Once home to antique collector Horace Walpole Earl of Orford, ‘Heckfield Place has been stunningly re-crafted into a stylish countryside hotel. Spratley & Partners completed the dramatic interior design and architecture transformation into a luxury hotel in 2018. From the clam of the bedrooms to the opulence of the bars at every turn there is something to marvel at.
After years of careful restoration this elegant, Grade II listed Georgian house and estate has been brought back to life and sensitively woven into its secluded landscape surroundings.
A lot of care has been taken; the attention to detail is extraordinary. The historic property and grounds have been lovingly restored and future-proofed for generations to come.

large room with high ceilings with a long timber table and chairs next to a tall plant

rounded doorway into a brick building with table and chairs and hanging lights brick barn style room with timber furniture and couches

neutral bedroom with fireplace and hanging light

living room looking out onto a balcony full of plants warm toned room with beige couch with an orange pillow and art on the wall cool toned room with desk and chairs and a big circular hanging light

big brick mansion on grass with blue skies


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