Luxury UK Holidays Homes to Rent
The 5,000 acre private estate is home to manors, farmhouses & cottages totalling 50 bedrooms, each individual and all heated by sustainable energy.
The 5,000 acre private estate is home to manors, farmhouses & cottages totalling 50 bedrooms, each individual and heated by sustainable energy, all available for rent.
It’s a relaxed environment with well-equipped kitchens, open fireplaces and eclectic furnishings, king-size Hypnos beds and bathrooms with toasty underfloor heating, roll-top baths and luxurious showers. Each holiday home stay is unique, with guests invited to enjoy weeks or weekends in privacy or with staff including chefs, housekeepers and even butlers. Food is hearty and seasonal and wines are from the cellar. Wilderness Reserve offers 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 paddleboard or take a Pashley bicycle for a ride around the estate. There’s a naturally filtered pool, hot tubs and hard tennis court open year-round.
Explore the estate and surrounding Suffolk coastline, play a round of gold at nearby Halesworth Golf, part of the estate, or take to the lakes in boats or paddle boards. Take a dip in the pool or hot tub, take aim at archery or learn more about the nature that calls Wilderness Reserve home with Steve Piotrowski, Wilderness Ranger. Our service is crafted to your needs and all of our bookings can be made truly bespoke. Due to the variety of properties and spaces available across Wilderness Reserve we are flexible in catering for different party sizes and needs, and our reservations team are on hand to ensure your stay is bespoke and runs smoothly.
Book with Wilderness Reserve for your luxury holiday rental in the UK.
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- Nearest station: Darsham
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Glamorous holiday lets on this country estate make for a glorious country break. Just take a long look at yourself before picking the cute cottage with no electricity.The Guardian