Cases Barn, Binham (sleeps 6)

Cases Barn is an attractive, period brick and flint holiday cottage built in 1870, converted from the former stables to Binham Abbey House. The bright and sunny accommodation sleeps 6 with a sofa bed for occasional use.

The barn sits within a small, private, complex converted from a former stable block. The cottages have shared use of the surrounding extensive and mature gardens. There is also a children’s playground nearby.

The accommodation, with electric wall heaters and a wood burning stove, is on two levels comprising an entrance lobby with storage space for coats and boots. A door leads to the large, bright, double height living area with original wooden flooring, exposed beams and flint work, two sofas, easy chair with footstool, coffee table, flat screen TV with digital channels, Blue Ray DVD player and wood burning stove. The dining area has a table with seating for six. The kitchen has slate floor, painted units and wooden worktops, electric oven and induction hob, fridge freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine, iPod docking station. A door off the living room leads to a spacious en suite downstairs bedroom suite with king size bed, double wardrobe and chest of drawers; the en suite bathroom has tiled floor, bath, washbasin, WC and shower.

From the living area stairs lead to the first floor mezzanine. The double bedroom leads off this, with king size bed, fitted wardrobe, TV with inbuilt DVD player, bedside cabinets and chest of drawers. There’s a separate shower room with tiled floor, shower, basin and WC. There’s a twin bedroom with storage and on the landing is a day bed which can be converted for occasional use.

Outside the large, attractive  shared garden has trees, shrubs and borders. There’s a garden bench, table and chairs for use of Cases Barn. There’s covered parking for one car with further parking onsite.



Binham is an unspoilt, rural North Norfolk village, surrounded by lovely open countryside and is the perfect location for exploring the North Norfolk coast and countryside. The village is well-served with a village shop, petrol pump, butcher and the friendly and welcoming Chequers Inn, serving good food. There is also a regular bus service to Holt and Wells.

The village is dominated by the 12th Century Benedictine Abbey, where classical concerts are held throughout the year, details of which can be found at English Heritage. The cottage is three miles from the coast at Stiffkey. Morston, Wells, Blakeney and Holkham are also within easy reach.

There is lots to see and do locally – sailing at Morston, Blakeney and Wells, birdwatching at the Cley Marshes nature reserve, walking the coastal path and seal trips from Morston. The Georgian town of Holt, with its excellent shopping, cafés and restaurants is also within a short drive.


Fabulous holiday. Enjoyed meal in Chequers and walk around North Norfolk – hope to be back soon. September 2017

Another lovely week in the county of Norfolk. Good Pub and cottage. August 2017

Absolutely perfect – décor, location, equipment – we’ve had a wonderful week – definitely plan to return. Thank you. July 2017

Had a wonderful week in this lovely cottage – back home in own beloved Norfolk. May 2017

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