BimbleBox Barn B&B is a B&B in Reepham

Sleeping Arrangements

Fully self contained Stable, sleeps 2, with wood burner and private garden,

Inside the B&B

BimbleBox Barn B&B in Norfolk (photo 2) Stunning and romantic 1760 self contained Stable offering ground floor double accommodation with private dining and secret garden. Accommodation comprising of:
- 1 double s/contained Stable
- Wood burner, WiFi, TV/DVD/Radio
- Kitchen and bathroom
- Private garden
- Summer House in summer

Walk or cycle from the doorstep onto the Marriott's Way, at 26 miles, this is one of the longest off-road routes in the country, a traquil trail winding it's way through glorious countryside. Or tour the stunning coast of North Norfolk, the Norfolk Boards, visit the abundance of NT properties, RSBV reserves, to name but a few of the things round and about. You won't be bored!.

Outside and garden

Take advantage of your own enclosed, secret garden, a real sun trap for sun lovers and just lovely for morning coffee or a glass of wine in the evening sun. For a great sunset, try the summer house in the rear garden, which sits besides the open fields with view across to Salle church where legend has it that Anne Boleyn is buried. Parking available..

Surrounding area

BimbleBox Barn B&B in Norfolk (photo 3) BimbleBox Barn B&B in Norfolk (photo 4) BimbleBox Barn B&B in Norfolk (photo 5) BimbleBox B&B Stable is nested between between the quintessential market town of Reepham and splendid open countryside, offering excellent walking and cycling straight from the doorstep. This peaceful spot is ideally positioned for exploring the many delights of North Norfolk: the stunning coast - with its wide sandy beaches, salt marshes, fishing villages and plentiful nature and bird reserves; the fine City of Norwich, brimming with history, culture, shopping and entertainment; the beautiful Norfolk Broads - a network of rivers, lakes and wetlands which magically blends sport, relaxation and Nature like nowhere else; and surrounded by dozens of traditional rural communities, as quaint and idyllic as anywhere in Ol' England.

Some customer favourites:

Reepham, a pretty and historic market town, with its charming market square, is situated amidst beautiful countryside and is less than 1 mile away. Reepham offers a selection of independent shops selling local produce, hand-made furniture, The Kings Arms, The Dial House (fine dining), cafe and tea shops. The Marriott's Way with its former railway trackbed, can be joined from Reepham former railway station, now a tea shop and craft centre, offers walkers and cyclists a peaceful route through fields and woodland.

Blakeney Point, a paradise for all kinds of wildlife is a 3-mile-long sand and shingle spit. Internationally important for seabirds and seals or for great views and wildlife, walk the North Coastal Path.

The Norfolk Broads, now the UK's largest nationally protected wetland and an important area for wildlife. Chugging along in your own little day hire cruiser, with miles and miles of gentle waterways glistening in the sunlight with peaceful Norfolk countryside as far as the eye can see, take a picnic or stop at a riverside pub, perfect!

Blickling Hall(NT), one of the most imposing and complete country estates in Norfolk, it offers you a glimpse into the lives of those who lived and worked above and below stairs. Just one of the many National Trust Properties in North Norfolk to visit and enjoy.

Cromer, a pretty seaside town with gorgeous stretches of soft sandy beach, little streets filled with interesting shops and plenty of places to enjoy the excellent food including the famous Cromer crab.

Heydon, a charming unspoilt village which remains unchanged by new buildings since 1887 is less then 3 miles away. With it's village green, The Earle Arms and award winning tea rooms, it makes a perfect spot for whatever your fancy may be after a glorious walk through the local country estate! Don't miss Friday nights on the village green, where the artisan bread maker turns his hand to pizza. Perfect!

Holkham Beach, one of the most unspoilt and beautiful stretches of sand in the country. The actress Gwyneth Paltrow walked across Holkham sand at low tide during the closing scenes of the film 'Shakespeare in Love', also used in the opening scenes for Stephen Fry's series 'Kingdom'

"Four miles of white-gold sand, with shells to collect and pine woods to explore." -The Times

Photographs taken by C B Redfern Photography 078005 28101.

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'A perfect fully self contained B&B; plus more with excellent 5 star service, I'm a fan' Wendy, Clacton-on-Sea.

  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Approximate Pricing: £35 - £45 P.P.P.N.

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