Hales Hall

Hales Hall

Our magnificent Grade 1 listed Tudor Hall has recently been restored to an award-winning standard of luxury and craftsmanship, gaining first prize from the Campaign for the Protection of Royal England. Complete with seven boutique bedrooms, all individually styled with antique furniture and a natural colour palette to complement the historic brickwork and beams.

The rooms have Vispring mattresses, Egyptian-cotton bed linen and bathrooms featuring showers with rainfall heads, marble vanity units and cast iron freestanding baths. Despite its size there is a warm and welcoming atmosphere that makes you feel immediately at home, with intimate spaces to congregate, cosy fireplaces and wood-burners, as well as more formal areas.

There are three reception rooms including a drawing room with a 65” TV, a library and a music room with a baby grand piano. The dining room can seat fourteen or more for dinner, offering wonderful views of the Barn and across the open countryside. The 40-foot country kitchen has an Aga, a separate oven, two dishwashers, two large sinks and is extremely well equipped.


Hire of Hales Hall (sleeping 14 + guests) is from £2,500, including VAT.
For more information please do not hesitate to email hello@haleshall.com or call us on 07710 000 020.

Our Rooms

Sir James Hobart

Named after the man who built Hales Hall in 1478, this stunning master bedroom boasts high ceilings, arched windows, exposed brick walls and expansive countryside and garden views. It’s private bathroom has a 6ft claw-foot roll-top bath, marble washbasin, bidet and wc.

Countess of Suffolk

With its oak floors, king-size bed and feature fireplace, this master bedroom is named after the daughter of Sir Roger de Hales, founder of the dynasty and offers the ultimate in modern luxury. Complete with state of the art walk-in wet room with fixed rainfall shower head, hand-held shower attachment, washbasin and wc.


Named after the daughter of the squire of Hales who helped bring the family to ruin in 1647, this cosy room has a 4’ double bed and private bathroom with large walk-in shower with rainfall head and separate wash stand and wc.


Dionysia – named after a descendant of the de Hales family who acquired the property in 1647 – has a beautiful antique king-size brass bed with awnings, oak floors and countryside and garden views, plus en-suite bathroom with claw-foot roll-top bath, separate shower cubicle , marble washbasin and wc.

The Longe Room

The very spacious Longe Room has a super-king size bed and breath-taking views from the top of the house across the gardens and the countryside. It has a large en-suite bathroom with freestanding roll-top bath, large walk-in shower with rainfall head, marble top washbasin, bidet and wc.

Sir Peter Read

Sir Peter Read – named after a Tudor nobleman related by marriage to the Hobart family who founded Hales Hall – with views across the estate, super-king size bed and en-Suite bathroom with claw-foot roll top bath, separate walk-in shower with rainfall head, marble top washbasin and wc.

Sir Francis Bacon

A light, bright room with king-size bed, walk-in cupboard and coir flooring. Plus large en-suite family bathroom with claw-foot roll-top bath, separate shower cubicle with rainfall shower, marble top washbasin, bidet and wc. Named after the famous Elizabethan nobleman who was related by marriage to the Hobart family.