Crow’s Hall barn is quirky, unique, beautiful – and purportedly the longest barn Suffolk. It has been recently re-roofed, but its interior charm is totally authentic – it has not been re-fashioned or re-purposed in any major way, so although it is carpeted, warm and wonderful you will not find permanent additions such as a kitchen, bar or lavatories.
We’ve outlined a few details here, but you really do need to visit us to get a proper feel for the place and get a grasp of its potential for your country home and historic Suffolk barn dream wedding.
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Yes, the Tudor barn has plenty of permanent heaters to warm the great space. The barn is heated by green energy, courtesy of the farm’s magnificent biomass boiler – we call her Boudicca and she is quite something. Read her blog to find out more.
Heating in barn is included in the package price.
Yes. The barn really lends itself to this.
Lighting, furniture and decoration can all be used very easily to create different areas within the barn and this works especially well for evening celebrations – you might want a dance floor and party space, but also a quieter, comfy lounge with sofas perhaps? The great thing is that the barn allows you to keep everyone included and feeling very much a part of what’s going on – even older or younger guests who might prefer a gentler time of things.
Do get in touch to check venue availability and we’ll be delighted to arrange an exclusive visit by arrangement. These take place on most weekends from March to October.
We may occasionally hold open events around local wedding fairs or our own wedding open days, but the majority of our couples visit to explore and experience Crow’s Hall and the Tudor long barn on an exclusive visit made by prior arrangement on specific viewing dates. We’ll look forward to showing you round personally. Do just give us a call.
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To arrange a visit please call Caroline on 07860921031 or email firstname.lastname@example.org