The Hadingham family were one of a number of farming families that lived in The Old Hall during the 19th & 20th Century. In the 1800’s the railway came to Darsham and the Old Hall Estate was one the first in the UK to use this new form of transport to send milk to London.
The locally hand-made double (4’6″) wrought iron and brass bedstead, “arts and crafts” style wallpaper and antique gold candelabras evoke this Victorian age. The room’s soft and relaxed feel is complimented by the use of natural fabrics such as linen, cotton and the alpaca fleece duvet which helps promote a sound night’s sleep.
The luxurious en-suite, with its extra large bath, is designed for relaxation and “bubbles” – especially the sort that Richard Burton & Elizabeth Taylor would have embraced following the filming of Boom – their adaptation of Tennessee William’s “The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore.”
Total area of bedroom and en-suite approximately 20 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.