B and Bs in Long Stratton
Featured in Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay 2008, Elle magazine 2007 and The Guardian's 1000 Great B&B's 2008
The Barn: Situated peacefully on the southern edge of Wacton Common, the red glow of the swayed pantile roof is your first sight of Le Grys Barn. Its quiet rural setting - in the summer surrounded by grazing cattle- belies a stunning interior of light filled space and soaring oak beams.
Originally a traditional threshing barn and now a sophisticated family home, the barn is furnished with Persian rugs and antique Oriental furniture reflecting the familys' interest in the Far East, where they travelled extensively during 14 years spent living in Hong Kong.
Guests are warmly welcomed to this uncommercial and secluded retreat in the heart of South Norfolk and a separate wing of low barns on one side of the central courtyard has been thoughtfully and stylishly converted into two luxurious ensuite bedrooms.
Each room has its own private entrance and terrace overlooking herbaceous beds, tennis lawn, open countryside and Norfolk skies.
Every consideration has been given to comfort and relaxation. Both rooms have T.V., CD/Radio, Tea and cafetierre coffee making facilities, miniature fridges with mineral water and fresh milk . The bedding is top quality, with electric blankets for chilly nights. There are always fresh flowers, lots of glossy magazines, plenty of tourist information to browse through and lots more.
Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain 4 Diamonds Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2
Price per Room:Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: From £65 - Pritority to two night bookings at weekends,three at bank holiday
Twin: From £65
Single: From £45
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Disabled Access - Ground floor rooms
Children Welcome - Over 12 years
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
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