- Bedrooms: 4
- Sleeps: 10
- Approximate Pricing: £1150 - £2500 per week
4 bedrooms - 3 doubles and 1 children's room for 4
17th Century Quay front grain barn has extensive views of the marsh and sea beyond and is enviably positioned right on the Quay front in the fabulous village of Blakeney.
The property has been owned and lovingly restored by one family over the past 20 years and comprises 3 double bedrooms, 1 kids bedroom (sleeping 4 and cot). 1 family bathroom and 1 en suite shower room off the master bedroom.
Downstairs, the large living room has an open fire place with supplied logs, large sofa, arm chairs and a Bose music system.
Leading off from this is a equally impressive and recently refurbished live-in family kitchen. A fabulous original AGA is supplemented with an electric oven and hob. The kitchen provides seating for 14 around an wonderful farmhouse table. A cosy area at the back of the kitchen houses a Samsung smart TV with Sky and Sky Sports.
"Sending you heartfelt thanks for a very special week staying in your beautiful Barn. What a wonderful place! The children were thrilled by the “swing in the kitchen”, the grandmas loved the peaceful views, my own father was in heaven finding out all about the origins of the building, and my husband realised his cooking potential on the Aga! We’ll hope to return one day in the future. Thank you!" Heather, March 2017.
A walled garden at the front of the property has a large seating area with views arose the Quay. The area is lawned and has swing for small children.
At the rear of the property the boat house, has pool and table tennis tables for you to enjoy!
The BBQ is available for your use.
Parking available on the Quay front opposite.
The lovely coastal village of Blakeney is one of the most enchanting on the North Norfolk Coast.
Set on a small hill leading down to the harbour and Blakeney has pretty flint cottages, shops, cafe's, restaurants, hotels, pubs and inns. In a side street off the quay is the 14th century Guildhall which has an early example of a brick built vaulted ceiling. The beautifully restored, village church is large and spacious with many interesting features.
There are many fine coastal walks to nearby Morston Quay (west) or Cley next the Sea (east).
Local attractions also include boat seal trips!This holiday cottage has its own website: http://www.quaybarn.co.uk
With an open fire place, and cosy Aga in the large live-in kitchen, this Quayside family home is the perfect winter retreat.
Ask the owner, Mrs. Caroline Comber a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.