This stylish and dog-friendly holiday home sits in a very quiet location only a few minutes’ walk to all the eateries, café’s and shops in the popular village of Thornham.
Set over three floors, this stylish end-of-terrace barn sleeps six very comfortably and is well-located in the pretty village of Thornham with is harbour, beach and coastal and countryside walks nearby.
A clever conversion of an old barn, the property still retains its original character with exposed beams, vaulted ceilings and now boasts three luxuriously-furnished bedrooms and bathrooms.
The décor is rustic and quirky throughout with the owner making use of old scaffolding boards, earthy colours and bright pops of colour to make the open plan kitchen/dining/living area the perfect place to retreat after a busy day exploring.
The second-floor master bedroom suite is stunning; with a four-poster bed positioned under a vaulted ceiling with four skylights making it perfect for stargazing whilst laying in bed.
There is a further King-size bedroom and double bedroom on the first floor, again all with rustic floors and bags of room and all bathrooms feature stylish sinks, showers and two have free-standing baths, providing the opportunity for a good wallow at the end of a long day.
Outside you’ll find a table and chairs to the front of the property, perfect for morning coffee and reading the newspapers and plenty of communal space to the rear of the cottage.
A very pleasant winter break cottage. It would have been nice to had some basics on arrival to make a cuppa but apart from that it was very comfortable. Lovely bedrooms and very good showers. Not sure as a summer cottage as no garden but perfect for winter.
reviewed by the Hancock Family
Thornham is a picturesque yet vibrant, old smuggling village right on the North Norfolk Coast. Wide expanses of salt marsh separate the village from the sea and it is a paradise for walkers and bird watchers.
There are several great places to eat including Thornham Deli,selling all manner of local produce, cakes, specialities and great coffee (plus big breakfasts and lucious lunches too!).
Discover The Lifeboat Inn, an old smugglers inn complete with heavy beams and roaring fires so great for relaxed dining; The Orange Tree, a fabulous gastro pub; or the The Chequers Inn where you can enjoy a variety of dishes (although pizza and pasta are their speciality). At Drove Orchard’s on the edge of the village you will find the village farm shop and pick-your-own-fruit farm.
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