Escape to Wilderness at Easter to idyllic and tranquil Suffolk countryside. Un-wind with loved ones amongst daffodils and bleating lambs, just as Easter should be.
Any one of our unique Wilderness properties make for a perfect Easter weekend retreat, bring family together to enjoy Easter egg hunts in long grass meadows and long Sunday lunches overlooking the 5,000 acres of private parkland. Take in the crisp country air with refreshing walks through ancient woodlands carpeted with primroses and bluebells, and keep all the family happy with the all the pursuits you’d expect of an English country estate, plus some you wouldn’t. As well as golf, clays and fishing, guests can explore the lake on a paddle board, try their hand at archery under the guidance of experts or take a Pashley bicycle for a ride around the estate.
Escape the city to awake to the gentle bleating of lambs and expansive views to enjoy in complete privacy. With the stunning heritage coastline a short drive from the estate spend the day sightseeing in Suffolk’s idyllic coastal towns, offering miles of golden sand beaches to discover. Each stay at Wilderness is unique, with guests invited to enjoy weeks or weekends in privacy or with staff including private chefs, housekeepers and chauffeurs. Request one of our Wilderness chefs to truly un-wind, and if you would like to make your evening extra special choose from the range of activities Wilderness has to offer including wine tasting with renowned wine expert Rob Chase or a rave review Murder Mystery which sees mysterious guests join your evening for riddles and laughter. There is no better place to put your feet up with your loved ones than in our luxury properties, with wines from the estate cellar, roll top baths to fill to the brim and Hypnos beds to sink into.
Weekends from £2,050
Formerly the estate’s stables, the four en suite bedroom 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.
Weekends from £3,100
Formerly the estate’s home farm and without doubt its oldest property, the Farmhouse sits in the heart of the hamlet within the estate’s Arcadian pleasure grounds. Downstairs, the central triple-height hall opens up to a beamed sitting room with comfy sofas, inglenook fireplace and fluffy throws as well as the large kitchen & dining room.