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Wheatacre Hall Barns


Property Address: Wheatacre Hall Barns, Wheatacre Hall, Wheatacre, Beccles, NR34 0AS

Property Type: Self Catering

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Property Description :
Eight Luxury holiday cottages with open plan beamed sitting / dining area with well equipped kitchens, sleeping between 2-7 people plus cots.

Amidst the beautiful south Norfolk countryside under wide arching skies amongst farmland and hidden waterways, six sympathetic barn conversions are found. The luxury Norfolk holiday cottages retain many of their original features including fine beams the barns have been tastefully restored with very comfortable interiors with many modern luxury touches.

The barns retain a wonderfully peaceful rural setting on a working dairy and arable farm. Wheatacre Hall Barns are the perfect spot in which to relax and unwind.

Accept ChildrenBBQCycle Hire AvailableCycle StorageDish WasherFacilities for ChildrenFishing NearbyFreezerFridgeGarden PatioGround Floor BedroomHot TubInternet AccessLaundry FacilitiesLinen ProvidedMicrowaveParking On-SitePets AcceptedPool TableWorking FarmPublic Telephone



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