Temple of Diana
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 Temple has many intriguing features which can be enjoyed 21st century style. A three-bay glazed Orangery is a wonderful space for relaxing or dining with unbroken views out over the parkland; the circular tea room is now a beautiful sitting room and downstairs the old dairies have been transformed into a modern handmade kitchen with all the mod cons, a large family bathroom with underfloor heating and a rainforest shower plus a comfy snug.
Nestled in Temple Wood, the Temple is an idyllic spot to enjoy long walks around the Capability Brown Parkland, gather friends or family together for a short break tor simply to explore this wonderful part of the world.
Sleeps six guests.
Three bedrooms, two en-suite shower rooms and one family shower room.
Sorry, no pets.
Please note that there are steep stone spiral staircases.
Minimum of a two night stay.
Three of the rooms are circular.
Snug on the lower ground floor.
A beautiful three bay glazed orangery.
Oil-fired central heating, please note that this is not available in the orangery and standalone heaters are provided.
Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge freezer, draw fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer.
Television with freeview, iPod docking stations in various locations.
Please note that, Regular events are held within the grounds throughout the year.