The Clockhouse – Suffolk, England
The Clockhouse, formerly The Wilderness estate’s stables, has been elegantly decorated, inside and out. Farmhouse meets townhouse interiors with Georgian influences, all wrapped around its own private courtyard, the perfect sport for alfresco dining. We love the open plan living in this property – everything is on the ground floor, making it the ideal hideaway for all ages.
There are four luxurious en-suite bedrooms each with Hypnos beds, large light-filled kitchen & breakfast room, dining room and sitting room with large open plan fireplace. For a larger party, The Clockhouse can be taken with The Barn, with three en-suite doubles.
At A Glance
Why We Love It:It's perfect for a multi-generational family or friends getaway.
Sleeps:8 guests in 4 en-suite bedrooms.
Service:Self-catered with daily housekeeping.
Location:Just two hours from London, located on The Wilderness Reserve, an 8,000 acre country estate, in between the popular seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold in Suffolk.
Swimming:In the estate lake, or the estate swimming pool.
Children:Perfect for families with children young and older.
Price:£2,586 - £5,196 for a 3 night stay.
Sleeps up to 8 guests in four luxurious en-suite bedrooms. All on the ground floor.
service & extras
There is a daily housekeeping service. Our concierge team will also look after your every request and will organise everything in advance that you might need during your stay. From chefs, activities and experiences.
Wi-fi, Towels, Bathrobes, Toiletries, Grind Coffee, Pashley Bikes, Wellies, Board games, Hairdryer, Sky Smart TV, Fireplace, Firewood, Dishwasher, Washing machine, Microwave, Iron & ironing board, Hypnos beds, BBQ.
Put your wellies on and stomp through the countryside, or take out the Pashley bikes to explore it on two wheels, row or paddle board on the lakes, play tennis, go clay pigeon shooting, try archery, or learn about the natural inhabitants with the ranger. Take a short drive to Suffolk and delight in its heritage coast, enjoy the local fish & chips or make your own gin at Adnams Brewery. The adventurous can take a rib out on the waters or visit Go Ape, Suffolk’s biggest tree top adventure.
With the living spaces all wrapped around a central private gated courtyard it is perfect for families with small children.
The Wilderness Reserve represents a magical 8,000-acre paradise for wildlife restoration with conservation a central focus. Proudly housing a vast array of species, including 125 birds, 33 mammals, 220 plants, almost 600 moths, 23 butterflies, 20 dragonflies, and 4 amphibians, there’s plenty for you to explore too! These populations are keenly supported by 2,000 nest boxes and wildflower seed sown each year on top of the 1 million trees planted.
The Wilderness Reserve
The Clockhouse is situated on 8,000 acres of remarkable parkland where arable pastures have been returned to nature, native woodland has burgeoned with the planting of thousands of trees, and lakes and wetlands have been created across three valleys. This is known as The Wilderness Reserve – an exceptionally diverse natural habitat for countless native species of wildlife and grazing sheep and cattle. Here you can lose yourself for a long weekend, or a week. Kick back, get close to nature and enjoy some of the cleanest air in the country.
The Wilderness Reserve is a place for total relaxation. You can explore this part of Suffolk, or choose to roam the estate on the Pashley bicycles stocked in each property (there are wellies you can borrow too); row or paddle board on the lakes; host a tennis tournament; clay pigeon shoot or learn about the natural inhabitants with the resident ranger. Well-behaved dogs are also welcome to come. Breakfast hampers can be provided, and private chefs can be organised, if you’re not tempted off the estate to one of the many fabulous local pubs and restaurants.
Wilderness Reserve, Suffolk
Just two hours from London, located on The Wilderness Reserve, an 8,000 acre country estate, in between the popular seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold in Suffolk.