Set in the attractive grounds of the owner's home, offering peace and tranquility, this appealing converted barn retains many original features and has lovely views over the orchard and lawns. Walking, cycling on the supplied bikes or carp fishing are on the doorstep. Further afield, explore Norwich, home to a delightful cathedral, castle, rivers walks and superb shopping, or why not discover The Broads only minutes away and hire a day boat at Acle and explore the inland waterways. The coast at Sea Palling or Waxham with wonderful sandy beaches is easily reached by car and the sand dunes and the National Trust walks at Horsey are a joy...Shop/Pub: 2 miles
Open Plan Living Area with Sitting Area attractively furnished with comfortable seating, TV and DVD player
Kitchen Area with electric cooker, fridge, microwave, folding table and chairs and breakfast bar
Shower Room with shower, washbasin and wc
Mezzanine Bedroom with a double bed - with exposed beams and sloping ceiling
Garden: Guests have the sole use of the small, enclosed garden with garden furniture. The owner's garden is not open to guests, please respect their privacy.
Parking: For one car.
Heating: Electric convector heaters.
Also Provided: WiFi. Two adult bicycles available for guests' use. Private carp fishing available nearby for small charge.
Pets: One medium size dog welcome, your pet has the use of the small enclosed garden only, please be aware of our booking information regarding pets at the property.
Notes: This is a non-smoking property. Mobile signal variable.
The quiet hamlet of North Burlingham is situated close to the famous Broads, an excellent location for ornithologists and walkers who will delight in the many nature trails in the area. Nearby is Strumpshaw RSPB Nature reserve as well as the beautiful Fairhaven water gardens. The small town of Acle is just four miles away and has shops, banks, pubs and restaurants, and there is also a weekly market. The neighbouring village of South Walsham has a pub, village shop and Chinese restaurant. Just two miles away Blofield Heath has an excellent Indian restaurant, and Blofield has tennis courts, a farm shop and a garden centre.
- Sleeps 2
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet welcome
- Private parking
- Enclosed garden
- Bed linen included
- Travel cot
- No smoking
- 12 miles from the coast
- 2 miles from nearest pub
- 2 miles from nearest shop
Cosy and comfortable, lovely peaceful locationMs Jeannie Loveday - 21st May 2018
First rate service all round.Mrs Sharon Howard - 31st October 2016
Corner Barn was in an absolutely beautiful position. Birds galore, partridges in the garden, deer and rabbits spotted in the fields next door. Small but perfect for our break.Mrs K Grainger - 15th May 2016
Lovely stay in the very pleasant and cozy cottage. Clean, quiet and surrounded by beautiful gardens and countryside.Ms L Mcgrath - 26th October 2015
Fabulous setting and lovely owners.Mr Harry Fenton - 12th August 2015
Smashing place. Brilliant owners.Mr DJ Massey - 15th June 2015
A lovely compact bijou barn in a great quiet area. A great location to access the broads and the coast. Very relaxing.Mr Neal Warren - 31st May 2015
We had a lovely week exploring locally by bike with the bonus of Corner Barn as our base.Mr & Mrs Mee - 2nd September 2012
A lovely peaceful stay. We thoroughly enjoyed the quiet places and serene atmosphere all around.Mr & Mrs Thorpe - 1st September 2012
Lovely hidey-hole and excellent base for exploring Norfolk.Mr & Mrs Skinner - 1st August 2012
Corner Barn was charming and comfortable, well-equipped and just what we needed. The welcoming touches were very much appreciated. Thank you for making it all so homely.Mr & Mrs Banthorpe - 1st October 2011
We have had a fabulous week exploring this part of Norfolk. So glad we made this our last minute choice of getaway location.Mr & Mrs Turp - 2nd September 2011
Thank you for providing us with beautiful accommodation in the Barn. Peace and tranquillity in abundance. Extremely well-equipped and the welcome tray with beautiful cake was a lovely surprise.Mr & Mrs Nixon - 1st September 2011