Step into the 17th century Suffolk ‘long barn’ nestled within the hamlet in the estate’s Arcadian pleasure grounds.
A dreamy thatched former forester’s cottage for two, electricity-free, candlelit and set in woods overlooking its own meadow.
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.
The ultimate superluxe hideaway dubbed ‘Britain’s coolest party pad’ by the Sunday Times.
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.
A beautifully restored four-bedroom Victorian cottage built into the wall surrounding the estate’s original flower and vegetable garden.
Once at the centre of 19th century agricultural life on the estate, the light filled former cart shed offers four en suite bedrooms overlooking private parkland as far as the eye can see.
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 one its own boat house with in-room roll-top bath and hot tub perched over the moat.
Wind up the serpentine drive, over the ornamental bridge and past the lake and the honey coloured stone façade of Sibton Park is revealed. The manor, built in 1827 by Robert Sayer, once Sheriff of Suffolk, to designs by the celebrated architect Decimus Burton, has giant Ionic pillars creating a dramatic portico entrance.