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- Click on start and finish day.
- Book per week – Saturday to Saturday.
- Ask if you require less than a week.
- Complete the “Booking Request” form.
PROPERTY FEATURES & AMENITIES
- Sleeps 6
- 3 Bedrooms – 1x double & 2x twin
- 3 Bathrooms
- Open plan living area
- Well equipped kitchen
- Cot and highchair on request
- Enclosed garden with patio
- 1 Pet Allowed
- No Smoking
- Hot Tub
- Electric oven and induction hob
- Fridge with box top freezer
- Washing machine
- Nespresso Coffee Machine
- Oil central heating
- Linen and towels included
- TV with Freesat and Freeview
- Netflix included
- WiFi internet
- Hair dryers
- Selection of books and games
- Lockable bike storage and drying room
- Patio table and chairs
- Parking for up to 4 cars
About Whitehands Farm Barn
The property is mainly on one level apart from just two steps to two bedrooms. This delightful property provides an open plan sitting room and dining area with double doors to the extensive patio. The well-equipped kitchen adjoins the sitting area and also has access to the large patio. Outside on the patio is a gas BBQ and large 6 person Hot Tub.
The sitting area is an ideal place to relax with all guests after a day out exploring. The kitchen has been carefully designed to offer everything you will need to enjoy self-catering. From the kitchen you can access the back garden, there are lovely views over rural Norfolk paddocks. All three bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and shower rooms. The master bedroom has a bath and separate shower, both of the twin rooms have a shower room.
Outside is a large securely fenced garden, perfect for the children to play and for your four legged companion whilst you relax in the sun.
There is an abundance of walking on your doorstep to enjoy with Thetford Forest only 5/6 miles away and plenty of open space and walks in and around the property. The area is excellent for wildlife, a barn owl visits the garden on most mornings as do deer from nearby Stacksford Wood. New Buckenham Common is renowned for its wildflowers.
Old Buckenham village, reputed to have the largest village green in Britain, is home to a delightful 17th century traditional pub serving delicious food, a further pub, as well as a local shop and Post Office.
The nearby village of New Buckenham is home to a selection of pubs and places to eat and selection of independent local stores.