3 nights for the price of 2 £225.00 including full English breakfast.
Book for Christmas NOW! Stay 3 nights including dinner, bed and breakfast for £650 per couple.
Please click on the above link to our website for more details or call 0844 556 9265.
The Pheasant Pub Restaurant at Gestingthorpe, winner of the award Best Food Pub in East Anglia 2011, finalist of the Best Rural Business in East Anglia 2011 & 2012 and finalist in the Best Gastro Pub in Essex 2011, is set in the middle of rural countryside, ideal for pub walks, situated between Castle Hedingham and Sudbury.
Owners Diana & James Donoghue have converted this charming country pub, serving locally sourced food in a welcoming setting, with wood burning stoves alight in winter providing a snug and cosy atmosphere and during summer, the view from the garden is breathtaking where you see for miles and enjoy alfresco dining.
We offer a light lunch menu from £5.95 and our set menu which offers fantastic value is available DAILY
2 Courses £12.50 and 3 Courses £15.50 for Lunch and Dinner. For those wishing to have more of a choice the A La Carte menu is also available.
Please telephone The Pheasant in advance to be sure of a table on 0844 556 9265
5 Brand New Luxury Bedrooms were opened in July 2011 at The Pheasant. All large rooms en-suite some with own private patio, seating areas with panoramic views of the Suffolk fields beyond.
Ground Floor Room No 1.
Available as a super king size bed or twin, with en-suite bathroom. French windows with private patio area.
Thomas Gainsborough Room - Named after Sudbury's most famous son. Well known artist who painted many royal portraits. The damask curtains that drape the French windows and the wool tapestry on the wall behind the bed are reflecting the time of Gainsborough. The colours and textiles in this room were chosen from inspiration from Gainsborough Silk Weaving Mills and Gainsborough House, Sudbury, the family home of Gainsborough. This room will also double up as a private dining room to seat up to 25 people. There is a private dressing room with enclosed wardrobe next door to the en-suite facilities.
Ground Floor Room No 2
Available as a super king size bed or twin, with en-suite bathroom with facilities for the disabled. French windows with garden view.
Mark Catesby Room
Named after a botanist who was born at Castle Hedingham and lived in Sudbury. Most famous for his illustrations of animals and plants that inhabited the eastern seaboard of North America. This collection of work was commissioned by King George III and is now on view in The Queens Gallery at Buckingham Palace. The colours and fabrics used in the room is influenced by Catesby for his passion for flora and fauna.
First Floor Room No 3
King Size Double with En-suite Shower Room, with Countryside View.
Samuel Courtauld Room
Named after famous local family who owned Silk Mills in Halstead and Braintree, famous for creating Crepe and Rayon. The fabric above the headboard is of crushed velvet in purple which is a colour that Courtauld introduced. This room reflects the art deco period with silvers and grey influenced by their designs in the 1930’s at Eltham Palace, Greenwich..
First Floor Room No 4
Mahogany Four Poster Superking Size Bed with En-Suite Shower Room, with stunning view of the fields beyond.
Named after well known East Anglian artist, who was born in Dedham, famous for the Haywain painting and Willie Lotts Cottage and Flatford Mill and other landscapes of East Anglia. A romantic room as landscapes is the essence of this room with five windows to view the rolling countryside as John Constable would have seen.
First Floor Room No 5
King Size Double with En-suite Bathroom with Jacuzzi and Shower Room, with Countryside View.
Capt Lawrence Oates
Gestingthorpes’ village famous son. Explorer who joined the famous Polar Expedition 1910-1912 on the Terra Nova Ship, with Captain Scott. The largest of all the rooms with light blues & greys, colour co-ordinated tartan influenced from Capt Oates being a member of the Royal Dragoons.
Ideal for weekend or mid-week break to explore the local countryside for walking. 45 minutes from Cambridge, and 30 minutes from Stansted Airport.
To book online please click on our "Visit Website" link above.
NO VENUE FEE! Just pay for food & drinks! Exclusive use of pub and garden.
Large Garden available for Marquee Receptions. Private Dining Room for up to 25 for small intimate wedding receptions.
For a more informal and relaxed reception, the Pheasant at Gestingthorpe can offer you a stress free wedding. You will be in great hands by Owner Diana Donoghue who has previous experience as Wedding Co-ordinator at Hedingham Castle, and has plenty of experience and advice on offer to all couples wanting a perfect day.
The Pheasant is perfect for a small intimate wedding reception for up to 40 guests seated inside or up to 80 guests using the garden and inside of the Pheasant during the summer.
We can host BBQ style receptions with an addition of a small marquee or for a full sit down meal, a larger marquee for up to 100 people can be accommodated in our garden.
We also have accommodation available offering 5 large bedrooms with En-suite facilities, 2 being family sized rooms on the ground floor
The cost per head works out at £40pp with a minimum spend of £2,000 for the reception, including exclusive use of the premises and our garden, including hire of the staff. Contact us now to discuss your requirements!
Escape to the Country! Stylish, comfortable accommodation Some specially designed rooms for disabled guests Families Welcome Spacious Grounds for Receptions All bedrooms ensuite
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