Located just outside the lovely town of Holt in Letheringsett, forms part of the prestigious Maltings development, one of North Norfolk’s landmark historic buildings.
Walk through the double glazed entrance door and the spectacular full-height entrance hall with its tiled floor and stunning feature glazed staircase welcomes you to this fabulous property, and you immediately realise you have a real treat in store.
The barn has been fitted from top to bottom with quality fixtures and fittings and the whole ambience is one of space and light with a definite nod to luxury living.
The open tread stairway leads to the first floor and its fabulous, comfortable and relaxing open plan living space encased by glazed panels overlooking the entrance hall below. At the far end of the room a door takes you through to the Master Bedroom with an en suite and dressing room.
Downstairs you’ll find the modern fitted kitchen has full height windows and double doors that fill the space with light. At the far end of the entrance hall you will find two more bedrooms (a double and twin) and a bathroom.
Tun House is a rather special place and is just perfect for couples and friends, but ideal for families too.
One dog is very welcome to stay but ‘house rules‘ for dogs must be respected and dogs kept under control within communal areas (the garden is enclosed but not dog proof).
This barn conversion really does have the WOW factor! Its modern interior does not distract from its homely feel and we spent each of our evenings enjoying the different communal spaces. I would highly recommend the converted barn for anyone looking to have a relaxed break in stylish and comfortable accommodation, whilst wanting to stay close to the north Norfolk coast. We will be going back!
Reviewed by Melanie
Standing on the banks of the Glaven Valley and listed in ‘Hidden Places of East Anglia‘ as “A truly charming place in the most delightful of settings”, Letheringsett is famous for its working mill which is the last remaining fully-working watermill in Norfolk and is open to the public.
The village boasts the renowned pub, The King’s Head which serves good food and holds barbecues throughout the summer months.
Close by, there is the ever-popular Back To The Garden deli/café/farm shop where you can enjoy a hearty breakfast or lunch before heading out for the day.
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