- £812 per week
- £116 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- No Pets
- Private Parking
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 double beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 2 bathrooms
- 3 WCs
- Towels provided
- Garden, courtyard or patio
- Private parking
How far to ...?
- Beach 6 miles
- Pub 1.5 miles
- Shop 1.5 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
- Walk-in shower
- Ground floor WC
You cannot fail to be impressed by Cranmer Hall Barn, located just south of South Creake, one of two properties let by the same owner, the other being Cranmer Hall Barn Orangery (1742 ) next door. Built in the early 1800's you enter via the double height barn doors and walk directly into a huge living space, which features a fantastic floor to ceiling Swedish wood burning stove, just what’s required on cooler days to keep cosy and warm. Luxury living abounds with a hand-made ‘Bryan Turner’ kitchen, bespoke marble bathrooms and some beautiful antique furniture mixed with contemporary touches that creates a truly unique space. The courtyard garden is a good spot for morning breakfast or an evening supper on warmer days and the quiet, rural location of the barn offers the perfect spot to unwind and relax after days out exploring this delightful corner of north Norfolk. Shop/Pub: 1.5 miles
Sitting Room with plenty of comfortable seating, Smart TV, Sky-basic, iPod dock, Blu-ray player, DVD player and WiFi
Kitchen/Dining Room with electric double oven range cooker and electric hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, espresso machine, dining table and chairs
Utility Room with washing machine, tumble dryer
Cloakroom with washbasin and wc
Bedroom 1 with double mahogany sleigh bed
Bathroom 1 with roll top ball & claw bath with hand-held shower attachment, separate shower cubicle, washbasin, wc and bidet
Bedroom 2 with a French antique wooden double bed
Bathroom 2 with shower cubicle, washbasin, wc and bidet
Garden: courtyard garden directly beside the barn with patio table & chairs and charcoal barbeque. Shared lawn space nearby in front of The Orangery
Parking: Designated parking for two cars.
Heating: Underfloor heating and wood burner with starter fuel pack
Also provided: Towels. Books and games. Hairdryer in all bedrooms. Welcome tray.
Notes: This is a non-smoking property. Please note that the gardens are newly planted and will mature in time. Due to the quality of the antiques at The Barn, this property does not accept children. The Barn can be booked with Cranmer Hall Barn Orangery (1742) sleeping 3, ideal for extended parties of friends who like to holiday together but retain their own space. Mobile reception – variable.
Cranmer is a small hamlet of a few buildings nestled in the north Norfolk countryside and ideal for exploring both the Royal Norfolk coast, west Norfolk and the glorious coastline to the north, much of which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is lovely walking and cycling country and the flat landscape readily lends itself to its exploration. Situated not far from the Georgian town of Burnham Market, spend some time here investigating the boutique shopping, galleries, café’s, pubs and restaurants that are collected around the village green and then drive on towards the coast and fabulous sandy beaches of Thornham and Brancaster to the west and Holkham and Wells-next-the-Sea to the east. Seek out sailing, seal trips and fish & chips whilst you are here, as well as the RSPB reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell. Historic houses in the area abound and many happy hours can be spent discovering the Royal Estate at Sandringham, Holkham Hall with its deer park or Houghton Hall with fabulous grounds and for soldiers’ young and old alike, visit the largest private collection of model soldiers in the world at the Soldier Museum here. Norfolk is well known as a foodie county and the area does not disappoint – there is a regular farmers market at Creake Abbey, just up the road, on the first Saturday of each month and a great deli and restaurant here year round. The White Horse at Brancaster is on the coast and you can on occasion see the famous local mussels landed here and the Duck Inn at Stanhoe has just received the Good Food Guide Award for 2017 as Local Restaurant of the Year for east England – book early!