THE EUSTON ESTATE
“Through our family’s endeavour to protect and conserve Euston Hall’s rich heritage, we celebrate the unique legacy of our past whilst nurturing its gentle evolution for future generations.”
The Duke & Duchess of Grafton
Welcome to Euston Hall, home to the Dukes of Grafton for over 350 years. Built by Lord Arlington in 1666, this Palladian historic home is set in 10,500 acres of landscaped gardens, parkland, ancient broadleaf woodland and agricultural farmland.
The Hall is currently home to the 12th Duke of Grafton and his family, who invite the public to visit during open days throughout the summer months. Euston Hall also hosts a number of events in the grounds and parkland, from music festivals to equine endurance challenges.
VISIT EUSTON HALL
STEP INTO HISTORY
With a rich history dating back to the Domesday Book in 1087, the village of Euston holds a special place in English heritage. One of its notable landmarks is the magnificent manor house, which was initially mentioned in the 15th century and later acquired by Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington, in 1666.
Since 2012, the 12th Dukes of Grafton has taken on the significant task of restoring the Hall and its grounds to their former glory, ensuring that the heritage and splendor of Euston Hall continues to shine.
DISCOVER WHAT'S ON
Experience the vibrant atmosphere and unforgettable moments at Euston Hall, where a variety of exciting events are held throughout the year.
One of the highlights is the renowned Red Rooster Festival, an annual celebration of music, culture, and good times. Held within the stunning grounds of Euston Hall, Red Rooster brings together an eclectic lineup of talented musicians from various genres, including blues, soul, Americana, and roots music.
There's more though. From tours of the Hall to our Rural Pastimes weekend, stay up to date, discover the latest events happening at Euston Hall and immerse yourself in the exciting happenings that make this historic venue a vibrant hub of entertainment and community.
ESCAPE TO THE ESTATE
STAY AT THE TEMPLE
Nestled within the serene Suffolk countryside, overlooking the sprawling estate of Euston Hall, stands the magnificent Temple Folly. Originally designed as a banqueting house by the esteemed architect William Kent in 1746, this striking Palladian structure offers a breathtaking vantage point.
Recently restored to an exceptional standard while preserving its original charm, this hidden gem now offers a unique and distinctive alternative to traditional holiday rentals. With its authentic features lovingly maintained, the Temple Folly provides an enchanting and memorable experience for those seeking a special getaway.
MULTI AWARD-WINNING FARMING
Encompassing a vast expanse of 10,500 acres, the Euston Estate is a thriving agricultural haven. Within this vast landscape, 6,260 acres are directly cultivated by our team. We take pride in cultivating a diverse range of crops, including wheat, barley, and sugar beet. Moreover, our land serves as a nurturing environment for free-range pig and poultry farming.
At the Euston Estate, we remain dedicated to sustainable and environmentally conscious farming practices. Our commitment to conservation, coupled with our thriving agricultural ventures, ensures that we contribute positively to the local ecosystem while meeting the demands of modern farming.