Anchor Barn in North Norfolk

Anchor Barn is a spacious traditional flint barn conversion situated in the centre of the quiet coastal village of Morston in North Norfolk. This amenity filled holiday home is a wonderful sanctuary and has a sense of calm and relaxation. It is just a few minutes walk from the coastal path and the quay where local ferry boats will take you out to Blakeney point to see the seals and birds. The Anchor Inn, with award winning food, and Michelin starred Morston Hall are both just around the corner. The property offers exceptional family holiday accommodation, comfortably sleeping up to twelve people (+a baby).
With large and airy rooms, and huge sliding doors opening out onto a lovely courtyard garden it is an ideal place to relax all year round.

5 bedrooms (sleeping up to 12)

Fully equipped kitchen with large table seating 14

Spacious living area

Private garden + walled garden

2 bathrooms

2 parking spaces


Guest Reviews

This barn is perfect for a family get away! Sarah was a fantastic host and was always quick to respond to emails. It was spotlessly clean, huge amount of space and perfect for our family of 11! Will definitely recommend this place for a family get away!


June 2019

We stayed at Anchor Barn for 4 nights, and had a fantastic time. The property is spacious, and had a great variety of games and other items to keep everyone entertained. The kitchen was also well-stocked with all the utensils one could need for family members of all ages. We made particular use of the barbecue, and took advantage of the warm weather to eat outside. The property is really well situated – great local pubs and restaurants, and easy access to all the surrounding sights. I would thoroughly recommend, and wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again.


June 2021

Beautiful village location, plenty of common space which is ideal if you are taking children. Great kitchen equipment, lovely walled garden, great pub next door!


July 2020

Lovely place in a lovely little village. The pictures don’t do the location and space justice. Great for a young family wanting to use the social and outdoor space.


June 2021