Martin Beard Photography

Haughley Park Barn

Haughley Park Wedding Customer Testimonial

Thursday 11th September 2014

Haughley Park Wedding Customer Testimonial


 ‘Our guests also commented on how you managed to get the best natural shots without them even realising you were there’


The photos are absolutely amazing; you’ve captured our special day beautifully and we have so many lovely memories!  Everyone that has seen the photos has commented on how fantastic they are and that they don’t envy us trying to pick our favourite ones … it’s going to be a tough job!!!   Our guests also commented on how you managed to get the best natural shots without them even realising you were there.  Thank you so much.

Thank you
Tasha & Chris 
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Venue: Haughley Park Barn 

Within six acres of landscaped gardens surround the buildings, including a main
lawn on the north side of the house, Woodland garden (or Dell), Walled
kitchen garden planned along Edwardian lines, and Carriage turn and round
lawn in front of the house. There is a large fish pond equidistant between the
House and Barn, and in recent years a new garden area was created close
to the Barn to be used predominantly as a drinks lawn.

Haughley Park is a Grade 1 Jacobean manor house with 6 acres of landscaped gardens and a woodland walk as well as a selection of sculptures created by a local sculptor and friend of the family. The house is only available to visit by appointment.

The house was built in 1620. For almost two centuries the house remained in the Sulyard family. With the house under threat of demolition in 1956, Alfred Williams MBE bought the property. After a restoration in 1961 a fire gutted more the half of the house, but left the external walls standing. The restoration started again and is still on going.

There are six acres of landscaped garden including a main lawn, a woodland garden, a walled kitchen garden and a large fish pond. In 2006, large glass sculptures were added to the gardens. A short walk from behind the house leads to Woolpit woods, an old woodland, used in the middle ages as a hunting ground.