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Do you need a holiday? We have the perfect Suffolk staycation for you!

Enjoy a relaxing weekend break in the beautifully renovated, Victorian farmhouse at Haughley Park.

Escape for a few days and spend quality time with friends and family in the heart of this picturesque country estate.

The charming farmhouse offers a warm and cosy home-from-home in an idyllic, private setting.

The perfect place to unwind or maybe re-kindle those wonderful wedding memories.

Take a break

We offer a haven of calm where you can escape the crowds and holiday safely.

Make yourself at home in this warm, comfortable farmhouse with log fires, large garden and plenty of woodland walks for you, your family and the dog.

Hired on a self-catering basis, the property features a large, well-equipped kitchen and adjacent dining room furnished with a table made from Haughley Park oak – perfect for family feasts.

The accommodation has five large bedrooms and can sleep around 10 people, with plenty of room, outside and in, for guests to unwind and relax.

For the rare opportunity to explore this private country estate, book now!

Ground Floor:
Sitting Room with log fire
Kitchen
Dining Room with log fire
Twin bedroom with wet room

First floor:
2 x double rooms with en-suites
2 x twin rooms (first floor)
Family bathroom

  • 3 nights (Fri, Sat, Sun)
  • All linen included
  • One well-behaved dog welcome
  • Welcome pack
  • Price: £990 for 3 nights
  • Add up to 3 extra nights for £130 per night

Christmas and New Year Short Breaks

For those looking to book a fabulous festive break, we are also offering dates over Christmas and the New Year.

Book some time away and make this December extra special. It’s the most wonderful time of the year…

  • 4 nights (23 – 27 Dec or 29 Dec – 2 Jan)
  • All linen included
  • One well-behaved dog welcome
  • Festive welcome pack
  • Price: £2,400

Through the years

History

Park and gardens

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