The Knoll Tower, built circa 1865, is located in the midst of the ancient and historic park of Weston Park, with panoramic views of the Shropshire countryside and Welsh borders.<br><br><br><br>This luxury self-catering bolt hole is available for …see more
The Temple of Diana, built in the 1760's for Sir Henry Bridgeman, is located within 1,000 acres of 'Capability' Brown Parkland on the Weston Park estate. The Temple is a masterpiece of the 18th century architect James Paine whose work can also be seen at …see more
The Coach House was built in 1750 and has recently been sympathetically converted using the finest materials. The Coach house is set in a large private courtyard with parking for several cars. Accommodation includes 3 double bedrooms with ensuite bath / shower rooms, a …see more
This bothy was used, as the name suggests, as a workshop for the team of gardener’s who worked in the glass houses providing pot plants and cut flowers for the House. Benches would have been full of clay pots on work benches, bamboo canes and equipment that the te …see more
This bothy is where the Gardens 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 cottage has been given a warm scheme with unique touches including a table made out of an …see more