Monthly Archives: July 2019


A truly dramatic backdrop – weddings, opera & more

By | July 18th, 2019|Wedding Barn History|

Crow's Hall barn, moated manor and gardens make for one amazing backdrop for wedding celebrations. But every year, there are other dramatic goings on at this stunning remote home. Could this smart, classic venue actually be Suffolk's Glyndebourne? Anne Gould from a regional East Anglian magazine talked to Crow's Hall owner, Caroline Spurrier, [...]

An historic Suffolk secret, so lovingly shared

By | July 18th, 2019|Wedding Barn History|

Caroline welcomes weddings, operas and visitors every year to Crow’s Hall – but always only a handful. Even from the earliest days of sharing her home, her philosophy has been to keep things personal and special.  Read more EADT Suffolk Magazine’s Tessa Allingham met Caroline Spurrier around the time or her early adventures [...]

Something old, new, borrowed & blue

By | July 8th, 2019|Wedding Barn History|

Borrow Crow's Hall for your wedding and Caroline Spurrier's will certainly fulfill the rest of the bargain. Both the vaulted barn and moated hall are most definitely old and have been lovingly and carefully restored, given new roofs. And under Suffolk blue skies, the countryside panoramas are simply stunning. Read more Soon after [...]