Little Greenway is the baby among five architect-restored farm buildings in Norfolk’s North Barsham, but it’s a giant in style and charm. The exposed beams and contemporary design make for a sunny outlook in summer. Even in winter , you can light the logs, pour the drinks and let Little Greenway warm the cockles of your heart.
Flexible, family-sized fun
Once used for rearing lambs and sheltering sheep, Little Greenway is the baby among five architect-restored farm buildings in Norfolk’s North Barsham. Offering rare accommodation for four, this is family-sized fun with the flexibility of linking with the other barns.
Bursting with brick-and-flint bucolic charm, Little Greenway comes with exposed beams and contemporary design that make it snug in winter and sunny in summer. Chop and chat as you self-cater or be catered for by our chef. Toast the view over the meadow to the little flint church. If the sun’s out, the terrace is a top choice for a beer and a barbie.
In summer, the race is on to open the courtyard doors and let in the valley views and the balmy breezes. In winter, you’ll come home to toasty floors. Light the logs, pour the drinks and let the conversation flow. Little Greenway warms the heart as much as the hands and feet.
Bedroom two is a child-friendly twin or five-foot king: grown-ups will baggsy the four-poster with en-suite. There’s a spa pool for stressed mums, table tennis and football for competitive dads and free wifi for teenage downtime. Come together for meals, movies and magical memories.
In winter, walk the breezy beach at Brancaster; bring your buckets and spades in summer. See the seals bask at Blakeney Point and the rare birds at Cley and Morston. Potter the boutiques, antique shops and delis in Holt. Pick up fresh crab and crayfish from the seafood shacks on the Blakeney quaysides. Adjust to a new pace of life.