Norfolk Country Cottages – Brandon Barn, Strumpshaw, Norfolk


Give yourself into the hands of the nature and take a romantic retreat in Norfolk’s Strumpshaw at Brandon Barn. Brandon Barn is an ideal property for two looking forward to giving a meaningful turn to life. Located in the grounds of the owner’s Georgian house, Brandon Barn has been tastefully converted to provide light airy accommodation wrapped ancient and modern features. This Norfolk Country Cottages property adds perfect essence to ever growing bond between you two.

Brandon Barn:
The two floored cottage has dining room, kitchen and shower room on the ground floor and bedroom, garden, and sitting room on the first floors. The rear wall of the property has been left to expose the Norfolk flints and there are exposed beams in the first floor sitting room and bedroom. Equipped with ample parking space, Brandon Barn becomes a perfect holiday home with shops and pubs at stone throw away distance.

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Amenities:
Ground Floor: Dining room is equipped with a table and four chairs, sofa bed with further tuck-under bed. Well-organized and fully equipped kitchen has electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washer & dryer. You will be enjoying a shower in shower cubicle in shower room.

First Floor: 32″ LCD TV, DVD and CD in dining/sitting room take perfect care of your entertainment. A garden with a small courtyard area is furnished with table and chairs. The king-size bed in the bedroom gives spacious appeal and feel of complete privacy. You will have Night storage heaters and electric convector heaters. Brandon Barn is fully equipped with Wi-Fi.

Strumpshaw:
At the midway between Norwich and Great Yarmouth; Strumpshaw is situated on the highest area of land in the Norfolk Broads, but its main claim to fame is as the home of the RSPB reserve at Strumpshaw Fen. Here you may see marsh harriers gliding over the reed beds or hear the booming of a bittern. The village is also the home of Strumpshaw Hall Steam Museum, which is well worth a visit. The beaches of the east coast are a short drive away, or you can jump on a train from the neighboring village of Lingwood and enjoy a day exploring the lovely city of Norwich.

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