OF THE ESTATE
OF THE ESTATE
When the only-daughter of the family got married on the estate in the most spectacular way possible, we knew we had to share this. The event was delivered by Louise Perry Weddings with a precision second to none. We long to share the wonderful experience we had and therefore we seek to work with like-minded people. We know that the incredible wild and unaltered beauty of this land will inspire you as it has inspired us.
For generations, the house has been a setting for the most elegant private parties in the heart of the Estate; from 18th birthdays to 70th celebrations; from summer drinks on the terrace to Christmas mayhem by the fire, the house has seen it all.
Now it is your chance to paint the canvas in the colour you long for.
The grand hall is one of the oldest parts of the house and feels graciously welcoming. A perfect setting for that intimate small gatherings, the night before the day. Enjoy your favourite drinks with your favourite people by the resplendent fireplace. It is truly magical.
Almost every single visible tree in the picture as been hand planted by the Boswell family; an ongoing tradition passed through the generations. To create this convivial host that sits delightfully in a secluded surrounding.
Fortunately, past generations had ensured a diverse woodland picture with innumerable mature parkland trees, woods and avenues enduring the tragic loss of Ash and the Common Elm. Woodland regeneration continues on the Estate, with selective thinning and felling balanced by replanting of native varieties.
Many miles of new hedges have been planted on the Estate in the last 40 years, and their elder relatives are rejuvenated by skilled laying and trimming to ensure that the countryside we all love is largely preserved for the conceivable future.
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The Estate has the traditional mix of arable, grass and woodlands. Our arable fields produce fine crops of Wheat, Barley, Oilseed Rape and Beans. We let our grass keep to livestock graziers and horse owners. The area covered by woodlands have doubled.