An Exquisite Place to Stay
You’ll stay in the Bridal Suite, the quietest, cosiest and biggest room with the best views.
Historically, this was the premier guest room for VIP visitors.
All three rooms in the house have luxury Vispring king size double beds and have many period features. They were furnished by George and Katharine under the watchful eye of Sophia Playne, based at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, London, the ‘interior design world’s Mecca’.
History in The Bridal Suite
There’s a touch of history in the Bridal Suite too.
Four generations ago, Tsar Nicholas I of Russia presented the room’s two chairs to Sir Andrew Buchanan.
Paintings of horses adorn the walls and the Hodsock heron was immortalised on canvas.
It’s said that a sighting of the heron on the pond brings good luck.
The Bridal Bath Suite
Fluffy white bathrobes await your attention along with luxury toiletries including Italian soaps and heavenly smelling French bottles courtesy of Damana, including conditioning shampoo with balancing extracts of juniper and bath salts with relaxing extracts of jasmine.
A long soak in the bath accompanied by the old fashioned, low tech sounds of the Roberts Revival radio is a retro delight.
There are lots of mirrors – it really is the perfect place to get ready. Or if you’re not getting wed at Hodsock, the perfect place to spend your first night of marriage.