Cotenham Barn is set in three acres of Broadland countryside within the Norfolk Broads National Park. With a one acre wood, a pond and a grade 2 listed open thatched barn, it is the perfect place from which to explore or just relax – for singles, couples, families or groups. We offer a range of accommodation types.
Bed and Breakfast:
The main house can accommodate up to six – one double room and a large en-suite double or Family Room with a comfy double sofa bed if required. Have a look at our room pages to see what’s available.
Bed and breakfast guests are treated to a varied menu choice including a traditional breakfast of thick bacon rashers and our own eggs, smoked salmon and kedgeree. We cater for vegetarian diets and can also cater for allergies/intolerances with a little notice. Our bread is home baked, jams and marmalade are home made and our fruit salad includes fruit from our own kitchen garden and hedgerows (when in season/available).
Guests can, by arrangement, make use of the house kitchen for making up packed lunches of even cooking meals (a small charge may be made).
Self contained holiday cottages.
Cotenham Garden Cottage, developed from part of the single storey barns, we completed this cottage in May 2016. It looks out onto the box hedged vegetable garden and is flanked by the green house which houses a grape vine as well as tomatoes and the usual salad vegetables. Fully accessible to wheelchair users.
Cotenham Long Barn, again developed from part of the single storey barns and completed in July 2018. This barn conversion can be rented as a two bedroom or one bedroom unit.
Elderberry Yurt, sleeping up to 5:
Want to try camping but with a few added luxuries? This may be the holiday experience for you. Enjoy the ‘back to nature feel’ of sleeping under canvas and looking up at the stars, whilst having the comfort of a proper bed, carpet on wood floor and your own kitchen and shower room close by.
Elderberry Yurt works well for couples, families and groups alike.