Experience Bressingham House...
Bressingham House: sleeps 12 tin 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms (of which 5 are en-suite.) Private garden area, parking for 5 cars plus additional parking available, access to 12 acres of world renowned gardens (Please note: the gardens are open from 23 March to 30 October 2016, daily from 10.30am to 5.00pm)
Entrance hall, a spacious Reception area
Grand sweeping staircase to first floor,
Decorative fireplace, sofas, arm chairs to seat 12, double French doors to conservatory
Wicker furniture, overlooks garden and terrace, double doors on to terrace
Formal Dining Room
Decorative fireplace, dining table with seating for up to 12
Step down from dining room, large window seat in bay window, sofas, bean bags, chairs, decorative fireplace, TV Freeview, DVD, radio/CD, table games
Small step down from Snug, 2 electric range style ovens, fridge freezer, 2 dishwashers , microwave, farmhouse kitchen table, stools & chairs seats 12, door to side garden,
Rear entrance to house, access to parking, hooks for coats, boot rack, settle, chest and sink
Washing machine, tumble dryer, ceramic butler style sink, extra fridge
Leading to first floor back landing
Echinacea Room (sleeps 2) king size bed, decorative fireplace, en-suite shower room with hand basin and WC are separate but still en-suite; heated towel rail style radiator
Geranium Room (sleeps 2) king size bed, 2 single beds, decorative fireplace, dressing table and wardrobe cupboard, en-suite with roll top bath and walk in shower, hand basin, WC
Peony Room (sleeps 2) king size bed, decorative fireplace, en-suite double walk-in shower, hand basin, WC
Crocosmia Room (sleeps 2) 2 single beds, wardrobe cupboard
Separate shower room
Separate WC and hand basin
Aster Room (sleeps 2) king size four-poster bed, decorative fireplace, secret hidden doorway through to a dressing room (the Iris Room). Settee at the foot of the bed, dressing table, wardrobe and chairs, en-suite with roll top bath, double walk-in shower, hand basin, heated towel rail style radiator, WC
Iris Room A dressing room with a secret door through to Aster Room and door also to the Lavender Room
Lavender Room (sleeps 2) king size bed, dressing table, settee at foot of bed, decorative fireplace, wardrobe cupboard, en-suite with double walk-in shower, roll top bath, hand basin, heated towel rail style radiator, armchair, WC, recess/shelving unit
Private driveway from main road.
House sits in public gardens 'Bressingham Gardens'. Highly acclaimed and renowned gardens are regularly featured on TV, radio and in magazines. Guests are granted access to these public gardens.
Private, enclosed garden attached to house. Terrace for outside dining, ornamental fish pond, lawn and beds, outside furniture.
Parking is available to the rear of the property for up to 5 vehicles, plus additional parking available.
Guests may unload at the front of the property and move their vehicles after.
There is a converted 18th Century barn and marquee situated to the rear of the property, approximately 50 metres, which can be hired for weddings, celebrations and parties. However, the barn is not hired out when the Hall is independently occupied.
Wi-Fi. Please note that while there is Wi-Fi available the area service is not fibre-optic and can be slow/intermittent at times, as well as mobile reception.
Central heating - Bio-mass boiler. Please note the fireplaces are purely decorative to meet fire regulations and for insurance purposes.
What you need to know...
Bookings more than 6 months in advance are not possible however please re-visit the site no more than 6 months before your required stay and we hope we can accommodate you.
Cot and highchair available, guests to bring their own cot bedlinen.
Ample parking for up to 5 vehicles, plus additional parking available.
Catering can be arranged, from traditional home-style cooking to fine dining, dinner party style. Please ask for the menus and prices on booking.
The property does not have a WC located on the ground floor. There are several steps up and down into various rooms on the ground floor. There is a step up in to all of the showers, of approximately 20-25 centimetres.
The private garden has an ornamental fish pond so please keep children supervised at all times. The public gardens has a free-form natural pond, again unfenced.
There is a narrow-gauge steam railway which winds its way along the edge of the public garden. Care should be taken if crossing the line.
There is a public garden centre, steam museum and Dad's Army (famous BBC 70's TV show) museum next door to the grounds of the house. (Please note: the gardens are open from 23 March to 30 October 2016, daily from 10.30am to 5.00pm)