Two award-winning, luxury barn conversions with stylish interiors and uninterrupted south-facing views across open fields to woodland beyond...
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Uncover the iconic landscapes of stunning North Norfolk and the dramatic Norfolk Broads from one of these award-winning barn conversions. Light, spacious, and contemporary in style, these relaxing, atmospheric retreats have south-facing views across undulating fields to woodland beyond.
The two deluxe barns are set in the grounds of a Grade II-listed farmhouse that dates back as far as the early 17th century. Located in the small farming village of Haveringland, they are well-placed for coastal trips and days out in the country. Their interior design fuses old with new and showcases exquisite original features with a clean and contemporary finish. Neutral and earthy colour tones give them a warm and homely vibe which is sophisticated and elegant yet relaxed at all times.
Once an old farming cart shed with plenty of tales to tell, Hall Barn is now a luxury four-bed cottage with a picture-perfect shell. Inside, you’ll find a modern open plan layout that is dotted with classic details that have been lovingly renovated. Curl up in front of the wood burner or dine at the antique table, before soaking up the views from your own private garden. Exposed vaulted ceilings add to its historic character and are joined by a sleek country kitchen that has everything you could ask for. The four gorgeous bedrooms include two doubles and a twin, along with a master en-suite bedroom that has room for up to three.
Quaker Barn is a neighbouring one-storey cottage that has room for up to eight across two double rooms and a third family suite. Its quaint wood-clad exterior has a traditional charm that is joined by stylish décor and landscaped gardens. Its spacious living area is calm and soothing with pastel colours and casual, designer furnishings. A wood burning stove keeps it cosy in the winter, while the garden terrace is on hand for the summer sunshine. The three lovely bedrooms are crisp and comfortable and have sink-in mattresses and two en-suite bathrooms. The colourful twin room even has room for two extra little ones on a raised sleeping platform just above the rafters.
The rural location of Quaker Barns provides peace and tranquillity. Deer can often be seen leaping across the landscape and there is an abundance of birds and wildlife so do bring your binoculars. A public footpath runs alongside the barns which allows for country walks direct from the doorstep and miles of quiet country lanes, perfect for cyclists, surround the property. The Marriott’s Way, a 26-mile footpath, bridleway and cycle route that follows the routes of two disused railway lines, is just 15 minutes away by pedal power.
The barns are also brilliantly situated for getting out and about to explore Norfolk. It’s less than a 30-minute drive to Wroxham, the capital of the Norfolk Broads national park, and the breath-taking North Norfolk coast is just over half an hour away. The historical city of Norwich can also be reached in around 20 minutes.
If you like beachcombing, boating, cycling, coastal hikes, historic houses, heritage railways, wildlife watching, or woodland walks the beaches, characterful villages, country estates, waterways and woodlands close to Quaker Barns provide a variety of great days out for all ages.
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2021 RENTAL RATES
QUAKER BARN: 7-night stay for up to 8 guests
Low season: £1125
Mid season: £1430 - £1580
High season: £1640
Christmas and New Year: £2010
HALL BARN: 7-night stay for up to 9 guests
Low season: £1350
Mid season: £1790 - £1980
High season: £2120
Christmas and New Year: £2650
QUAKER BARN: 3-night stay for up to 8 guests
Low season: £710
Mid season: £860 - £940
High season: £980
HALL BARN: 3-night stay for up to 9 guests:
Low season: £860
Mid season: £1020 - £1120
High season: £1200
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