Organic Growth; a term I like to use when asked of the progress at Barn & Beachand my small band of Norfolk self-catering cottages.
Of course, I bang this drum often when discussing my gardens and allotment which of course have lots of Organic Growth, no chemicals pesticides or other undesirables in our gardens, don’t ya know!
Today has been a good day as I have seen a little Organic Growth on the cottages front too; well its not exactly a cottage this bit of Organic Growth is being constructed as I type.
The stage is set, almost, last weeks storm surge at Walcott on the North Norfolk coast left us a bit untidy, however, it is nothing a digger and a spare day can’t put right….watch this space
So as the plot thickens and the winter days quickly pass us by we are racing against time to have “Sandy’s Little Sister” in situ and ready for our first guests around about Easter time.
The Shepherd hut isn’t on Barn & Beach website yet but if your willing to take a chance or enjoy the thought of a blind date? do give us a tinkle and we will put your name down on the guest list for a very reasonable sum!
Coming to a beach near you soon Barn & Beach’s first foray into the merry world of Glamping, I can guarantee it will be more Glam than cam, it truly is going to be a stunner.
Enjoy Organic Growth; Visit North Norfolk with Barn & Beach this Spring.
Norfolk is such a special place to me, it’s got everything. The fine city of Norwich , a great long stretch of coastline, the broads, the forests and quaint market towns. There are thousands of sites telling you about all the best places to visit and oh yes, I agree, there is a rich diversity of attractions. I love to visit our delightful coastal towns of Cromer, Sheringham and Wells-next-the-sea, they’re pretty with lovely shops and a nice bit of beach to enjoy – don’t tell me you can resist fish and chips for lunch and an ice cream later. We have some fabulous National Trust properties; Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall and Oxburgh Hall which are well worth a visit. Some marvellous museums, adventure days out and beauty spots.
What is my Norfolk? It’s the quiet places, the tucked away spots that nobody knows about; the pockets of hidden heaven. It’s the wild, open meadows. The big blue skies. The patches of woodland nobody visits. The weaving footpaths, country lanes and sandy tracks. It’s all mine and I’m free to breathe and unwind in the peace and quiet.
Being three instantly memorable favourite Norfolk days out! It was quite a task getting through the twenty six letters of the alphabet in one calendar month, especially as many of the places were visited to write bespoke pieces about the location. The great positive was it vastly improved the knowledge of the county.
As I write the autumn mists are swirling around the barn…
We are in a reflective mood but also a very positive forward thinking one too… there are changes Barn & Beach is losing old partnerships from the New Year.
Changes are being made to the website as I type, new partnerships are being forged, hopefully our client list will grow, organically, of course.
If Slow is the way of the season the harvest is coming in; the potato fields are being cleared miles of freshly tilled brown clod are all around it has a striking beauty, Norfolk…….
Barn & Beach have slowed too, however we are still welcoming many new guests to the Beach Houses, the village locations have slowed now but will welcome families in the half-term holidays once again.
The calendar for next year is already filling up, if you want to be in the ‘best Beach Houses’ in our beautiful county now is the time to choose especially Beach Place & Beach Viewwhich have only a hand full of weeks in the peak holiday season 2015!
Barn & Beach Norfolk holidays, relaxing places to stay……..