Bluebell Barn

Sculthorpe, Nr. Fakenham, Norfolk, Country village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Pretty, private, secure, paved rear garden with flower beds, climbers and garden seat. Rear gate to the garage and parking area. Garden furniture, fire bowl and barbecue for summer use. Secure front lawned garden with gate to entrance drive and views over the large duck pond.

Downstairs Description

Entrance door to double height sitting room, original wooden flooring, exposed beams, twin leather sofas, coffee table, wood burning stove, large screen TV, SKY TV, DVD, CD Player, games and books. French doorss open to the front and rear gardens. Separate kitchen/diner, with original wooden flooring, painted units, granite worktops, Range electric cooker, SMEG fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, iron and ironing board.

Dining area with refectory table seating for six. Passageway to spacious, double height master bedroom with French doors to the garden. Super king size bed, dressing table, sofa, double built in wardrobe. En suite bathroom with shower, heated towel rail, WC and basin. Bright and sunny second bedroom with twin beds, bedside tables and ample storage. Separate family bathroom with bath, separate shower, WC, heated towel rail and basin

Windows Views Description

The sitting room is dual aspect with a view over the front garden, where there are shrubs and a climbing rose and also the rear patio garden. French doors lead into the rear garden, which has many plants, shrubs and bushes. The bedrooms have views of the rear courtyard garden; french doors from the master room lead into the rear garden. The kitchen/dining room has a dual aspect with windows looking out into the front and rear gardens.

Child Friendly: Secure garden, travel cot, toys, highchair
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway: Quiet location, not overlooked
Tourist Attractions:
  • Blickling Hall : is a magnificent Jacobean house with a garden and park. The Hall is famed for its long gallery, fine tapestries, paintings and rare books. There’s parkland and lakeside walks plus a sunken garden to discover. Reputedly home to the headless ghost of Anne Boleyn. Visit website
  • Holkham Hall: A superb Palladian house and ancestral home of the Earls of Leicester. Set in acres of parkland Holkham Hall has cafes and shops and events all year round. Visit website
  • Langham Glass Factory: is well worth a visit. Located in Fakenham, you can watch glassmaking at the Langham Glass Factory and listen to glassmakers as they demonstrate their skill. There is a cafe and shop with many interesting items. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Sculthorpe Mill : In Sculthorpe serves a fine range of wines and real ales and offering both a bar and a la carte menu, lunchtimes and evenings every day, the Sculthorpe Mill has plenty to offer everyone. Whether you want to sit by the fire in the winter, enjoy a wonderful dinner in the restaurant or sample a light snack in the beautiful landscaped gardens. Visit website
  • The Jolly Farmers: At North Creake is 4 miles away who offers an impressive choice of dishes that cater for most tastes and appetites. Local suppliers provide all the meat, game and fresh fish that is used in creating both contemporary and traditional dishes. Crab and lobster menus in the summer. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Papworth Butchers: A traditional Norfolk Butcher and Grazier, selling quality meats from our own farm and retailing in our own top quality butchers Visit website
  • Tesco: At Fakenham so why not pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival at the Barn. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Norfolketc: Norfolketc is a family-run, high-quality, recognised, watersports provider operating in the tidal wildlife haven of Blakeney Harbour, North Norfolk, England. Visit website
  • North Shore: There’s private tuition and private charter on offer at this family-run watersports centre in Blakeney Harbour.Windsurfing & sailing with North Shore. Visit website
  • Mundesley Golf Club : And sits on the rolling hillside of the River Mun valley and enjoys panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. The nine-hole course, with 18 tees, provides a variety of tests for members and guest’s alike, from the deceptive par three 1st with its tricky, slick green, to the aptly named Sea View par five 14t Visit website
  • North Norfolk Riding Centre: Offers lessons for all ages from beginners upwards. It also offers hacking in beautiful countryside. Occasional rides at Holkham for experienced riders only. Visit website