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Bruisyard Hall – an exclusive use country house and wedding venue in rural Suffolk

Bruisyard Hall is a magnificent stately home that you can call your own for a weekend or mid-week countryside break, wedding, party or intimate event.  

Whatever the reason, Bruisyard Hall is exclusively yours, so relax, celebrate and rejuvenate. Set in 700 acres of quintessential Suffolk countryside including a private fishing lake,  Bruisyard Hall offers twelve luxurious bedrooms, a snooker room and an attic bar with card table.  

There is so much to explore around this wonderful 14th century manor house and our diligent and friendly team will make sure your stay with us is really special.


Country house for hire

Whatever the occasion, enjoy exclusive use of our magnificent 12 bedroom country house in Suffolk. Luxury, comfort and privacy make Bruisyard Hall the perfect country retreat.

Choose self-catering or put your feet up and let our excellent chefs prepare delicious locally-sourced meals for you. 

Available to hire all year around, get in touch with us today about staying at Bruisyard Hall.


From small and intimate weddings, to larger ceremonies and receptions, we have the space at Bruisyard Hall to make your wedding day really special and relaxed.

For weekend weddings, you can stay in the Hall for three nights, so it really is a home from home.

Whether it's a beautiful barn wedding or a small gathering at the hall, we have a beautiful wedding venue for you to enjoy. 

Thoroughly enjoyed our wedding weekend, so much so we hope to come back for an anniversary! As our wedding began with afternoon tea before the ceremony, many venues weren’t interested in helping, Bruisyard were up for helping to create the day we wanted. The food at the wedding was fabulous... 3 weeks on and people are still talking about the scones, the victoria sponge cake, the barbecue, the stunning rooms, amazing venue and how relaxed our day felt. We would come back in a heartbeat and do it all again!
— Leanne Carrington-Payne