Barsham Barns


Stunning, luxury barn conversions on the Norfolk coast.

  • roomUnits 6
  • person Sleeps 2 - 14
  • bed Bedrooms 2 - 7
  • petPets Yes
  • mobilityMobility No
  • Babies
  • Toddlers
  • Older Kids
  • Teens
From £765/week
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A collection of beautifully converted barns ideally located for exploring the Norfolk coast and countryside. Full of light, space and stylish interiors, Barsham Barns combine rural peace with a jacuzzi, steam room, underfloor heating and many more luxurious touches. It doesn't get much better than this.

About this place

Best bits

  • Enjoy the beautiful rural location – each barn is peaceful, quiet and a great home to come home to after a country hike.
  • There's very little light pollution so bring a book of the night sky, lie on your back and wonder at the stars!
  • Take the children out at dusk towards the river bridge and look out for the barn owl hunting along the river's edge.

Top tips

  • Cycle hire is available locally so book early if you want to be able to explore. Or bring you're own to avoid disappointment and expense!
  • If you're planning to eat out in the area, please book in advance as places tend to get booked up weeks (if not months!) ahead.
  • Remember cold weather gear if you're planning to visit the coast. The barns are set in a sheltered area, but the sea breeze can be chilly.

Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

Hot tubs

We arrived at Long Meadow, Barsham Barns knowing that it was going to be good, but what we didn't expect was just how good and an absolute pleasure a stay here really is. Aggie (2) and Alfie (3) soon absconded to the toy box corner and thus proceeded to spend the next hour happily scattering toys all over the floor, finding their favourites and general being enthralled with the variety of toys.

Reviewed by Jo & family

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One of the smallest barns, Little Barsham, is all on one floor. Grey's Court is mostly on one floor, with two steps between the sitting room and kitchen, but with the option of installing a ramp when needed.

Location & local area

About the owners

Anthony & Jenny

Anthony used his skills as an architect to coax some wonderful spaces out of the shell of the derelict farm buildings while Jenny acted as project manager and interior designer.

Two years later the barns emerged from the rubble and Barsham Barns was born. Headed up by Michelle, our very efficient and unflappable manager, we have a loyal and hard-working team who ensure that the barns are always in tiptop order.

Owner recommendations

  • Visit BeWILDerwood – roam jungle bridges, tree houses, zip wires, an amazing sky maze – experience the magic of storytelling brought to life.

  • Arm yourselves with crabbing kit and join the crowds on Blakeney quay hoping to catch a bucketful. Prizes for catching the most!

  • Take a boat trip from Morston to see the seals. Head out to Blakeney Point to see the seals flopping in and out of the water.

  • Enjoy a steam train ride from Sheringham to Holt, then hop on a Routemaster bus into Holt for lunch and shopping.

  • Spend a day on the beach at Wells-next-the-Sea and then have fish and chips on the quay in town.

  • Blicking Hall is an outstanding National Trust property, brimming with history and the ghost of Anne Boleyn.

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