At Charlton Hall we’ve got your overnight stay covered in the form of six bedrooms on-site, sleeping 14 guests in total.
There are six large bedrooms within Charlton Hall itself and a further two within the period country cottage which stands opposite the Hall.
These are, of course, exclusively reserved for your stay.
Each bedroom suite is named after our nearest and dearest, or should we say… the next generation of stars!
Every inch of Charlton Hall has an abundance of personality, the bedrooms reflecting the cheeky character of their namesake.
Let us introduce you to Charlotte, Alfie, Ella, Lydia, Harry and Eliza
Alfie brings a masculine vibe to the upstairs as we introduce tones of deep blue and bold contrasting orange.
We’ve decided to be very opulent in the bathroom. The en-suite is polished with bright Lomond Mulberry wallpaper to powerfully draw together the vibrancy of these colours throughout.
You know we love to go overboard (in a good way) so we’ve been channeling Timothy Oulton’s eccentric schemes with reflective glass lights, set to add a shimmer to Alfie’s suite.
Along with oversized headboards, lamps and cushions this room succeeds in creating a fun, luxurious and indulgent home away from home experience.
Beautifully bright and sophisticated, the Ella suite showcases Manuel Canovas wallpaper with a Paris cityscape of wonderfully stylish apartments.
To mix things up and add more indulgence, we’ve added rose gold silk curtains and a pop of yellow Jim Thompson Bargello fabric to the double twin beds.
Ella’s suite combines modern pieces with the antique side table dresser and set of wardrobes that have their own history attached to the Hall. Although we try, we can’t always be an angel; just wait till you see the mischeivous en-suite bathroom.
You can’t fail to miss the mischievous wildlife reside in the form of yellow House of Hackney Empire wallpaper. Climbing the walls and having their own party, these characters really do unveil Ella’s cheeky side.
Harry is an eclectic individual; he may have only just made his first appearance in this world, but we can already tell he’s set to travel far and wide.
This one is edgy and daring as Matthew Williamson and Diane Von Fustenberg furnishings grace the room. Kate Spade’s influence is responsible for accessorising this suite in blush pink with hues of copper and contrasting dark grey.
To top it all off, a glimmer of gold bees can be seen sitting pride-of-place courtesy of Gung-Ho in collaboration with Jeffreys Interiors. These sustainably-designed embroidered cushions put Charlton Hall ahead of the times and match the sumptuous tone of this room perfectly.
Meet Lydia, the suite we’ve nicknamed the ‘lustrous live wire’! Bathed in Manuel Canovas Dara wallpaper, we’ve created a statement suite by merging beautiful antique existing furniture seamlessly with enhancing black tones and splashes of colour to boldly set off the suite’s fuchsia silk pink curtains.
Lydia’s super king-size ebony 4 poster bed floats in the middle of the room, where black and white contrast furnishings play host to zebra print weaved chairs, adding even more character to this exceptional suite.
Eliza is a little silver fox and her personality comes out in abundance with this suite, which is made up of a delicately delicious mix of silvers, rich purples and naughty splashes of green. The king-sized bed of burnished silver is dressed with a velvet headboard and complemented by modern side tables playing host to Ted’s (the family parrot) table lamps.
Eliza has exceptional taste and is partial to innovative interior design and so Kate Spade and Emma J. Shipley make guest appearances here, creating a traditional vibe with contemporary touches.
Our Bridal Suite – Charlotte – enjoys the largest en-suite with her super king-sized bed, tucked away in the quiet part of Charlton Hall.
Not for the faint-hearted, we’ve created quite the show-stopping suite, with neon ‘Kiss Me’ signs and tantalising tassel wall lights that accompany angelic blush tones of Pierre Frey and Matthew Williamson wallpaper to really steal the show.
Perfect peacock side tables, soft-pink chairs and a scroll coffee table set off the beautiful antique dresser within this suite, a long-time resident at Charlton Hall.
If you’d like to indulge in a pampering session, we’ve created an idyllic corner for the perfect boudoir where Emma J Shipley cushions in exciting hues of hot pink and orange will give you all the comfort you need to sit back and relax.