Hello, Barrie House, Thorpeness


This stunning and spacious self-catering holiday home is part of the impressive conversion of the historic Ogilvie Hall, retaining original features and contemporary elegance throughout the impressive light and airy reception area and accommodation with a perfect ratio of bathrooms to bedrooms. The ideal coastal retreat for a weekend or family holiday.


Set over four floors, guests are welcomed into the entrance hall at the back of this famous landmark building, giving access to the dining room, cloakroom and beautiful double height living space incorporating chic living area with wood burner for cooler months and designer kitchen. Two of the bedrooms are located on the lower ground floor, with an en suite bathroom and separate shower room plus a useful utility room. There’s a cosy balcony on the second floor overlooking the living space – ideal for watching TV, reading or doing a spot of work and the house rises up to the third charming bedroom with views of The Haven and lovely light and modern bathroom.


Barrie House is named after the Scottish novelist and playwright J M Barrie who created the character Peter Pan and inspired the boatlng lake in Thorpeness.

The village, originally a small fishing hamlet, is now a popular seaside village with an excellent pub, restaurant, a couple of shops, pebble beach and golf course. Guests can enjoy a communal garden with individual furnished designated patio area and have an allocated parking space as well as communal cycle parking.