A fabulous luxurious barn conversation tucked away in a quiet loke in the pretty, peaceful village of Great Walsingham, only a short drive to Wells-next-the-Sea and Blakeney on the North Norfolk coast.
Parts of The Old Chapel date back to 1756, but the sympathetic conversion which took place in 2019 has brought it right into the 21st Century with all mod cons, a quality fitted kitchen and luxury bathrooms.
Full advantage has been taken of the vaulted ceilings by adding both velux and roof lights maximising the light and creating a super bright and airy feel throughout.
The cottage has a very relaxing and calm atmosphere, and is spread across one floor with an open plan sitting room with french doors and kitchen area and a separate dining room with window seating and door leading to the courtyard garden.
The three bedrooms (two king-size, one double) fit to either end of the living areas, and all have the benefit of their own bathroom (two are en-suite).
Outside you can take your pick of two seating areas, an open one off the kitchen and an enclosed courtyard outside the dining room.
Just across the village road, there is a popular cafe and an art gallery to browse. An easy twenty minute walk away is Little Walsingham, where there is a farm shop, two good pubs, cafes and a general store.
The Old Chapel is the perfect year round holiday hideaway for couples, friends and families.
Private parking area for two cars beside The Old Chapel. Further parking space within the communal parking area.
A short drive will take you to some of the most beautiful beaches, the nearest being at Wells-next-the-Sea.
Explore the charming coastal towns and pretty flint villages that are dotted along the stunning North Norfolk coastline, and sample some wonderful local produce at a variety of excellent eateries.
The two villages are bisected by the River Stiffkey and the braver of visitors can drive through the picturesque ford providing you have a large enough vehicle.
This is a lovely spot to come and sit and watch the water float by and walk along the river bank. It is much more peaceful than Little Walsingham with a beautiful medieval church which retains much of its original art and carvings.
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