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The Hayloft

Thursford - North Norfolk Coast

Dog walking on your doorstep and great farm views, all make for a relaxing holiday for friends and families in this 17th Century barn.
  • Sleeps 5
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Pets welcome
  • Private parking
  • WiFi
  • Garden/courtyard
1620
£425 - £757 per week *

Description

The upper floor of this beautiful 17th Century, Norfolk barn has been converted into The Hayloft and offers comfortable accommodation in a tranquil setting with great views over 64 acres of working farmland with dog walking on the doorstep. The open plan kitchen/sitting/dining room has a full height ceiling that features original oak pegged beams and a wood burner for cosy evenings in. This room leads through to a double bedroom with washbasin and far reaching views and a twin bedded room overlooking the attractive courtyard. The stairs lead up to the balcony that overlooks the sitting/dining room, a single bedroom and the bathroom. Outside there is a fenced garden area and plenty of parking. The joy of The Hayloft is its peaceful location together with its proximity to the attractive coastal villages of north Norfolk, making it a truly delightful holiday home. Shop: 1.5 miles Pub: 0.5 miles


First Floor:
Open Plan
with Sitting/Dining Area attractively furnished with comfortable seating, TV & integral DVD player, CD player, WiFi, woodburner, dining table and chairs
Kitchen Area with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Tumble dryer by arrangement
Bedroom 1 with a double bed and washbasin
Bedroom 2 with 2'6" twin beds

Second Floor:
Bedroom 3 with a single bed
Bathroom with bath, over-bath shower, washbasin and wc

Garden: Small garden area with fencing.
Parking: Parking for up to four cars.
Heating: Oil fired central heating. Woodburner
Pets: Two well-behaved small/medium dogs welcome - please be aware of our booking information regarding pets.
Also Provided: Books, games and radio.
Notes: This is a non-smoking property. Logs available from the owner for a small charge. Mobile signal - variable.


Thursford is a small village with a big reputation being home to one of the world's most important steam and fairground museums, The Thursford Collection, which also hosts a spectacular Christmas show each year.  A great area for walking, Thursford Wood contains 500 year-old oak trees and the coastal villages of Cley-next-the-Sea, Wells-next-the-Sea, Blakeney, Morston and Stiffkey set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are only a few miles away; walk on the sandy beaches, bird watch on the marshes and eat at some great restaurants and cafes along the coast.  The nearby Georgian town of Holt is a must, as are the historically important villages of Little Walsingham and Binham, with its beautiful Priory ruins.  Also don't miss out on the grand houses of the region at Holkham and Houghton - there is much to see in this corner of Norfolk and something for everyone.

Features

  • Sleeps 5
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Pets welcome
  • Private parking
  • WiFi
  • Garden/courtyard
  • Enclosed garden
  • 3 Stars
  • Bed linen included
  • Open fire/woodburner
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Freezer
  • Highchair
  • No smoking
  • 8.9 miles from the coast
  • 0.5 mile from nearest pub
  • 1.5 miles from nearest shop

Prices

Reviews

We really enjoyed our stay. Very relaxing location and well positioned to get to the beaches of Wells and Cromer as well as Holt. The closest restaurant is a Thai place which is superb but make sure you book. They do offer a takeaway service. A couple of great restaurants nearby in Langham (Blue Bell) and Little Walssinghsm (Norfolk Riddle and The Black Lion). We had very good meals in each of those. The cottage itself is comfortable and quite spacious and the kids and the dogs loved it as well.Mr James Knott - 4th September 2017
Lovely barn in a fantastic location with a really nice enlcosed garden for the dogs. Excellent for getting right across the North Norfolk coast - BrilliantMr N Willetts - 25th July 2016

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