- Bedrooms: 5
- Sleeps: 10
- Approximate Pricing: £510 - £1500 per week
5 bedrooms, 2 downstairs and 3 upstairs
With large and airy rooms, and huge sliding doors opening out onto a lovely courtyard garden it is an ideal place to relax all year round. Ideal for couples and smaller groups as well as larger family gatherings.
A huge kitchen with a long table 12 seats to comfortably cater for large family gatherings. Fully equipped with fridge freezer, double oven with four hobs, dishwasher, and loads of good quality cooking equipment. This leads into the beautiful open plan sitting room with three large sofas. Lots of room to relax and for children to play, attractive woodburning stove and full central heating.
There are 5 bedrooms
Downstairs there is one double bedroom and one room with twin beds which can be pushed away to make a "day bed". They have large sliding doors opening directly onto the lawn.
Upstairs there is one double bedroom, and two rooms with twin beds
There is one bathroom downstairs and one upstairs. Both are extremely modern and very attractive with a good size bath and strong shower.
All the rooms are simply and attractively furnished with good quality, comfortable mattresses.
Wireless broadband Internet connection
Keyboard for sing-a-longs
One wooden cot, and one travel cot available by prior arrangement
Washing machine and tumble dryer
Kids climbing frame under the willow tree
Anchor Barn has a lovely courtyard garden
There is Parking for one car in the garage and one car next to the house.
More public parking available by the church or at the quay.
Morston is a small friendly village made up of a few quiet lanes, a cluster of flint cottages and a 12th century church. Sitting on the edge of the marshes, the quay is a hive of activity at high tide with sailing, motor and fishing boats streaming in and out, and a regular flow of ferries taking people out to see the seals.
At low tide, you can often be completely alone on the quay, enjoying the extraordinary peace of the marshes, and watching the birds and wildlife.
The village pub, The Anchor Inn, serves fine ales and good food; Morston Hall is a renowned country house hotel and Michelin starred restaurant. Nearby Blakeney 1 mile has a mini supermarket, a fish shop, a great delicatessen, good pubs and restaurants and a couple of hotels.
The idyllic North Norfolk coastline is amongst the most protected in the country. It is an unrivalled area for walking, cycling, boating, bird watching ,playing on beaches, or fishing for crabs! Morston is an ideal base from which to explore this area.This holiday cottage has its own website: http://www.anchorbarn.co.uk
Ask the owner, Mrs. Sarah Sutcliffe a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.