Barsham Barns, Norfolk

As a collection of agricultural buildings dating from 18th-20th centuries, Barsham Barns have been reinvented as an enclave of holiday lets. The shell of the barns, rich in texture from a mix of brick, flint, chalk, and timber beams, have been left exposed and are complemented with antique and contemporary furnishings to create an atmosphere of style and comfort.

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