Built in 1478, this dramatic medieval estate in Norfolk has been meticulously restored to showcase all of its historic splendor. Set in formal gardens and surrounded by wild meadows, the property is an elegant and unforgettable setting for special events.
Events at Hales Hall Norfolk, England
The stately Hales Hall, just outside of Loddon in Norfolk, is what remains of a Tudor mansion built in 1478 by Sir James Hobart, Attorney General to Henry VII. Unsurprisingly, it’s a lavish affair and makes for a elegant and unique venue for special events.
In addition to the three residences on the estate (the main six-bedroom Hall, as well as the Gatehouse and the Cottage), the nine-acre grounds have sweeping lawns, a mixed orchard, copious topiary, numerous seating areas and barbecues, a small moat, and the Great Barn – which at 184ft is the largest brick-built Tudor barn in England.
The main house is a great space for entertaining. The ground floor has an entrance hall, two drawing rooms and a dining hall. The first floor has a music room with a mini grand piano, card table and TV, as well as a reading landing and four bedrooms. The second floor has three additional bedrooms.
It’s a home meant to be savoured and is easily a destination in itself. We love the faithful restoration, with exposed brick walls, oak floors and claw-foot roll-top baths. But we also love the attention to creature comforts; each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with modern amenities like rainfall showers and walk-in wet rooms.
Fully staffed with customized catering and event services available, the property is equipped to accommodate on site events of up to three hundred guests with seating for two hundred in the Great Barn and up to twenty five overnight.
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Events at Hales Hallfrom /
|$260 x 4||$1,040|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||$500|
|TOTAL (with Deposit)||$1,780|
100% refund for cancellations request by at (property’s local time). No refund if less than 14 days priors to arrival day.