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Little Barsham was once used for sheltering sheep and lambs but you’d never know! This barn has an intimate atmosphere: sunny cottage in summer or snug hideaway in winter. Built from traditional Norfolk brick and flint, there are exposed beams and picture windows: a cottage for the 21st century.
Little Barsham has it all - a cosy cottage with wood burning stove in the winter, and in summer you can open all of the french doors to the courtyard and the garden to let in the sun.
There's a huge open plan sitting room/dining room which is very spacious, positively palatial for 2 people, but still roomy for 4 if you use both bedrooms.
Jacuzzi spa pool and steam room for private use for 2 hour long sessions per day.
Private courtyard with table and chairs, lawned garden with table and benches, charcoal barbecue.
Two games rooms, one with table tennis, the other with table football.
Interazione con gli ospiti
Our lovely manager Michelle will be in our office in the stable yard during the day. I'm there on and off too during the week too so if you've got any queries at all during your stay you can come and see us. Or just come to say hello or pick up some local tips.
Out of hours there's a contact number for the housekeeper and you can also email us.
No smoking or pets.
Please leave the barn in a clean and tidy condition.
Spa room not to be used after 9pm.
See our terms and conditions on our website.
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Joint owner of Barsham Barns, a collection of 5 individual luxury barn conversions in beautiful North Norfolk. With architect husband Anthony Hudson, we converted these lovely old farm buildings into comfortable and quirky holiday houses.
Likes: interior design (hope it shows!), ceramics (I used to make pots for The Conran Shop), textiles, architecture, running in Norfolk (it's flat), walking in Snowdonia (slowly), travelling in India, cooking with our wonderful local produce, sailing from Morston creek to see the seals.