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COMMENTS FROM OUR GUESTS
Perfect Holiday, fantastic cottage and garden. Boats sandcastles, and the Wells Deli- what more could we ask. Hope to be back next year.
.... Paine family
Cottage lovely, Brancaster Beach recommended for children.
.... White family
Cottage very nice, The kitchen is quaint.
.... Leadham family
Cottage is a great base for exploring the area.
.... P & H Shepherd
A wonderful safe environment for an inquisitive 3 year old, The cottage is comfortable, homely and provides a peaceful retreat.
.... KR,DB and Rowan
Lovely cottage in a perfect location away from the hustle and bustle, and the outbuilding was great for storing windsurfing kit and baby buggy in.
I loved every moment of it.
.... Bradley family
Great cottage and location.
.... M C & M.
Its brilliant staying here .
.... Young Angus
Lovely cosy homely cottage. Ideal for base to explore North Norfolk Coast.
.... R & K Bemest
A great cottage, very comfortable and cosy. Perfect place for our 7 month old daughter to play and rest in.
.... Bennett family
Old Barnyard Cottage is a cosy Victorian Cottage located in a quiet area of Wells-next-the-sea, Norfolk. The property has been refurbished to modern standards providing comfortable self catering accommodation but still retaining its period charm.
Accommodation is for 4 people comprising of the following:-
Ground Floor :
Lounge/diner, small fitted kitchen, conservatory/diner.
Gatehouse with seperate toilet and storage space for cycles etc.
Enclosed lawn and patio garden.
First Floor :
2 seperate bedrooms( Bedroom 1 has a double bed, Bedroom 2 has bunk beds), bathroom and toilet, large landing cupboards.
Parking is free outside the cottage.
Wells-next-the-Sea is a small seaside town in the centre of the beautiful unspoilt North Norfolk Coast, with its large sandy beaches, bordered with pine woods for all to explore.
Small picturesque harbours that change their appearance with the tide. Inland there are the estates of Holkham, Houghton, Felbrigg and Blickling with their grand houses and large parks.
The coast has an abundance of wild life including the seal colony at Blakeney Point.
Eating out in the numerous North Norfolk pubs is a pleasure not to be missed.