Ever dreamt of a beautiful holiday home where you could live in the lap of luxury with your nearest and dearest? Book both Brazenhall Barn and Lodge, two 19th century conversions set beneath the medieval church of St Peter, and find yourself in rather palatial surroundings in the lush verdant countryside. Just nine miles from the North Norfolk Coast, these spacious abodes are an entertainer's dream: if both properties are booked together the dining room in the Barn can seat 22 people (as can the outside table). Make yourself at home in a huge top-spec kitchen or when the weather's decent eat alfresco and fire up the barbecue. Decamp to the luxurious beamed lounge with ample room to spread out and snooze and keep the kids occupied by letting them run riot in their own playroom.
What is the capacity for Brazenhall Barns?
Brazenhall Barn sleeps 14 people in four twin / zip-and-link beds, two king-sized beds and a super-sized bed. The lodge sleeps six people in two twin / zip-and-link beds and one super king-size bed. You can convert all twin rooms to doubles via the 'zip and link' system. For additional accommodation, please contact us in advance of your visit. All rooms are en suite with a bath or a shower, except one in the lodge where the bathroom is adjacent. Every room has a TV, and The Barn features an extra TV room for younger guests. There are large gardens with both buildings.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Fakenham area?
North West Norfolk is one of the last untouched parts of UK, full towns and restaurants, and, of course, only a few miles to the famous Norfolk shoreline, with scenic walks, sandy beaches and some great opportunities for birdwatching. Nearby you will find Holt and Burnham Market, two of Norfolk's most popular shopping towns full of quaint little shops, restaurants and pubs. For those feeling a little more active, the 'Extreme Adventure Company' with treetop swings, walks, a 3 G swing and famous 1,000-ft zip wire, is only a few miles away!
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Both the Barn and the Lodge have large, high-level kitchens that make it very easy for you to self-cater. Alternatively, the in-house chef, Sally Ball come in and make a great dinner that you won't forget. There are several menu options available. On arrival you will be provided with a "starter pack," inclusive of bread, butter, milk, sausage and eggs. There are some beautiful farm shops that are recommended in the area, so that you may enjoy the best products from Norfolk.