A stunning, converted barn in rural Norfolk that’s perfect for a romantic break where you can relax in the wood-fired hot tub or beside the log burner whilst enjoying views of the surrounding meadows.

Key Features


  • Enclosed Private Garden
  • Free-standing Bath
  • Hot Tub
  • Wood Burner

At a glance

  • Pretty and tranquil countryside location perfect for total relaxation
  • A romantic hideaway with a hot tub, log burner and show-stopping freestanding bath
  • Walking distance to a popular country pub
  • About the property

    The Old School House is a beautifully converted barn set in a peaceful spot in rural Norfolk. Here, you will feel just enough off-the-beaten-track to totally unwind, yet you’ll be within walking distance of an excellent pub that serves delicious food for when you fancy a change of scene. It’s the perfect romantic retreat and features a private, outdoor hot tub where a dip will be accompanied by dreamy views of wildflower meadows, the owner’s paddocks and the countryside beyond. Contemporary, individual styling is matched by luxurious touches including the sumptuous freestanding bath that takes pride of place in the bedroom suite. Meanwhile, there are lots of beautiful walks nearby or the stunning North Norfolk coastline just a little further.

  • The space

    A rustic meets contemporary style is found throughout this luxurious barn where design details include exposed beams, vintage furniture, a retro orange Smeg fridge and soft furnishings in a traditional Turkish design. The Old School House is anything but ordinary.

    The large, open plan living space is light and airy and features a sitting area where you can kick off your shoes and get comfy on the oversized Chesterfield sofa, warm up in front of the flickering flames of the wood burner and admire views over your garden.

    The kitchen area features handcrafted units for a bespoke look and is well equipped with Smeg appliances and everything you could need to prepare a romantic dinner. The quirky dining table and retro chairs suit casual dining and meals made for sharing.

    Upstairs there’s a beautiful bedroom suite where you will enjoy a great night’s sleep in the super-king-size, custom-made bed, while a chair is conveniently placed by the window to take in the views outside whenever the mood takes you. The en-suite bathroom is impressive and features a freestanding bath set beneath a large window that overlooks the garden, as well as two stone basins, a walk-in rainfall shower and underfloor heating.

    The French doors in the sitting room lead out to the outside space which is equally as impressive as the inside. The private patio is designed for enjoying outdoor living whatever the weather with exposed beams and rafters that lend an air of rustic charm, as well as shelter from the elements as you relax in the wood-fired hot tub after a day out walking. On warm evenings, there’s nothing better than firing up the barbecue and cooking up your supper to enjoy beneath the stars.

  • Guest access

    Owner will meet and greet for access to the property when you arrive and parking for two cars is available in the cart shed.

  • Sustainability

    The bathrobes and towels have been carefully selected for their eco/vegan-friendliness. If you'd like to offset the carbon emissions from your trip get in touch and we can arrange this for a small fee.

  • Keep in mind

    Check-in: from 16:00
    Check-out: by 10:00

    Deposit: Bookings are subject to a non-refundable deposit of 30% of the booking value plus applicable booking fees with the balance payable 60 days before the date of travel.

    Accidental Damage Deposit: To maintain the highest standards in our properties, guests will need to pay a refundable Accidental Damage Deposit of £200 prior to their stay. An advance payment of 3% of the rental price can be made to waive this requirement.

    Book with confidence: If your booking is affected by new Government travel restrictions which were not known at the time of booking, and you're legally unable to travel, we will arrange with the property owner to refund 100% of your holiday cost.

  • House rules

    • No smoking
    • No pets
    • Not suitable for children or babies
    • No parties and events
    • Please keep noise to a minimum



  • BBQ - Charcoal
  • Enclosed Private Garden
  • Extensive Gardens
  • Free-standing Bath
  • Hot Tub
  • Pub Within Walking Distance
  • Wood Burner


  • Cycling
  • Golf
  • Walking


  • Dishwasher
  • Electric Oven And Hob
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Smart TV With Internet Access
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • WiFi


  • Heating


  • Minimoons
  • Small Cottages

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Local Info

The neighbourhood

The barn enjoys a rural location in a small village with a shop, pet shop and a post office. Two pubs renowned for good food can be found within 2.5 miles, the nearest being just a mile away.

The market town of King’s Lynn is approximately 7 miles away and is steeped in history. The best place to learn more is at the Stories of Lynn visitor attraction. One of the highlights is the Old Gaol House where the town’s most notorious citizens were imprisoned.
Afterwards, enjoy some fresh air in The Walks, Kings Lynn’s historic 17-hectare park that boasts a unique 15th-century chapel and a grade ll-listed church. Or, take a ferry trip to see the maritime landscape of the King’s Lynn quayside.

For nature-lovers, West Norfolk’s coastal and countryside nature reserves are a must. If you like birdwatching you’ll be in your element at the RSPB’s Twitchwell, Snettisham Coastal Park or Ouse Washes that all attract a host of waterfowl. Meanwhile, at Welney Wetland Centre there are daily swan feeds, or hire a canoe for a self-guided exploration of a wetland area that isn’t accessible by foot.

Watatunga Wildlife Reserve, about 6 miles away from The Old School House, makes another great day out. Join an expert guide for a safari experience by buggy around the wetlands of this special conservation project that works to protect endangered species of deer, antelope and birds.

To explore the region’s royal connections, visit the Sandringham Estate to look around the house and gardens. Don’t forget to pop into the shop to pick up preserves, confectionery and liqueurs, many made from ingredients from the wider Estate.

If you’re feeling more energetic, there’s a 9-hole pitch and putt course at Tilney Sports or roller-skating at Skaters Wisbech – both about 3.5 miles away from The Old School House. Or, go for a bracing walk on Snettisham Beach – when the sun begins to set it’s a particularly beautiful place to be.

Getting around

Due to the rural location, a car is essential. If you’re bringing your bikes, you can join the National Cycle route about 2 miles away from The Old School House to explore Norfolk at your leisure.



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