When you take part in a sika hunt you will the guests of Lord and Lady Brookeborough and stay in the estate’s large handsome, but at the same time cozy, manor house. The house was built during the 18th and 19th centuries, and Lady Brookeborough, who was once a representative of Sotheby’s has furnished the many lovely rooms with beautiful antiques. Amongst the more than 60 rooms in the house it is in the library and the billiards room where you will spend most of your time in the evening after a long day hunting. The exquisitely prepared meals are served in the beautiful finding room.
There are 10 double- and 3 single rooms available for guests, all tastefully furnished.
As an alternative to the main house, Alan has just renovated a number of the houses that form part of the Colebrooke Park estate. These attractive houses have all been tastefully furnished. Accommodation in them is on a self-catering basis.
In connection with the woodcock shoots hunters can also choose to stay in a charming guesthouse situated in beautiful countryside. Accommodation here includes breakfast and dinner, Guest usually stay in a shared twin room, with a private bathroom and toilet.