The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
The Clockhouse & The Barn
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The Clockhouse & The Barn

Set within the beautiful Sibton Park Estate, both the Clockhouse and Barn offer a place of peace and rural tranquility, with no compromise on luxury.

  • Sleeps 14
  • Beds 4
  • Baths 4

If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £31 and £83.

Suffolk

Sibton Park Estate, Sibton, Saxmundham, Suffolk, IP17 2LZ

  • Weekends

    £2,962 - £3,500

  • Full Weeks

    £3,000 - £5,000

The Clockhouse and Barn are part of one of our very favourite estates: the Wilderness Reserve, in Suffolk. The whole estate has just been renovated with guests in mind, and can accommodate up to 50 in various lovely buildings.

The Clockhouse and Barn can both be hired for holidays as one house (sleeping 14), or asseparatehouses (sleeping 8 and 6 respectively).

There is a shared courtyard with parking for up to 7 cars, and each property has its own terrace and gardens.

The Clockhouse

There are 4 en-suite, double bedrooms; three of which are in one wing, and the fourth in a wing beyond the reception rooms. The reception rooms include an elegant sash-windowed drawing room (complete with an open fire), and a dining room with a table to seat 8. The reception rooms are connected to the open-plan kitchen and living space by folding doors,

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House Facts

The Clockhouse was built in 1827, and shares the same elegance of proportion - and quality of architecture and execution - as the main house. The building was originally used as the coach house, and its dominating feature is the bell and clock tower, which faces the heavy wrought iron entrance gates. The Barn is an earlier building, dating from around the late 1700's. It was built as a threshing barn, and retains its original oak timber frame, protected by blackened weather boards.

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Fantastic holiday homes, unsurpassed quality in 5000 acres

Stunning and beautiful place would love to go back

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