The Blue Suite

The Blue suite is situated in the 16th century part of the house, it was beautifully renovated recently and contains a bedroom with kingsize bed and an orthopedic seven-zone mattress, 42″ flat screen TV, a sitting area with two antique armchairs next to an occasional table, carpets, sash windows and stunning views over the parterre and main lawn.  There is a built-in wardrobe on the left hand side of the bed. During the renovation under the floor boards in the wardrobe we discovered a huge empty space (above the kitchen chimney), big enough to hide a priest in olden times. The Blue suite has its own large, luxury en-suite bathroom with victorian style bath & shower (in the 19th century it was a Boudoir/Dressing room 10 ft 7 in x 10 ft 3 in). After the renovation the old hidden enfilade passage between the Blue bedroom and Dressing room was reopened, and the original door was reinstated.
We hope you’ll enjoy our welcome book with detailed information about Swafield Hall location, historical sites nearby, interesting tourist places, maps of walking routes, articles about the history of Swafield Hall and its recent renovation, and many other information useful for your vacation at Swafield Hall.
The Blue suite doesn’t have a kitchen but a kettle, microwave, fridge, toaster, crookery/cutlery are available in the conservatory with a dining area (in summer) or in the Dining room (in winter). For your breakfast you can find there milk, muesli, sliced bread, butter, jam, yogurt, some fruits, orange juice, tea and coffee.
To access the Blue suite you pass through the historical interiors of Swafield Hall. It is situated on the first floor, with easy access via the 18th century main staircase and the first floor hallway. The Blue suite floor covered with high-quality soft carpets. We ask our guests to bring their own sleepers or use the ones which are provided.

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View of the parterre from the Blue Suite.

Decorative bathroom set in the victorian style bathroom.

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