Discover your country retreat on a private 5,000 acre estate peppered with traditional country houses, each individual and all heated by sustainable energy. Historic with a modern twist, it’s country living with well-equipped kitchens, open fireplaces and eclectic furnishings including king-size Hypnos beds and bathrooms with toasty underfloor heating, roll-top baths and luxurious showers.
The Georgian manor of Sibton Park is the main country house on the estate, built in 1827 by Robert Sayer, once Sheriff of Suffolk, to designs by the celebrated architect Decimus Burton. Wind up the serpentine drive, over the ornamental bridge and past the lake and the honey-coloured stone façade of Sibton Park is revealed with giant Ionic pillars creating a dramatic portico entrance. Twelve bedrooms with eclectic furnishings and views through large sash windows are perfecting for hosting family and friends, whilst the cinema room, games room, gym and various activities on the estate means there is something to keep everyone entertained.
If your looking for something more modern, the Walled Garden is a superluxe hideaway dubbed 'Britain's coolest party pad' by The Sunday Times. Step through the wall into the estate’s original flower and vegetable garden, with three elegant glasshouses inspired by the neoclassical designs of the celebrated architect Sir John Soane offering spacious and light living areas, with eight stylish bedrooms complete with Hypnos beds and roll top baths.