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Quaker Hall Barns
Quaker's Hall
Haveringland
Norwich NR10 4QF
Tel: 01328 821744
Prices range from £535 for a weekend in the smaller barn to £1725 for a week in the summer.
Sleeps 6 - 9
Child FriendlyDog FriendlyWiFi
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Quaker Hall Barns

Norfolk, England

Stunning and Spacious.

Relaxing, creative, and naturally light, Hall Barn (sleeps 8-9) and Quaker Barn (sleeps 6-8) offer luxurious self catering accomodation for small groups of friends and family who want to escape, celebrate, luxuriate and spread out. They may also be booked together to sleep up to 17.

Location

The barns are set in private gardens within peaceful rural Norfolk, close to the small market town of Aylsham. They are equidistant from the magnificent Norfolk coastline with its quintessentially English seaside town of Cromer renowned for its sea food, and the natural wildlife habitat of the Norfolk Broads.

In addition the area abounds with stunning country homes and gardens to visit, some managed by the National Trust and others still in private ownership but all open to the public.

About The Owners

Architect, Anthony Hudson and his interior designer wife, Jenny Dale bought the disused barns in 2000 and spent a year converting them into outstanding self catering accommodation. They barns are now owned by George and Sally Shippam who bought the barns at the end of October but for now Jenny is helping out with the marketing.

The barns won both an award from The Royal Institute of British Architects and Civic Trust award for the conversion. With vision and ingenuity they have created relaxing contemporary spaces which stand head and shoulders above the competition.

  • The sophistication of it all without it being stuffy; vibrancy and calmness in equal measure.
  • The integrity of the conversion which has retained many of the original features and textures including oak beams, flint work and warm brick but then beautifully incorporated contemporary features like marble resin flooring.
  • The proximity of both barns to Quaker’s Hall, a Grade II listed farmhouse which dates from about 1700 and its surrounding magnificent countryside which includes, open fields, woods and water meadows.
  • Things to do and explore including the North Norfolk coast, National Trust properties Blickling and Felbrigg, the Norfolk Broads and the ancient village of Walsingham, seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea and the market town of Aylsham.
  • The welcome tea tray with tea, milk, sugar and local cake.

  • Self catering accommodation. Hall Barn sleeps 8/9 guests and Quaker Barn sleeps 6/8. They can be rented separately or together for that milestone celebration. There are dog friendly - two dogs accepted by arrangement with a charge of 4% of the total booking fee and see conditions on their website.
  • Inglenook fireplaces are complimented by underfloor heating and wood burning stoves.
  • Kitchens are spacious, fully equipped and perfect for entertaining. Open plan kitchen/dining plan ensure that the chef remains a part of the party.
  • TV, CD player and radios are provided.
  • Bedrooms, each with their own character, ranging from twin rooms to king size doubles, are universally light, beautiful and spacious with crisp 100 cotton bed linen.
  • Bathrooms, some of which are en-suite, are light, compact and contemporary.
  • Lots of private outside space for entertaining with all the barbecue equipment you need provided.
  • Excellent local catering company which is passionate about using locally sourced ingredients and will provide anything from canapes to a three course dinner.

   

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