Sharon Reid

 

Have you ever fancied living the rustic dream straight from the pages of Country Life? If you lack the hefty funds to invest in your countryside idyll then a stay at Bruisyard Hall makes for a viable alternative. Dating back to 1354, Bruisyard Hall is set within 700 acres of stunning Suffolk countryside, complete with 150 acres of woodland. This property is perfectly secluded so ideal for private use; think private party, corporate event, or wedding – up to 24 guests can be accommodated overnight. Alternatively you may prefer booking a short or long B&B stay from Monday –Thursday.

Bruisyard Hall has recently undergone a £1.5 million refurbishment, the purpose, to restore the building; successfully combining the traditional architecture with luxurious, contemporary elements.  Each room has its own character which reflects the stately nature of the house, amenities include: comfortable Vi –Spring beds, various accoutrements from the White Company, Egyptian cotton linen and the obligatory fluffy bathrobes.

Activities

Bruisyard Hall offers a range of activities: be like Madonna circa 2008 and take part in clay –pigeon shooting, additional country pursuits includes: trout fishing, archery and horse riding. Yoga and spa treatments are also available. Bespoke services from a truly scrumptious Suffolk style afternoon tea in the drawing room to private car hire (with driver) can also be arranged.Bruisyard Hall, Suffolk -Attic Room

Farm Fresh Food

With the growing demand for locally –sourced fresh produce, Bruisyard Hall are key players in the ‘Farm to Table’ movement,  guests are treated to premium gourmet meals courtesy of Executive Chef David Newstead (Dorchester Hotel, Kensington Marriott). Rustic welcome hampers are available for purchase and contain the very best ingredients and seasonal food sourced from Suffolk producers; including many family –owned businesses.

The hampers include:

Munchy Seeds: a healthy snack derived from a family tradition of carefully blending, flavouring and gently roasting seeds to produce a deliciously nutritious nibble.

Yum Yum Tree Fudge: a dedicated family of fudge makers who work from their very own home kitchen in Suffolk, where they create, package and distribute across the UK.

Fairfields Farm Crisps: run by husband and wife team Robert and Laura Strathern, who are both from farming backgrounds. Fairfields Farm grown potatoes in the Colne Valley, on the Essex Suffolk border, and are the third generation to do so on the family farm. In 2006, Robert and Laura launched Fairfields Farm Crisps, which has grown into a brand synonymous with high quality and great tasting crisps.Bruisyard Hall, Suffolk -Maud of Lancaster Room

Make your rustic dream come true and book a stay at Bruisyard Hall, the proud recipient of a 5* Gold Rating from Visit England.

 

Exclusive hire cost from £1,500 per night, bed & breakfast from £150 per night. Prices excluding VAT. Welcome hampers can be purchased via the Bruisyard Hall shop at an additional cost. For booking and further information please visit: bruisyardhall.co.uk or call: 01728 639000.