This recently refurbished stable block is a modern holiday bolthole, set within the magnificent Godwick Estate. With stunning uninterrupted views across open parkland towards the Lost Village of Godwick, one of the best-preserved deserted medieval villages in Norfolk with its own descriptive trail, this is a truly magnificent spot that is only 11 miles from Holkham and the stunning beaches and holiday hotspots of north Norfolk.
With sheep dotted about the pastures beyond the stables, this is a serene rural retreat, perfect for families or small groups to enjoy the luscious Norfolk countryside. Make yourself at home, where the stables will be the luxury backdrop for your staycation. The landscaped grounds are perfect for lazy days in the sunshine followed by a night on the patio for alfresco dining under the stars.
There are three bedrooms for when you wish to retire after a long day of adventuring along the coastline. Wonderfully appointed with wall murals, plush sheets and modern en-suite bathrooms, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Park up, unload the bags and head straight out into the extensive south-facing walled garden to breathe in the fresh Norfolk air.
The beautifully landscaped grounds run to the HaHa beyond giving uninterrupted views to the Great Barn and the Lost Village of Godwick. Spend the evening out on the patio in the specially designed outdoor dining space for alfresco meals under the stars.
The Master Bedroom also boasts its own patio, where you can wake up and open the french doors to enjoy the fresh air from bed, or head out for a coffee under the soft morning light.
Designed by Tracey Grint of Moochi Modo Interiors, the living space at Burghwood Stables is a calm oasis, ready to welcome you home after a long day exploring the local countryside.
The room is light and airy with a contemporary Scandi style, pared-back interiors and a vast high-beamed ceiling, giving a feeling of space, serenity and calm.
There is a huge wall-length sofa, which is able to accommodate all six guests and a central wood-burner for those cooler autumn and winter evenings. Gather the whole family, grab some popcorn and channel-surf the TV above the mantelpiece to find the perfect flick to enjoy, or get competitive over a board game or two.
Cook up a storm in the modern kitchen diner, which has French doors opening to the patio beyond and the most amazing views across the lush, green parkland to the Great Barn in the distance. The ample workspace is bolstered by a beautiful ash-topped central island, perfect for preparing for private dinner parties. As well as a dining table and chairs for six, the kitchen is equipped with a high-level oven, fridge, dishwasher and wine cooler.
Fancy eating out? Try The Dabbling Duck, in Great Massingham for Norfolk ribeye or black banger sausages, or a full English from The Lifeboat Inn in Thornham.
Kids will love The King’s Head at Letheringsett, The Jolly Sailors at Brancaster Staithe or just scampi and chips and the chance to build their own sundae from Eric’s Fish and Chips in Thornham. For a Michelin-starred extravaganza, the tasting menu at The Neptune looks irresistible.
After a long day exploring the Norfolk coast, three luxurious bedrooms are calling your name. But which one will you pick?
The master bedroom has a spectacular wall to ceiling mural sitting behind a plush white four-poster bed, where you can sleep soundly beneath vaulted sealings. The room also boasts an en-suite with a high-end walk-in shower.
Bedroom two has a bath and en-suite facilities, without a shower, but a mirror TV and full-length double basin have elevated this room from the ordinary to something calming and relaxing.
The bedroom at the east end of the property is equipped with a luxe super-king bed, which is also a zip and link, so it can be configured as a twin room, should you wish. It boasts a huge ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower and double basin. The Frog wallpaper, which features behind the upholstered headboard, is by Belgium design house Arte and is making its UK debut in The Old Stables.