From Estate to Plate

Nedging Hall Estate is a family owned country estate in Suffolk. The Estate comprises of restaurants, pubs, country houses and a brewery. The Buckle family who own the Nedging Hall Estate have been in Suffolk since 1988.

Nedging Hall Estate

The first appearance of Nedging Hall in the local records was in 1487 coinciding with the end of the War of the Roses.

Nedging Hall Estate is now a hospitality business which has grown to include Suffolk’s oldest brewery, two pubs and a holiday guest house.

The Estate itself covers 5,000 acres deep in the beautiful Suffolk countryside located between Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich.

Work with us

Our people are the very heart of our businesses and careers at Nedging Hall Estate and we pride ourselves on judging by personality and passion rather than what’s written on a CV.

We offer generous pay with a Real Living Wage and a package of benefits and we want to want to offer you the opportunity to grow your career in a happy and safe environment.

Our Nedging Hall Estate Businesses

All our businesses are inextricably linked, looking after each other and serving each other.


The oldest brewery in Suffolk.

Brewing fine Suffolk Ales since 1795.

The Lindsey Rose

Suffolk’s charming country pub for over 500 years. Established 1478.

The Bildeston Crown

A 15th century, former coaching inn set in the Suffolk village of Bildeston, one of the historic Suffolk ‘wool towns’.

The Brewery Tap

A Real Ale pub and home to Mauldons Brewery beer.

Nedging Hall

The principal house on the Nedging Hall Estate, offered to groups of up to thirty guests for the perfect English getaway.