The family estate is rich in history and has been owned and cared for by the Rous family since 1544. The ancient oak tree Sir John Rous hid in to escape Oliver Cromwell’s Roundheads still lives and is part of the fabric of the landscape which extends over one of the largest listed parklands in the country.
Nowadays the estate is actively managed by Hektor Rous and his wife Sarah who have made it their home with their two children. The estate supports arable farming, livestock grazing, forestry alongside its carefully protected natural habitat for English flora and fauna and is the famous home of Latitude festival and the Henham Steam Rally.
Whether your wedding is an intimate affair, or a mini festival; Henham Park is a stunning location for your special day.
Henham Park is the perfect space for boutique events and festivals
Experience a moment of tranquility in the purpose built yoga studio at Henham Park.
There are several places to stay on Henham Park in the heart of Latitude Festival
Henham Barns postcode is NR34 8AQ. The entrance is off the A12 between the Southwold and Wangford turn offs
Train: Darsham (from London change at Ipswich. 2hr trip + 10min taxi from Darsham)