Prince’s Barn is a former heavy horse barn located in Neatishead right in the heart of the picturesque Norfolk Broads. The 4 Star Gold barn has also been graded friendly for low mobility, walkers, cyclists and pets.
Prince's Barn has been beautifully restored and all the windows, doors and floors, are all oak giving a lovely warm atmosphere and the ground floor rooms have under floor heating and temperatures can be controlled room by room, again adding to the cosy feel.
The Barn can sleep up to seven guests which is perfect for families, or should a romantic short break for two be just the thing, then the ground floor accommodation works beautifully.
The open plan sitting and dining room is equipped with an electric log burner, TV, Sky, DVD/Blu-Ray player and WiFi. The glazed doors separate the dining room from the kitchen.
The light and airy kitchen is fully fitted and equipped and includes a breakfast area. Beyond the breakfast area there is a garden bedroom, which has super king size bed (or twin zip linked beds) with an ensuite shower, TV and Sky. A fully glazed wall looks onto the courtyard garden, which includes seating and a BBQ and can be accessed from the breakfast room, sitting room and parking area.
Leading from the hallway there is a single bedroom and a wet room also suitable for the less mobile guest. The upper floor has two carpeted king size double bedrooms, one of which has French windows with a Juliet balcony overlooking the pond. These two rooms share a family bathroom which includes a ‘P’ shaped bath with shower. All the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes.
Prince’s Barn is accessed by a ramped apron and the ground floor is on one level throughout with no steps which makes for good access for the less mobile. The patio garden and BBQ can be accessed through three double doors one of which has a ramp.
We are dog lovers and welcome pets to stay on the ground floor and ask that pets are not left unattended. The area is ideal for cyclists and walkers whom are welcome. A secure store, with cycle racks and a boot/clothing drying room is provided.
It is a haven for wildlife, including barn owls, marsh harriers and swallowtail butterflies. How Hill and Alderfen nature reserves can be reached from the on-farm circular walks.
Wonderful too for water based activities sailing, canoeing, fishing, or enjoying a gentle tour of the Broads on a cruiser. The sandy beaches of the east coast are a short drive away for swimming and spotting seals at Horsey.
Neatishead and Horning villages are 5 minutes away with pubs, shops, amenities and a private swimming pool to hire.
Other local attractions include BeWILDerwood, Wroxham Barns, Neatishead RAF Radar Museum, Hoveton Hall Gardens, within 4 miles and further afield the National Trust properties of Blickling and Felbrigg.