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26/03/2019 - Bruisyard hall
Bruisyard Hall is a magnificent country house in Suffolk with a beautifully refurbished Medieval Barn that you can call your own for an exclusive weekend or mid-week wedding ceremony and reception.
Whether you’re planning a small wedding with your nearest and dearest, an intimate vow renewal ceremony or an elegant wedding for all your friends and family, Bruisyard Hall has everything you need for a beautiful countryside wedding.
Engaged couples are invited to come and explore Bruisyard Hall and Barn on Sunday, 14th April from 11am – 3pm and discuss the details of their day with the dedicated Wedding Events team. The Medieval Barn will be set up for a wedding – so couples can get a feel for how they might use it – and have a good look around the fabulous country house.
Set in 700 acres of quintessential Suffolk countryside, Bruisyard Hall offers 12 luxurious bedrooms, a snooker room, fully equipped kitchen and an attic bar with card table, allowing your wedding party to spend special time together before and after the wedding. We even welcome dogs to enjoy your special day with you.
Behind the scenes there is a friendly and dedicated team that works hard to make your stay at Bruisyard Hall and Barn perfect and unforgettable; from preparing and serving locally sourced food, to keeping the Hall spotlessly clean, ensuring guests have everything they need.
As owner, Robert Rous, emphasises: “It’s a home, not a hotel. You can kick your shoes off and relax in the care of our fabulous team. Families and friends love the privacy, comfort and tranquillity of this historic Suffolk estate. We will work our socks off to make every wedding and stay with us as special as possible. It’s what we do and we love it!”
Bruisyard Hall is not far from Framlingham, Suffolk, with easy access from the A12.
The Wedding Open Day at Bruisyard Hall is free to attend, although guests do need to pre-register online. It gives couples the chance to tour the country house that provides luxury accommodation and the lovingly refurbished medieval barn, which can host up to 140 guests for a ceremony and wedding breakfast.
Visit the website for further information.
Photo Credits: Simply C Photography (Food), James Rouse Photography (Barn)
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