Tucked away on the edge of the pretty village of Northrepps, this beautiful conversion (highly commended for a Conservation & Design Award) is set on the Paston Way and enjoys wonderful open countryside views from every aspect. Stylish, sophisticated and spacious - The Stable Yard is simply stunning. This beautiful conversion of former stables is a very special holiday retreat for those who enjoy the finer things in life, and are looking for a peaceful, relaxing escape from a busy life. A perfect place to stay all year round.
The one level living space is light and airy with full length windows and french doors in all rooms, opening onto a large central enclosed courtyard. Ground source underfloor heating throughout, porcelain flooring, beautiful bathrooms, sumptuous soft furnishings and White Company linens all help create a super luxurious feel. The Stable Yard will very comfortably accommodate six people, with plenty of room to spare. One 'wing' has two Super King bedrooms (one can be made up as twin beds), and two bathrooms, one of which is ensuite. In the 'wing' on the opposite side of the central inner courtyard is a further bathroom and the main sitting room, an extremely spacious room which has a dividing screen, concealing the Super King bedroom at the far end of the room. An entrance hallway, large kitchen dining room, and super comfy, cosy snug/TV room links the two side wings.
The Stable Yard is perfectly suited to couples, friends and older families (no children under twelve years), who are looking for a peaceful, relaxing and very special place to stay at any time of the year. The coast at Overstrand, just two miles away, can easily be reached on foot across the lanes and fields. From here you can link up with the North Norfolk coastal path, walk to Cromer and enjoy some of the best fish and chips in the area, and freshly caught Cromer crabs. The Vernon Arms in the neighbouring village of Southrepps is a popular spot serving great food, and The Gunton Arms at Thorpe Market, with its eclectic art collection, is a foodie's must. A short drive away is the National Trust's Felbrigg House and Sheringham Park. A little further afield is Blickling Hall.