The Temple of Diana was built in the 1760's for Sir Henry Bridgeman and is a masterpiece by the 18th century architect James Paine, which has been beautifully restored into luxury holiday accommodation sleeping six. Originally designed as a multi-purpose garden building
The Gardener's Bothy, a delightful, romantic property for two is where the Garden's team would have stored their equipment and stopped for a well-earned cup of tea and a rest. With its exposed brick and old country wooden floor, the Gardener's Bothy has been given a war
Taking inspiration from its former use, the design scheme weaves in gentle nods to its heritage with white washed walls and quirky features, but with all the home comforts you would expect.
Entering the property through large glazed doors, the open plan living space fea
This stunning Victorian Hunting Lodge is a luxury self-catering bolt hole affording privacy for a relaxing break away.
Set over three floors, leading up to the top floor sitting room with panoramic views over historic parkland, the Tower combines all the home comforts t