Chillax amid the blues and greens of Norfolk’s Greenway Court Barn. Call up our chef, waive the washing up, settle back in the spa and steam room, light the woodburner and break out the brandy. Don’t get too stressed about leaving for home. This is the kind of serenity that stays with you.
Serenity in every nook and cranny
There’s a cool, Scandinavian feel to life at Greenway Court Barn, one of five architect-restored farm buildings in Norfolk’s North Barsham. Blues and greens calm the mood; there’s pale-blue tongue-and-groove in the dining room; the kitchen could be plucked from rural Sweden.
If you want to magic up some meatballs, your kitchen is open to the dining room for chopping and chatting. Or call up our chef, put your feet up and waive the washing up. Al fresco dining on the terrace comes with a side order of lawn and terrace, with views of the flint church.
You’ll find serenity in every nook and cranny here. There’s a spa and steam room for the stressed, a woodburner for long chats over stiff drinks, a terrace to catch the sun and underfloor heating to warm the feet that walked the valley.
Four en-suite double bedrooms and a children’s bedroom provide a cosy luxury that suggests deep sleep. Don’t squabble over the four-posters or get too heated in the games rooms. Ambience’s like this don’t come around too often.
Wildlife and walks; seal sanctuaries and steam trains. There’s stuff for young and old alike on the North Norfolk coast. Try Wells-Next-the-Sea for buckets and spades on golden sands; move inland for theme parks, castles and abbeys. Dining and drinking options abound.