Garden Cottage is a beautifully restored four-bedroom Victorian cottage built into the wall surrounding the estate's original flower and vegetable garden.
Set on a hill 15 minutes by car from the main estate, this Tudor farmhouse has been restored and extended to provide six bedrooms including its own boat house with in-room roll-top bath and hot tub perched over the moat.
Formerly the estate’s stables, the Clockhouse, with its clock tower and Georgian proportions, provides light-filled living spaces all wrapped around a central private gated courtyard, perfect for BBQs and families with small children.
A dreamy thatched former forester’s cottage for two, electricity-free, candlelit and set in woods overlooking its own meadow.
Expect the unexpected at the Gate Lodges. These two 'pepper pot' follies, designed by the celebrated neoclassical architect James Wyatt, have been ingeniously extended and linked beneath the drive to create a one-bedroom cottage.
Quintessentially English cottages with all the comforts you would expect of a luxury estate retreat. Set amid meadows and woodlands, a one bedroom restored gamekeeper’s cottage, Hex Cottage, is authentically electricity free and described as ‘a sort of English gingerbread house’. A perfect retreat for couples and newlyweds looking to steal some time with candlelit dinners and evenings by the fire. Meanwhile The Clockhouse & Barn, Garden Cottage and Moat Cottage offer room for larger groups or families, with the opportunity to combine properties and cottages as you please to accommodate for all your guests. The three-tiered bunk room with en suite bathroom in Garden Cottage provides space for up to 6, which in addition to the three double bedrooms featuring roll top baths and spacious kitchen is an ideal cottage for families with children. The Clockhouse, formerly the estate’s stables, comprises four light filled bedrooms of Georgian proportions, and can be rented in conjunction with the Barn, with which it discreetly interconnects to create a seven bedroom country cottage. The Gate Lodges and recently refurbished Moat Cottage offer further choice to a portfolio of individual and eclectic country cottages on the stunning Wilderness Reserve estate. The Gate Lodges designed by neoclassical architect James Wyatt reveal a hidden oasis under the original ‘pepper pot’ like gate house to the Sibton Park estate. A one bedroom escape with French doors opening onto not one but two private terraces, tucked below the driveway and hidden by beautiful landscaping.