Inspired by Sir Thomas Bedingfield whose coat of arms still adorns the south wall of the house and whose family lived in the Old Hall during the 1600s. The Jacobean style king-size (5ft) four poster bed has all the majesty and grandeur of the bed that the Lord and Lady of the Manor would have enjoyed within their parlour.
Typical of that era, the room is graced with heavy, carved oak furniture, whilst animal furs add an authentic feel and pay homage to the Old Hall’s hunting heritage.
The room enjoys Southerly views across the grounds and surrounding countryside.
Within the modern en-suite is a spacious shower and, the Old Hall’s Jacobean hunting heritage, is replaced by its current use with animal skins substituted for alpaca fleece in an original triptych of the Melford Green herd.
Total area of bedroom and en-suite approximately 38 square metres.
* July 12th – 15th 2018 Latitude Festival: supplement of £25 per room per night with flexible check-in and check-out, subject to prior arrangement.