Entrance hall with access to courtyard. Step to three bedrooms; one double with 5ft bed and en-suite wet room with bath and toilet, two twin bedrooms, one with French doors, one with additional single bed (for +1). Wet room with bath and toilet. Oak stairs to first floor: Spacious beamed living/dining room with wood-burning stove, pitched roof, exposed oak beams, farmhouse-style kitchen area. Separate toilet. Steep paddle-style stairs to twin bedroom.
- Wood-burning stove - initial fuel inc, thereafter avail locally
- Elec, oil (partial underfloor) CH, anti-allergy duvets, bed linen and towels inc
- 37in Satellite television (Sky +)
- Elec range inc
- Microwave Oven
- Washing machine
- Small enclosed courtyard, furniture
- Enclosed lawned garden 10 yds from property
- Parking (4 cars)
- Indoor and outdoor games
- No smoking
- Friday to Friday
- NB: Fenced pond in grounds
This brick-and-flint, oak-cut, vaulted timber-roofed adjoining barn is situated on 200 acres of arable land, within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in this unspoilt secret corner of England.
Steeped in ancient/modern history, this rare-for-Norfolk undulating countryside has a wealth of architecture and historic sites, along with unusual villages, market towns and the fabulous North Norfolk coastline incorperating such places as Blakeney, Holkham, Morston Quay and many more for the visitor to discover all within easy reach of this Grade II listed building.
Bale is a typical rural village in a farming community, noted for the famous Bale Oaks. A mile away on the A148 is the filling station with off licence and mini-market open 7 days a week. 3 miles away is the fascinating village of Binham with the priory ruins, family run pub/restuarant with micro brewery (tours by appointment), a local butchers, and a garage with store full of an array of goods. Wonderful Wells is only 6 miles, a visitors haven, a traditional fishing village with all the usual tourist attractions along with craft shops and art galleries.
Hall Farm has been in the family for four generations and the Barn has been beautifully restored by the owner, in 2008, with careful consideration to comfort, design and style. With the hand crafted oak staircase that leads to the vast vaulted ceiling with exposed original oak beams, is the open-plan living/dining-room/farmhouse kitchen area with granite worktops allowing light and brilliant views. Solid oak floors and doors give a traditional feel to this fine dwelling. The twin bedroom, which tucks nicely under the beams allowing a closer look at the handmade ancient crafted roof, provides the lower ceiling to the kitchen and dining area. There is a toilet on this level.
Downstairs are the three large bedrooms - a double with 5ft bed and en-suite, twin bed with French doors to courtyard and a further bedroom with three pine beds, as well as the washing/drying facilities. All bedrooms have fitted carpets and there is underfloor heating throughout.
The owner's aim is to provide guests with everything that is needed for the perfect holiday.