What To Do Near Sibton Park in Suffolk – family activities and lots of fun!

One of our most beautiful country house estates is in Suffolk, in East Anglia. We’ve been finding out what kind of things you could do whilst you were staying there…

Walkers On the Estate

The Clockhouse and Barn are part of a 350 acre estate, consisting of private park and woodland. There is a lovely tangle of footpaths from the park through the Yox valley, the Garden of Suffolk, and across into the adjacent Blythe and Alde Valleys.

Really Rather Do Like To Be At the Sea-Side…

Sibton Park is only 7 miles from Suffolk’s Heritage Coast and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The AONB covers 150 square miles and includes wildlife-rich wetlands, ancient heaths and windswept shingle beaches.

Cyclists

The National Route 1 and Regional Route 41 connect Sibton to a series of circular and touring routes to the coast and through the historic market towns and beyond. Maps are available.

Sport on the Estate

A range of country pursuits are available on the estate include fishing, shooting lessons and golf at the nearby Halesworth course. (Press HERE for further details)

Culture in Suffolk

The Aldeburgh International Music Festival and Cut Theatre in Halesworth are both close by and offer a wide range of musical and cultural events through out the year. Other renowned family friendly Festivals nearby include the Latitude Festival at Henham and the Maverick Festival at Easton Farm Park. Children’s events are also staged throughout the year at Easton and English Heritage put on a wide variety of interactive family days at Orford and Framlingham Castle, with a similar range at Sutton Hoo from the National Trust. Nearby Heveningham Hall holds the annual Country Fair in July and a Fireworks spectacular in November. 

 

Sibton Park (Clockhouse and Barns, sleeps 14)

http://www.landedhouses.co.uk/england/south-east-england/clockhouse-barn-sibton-park-estate/

Sibton Park (Manor House, sleeps 24)

http://www.landedhouses.co.uk/england/south-east-england/sibton-park/

 

For any more information, do email grahame.sutherland@heveninghamhall.co.uk

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  1. September 10, 2012

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