This ancient building has been converted into a comfortable self-catering holiday cottage for two people and comprises one large open-plan room with a raised balcony sleeping area, a separate kitchen and a shower room.
Whilst sleeping accommodation comprises twin/double bed there are also two large sofa-beds in the living area for additional guests if required.
A separate kitchen contains fridge, electric cooker, microwave and washing machine. Shower room has loo and heated towel rail.
Oil-fired Central heating keeps the building snug with old-fashioned radiators throughout, and coats and boots can be dried in the small boiler room.
Visitors can enjoy the private fenced-in garden, together with spectacular views over the peaceful rural beauty of the Nar Valley.
Enjoy a Television-free rural retreat; there's no TV in The Barn.
Well-behaved dogs are welcomed and with many scenic routes and walks nearby, including the historic village of Castle Acre there are lots of places to explore with your furry friend.
There is a barbecue and also ample off-road parking.