Manors, farmhouses & cottages with or without electricity on 5,000 acres in rural Suffolk
A grand Georgian Manor awaits you. Big baths, tasty Suffolk food and long walks over thousands of acres.Explore More
This is the place for lazing around, in a restored thatched roof cottage with views across the estate to the lake. Exclusive-hire only, just as you’d want it.Explore More
What goes on behind these walls? Drinks, dinners and downtime for guests spread over 8 large bedrooms. Your private garden to BBQ, relax under the stars or drink coffee before a long walk.Explore More
What you need is a moat in your life. Enter our Tudor cottage–a touch of novelty high up on a hill and just the place for fishing or toe dipping. It has 6 bedrooms, one in a cabin perched above the moat.Explore More
The original stable block with a clock tower opens onto a private courtyard to dine under the stars. Collect 8 people around the breakfast table and plan the day.Explore More
If exposed beams and flagstone floors do it for you, this is your new home. Pad around spacious rooms with high ceilings and get cosy in large armchairs.Explore More
It’s feet up in this restored barn, where flea-market chic design meets panoramic views. Light the fire and pace to the kitchen to stock up on charcuterie and brie.Explore More
The Clockhouse can be booked in conjunction with The Barn to sleep 14 in total.Explore More
A dreamy thatched cottage for two - electricity free, candlelit and set in its own woodland.Explore More
A family weekend of long walks and even longer pauses, enjoyed in rooms designed by the celebrated Georgian architect James Wyatt.Explore More
What brings you to Wilderness Reserve?
To light limestone fireplaces and settle in with Merlot for the night, waiting for the chef to announce dinner. To explore 5,000 acres of a 50 bedroom country estate in search of the lake and your cottage for 12.
To revel in nature, spot pheasant and deer, get cosy in a luxurious manor house or snuggle up in a thatched roof cottage. To tumble into Hypnos beds and cross under heated floors to a breakfast table where fresh local eggs await.
To soak in large roll top bathtubs after a drive to Southwold or Aldeburgh. To overeat, nap, bond, entertain and party.
To escape – somewhere just like this.