brancaster, take a boat trip to see the seals at Blakeney Point, hire a beach hut at Wells-next-the-Sea, stride along the grand expanse of Holkham beach, explore creeks and quays at Brancaster and Burnham Overy Staithe, go twitching on the salt marshes of Cley-next-the-Sea for rare sightings, or eat excellent local food at any number of pubs and restaurants.For keen golfers, Norfolk has some of the most dramatic and challenging golf courses in the country. Guests can try Sheringham, Royal West Norfolk at Brancaster, Royal Cromer or King’s Lynn.Take in the sights from the Walsingham & Wells narrow gauge railway, or visit some of the most spectacular stately homes, historic houses and gardens in the country. Holkham, Houghton, Blickling and Oxburgh and Royal Sandringham are all within easy distance.Go a little bit further inland and discover the Norfolk Broads: miles and miles of inland waterways to explore. Guests can hire a motor cruiser, traditional sailing boat or take a guided tour in this wonderful nature reserve that is rich in wildlife.



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